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Italy, Spain · 1966
Rated R · 1h 33m
Director Sergio Corbucci
Starring Franco Nero, José Bódalo, Loredana Nusciak, Ángel Álvarez
Genre Action, Western

On the US-Mexico border just after the Civil War, former Union soldier Django becomes embroiled in a battle between both a gang of white supremacists and a band of Mexican revolutionaries. He and runaway María take on the two armies in this spaghetti western often regarded as one of the most violent films ever made.

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TV Guide Magazine by

Violent tale of a man who comes into a town run by rival gangs--this time it's the Ku Klux Klan and Mexican bandits.


The A.V. Club by Keith Phipps

The action that follows doesn't stray too far from formula, nor does it come close to Leone's film, but it's stylishly entertaining enough to serve as a passable time-filler, particularly when its second-rate hero takes to wielding an oversized (and anachronistic) handheld machine gun.


Empire by Kim Newman

The story isn't as strong as either Leone or Corbucci's best work, but the iconic imagery and solid central performance from Nero make it easy to see why this became a worldwide success.

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