History Film / Django

2nd Sep '17 9:03:52 PM benda
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* EarAche: See {{Gorn}} below.
12th Feb '17 4:09:28 PM benda
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* InHarmsWay: Surprisingly subverted. At first it may seem that Django is a typical TheDrifter who will leave the town once he deals with all the bad guys, but then it becomes clear that his real goal is [[spoiler: to settle down with a beloved woman.]]
22nd Jan '17 9:40:18 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* AFistfulOfRehashes: Loosely follows the basic ''Film/{{Yojimbo}}'' plotline of a lone fighter pitting two warring gangs against each other.
5th Jan '17 3:18:28 AM moloch
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It inspired a number of other {{Spaghetti Western}}s that also used the word "Django" in their titles, Italian copyright law being pretty lax on stuff like that. And later, it inspired both ''Film/SukiyakiWesternDjango'' and Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', which featured [[RemakeCameo a Franco Nero cameo.]]


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It inspired a number of other {{Spaghetti Western}}s that also used the word "Django" in their titles, Italian copyright law being pretty lax on stuff like that. It had one proper sequel, ''Django Strikes Again'', starring Nero and directed by Corbucci. Another, ''Django Lives!'' directed by John Sayles, is rumoured to be in production. And much later, it inspired both ''Film/SukiyakiWesternDjango'' and Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', which featured [[RemakeCameo a Franco Nero cameo.]]

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)".
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