Arrivano Django e Sartana... è la fine

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Arrivano Django e Sartana... è la fine (Italy 1970 / Director: Demofilo Fidani [as Dick Spitfire])

  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Release Date: 20.11.1970

Also known as

Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End (U.S.A.) | Django and Sartana... Showdown in the West (U.S.A.) | Final Conflict... Django Against Sartana (U.S.A.) | Sartana If Your Left Arm Offends, Cut It Off (U.K) | Django und Sartana kommen (Germany) | Django y Sartana (Spain) | Chegam Django e Sartana… e é o fim! (Portugal) | Sartana, si ton bras gauche te gene, coup-le (France) | Voici Django et Sartana... tout est fini (France) | Sartana le redoutable (France) | Django & Sartana - Showdown im Westen (Germany, DVD) | Django e Sartana - No Dia da Vingança (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Jack Betts [as Hunt Powers] (Django), Franco Borelli [as Chet Davis] (Sartana), Gordon Mitchell (Black "Crazy Burt" Keller/Kelly), Simonetta Vitelli [as Simone Blondell] (Anne/Jessica Cobb/Brewster), Benito Pacifico [as Dennis Colt] (Slinky / Stinky), Celso Faria (Ramirez), Attilio Dottesio [as Dean Reese] (older miner), Paolo Rosani [as Paul Ross] (Silky, Burt Kellers brother), Krista Nell [Doris Kristanel](Cleo), Ettore Manni (Sheriff), Amerigo Castrighella [as Custer Gail] (Deputy sheriff), Mariella Palmich (Lilly), Mario Cappuccio, Giglio Gigli (Randall henchman), Mario Dardanelli (Keller henchman), Roberto Chiappa, Franco Corso, Manlio Salvatori (Mr. Cobb/Brewster), Fulvio Pellegrino (Joe, innkeeper), Isabella Spataro, Raimondo Toscano [also assistant director] (Deputy sheriff)
  • Also with: Marcello Meconizzi (Kelly bandit, assassin), Calogero Caruana (assassin)
  • Story: Demofilo Fidani
  • Screenplay: Demofilo Fidani, Maria Rosa Valenza
  • Cinematographery: Aristide Massaccesi aka Joe D'Amato [Eastmancolor, Panavision 2,35:1]
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Producer: Demofilo Fidani


Maniac outlaw Burt Kelly (Mitchell) decides he needs a hostage to make his escape to Mexico, so he orders the kidnapping of a local rancher's daughter (Blondell). This raises the prices on the gang, drawing the attention of vicious bounty hunter, Django (Powers). Crazy Burt, fearing Sartana (Davis), the local protector of the common people, will be after him decides to elimanate this obstacle, bringing the bounty killer and the people's hero together with a common objective. This Demofilo Fidani directed spaghetti western was photographed by Aristide Massaccesi, later notorious as cult filmmaker, Joe D'Amato.

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