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Anche per Django le carogne hanno un prezzo

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Anche per Django le carogne hanno un prezzo (Italy 1971 / Director: Luigi Batzella [as Paolo Solvay])

  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Release Date: 3.5.1971

Also known as

Las pistolas de Django (Spain) | A Pistol for Django (U.K.) | Django's Cut Price Corpses (U.S.A.) | Auch Djangos Kopf hat seinen Preis (Germany) | Pour Django les salauds ont un prix (France) | Django - Les salauds ont un prix (France) | Même pour Django... les salauds ont un prix (Canada)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Jeff Cameron (Django), John Desmont (Pickwick), Esmeralda Barros (Pilar), Gengher Gatti (Sheriff Fulton), Edilio Kim (Ramon Cortez), Dominique Badou (Susan Crane), William Mayor (Paco Cortez)(as William Major), Angela Portaluri (Doña Dolores), Mario De Rosa (3rd Cortez brother), Franco Daddi (2nd Cortez brother), Laila Shed (saloon girl), Gianfranco Clerici (as Mark Davis)(Pedro Ramirez), El Meteco, Renato Zamperla, Wladimir Daddi, Franco Marletta (monk), Fabio Garriba (Ramon henchman), Gianclaudio Jabes, Gennaro Masino
  • Story: Luigi Batzella, Mario De Rosa, Gaetano dell'Era
  • Screenplay: Luigi Batzella, Mario De Rosa, Gaetano dell'Era
  • Cinematography: Giorgio Montagnani [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Vasili Kojucharov (full name: Vasco Vassil Kojucharov)
  • Producers: Mario De Roso, Gino Turini

Synopsis

The Cortez brothers rob a bank and flee beyond the Mexican border. On their trail are various people, each for a different reason: Sheriff Fulton is sent by the robbed bank to recuperate the money; Django, a head-hunter, is after them for the reward money; Pickwick is after a saddle stolen from him by the Cortez brothers; Pedro and Dolores, saloon owners, also would like to have the loot.

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