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Halleluja for Django (1967)

La più grande rapina del west (original title)
After robbing $500,000 from a local bank, the Jarret gang, hides in a small isolated western town, where they are waiting for a scout to take them through the desert to Mexico. But the ... See full summary »


Maurizio Lucidi




Cast overview, first billed only:
George Hilton ... Billy 'Rum' Cooney
Jack Betts ... Santo / David Phaylard (as Hunt Powers)
Walter Barnes ... Jarret aka Clay Thomas
Sarah Ross Sarah Ross ... Mara
Erika Blanc ... Jenny
Mario Brega ... Andreas / Yanaro
Jeff Cameron Jeff Cameron ... Mark (as Glen Fortel)
Enzo Fiermonte ... Sheriff Martin Cooney (as Glen Fortel)
Katia Christine ... Katie O'Brien
Marisa Quattrini Marisa Quattrini
Tom Felleghy Tom Felleghy ... Sheriff Ray Norman
Bruno Corazzari
Sal Borgese ... Jarrett Gang (as Salvatore Borgese)
Luigi Casellato Luigi Casellato ... Bartender
Federico Boido ... Jarrett Gang (as Rick Boyd)


After robbing $500,000 from a local bank, the Jarret gang, hides in a small isolated western town, where they are waiting for a scout to take them through the desert to Mexico. But the unresolved conflict between Jarret and El Santo, the brains of the bandits, also has an eye on Jarret's girlfriend, and it soon, becomes a problem amongst the bandits. And there is also an underestimated scalawag..

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When the building containing the stolen treasure gets blown up, small amounts of gold coins are sporadically falling from the sky for the next several minutes. This clearly violates the laws of physics, since a single explosion would cause all the coins to disperse instantly and fall back on the ground a few seconds later. It is impossible for the coins to remain suspended in the air for as long as they do in that scene. See more »

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Do we need a real plot?
7 February 2005 | by cengelmSee all my reviews

A gang under Jarret (Walter Barnes) robs a bank and is helped by Santo, a monk. After the robbery they wait for the native Indio who is supposed to lead them through the desert to Mexico. Santo who has his own plans kills Indio so that the bandits can't leave the town. That's the end of the plot and more or less the start of the film. Now the bad guys mostly kill each other with the exception of those killed by Billy (George Hilton) who is the brother of the killed sheriff and imprisoned for drinking. Hilton and Betts aren't bad but the rest of the cast hardly deserves to be mentioned. The muddle that is going on once on a while shifts into comedic waters which are soon left again.

Score is mediocre, sets are average at best. The really many bonus scenes on the DVD are symptom of heavy editing. It seems that every country got a slightly different version. The German DVD is acceptable for the low price.

4 / 10 (reviewed for the sake to have a review)

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28 October 1967 (Italy) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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