Django! Double Feature: A Man Called Django! / Django and Sartana's Showdown in the West (Spaghetti Westerns)
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Django and Sartana's Showdown in the West,Arrivano Django E Sartana...E La Fine: A vicious gang of outlaws abduct Jessica Colby and flee to Mexico! Django, Franco Borelli,the bounty hunter and Sartana the gunslinger join forces to rescue her from the gang! Enjoy these Spaghetti Westerns in the tradition of Django Unchained!
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If you're into Spaghetti Westerns, this is a classic B Spaghetti with brilliant moments of filmmaking (esp. the end which is brilliant - it's a different twist on the end of Death Rides a Horse) and some really dark encounters.
For the collector, it's a MUST HAVE.
And, yes, the audio is screwy as all Spaghetti Westerns were shot silent and dubbed into multiple languages so you'll just have to get over that to enjoy this collection.
A man called Django
This film was directed in 1971 by Edoardo Mulargia, and originally entitled "W Django!". Here, Django (played descently by ) is on the trail of some renegade outlaws who raped and killed his wife. In his way, he rescues a horse thief from hanging and discovers the man knows who committed the murder. The men team up and head west for revenge, until a final surprise comes near the end. This movie is generally entertaining, with a good dose of shooting and body count. A good technical add to me is the use of the camera during some shots; it remained me the Italian Giallo style. This film runs for 90 minutes. Overall, this one is a medium, but good piece of film, by far, the best of the two.
Django and Sartana's shodown in the west
The film was ran in 1970 by Italian director Demofilo Fidani (as Dick Spitfire) and originally entitled "Arrivano Django e Sartana... è la fine" (about: Django and Sartana arrived, that's the end). The story goes like this: a gang of outlaws lead by the out of his mind Burt Keller kidnap Jessica Colby and decide to flee to Mexico (it is never clear why he needed this woman to cross the border to Mexico). Then, bounty hunters Django and Sartana join forces to rescue the poor girl and get some cash. That's it. To be up front, the story and details of the script look like a kid from prep's essay during a cinema workshop. The dialogs are crude and extremely basic; the acting goes from bad to awful.Read more ›
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Nicely campy. I had it on an old VHS which died (as they do) and was happy to find it on DVD which is so much nicer to deal with.Published on July 2, 2013 by Julie Murphy
could not ask for a better western I liked this movie alot much better then the new django.
I think the new movie is just a rip off dont they have any new ideas,,
The recent Django blockbuster actually had its roots in the "Spaghetti Westerns" of long ago. Buy this highly economical product and watch two for the price of one.Published on April 2, 2013 by Bob Wolter
Doesn't come close to the original Django which certainly doesn't compare to any S. Leone's cinema treasures. Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by Max of Dimitrios