Sunday, October 3, 2010


Non aspettare Django, spara – Italian title
Djangon paluu – Finnish title
Django le justicier – French title
Django dein Henker wartet – German title
Wacht niet Django Schiet – Dutch title
Django, vent ikke, skyd – Norwegian title
Don’t Wait, Django… Shoot! – English title

A 1967 Italian production [Intercontinental Pictures (Rome)]
Producer: Vincenzo Musolino
Director: Edward G. Muller (Edoardo Mulargia)
Story: Glenn Vincent Davis (Vincenzo Musolino)
Screenplay: Glenn Vincent Davis (Vincenzo Musolino)
Dialogue: Ted Rusoff
Cinematography: Vitaliano Natalucci [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Felice Di Stefano
Running time: 88 minutes

Django Foster - Sean Todd (Ivan Djrassimovic)
Diego Navarro/Barrica - Pedro Sanchez (Ignazio Spalla)
Mary Foster - Rada Rassimov (Rada Djrassimovic)
Don Alvarez/Alfredo - Bill Jackson (Gerolamo Buzzanca)
Nico - Alfredo Rizzo
Fred Grey - Celso Faria
Judy/Julie - Marisa Traversi
undertaker - Franco Pesce (Francesco Pesce)
Johnny - Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia
Hondo Barrett - Vincenzo Musolino
Alvaro henchman - Dino Strano
with; Cellino Farnese, Giovanni Sabbatini, Armando Guarnieri, Asaynoa Runachagua

Mary and Django Foster's father is robbed and killed by Navarro. Navarro in turn is tricked by his son, who rides to a border town with the money. When Navarro arrives, he finds his son is dead and the money missing. Roaming the town in anger and rage, he wants to kill everyone in town, but instead he’s killed by Django. A man named Gray, whose the one who killed Navarro's son and stolen the money, tries to smuggle it out of town with the help of his girlfriend Judy, but Barrica, a Mexican siding with Django, learns of his plans. Gray is killed in a duel by Navarro, who worked for Don Alvarez, an old enemy of the Fosters, who has called for a notorious gunslinger called Hondo Barrett to get his money back. Hondo kipnaps Django's sister and sets a trap for him to settle all scores once and for all.

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