Pochi dollari per Django
From The Spaghetti Western Database
Pochi dollari per Django (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Enzo G. Castellari [credited as assistant director] / Credited to Léon Klimovsky)
- Runtime: 87 min
- Release Date: 9.9.1966
Also known as
Some Dollars for Django | Django kennt kein Erbarmen (Germany) | Alambradas de violencia (Spain) | Sankari Montanasta (Finland) | Quelques dollars pour Django (France) | Bravo Django (France) | Några få dollar för Django (Sweden) | Django no perdona (Argentina | Django: A Bullet for You | A Few Dollars for Gypsy (USA TV title) | A Few Dollars for Django (U.S.A.) | Django vestens skrappeste mand (Danish) | E venne un gringo (Italy)
Cast and crew
- Cast: Antonio De Teffè (as Anthony Steffen)(Regan / Django), Gloria Osuna (Sally Norton), Frank Wolff (Jim/Trevor Norton), Giuseppe Frisaldi [as Joe Kamel](Graham), José Luis Lluch (Buck Dago), José Luis Zalde [as Tomás Zalde](Mayor Fisher), Alfonso Rojas (Amos Bransbury/Brownsberg), Angel Ter (Smitty), Sandalio Hernández (Judge Horace Holden), Enio Girolami (as Thomas Moore)(Sam Lister), Enzo Castellari (gunman), Alfonso de la Vega (Barkley), Joaquin Parra (Freeman), Ángel Menéndez (Carson), Félix Fernández
- Screenplay: Manuel Sebares, Tito Carpi
- Cinematography: Aldo Pinelli [Eastmancolor - Cinemascope 2,35:1]
- Music: Carlo Savina
- Song: "A Deadly Morning" sung by Don Powell
- Producer: Marino Girolami
A bounty killer (Anthony Steffen aka Antonio De Teffè) gets caught in a cattle war, when he is searching for the last member of a gang of robbers in a small Montana town, where the twin brother (Frank Wolff) of the bandit lives.
Credited to Leon Klimovsky this routine western was in fact directed by Enzo G. Castellari, whose film debut it was. Only the first scene is convincing in this SW about a cattle war without any cattle.