History Film / Django

1st Nov '16 12:45:35 PM MasoTey
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* FollowTheLeader: ''Film/AFistfulOfDollars'' was so successful translating ''Film/{{Yojimbo}}'' into a WildWest setting that the makers of ''Film/{{Django}}'' decided to do the same thing. And, sure enough, a bunch of later movies then copied ''Django''.
8th Oct '16 8:31:14 PM DustSnitch
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* BadAss: Django. He's a SpaghettiWestern protagonist, what did you expect?
8th Oct '16 8:30:56 PM DustSnitch
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A SpaghettiWestern from 1966 directed by Sergio Corbucci starring Franco Nero as Django (the D is silent), an [[TheWildWest Old West]] gunfighter who drags a coffin behind him wherever he goes. Pretty standard set-up: mysterious, BadAss stranger comes to town, shoots a lot of bad guys, and plays two groups of outlaws against each other, all in search of revenge and/or money. It had a reputation at the time for being one of the most violent movies ever, though by modern standards it's nowhere close.

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A SpaghettiWestern from 1966 directed by Sergio Corbucci starring Franco Nero as Django (the D is silent), an [[TheWildWest Old West]] gunfighter who drags a coffin behind him wherever he goes. Pretty standard set-up: mysterious, BadAss badass stranger comes to town, shoots a lot of bad guys, and plays two groups of outlaws against each other, all in search of revenge and/or money. It had a reputation at the time for being one of the most violent movies ever, though by modern standards it's nowhere close.
17th Sep '16 3:13:26 PM notShemp
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* AdvertisingByAssociation: Hilariously, the DVD cases of ''Film/{{Django}}'' - the original from [[SpaghettiWestern the 1960s]] - have the director's name in tiny font, but say "The film that inspired Creator/QuentinTarantino" - for unrelated ''Film/DjangoUnchained'' - in massive letters, given how successful he and that film are now.

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* AdvertisingByAssociation: Hilariously, the DVD cases of ''Film/{{Django}}'' - the original from [[SpaghettiWestern the 1960s]] - have the director's name in tiny font, but say "The film that inspired Creator/QuentinTarantino" - for unrelated ''Film/DjangoUnchained'' - in massive letters, given how successful he and that film are now.
17th Sep '16 3:13:08 PM notShemp
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* AdvertisingByAssociation: The film is advertised as "From the makers of the original ''Film/{{Airplane}}''", followed by a footnote stating "(Not the Wright Brothers)".

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* AdvertisingByAssociation: The film is advertised as "From Hilariously, the makers DVD cases of ''Film/{{Django}}'' - the original ''Film/{{Airplane}}''", followed by a footnote stating "(Not from [[SpaghettiWestern the Wright Brothers)".1960s]] - have the director's name in tiny font, but say "The film that inspired Creator/QuentinTarantino" - for unrelated ''Film/DjangoUnchained'' - in massive letters, given how successful he and that film are now.
17th Sep '16 3:12:28 PM notShemp
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* AdvertisingByAssociation: The film is advertised as "From the makers of the original ''Film/{{Airplane}}''", followed by a footnote stating "(Not the Wright Brothers)".
29th May '16 7:40:52 PM benda
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* {{Fanservice}}: Three words: hooker mud wrestling. Also, that one prostitute doing a striptease.

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* {{Fanservice}}: Three words: hooker mud wrestling. Also, that one prostitute [[ItMakesSenseInContext doing a striptease.forced striptease not even knowing she's being watched]].
6th Apr '16 11:18:03 AM mrnickname
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-->"''Django, have you always been alone? Django, have you never loved again? Love will live on, oh-oh, life must go on, oh-oh, for you cannot spend your life regretting. Django, you must face another day. Django, now your love has gone away. Once you loved her, oh-oh, now you've lost her, oh-oh, but you lost her, forever Django. ''"
22nd Dec '15 5:43:44 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* CharacterTitle: Django, the lone gunslinger who drags a coffin around behind him wherever he goes.


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* ProtagonistTitle: Django, the lone gunslinger who drags a coffin around behind him wherever he goes.
18th Nov '15 3:15:45 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Django wins the fight, but most of his allies are dead.]]
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