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Don't Wait, Django... Shoot! (1967)

Non aspettare Django, spara (original title)
Django returns home to find out that his father has been killed, by local bandits, in a business deal gone wrong.

Director:

Edoardo Mulargia (as Edward G. Muller)

Writer:

Vincenzo Musolino (story and screenplay) (as Glenn Vincent Davis)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Ivan Rassimov ... Django Foster (as Sean Todd)
Ignazio Spalla ... Barrica (as Pedro Sanchez)
Rada Rassimov ... Mary Foster
Gino Buzzanca Gino Buzzanca ... Don Alvarez (as Bill Jackson)
Franco Pesce Franco Pesce ... Undertaker
Celso Faria Celso Faria ... Gray
Marisa Traversi Marisa Traversi ... Judy
Alfredo Rizzo Alfredo Rizzo ... Nico
Giovanni Sabbatini Giovanni Sabbatini
Armando Guarnieri Armando Guarnieri ... Dan (as Armando Guarneri)
Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia ... Alvarez henchman (as Ivan Scratuglia)
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Django returns home to find out that his father has been killed, by local bandits, in a business deal gone wrong.

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

2 December 1967 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Don't Wait, Django... Shoot! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Django's just waiting
22 February 2017 | by BezenbySee all my reviews

This film should really be called Wait Django…just wait because that's what he does for most of the film! Periodically some guys turn up to be shot but it's all about the waiting.

Y'see, Django (this time played by Ivan "I'm a man, not a fish" Rassimov) is out for revenge after some bandits double cross his dad, steal his dad's money, then steal the money from themselves, then get themselves killed by another guy who steals his dad's money, then hides in a hotel with Django outside while some other guys come to Django's house and are all like 'where's Django at?', who then get themselves killed so some other guys turn up asking "Where's those guys at who were asking where Django's at?" and so on and so forth until just about everyone ends up dead.

Ivan and Rada Rassimov really look alike, eh? Never noticed that before. This one at least tries to be different, but in a rather uneventful way that must have saved a fortune on locations –Seriously, there's like four different locations here – Django's house, Bad guy number one's house, the village where the guy hides out, and bad guy number two's ranch. That's it! Thrown in a comic drunk guy, a fat sidekick and a whole lot of doing nothing and there's your film.

Good 'nervously tapping a silver dollar on a table' action though


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