Giù le mani... Carogna

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Giù le mani... Carogna! (Django Story) (Italy 1971 / Director: Demofilo Fidani [as Lucky Dickinson])

  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 21.8.1971

Also known as

Down with Your Hands... You Scum! (U.S.A.) | Reach You Bastard (U.S.A.) | Western Story | The Django Story (U.S.A.) | Halleluja pfeift das Lied vom Sterben (Germany) | Halleluja, der todliche Schatten (Germany) | Kefalia gia poulima (Greece) | Haeveneren Django (Sweden) | La balada de Django (Argentina) | The Ballad of Django (U.S.A.) | Django Story (Italy) | Haut les mains, salaud! (France) | Blutspur des schwarzen rachers (The Netherlands) | La balada de Django (Spain) | Django Pistoleiro Implacável (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Jack Betts [as Hunt Powers] (Django / Halleluia), Gordon Mitchell (Buck/Butch Bradley), Dino Strano [as Dean Stratford] (Dean/Bobby O'Neil / El Zorro), Gerardo Rossi [as Jerry Ross] (Bill Hickock), Benito Pacifico [as Dennis Colt] (Paco & Manuel Sanchez), Enzo Pulcrano [as Paul Crain] (saloon customer), Luciano Conti [as Lucky Mac Murray] (Sanchez henchman, victim)
  • Also with: Celso Faria (Django's brother, Pedro Hernandez), Pietro Torrisi (gambler, fighter), Franco Pasquetto (Murray/Mc Namara), Amerigo Castrighella (saloon customer), Xiro Papas (2nd barman), Marcello Meconizzi (saloon patron), Michele Branca (Paco Sanchez henchman), Mariella Palmich (girl giving Django some information), Paolo Vitelli (Django's other brother), Simonetta Vitelli (slapped dinner guest), Demofilo Fidani (tablemate wearing sunglasses)
  • Story: Demofilo Fidani [as Lucky Dickinson]
  • Screenplay: Demofilo Fidani [as Lucky Dickinson]
  • Cinematography: Franco Villa [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Song: "I Know My Love" sung by Mark Wolf
  • Producer: Demofilo Fidani, Maria Rosa Valenza


This audaciously dishonest spaghetti western from prolific director Demofilo Fidani (using the pseudonym "Lucky Dickerson") was created piecemeal using lengthy sequences from Fidani's previous films. The premise has legendary gunslinger Django (Hunt Powers) recounting some of his greatest adventures to a rapt Wild Bill Hickock (Gerardo Rossi as Jerry Ross) in a saloon. The stories which Django tells are entire scenes from such Fidani films as Arrivano Django e Sartana... E la Fine! (1970), Inginocchiati Straniero... i Cadaveri non Fanno Ombra (1971), and Quel Maledetto Giorno d'Inverno Django e Sartana... all'Ultimo Sangue (1971). Fidani regulars Gordon Mitchell, Dennis Colt and Lucky McMurray also appear.


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