Django (1966)

Django (1966)

Not Rated Action, Western 1h 31min

He was pitiless in revenge, quick to decide, and a master of every weapon... a man everybody would liked to have seen dead!

Overview

Squelching across a God-forsaken ghost town near the US/Mexican border, always dragging a heavy coffin, blue-eyed Django, a drifting, mud-spattered, former Union soldier, saves runaway María from certain death. But, the wooden container with the mysterious content has already caught the attention of the racist ex-Confederate officer, Major Jackson, and his gang of white supremacists, and before long, things get nasty. Now, the guns have the final say, and as if that weren't enough, Jackson's sworn enemy, General Hugo Rodríguez, and his feared revolutionaries, enter the picture, wanting to have a piece of the action. Can Django, the taciturn stranger with the lighting-fast right hand, take on two armies of murderous henchmen, and live to tell the tale?

Directors

Sergio Corbucci

Stars

Franco Nero, José Canalejas, José Bódalo, Loredana Nusciak

Writers

Sergio Corbucci, Bruno Corbucci, Franco Rossetti, Piero Vivarelli, Geoffrey Copleston, Fernando Di Leo, José Gutiérrez Maesso, Ryûzô Kikushima

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