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|“||AK-47, the very best there is. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherf***er in the room, accept no substitutes.||„|
|~ Ordell Robbie advertising his cache of firearms.|
Ordell Robbie is the main antagonist of the 1992 novel Rum Punch and its 1997 film adaptation Jackie Brown. He is a notorious and ruthless black-market runner.
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, 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, Major Marquis Warren in The Hateful Eight, 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.
Ordell Robbie is an Los Angeles black-market gun runner and drug dealer. He is friends with ex-con Louis Gara and has flight attendant Jackie Brown work for him. Jackie has to smuggle money from Mexico to United States for Ordell.
At somepoint, Ordell learns that his fellow employee Beaumont Livingston has been arrested by the police. He fears that Beaumont may become an informant in order to avoid jail time, so Ordell arranges his bail with bondsman Max Cherry. Upon Beaumont's release, Ordell lures him out of hiding and murders him.
Jackie Brown then gets caught so he works up a scheme to smuggle the money pass security but he get scammed by Jackie Brown and Louie turns up with only 1/4 of the money. Louie also killed Ordell's female roommate Melanie because she annoyed him. When Ordell learns about the situation, he gets into an argument with Louis about it and ends up killing him in a fit of rage; Ordell subsequently becomes wanted by the authorities when they learn about the murders of Louis and Melanie respectively. He later meets Robert and tries to murder him since he knows he was involved but the police are ready. Ordell goes over to Robert's place and attempts to murder Jackie Brown, but is shot dead by police detective Ray Nicolette.
Robbie is a very dangerous, ruthless, sometimes psychotic and manipulative person who enjoys being with his girl Melanie (before she died), and to gain his trades.
He also very like to kill those whom he feels betrayed by them. He has sympathy but he is a very powerful individual, which Brown fears of ,because in the film he actually wanted to kill her because she scammed him.
|“||Now that there is the Tec-9, a crappy spray gun from South Miami. This gun is advertised as the most popular gun in the American crime. Do you believe that sh-t? It actually says that in the little book that comes with it: the most popular gun in American crime. Like they're actually proud of that sh-t.||„|
|~ Robbie talking about the Tec-9 gun|
|“||AK-47. The very best there is. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherf-cker in the room, accept no substitutes.||„|
|~ Robbie's most famous line|
|“||You know man, I hate to be the kind of n---a that do a n---a a favor and then bam! hit the n---a up for a favor in return, but I gots to be that kinda n---a.||„|
|~ Robbie to Beamount|
|“||My ass may be dumb, but I ain't no dumbass.||„|