DJANGO

DJANGO / 1966 / ITALY, SPAIN / 91 min

This Spaghetti Western depicts the hardships of a lonely man with bitter irony and harsh realism. The veteran Django played by Franco Nero tries to run away from his past: he fought in the Union forces in the American Civil War, even though he is from the South. The Sergo Corbucci directed film became an international blockbuster and later a cult picture. The character of Django became so popular that it inspired numerous followups and art films. Today the fi lm is regarded as a classic like Leone’s Westerns.

Director:
Sergio CORBUCCI

Biography:1926–1990 Italy Filmography:

1987 Rimini Rimini
1981 Kincs, ami nincs
1980 Szuperzsaru
1978 És megint dühbe jövünk
1976 Blöff
1966 Django
1963 A monzai barát

Producer:
Manolo BOLOGNINI, Sergio CORBUCCI

Screenwriter:
Bruno CORBUCCI, Sergio CORBUCCI

Cinematographer:
Enzo BARBONI

Film editor:
Nino BARAGLI, Sergio MONTANARI

Cast:
Franco NERO, José CANALEJAS, José BÓDALO