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Figlio di Django, Il

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Il figlio di Django (Italy 1967 / Director: Osvaldo Civirani)

  • Runtime: 91 min
  • Release Date: 26.5.1967

Also known as

Return of Django (U.S.A.) | Son of Django (U.S.A.) | Vengeance Is a Colt 45 (U.K.) | Der Sohn des Django (West Germany) | Fahr zur Hölle Django (Germany) | O gyios tou Django (Greece) | Le retour de Django (France) | Revansch i Topeka City (Sweden) | O filho de Django (Portugal) | Dangov sin (Yugoslavia) | Django, ene mod alle (Denmark)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Guy Madison (Father Fleming), Gabriele Tinti (Jeff Tracy), Ingrid Schoeller (Jane Grayson), Daniele Vargas (Clay Ferguson), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez] (Thompson), Andrea Scotti [as Andrew Scott] (cowardly sheriff), Roberto Messina [as Bob Messenger] (Logan), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan Scratt] (4 Aces), Cristina Penz [as Cristl Penz] (Lucy Thompson), Luigi Ciavarro [as Luis Chavarro] (Joe Grayson), Franco Gulà (hotel clerk), Lucio De Santis [as Bob Johnson] (Ferguson henchman), Luciano Rossi (Mack), Renato Mambor (Clint Donovan), John Bartha (sheriff), Giuseppe Castellano (Bill), Giorgio Dionisio, Piero Morgia (Ferguson henchman), Carol Danell (saloon singer), The Wilder Brothers [John Irezan, Weiman Parham] (saloon musicians)
  • Also with: Sisto Brunetti (Topeka deputy), Luciano Doria (saloon gunman w/eyepatch), Osiride Pevarello (saloon gunman), Franz Colangelo (Jud, 1st bartender), Gregory Wu (Ferguson bartender), Franco Ukmar (Ferguson henchman), Rocco Lerro (Ferguson henchman), Attilio Severini (Ferguson henchman), Remo Capitani (Thompson henchman), Michele Branca (Thompson henchman), Alberigo Donadeo (Topeka townsman)
  • Story: Alessandro Ferraù, Tito Carpi
  • Screenplay: Alessandro Ferraù, Tito Carpi, Osvaldo Civirani
  • Cinematography: Osvaldo Civirani [Technicolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Piero Umiliani
  • Songs: "They Called Him Django" sung by John Balfour, "Hog Tied" sung by Carol Danell and The Wilder Brothers
  • Set Decoration: Demofilo Fidani
  • Producer: Osvaldo Civirani

Synopsis

The son of Django searches for the murderer of his father and is thereby involved in a war between two factions headed by former acquaintances of his famous parent.

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