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  • Sep 24, 2010
This movie is worthwhile if just for the opening 20 minutes and the final battle scene...
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review by . May 20, 2009
Excuse me Sir but why do you carry a coffin around?
Django is one of my top 5 western favorites. A dreary tale about a dark figure who walks through the western desert dragging a coffin. Wherever he goes, trouble seems to follow him.  One day he walks into a desolate village that is ruled with an iron fist by a local baron who doesn't care for Indians, Mexicans and outsiders like Django.  It doesn't take long for Django to show him why he lugs a heavy wooden coffin around.      Everything about this movie is …
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Django is a 1966 Italian spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero in the title role. Nero went on to play a similar antihero in many subsequent Westerns.

The film's look was the work of production designer Carlo Simi, who had created costumes and sets for Corbucci's earlier film Minnesota Clay, and who worked frequently with the signature spaghetti-Western director, Sergio Leone.

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Genre: Western, Action, Adventure
Release Date: April6, 1966
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Runtime: 93 minutes
Studio: BRC
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