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Mr. Blue is a minor character in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs and played by former criminal turned novelist Eddie Bunker. He later appears in the 2006 video game adaption of the same name, which depicts his escape after the failed heist and death.
Chronologically, Mr. Blue is seen in the warehouse during when Joe Cabot gives the "Dogs" their aliases, naming him Mr. Blue. Mr. Blue says that he was initially a fan of Madonna's music but after she released "Borderline" (released in 1983) and "Poppa Don't Preach" (released in 1986) that he stopped listening to her. Other than Joe Cabot, he is the only one of the robbers who is seen smoking cigars. When Mr. Pink initially disagrees with tipping the waitress, he comments that waitresses get lousy wages and criticizes Mr. Pink for his cheapness.
Later he joins the rest of the gang to have breakfast before the heist at a jewelry store.
When Mr. Pink and Mr. White discuss the failed robbery and he mentions his suspicion that one of the robbers was a snitch he mentions Mr. Blue as a possible candidate for being the snitch. Later in the film, it is mentioned by Mr. Blonde and later confirmed by Joe Cabot that Mr. Blue was killed sometime after the failed heist and that he is "dead as (John) Dillinger."
The 2006 game adaption has Mr. Blue as a playable character in the first and final mission of the game. His two mission appearances show Mr. Blue escaping the bank that the Dogs had robbed and fighting his way through swat teams. When escaping outside Mr. Blue fights through alleyways and diverts through a theater. Surrounded by cops, Mr. Blue lights up a cigar, and is gunned down.
After filling the adrenaline meter Mr. Blue's special move is that he can stub out a hostage's eye with a cigar.
- In the movie, Mr. Blue has the least dialogue or screen time. On some covers for Reservoir Dogs, Mr. Blue is sometimes absent. Even the tagline mentions 5 men, when there is in fact 6.