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Beggin' for his life, your boy told me his whole Life Story. And YOU, was in that story General. And when I knew me I had the son, of the Bloody N***** Killer of Baton Rouge, I knew me I was gonna have some fun! It was COLD the day I killed your boy. And I don't mean snowy mountain in Wyoming cold... Colder than that. And on that cold day, with your boy at the business end of my gun barrel... I made him STRIP. Right down to his bare ass. Then I told him to start walkin'. I walked his naked ass for two hours... 'fore the cold collapsed him. Then he commits to beggin' again. But this time, he wasn't beggin' to go home. He knew he'd never see his home again. And he wasn't beggin' for his life neither, 'cause he knew that was long gone. All he wanted, was a BLANKET. Now don't judge your boy too harshly, General. You ain't never been cold as your boy was that day. You'd be surprised; what a man that cold, would-do-for-a-blanket. You wanna know what your boy did? I pulled my BIG, BLACK, PECKER outta my pants. And I made him crawl through the snow on all fours over to it. Then I grabbed me a handful of that black hair at the back of his head... And I stuck my Big Black Johnson right down his goddamn throat! And it was fulla' blood... so it was warm. Oh, you bet your sweet ass it was warm. And Chester Charles Smithers SUCKED on that warm black dingus for loong as he could. Hahahaahaha! Hohohahahaha! Wooo! Startin' to see pictures, ain't ya? Your boy, black dude's dingus in his mouth, him shaking, him crying. Me laughing! Hahahaha!
~ Marquis telling General Sandy Smithers that he had tortured, humiliated and killed his son.

Major Marquis Warren is one of the main protagonists of the 2015 thriller film The Hateful Eight. He is a ruthless bounty hunter who gets involved in a complicated conspiracy.

He was portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, who also played Gator Purify in Jungle Fever, Greg Meeker in White Sands, Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction, Ordell Robbie in Jackie Brown, Elijah Price in Unbreakable and Glass, Frank Tenpenny in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Roland Cox in Jumper, Officer Abel Turner in Lakeview Terrace, Octopus in The Spirit, Stephen in Django Unchained, Chaney in Oldboy, Richmond Valentine in Kingsman: The Secret Service, Mr. Barron in Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Preston Packard in Kong: Skull Island and Marcus Banks in Spiral: From the Book of Saw.

Biography

Past

Warren was likely a slave before the American Civil War, as he mentions growing up on a plantation and fleeing to the North. During the Civil War, he allied with the Union forces to fight the Confederacy. Though he was finally able to take revenge on the group that had enslaved his people, he still resented his Union allies for the color of their skin, growing an incurable xenophobia towards white people.

Warren made his way up to major and grew a reputation for his high body count of Confederate soldiers, as well as Native Americans. He participated in the Battle of Baton Rouge, where he held off an attack by Confederate General Sanford Smithers. His reputation grew so large that the Confederate States put a bounty on him. He was captured by the Confederacy and imprisoned in Wellenbeck Prison Camp, but he managed to escape by burning the prison camp down. However, during his violent escape, he killed thirty-seven Union prisoners of war, letting them burn because they were white. Warren escaped back to the North but was investigated for the deaths of his Union allies. Though he wasn't criminally convicted, he was dishonorably discharged from the Army and drummed out with a yellow stripe painted down his back. This was likely because they couldn't prove that he intentionally killed his fellow Union soldiers, but the fact remained that he was still responsible for their deaths. Afterwards, Warren began his life as a bounty hunter. During this time, he forged a letter from President Abraham Lincoln so that he could claim that he was friends with the president; this earned him respect among the Union and allowed him social status.

Even years after the Civil War ended, Warren was still hunted by other bounty hunters, albeit for a decreased price. Each one that came after him, Warren would kill. One cold day in Wyoming, he was approached by another bounty hunter. After Warren bested him, the bounty hunter pleaded to be let go, and revealed himself to be Chester Smithers, son of General Sanford Smithers. Upon learning this, Warren forced Smithers to strip naked and walk for two hours in the bitter cold until he collapsed. Warren then forced Smithers to perform fellatio on him and presumably raped him, offering a blanket in exchange, but instead killed Smithers after the deed was done.

Chapter One

While traveling through Wyoming, Warren's horse fell ill and died. The Major was stranded out in the snow until he saw a carriage and waved it down. The carriage was pulling fellow bounty hunter John Ruth, who was transporting the dead bodies of three criminals, as well as the still-alive Daisy Domergue to Red Rock. Warren was able to bargain with Ruth for transportation, and he reluctantly agreed.

Chapter Two

On the way to Red Rock, Ruth asked to see Warren's letter, and was warmed at the writing. When Domergue spat on the letter, Warren punched her so hard that she (still handcuffed to Ruth), fell out of the carriage. As the group get their affairs in order, they are flagged down by Chris Mannix. Suspicious of there being two people flagging down his carriage, Ruth requests that Warren put on handcuffs until he can sort things out, to which Warren reluctantly agrees.

