Monday, September 15, 2014


Preparati la bara! – Italian title
And Now Prepare Your Grave – Australian title
Nobody Returns... And Now Prepare Your Grave – Australia title
Viva Django! – Brazilian title
Django Sees Red – Canadian title
¡Viva Django! – Chilean title
Django sadler sin hest – Danish title
Viva Django! – Dutch title
Teloittaja – Finnish title
Viva Django – Finnish title
Viva Django – teloittaja – Finnish title
Nimeni on Django – Finnish title
Nimeni on Django – teloittaja – Finnish title
Viva Django – teloittaja – Finnish title
Django, prépare ton cerceuil – French title
Trinita, prépare ton cercueil – French title
Django und die Bande der Gehenkten – German title
Django - Sein Haß ist tödlich – German title
Joe, de Galgenvogel – German title
O kanenas tha ktypisi xana – Greek title
Dango – Greek title
Viva Django – Hungarian title
Viva Django – Portuguese title
El clan de los ahorcados – Spanish title
Mitt namn ar Django – Swedish title
Blodig terror – Swedish title
Cango geliyor – Turkish title
Get a Coffin Ready – English title
Django, Get a Coffin Ready – English title
Viva Django – English title
A 1967 Italian production [B.R.C. Produzioni Film (Rome)]
Producer: Manolo Bolognini
Director: Ferdinando Baldi
Story: Franco Rossetti
Screenplay: Franco Rossetti, Ferdinando Baldi
Cinematography: Enzo Barboni [Eastmancolor, widescreen]
Music: Gianfranco Reverberi
Songs: “Viva Django!”, “You’d Better Smile”, “Cosa va le un uomo” sung by Nicola Di Bari
Running time: 107 minutes
Joe/Django/Trinity/Cassidy – Terence Hill (Mario Girotti)
Martin/David Barry – Horst Frank
Mercedes Ibanez – Barbara Simon (Bruna Simionato)
Lucas – George Eastman (Luigi Montefiori)
Horace/Orazio – Pinuccia Ardia (Rodolfo Ardia)
Jonathan Abbot – Lee Burton (Guido Lollobrigida)
Garcia Ibanez – José Torres
Lucy Cassidy – Angela Minervini
Walcott – Gianni De Benedetto
Peter/Ted/Pat O’Connor – Ivan Scratuglia (Giovanni Scratuglia)
Wallace – Roberto Simmi
Alvarez – Gianni Brezza
Sheriff – Franco Balducci
Deputy Sheriff – Franco Gulà
Yankee Jack – Edward G. Ross (Luciano Rossi)
Yankee Jack’s wife – Adriana Giuffrè
Dean - Paolo Magalotti
Alvarez – Gianni Brezza
Lucas henchmen – Andrea Scotti
Outlaw – Spartaco Conversi
Joe/Django/Trinity/Cassidy henchmen – Lucio De Santis, Omero Capanna, Angelo Boscariol
Barry henchman – Remo de Angelis
Spokesman – Eugene Walter
Paco – Albercio Donadeo
With: Valerio Tordi, Remo Capitani
Stunts: Remo De Angelis
David Berry proposes to Django, who was once his friend, to help him obtain the office of governor. Knowing how David is ambitious and ruthless, Django refuses and goes on the road with a load of gold to be transported to the federal deposit. Some bandits, led by Lucas, attack the convoy, massacre the escort and kill Django’s wife. Determined to get revenge, Django becomes the head of a gang composed of men unjustly condemn to death by Lucas which he saves from hanging by impersonating the executioner. The group is made up of an Indian and a man named Garcia, who convinces the others to join them and attack a convoy laden with gold. The loss of the gold brings down the wrath and the intervention of Berry, who needed the precious booty in order to continue his power. Django falls into the hands of Lucas and Berry, but escapes, killing the first and trapping the second into admitting he was the leader.

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