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Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End (1970)

Arrivano Django e Sartana... è la fine (original title)
A gang of vicious outlaws lead by the crazed Black Burt Keller abduct Jessica Colby and decide to flee to Mexico. Shrewd bounty hunter Django and saintly roving gunslinger Sartana join ... See full summary »

Directors:

Demofilo Fidani (as Dick Spitfire), Diego Spataro (as Dick Spitfire)

Writers:

Demofilo Fidani (original story & screenplay), Mila Vitelli Valenza (screenplay) (as M.R. Valenza)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Betts ... Sartana (as Hunt Powers)
Franco Borelli Franco Borelli ... Django (as Chet Davis)
Gordon Mitchell ... Black Burt Keller / Burt Kelly
Simonetta Vitelli ... Jessica Brewster / Anne (as Simone Blondell)
Celso Faria Celso Faria ... Ramirez
Attilio Dottesio ... Old Miner (as Dean Reese)
Benito Pacifico Benito Pacifico ... Stinky (as Dennis Colt)
Krista Nell Krista Nell ... Cleo
Paolo Rosani Paolo Rosani ... Silky - Burt Keller's Brother
Amerigo Castrighella Amerigo Castrighella ... Deputy Sheriff (as Custer Gail)
Ettore Manni ... Sheriff
Mariella Palmich Mariella Palmich ... Lilly
Mario Capuccio Mario Capuccio ... (as Mario Cappuccio)
Mario Dardanelli Mario Dardanelli ... Keller Henchman
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Storyline

A gang of vicious outlaws lead by the crazed Black Burt Keller abduct Jessica Colby and decide to flee to Mexico. Shrewd bounty hunter Django and saintly roving gunslinger Sartana join forces to rescue the poor lass from the gang's vile clutches. Written by Woodyanders

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Action | Drama | Western

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The character Black Burt Keller can be seen wearing Levi (white tab) corduroy pants during the film. These pants were released during 1969-1970 and not 1865 - 1895's cowboy era. See more »

Connections

Followed by Down with Your Hands... You Scum! (1971) See more »

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Nicely Staged, But Empty
4 June 2014 | by FightingWesternerSee all my reviews

Psychotic bandit Gordon Mitchell and his gang kidnaps a girl and head for Mexico. Django and Sartana take their time, eventually getting around to confronting the kidnappers and attempting to rescue girl.

Directed by Dick Spitfire (AKA Miles Deem AKA Demofilo Fidani), this is marginally better than his subsequent Django/Sartana match-up, One Damned Day At Dawn..., though that's not really saying much. The story is paper-thin, with lots of pointless scenes and elongated shots meant to bring the film to an acceptable length.

However, it's visually pleasing, with decent production values and good photography by Aristide Massachessi (AKA Joe D'Amato). There is one goof though, about seventeen minutes into the movie, when Django walks up to a moist dirt patch covered in automobile tracks! Look fast for a couple of plastic cacti as well.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

14 November 1970 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End See more »

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Production Co:

Tarquinia Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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