History Film / Django

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.]]
18th Nov '15 3:08:04 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* QuicksandSucks: As Django learns, after losing the coffin and almost his life to it.
18th Nov '15 3:06:38 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* {{Gorn}}: When some outlaws cut off a man's ear and make him eat it. That scene got the movie (which is otherwise no more violent than the average SpaghettiWestern) banned in several countries. It's probably the most sadistic scene in the entire Western genre. Several villains in Creator/SergioLeone's films has cruel acts, but this goes too far!

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* {{Gorn}}: When some outlaws cut off a man's ear and make him eat it. That scene got the movie (which is otherwise no more violent than the average SpaghettiWestern) banned in several countries. It's probably the most sadistic scene in the entire Western genre. Several villains It makes the violence in Creator/SergioLeone's films has cruel acts, but this goes too far! movies look tame.
3rd Oct '15 1:49:56 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* BigBad: Major Jackson and General Hugo Rodriguez are the leaders of the gangs at war with each other. [[spoiler:Jackson wins]].
24th Jan '15 6:45:57 PM Tapol
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* DistractedByTheSexy: Django has a prostitute take off her clothes in front of a window. This distracts the bandits guarding the stable where they're keeping the stolen gold and Django sneaks in there with his coffin.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Django has a prostitute take off her clothes in front of a window. This window which distracts the bandits guarding the stable where they're keeping the stolen gold and gold. Django sneaks is then able to sneak in there with taking along his coffin.
24th Jan '15 6:43:10 PM Tapol
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* DistractedByTheSexy: Django has a prostitute take off her clothes in front of a window. This distracts the bandits guarding the stable where they're keeping the stolen gold and Django sneaks in there with his coffin.
19th Sep '14 6:46:43 AM moloch
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A SpaghettiWestern from 1966 directed by Creator/SergioCorbucci 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. Had a reputation at the time for being one of the most violent movies ever, though by modern standards it's nowhere close.

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, inspired ''Film/SukiyakiWesternDjango'' and Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/DjangoUnchained''.


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A SpaghettiWestern from 1966 directed by Creator/SergioCorbucci 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. Had It had a reputation at the time for being one of the most violent movies ever, though by modern standards it's nowhere close.

Inspired 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.

that. And later, it inspired both ''Film/SukiyakiWesternDjango'' and Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/DjangoUnchained''.

''Film/DjangoUnchained'', which featured [[RemakeCameo a Franco Nero cameo.]]

23rd Jun '14 6:24:00 PM Dannykat
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* BloodlessCarnage: Except for a couple of isolated gore shots (including the infamous ear slicing scene), there's almost no blood in the movie. Literally ''dozens'' of people get gunned down.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Except for a couple of isolated gore shots (including the infamous ear slicing scene), there's almost no blood in the movie. Literally ''dozens'' of people get gunned down.down, but there is no blood.
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