Uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta, L'
From The Spaghetti Western Database
L'uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta (Italy, West Germany 1967 / Director: Luigi Bazzoni)
- Runtime: 100 min
- Release Date: 22.12.1967
Also known as
Man, Pride and Vengeance (U.K.) | Pride and Vengeance (U.S.A.) | Der Mann, Der Stolz, die Rache (Germany) | Mit Django kam der Tod (Germany) | Carmen - mit Django kam der Tod (Germany) | O homem, o orgulho e a vingança (Portugal) | L'homme, l'orgueil et la vengeance (France) | El hombre, el orguillo, y la venganza (Spain) | Django Não Perdoa, Mata (Brazil) | The Love, the Pride and the Vengeance | A Man, His Pride and His Vengeance
Cast and crew
- Cast: Franco Nero (Don Jose / Django), Tina Aumont (Carmen / Conchita),Klaus Kinski (Miguel Garcia), Guido Lollobrigida [as Lee Burton](Tanquiero), Franco Ressel (Lieutenant), Karl Schönböck (rich Englishman), Alberto Dell'Acqua (Remandado 'The Kid'), Marcella Valeri (Dorotea, landlady), Maria Mizar, Mara Carisi (Nina ?), Anna de Padova, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (Seville soldier), Tino Buriani, Aldo Vasco (gold stage driver), Hans Albrecht
- Also with: José Manuel Martín (Juan), Alba Maiolini (woman at gate), Luisa De Padova, Rex Gildo
- Story: "Carmen" Prosper Merimee
- Screenplay: Luigi Bazzone, Suso Cecchi d'Amico
- Cinematography: Camillo Bazzone (Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1)
- Music: Carlo Rustichelli
- Producers: Luigi Rovere, Fernando Ventimiglia
The film tells the story of a Spanish soldier (Nero), who falls in love with a gypsy (Aumont) only to end up deserting the army and being chased into the border lands, where he joins the gypsy smugglers to rob money for a journey to America. But it turns out his love has a husband (Kinski) and is only using him again and again.... The film is being marketed as a Spaghetti Western in Germany, where it is was retitled as a Django movie. The (West) Grman "Django" dub therefore makes the film sound like a typical western, with talk of El Paso and Mexico instead of Spain. The film's typical western elements though, make the scheme work to some extent.