Saturday, July 31, 2010


Sentenza di morte – Italian title
Sentencia de muerte – Spanish title
Sentence de mort – French title
Django – unbarmherzig wie die Sonne – German title
Death Sentence – English title

A 1967 Italian production [B.L. Vision (Rome)]
Producer: Sandro Bolchi, Mario Lanfranchi
Director: Mario Lanfranchi
Story: Mario Lanfranchi
Screenplay: Mario Lanfranchi
Cinematography: Toni Secchi (Antonio Secchi) [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Gianni Ferrio
Song: “The Last Game” sung by Nevil Cameron
Song: “Yes, Sir” sung by Lilian Terry, I Cantori Moderni
Running time: 95 minutes

O’Hara - Tomas Milian (Tomás Rodriguez)
Friar Baldwin - Adolfo Celi
Diaz - Richard Conte
Cash/Django - Robin Clarke
Montero - Enrico Maria Salerno
Paco - Luciano Rossi
Sally - Eleonor Brown (Eleonora Brown)
blonde girl - Lilli Lembo
gunman - Gilberto Galimberti
with; Monica Pardo, Glauco Scarlini, George Gruden (Giorgio Gruden), Dony Baster (Donato Baster), Raffaele DiMario, Silvana Bacci, Umberto DiGrazia, Claudio Trionfi, Fortunato Arena, Elio Angelucci

Cash/Django seeks vengeance on four outlaws. The four killed his brother who was a former gang-member like him, because he allegedly wanted to betray them and Cash survived but was badly wounded. Five years later he visits the murderers one after another to execute his revenge: Diaz, now a wealthy and honorable farmer, Montero a professional gambler, Baldwin, a friar, who terrorizes the region with his men in black, and finally the insane O’Hara, an albino, who prefers cuddling with gold and blondes. Cash /Django doesn’t just shoot the delinquents easily, but puts them trough a gauntlet of torture because he savors his reckoning to the last drop of blood.

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1 comment:

  1. I can't seem to find an English language version of this film anywhere. I wish somebody could upload one on YouTube. That would be helpful thank you very much.