Viva Django

Preparati La Bara!

 

Django - Terence Hill

 

Garcia - José Torres

 

Directed by - Ferdinando Baldi

 

Kills: 67

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Django gets decieved by his friend who steals a gold shipment Django is transfering. In the process Djangos wife gets killed so it turns out to be a tale of revenge. Django is hiring men to help him by saving them from being hanged. Until the final "Django style" graveyard scene there has been a lot of deceiving, killing and more deceiving.

You can't help it, Terence Hill just looks so cool, like he was made for the Spaghetti Westerns. No comedy from his part in this one and I can't say that I missed it. The rest of the cast didn't do me any special but Hill is enough.

Very good standard Spaghetti Western, no suprises, no disappointments.

 

Some dialogue:

Django: "- I have only one thing left... Hate."