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Django (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Sergio Corbucci). This is a test page, please visit the actual Django page. another test page with locandina format.

Also known as

続・荒野の用心棒 Zoku koya no youjinbo (Japan) | Джанго (Bulgaria) | Django - vestens hævner (Denmark) | Nimeni on Django (Finland, video title) | Django, ο τρομοκράτης του Πάσο Ντόμπλε (Greece) | 荒野大鏢客續集 (Taiwan) | Cango'nun İntikamı (Turkey) | Jango (USA, initial release)
Django movie poster


Django (Franco Nero) rides into a town controlled by two rival factions: a gang of racist KKK types wearing red hoods and a gang of gold hungry Mexicans. In Fistful of Dollars style, Django plays both gangs against each other in an attempt to get money and possibly revenge. Django's motivations for his actions are left vague throughout, although several possibilities are hinted at.


Note: if it is called "cast and crew", songs, companies and other non-people data would be misplaced. maybe we need to reword?

  • Cast: Franco Nero (Django), José Bódalo (General Hugo Rodriguez), Loredana Nusciak (Maria), Ángel Álvarez (Nathaniel), Gino Pernice [as Jimmy Douglas](Brother Jonathan), Simón Arriaga (Miguel), Ivan Scratuglia (Jackson henchman at bridge), Remo De Angelis [as Erik Schippers](Riccardo), Rafael Albaicín (Rodriguez henchman), José Canalejas (Rodriguez henchman), Eduardo Fajardo (Major Jackson)
  • Also with: Silvana Bacci (Mexican saloon girl), Lucio De Santis (whipping bandit), Luciano Rossi (Jackson henchman), José Terrón (Ringo), Guillermo Méndez (Jackson henchman), Attilio Severini (Jackson henchman at bridge), Gilberto Galimberti (Jackson henchman at bridge), Giulio Maculani (Jackson henchman at bridge), Rafael Vaquero
  • Director: Sergio Corbucci
  • Story, Screenplay & Dialogue: Sergio Corbucci, Bruno Corbucci
  • Screenplay Collaborators: Franco Rosetti, Jose G. Maesso, Piero Vivarelli, Fernando Di Leo (uncredited)
  • English Dialogue: Geoffrey Copleston (as G. Copleston)
  • Cinematography: Enzo Barboni [Eastmancolor, Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Luis Bacalov
  • Song: "Django" sung by Rocky Roberts
  • Producer: Manolo Bolognini, Sergio Corbucci



This film was very successful and spawned hundreds of imitators. If you see any movie today that has "Django" in the title (click here to see a list of all Django titles) or Django as the name of a major character, then that's because of this film. The only true sequel is Django 2: il grande ritorno. This film also created the "look" of Django (army coat, hat) and came up with the gatling gun. Mark Damon was Corbucci's original choice for the title character, but Damon ended up not starring, instead, Corbucci cast a handsome, lesser-known supporting player named Franco Nero.

Versions and runtimes

To be added (removed the "Censorship" from the header)

Release Dates and Screenings

Theatrical launches: April 6, 1966 (Italy, Torino)

Note: I wonder if this is the right place for "Screenings"

Filming locations

To be added

  • also: filming dates?
  • alternative: we call it "Filming and production", but that's exactly how the imdb calls it?


Italian voice actors: Michele Gammino (Matt), Luciano De Ambrosis (Connor), Sergio Di Stefano (Gordon), Alessandro Rossi (Aquila Nera)


Recent developments about this movie (screenings, restoration news, major home video releases, obituaries, inductions by the library of congress, etc....

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