After learning of who Mannix is and that he is on his way to be promoted to the sheriff of Red Rock, Ruth lets Warren take off his handcuffs. He lets Mannix join them, but only if he wears the cuffs, to which Mannix agrees.

During the trip, Mannix brings up Warren's history, informing Ruth of Warren's escape from Wellenbeck and how he murdered his allies because they were white. Still suspicious of Mannix, Ruth makes a deal with Warren to form an alliance and keep their bounties safe.

Chapter Three

The group seeks refuge from a blizzard at Minnie's Haberdashery, a stagecoach lodge. However, upon hearing that the owners, Minnie and Sweet Dave, are not there, Warren grows suspicious. He volunteers to help the alleged keeper of the place, Bob, put away the horses, but interrogates him the whole time trying to find out if what he says is true.

Warren and Bob enter the lodge to meet Oswaldo Mobray, Joe Gage, and Sanford Smithers all resting there. Upon entering, Warren notices that one of Minnie's jelly bean jars is missing from the shelf. He then finds out Smithers' identity, and decides to keeptheir relation secret for the time being.

Later, as the group eats dinner, Mannix deduces that Warren's letter is a forgery to earn him leeway with white people, and Warren admits it, making Ruth angry at him. Warren then confronts Smithers about how he killed black people during the war, and mocks him. He then presents Smithers with a gun, and provokes him by graphically detailing how he tortured, raped, and murdered his son. Enraged, Smithers goes for the gun, and Warren shoots him dead, using the fact that he went for the gun as an excuse for self-defense and to ensure the legality of his murder.

However, when everyone's attention was on Warren's wicked story, someone poisoned the coffee, with only Domergue seeing who did it.

Chapter Four

Ruth and the carriage driver, O.B., drink the coffee, and begin to vomit blood. Domergue takes advantage of the situation to steal one of Ruth's guns and shoot him dead. Warren disarms her and holds everyone except Mannix (who he knows to be innocent because he almost drank the coffee) at gunpoint attempting to figure out who is working to free Domergue.

Warren confronts Bob, explaining how Minnie hates Mexicans and would never leave her lodge in the care of one. Upon seeing a bloodstain on Sweet Dave's chair, Warren concludes that Bob is not who he says he is and shoots him dead.

Gage admits that he poisoned the coffee, but suddenly Jody Domergue, Daisy's brother, attacks from the basement and shoots Warren in the testicles. Mobray pulls a gun and shoots Mannix in the leg, but he returns fire and fatally shoots Mobray.

It turned out that Mobray (real name Pete Micox), Gage (real name Grouch Douglas), Bob (real name Marco the Mexican), Daisy, and Jody were all members of the infamous crime group called the Domergue Gang, led by Jody. The entire series of events was a conspiracy to free Daisy and kill Ruth, which they did by killing Minnie Sweet Dave, their servants, and their carriage drivers and hiding the bodies, and forging a story that they had left it in Bob's care. However, matters were complicated by Warren and Mannix's arrival.

Final Chapter

Warren and Mannix, both fatally wounded, hold the gang members at gunpoint and threaten to kill Daisy if Jody does not come out of the basement. Jody agrees, and Warren shoots him in the head as soon as he climbs up. Daisy then tells Mannix that there are fifteen other gang members coming to them from Red Rock, and that if he kills Warren, she will let him live and claim all of the deceased members' bounties. Warren shoots Hicox dead, then Douglas pulls a hidden revolver and tries to kill them, but both Warren and Mannix shoot him dead. Warren tries to shoot Domergue, but is out of bullets. As Mannix faints from blood loss, Domergue goes for Douglas' gun, but Mannix revives and stops her. Warren convinces Mannix to hang Daisy from the rafters in honor of Ruth's wishes, and together they tie a noose and hang her.

As Warren and Mannix lie dying, Mannix reads the forged Lincoln letter, complimenting it. Warren thanks him. It is most likely that both of them died of their wounds.

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Trivia

  • Warren has the highest body count in the film, totaling 91 known victims.
  • Some fans have debated whether or not Warren truly did rape or even kill Smither's son.
    • This comes from the fact that Chris claims he never met the man's son, and he can generally tell when others are lying. Though then again, he could just be telling Smithers that so he doesn't try to shoot Warren and get himself killed.
      • However, it's likely that Warren may have killed the boy seeing as to how he knew his full name as well as the fact that he had black hair, so it's likely he killed him but whether or not he raped is still up to speculation.
      • Chris' supposed ability to tell when others are lying could very well be him overestimating his abilities too, since everyone else at Minnie's Haberdashery turned out to be lying about who they really are. Meaning Chris' hunch might not be as reliable as he thinks. Furthermore, he only deduced the Lincoln letter was fake after thinking it through for several hours.
    • This theory also stems from the fact that Warren saw OB frantically grab a blanket to warm himself after walking a little ways in a blizzard, which may have given Warren the idea of coming up with the story of him forcing Smithers' son to walk in the cold naked, and only giving him a blanket if he gave him a fellatio-thus provoking Smithers into trying to shoot him which would prompt Warren to kill him in self-defense, therefore making his killing of the man legal.

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