Synopsis: In the opening scene a lone man walks, behind him he drags a coffin. That man is Django. He rescues a woman from bandits and, later, arrives in a town ravaged by the same bandits. The scene for confrontation is set. But why does he drag that coffin everywhere and who, or what, is in it?
Genre: Action, Western
Director(s): Sergio Corbucci
Production: Rialto Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

We whip wild animals

when they try to rebel.

That way you'll learn

not to escape again.

Hold this.

You know what this cross means,

don't you? Huh? You Mexican bitch!

The fire will clean away your sins!

Hey, you!

What cemetery do you come from?

lf you came here to bury

these scoundrels...

...hurry up, and get it done quietly.

l'd rather talk.

From the way you're talking,

it looks like you're in a damn hurry... end up in the casket

you're dragging behind you.


Are you from the North?

l fought for the North.

We don't like those who fought

for the North. This is the South.

l can see that, my brother. l know.

Enough! Forget about this gravedigger.

Let's take care of the woman now.

Taking it out on women

doesn't look good.

What did you say?

lt doesn't matter.

What matters is that

you're about to die.

My name is Django.

As long as you stay with me,

nobody will harm you.

You wouldn't make it very far.

Besides, it's not yet time

to cross that bridge.

For now, my path goes in

the opposite direction.

What's your name?


Let's go to the town.

Get me a bed for the girl.

Anything for you, stranger.

But the girl...

No, she can't stay here.

And there are no more rooms,

they are all taken.

Go and see for yourself.

The key to your room.

Give it to me, come on.

Don't worry.

l'll pay for the inconvenience.

l hope that's enough.

Oh, well, thank you!

Look at this!

Go to sleep. You've had

quite an eventful day.

The room is upstairs,

at the end of the hall.

Tomorrow morning

the girl has to leave.

No later than tomorrow morning,

l'm sorry. Understood?

There's no need to hurry my friend.

Bring me something to eat.


lf you work in the casket business,

you chose well.

There is a lot of work around here.

So far, l've met only a few customers.

The damn war between the Mexicans

and Major Jackson's soldiers...

...reduced the town to this,

as you can see.

A dead town.

And your women?

Do they sleep with the ghosts?

We manage, a bit with the Mexicans,

and a bit with the Major's men.

We want to be at peace

with everybody.

Without being unfair, right?

Well, there is kind of an agreement...

This is a neutral place...

We try very hard to stay alive.

You are new to this place,

young man...

You don't know Major Jackson...

You don't know him, do you?

Stop trying to figure out who l know,

old man.

Don't you want to offer me a drink?

You know, it takes guts to

travel with that girl.

lt means having to face both

the racists and the Mexicans.

l like having to face people.

Oh, really? Well, so much the better.

You know, my colleagues are

afraid of the casket.

lt doesn't scare me.

lt's just like any other job.

ls someone in there?

Someone by the name of Django.

Good day, brother Jonathan.

This is all l was able to scrape together

for this month's share.

Business isn't going well.

ln that case it'll be better

if you talk about this to the Major.

l'm getting a dress to change into.

You know, the Major's men

should be here soon.

Maybe he'll come here himself.

The Major doesn't like the color green.

He goes crazy for red.


l'll change here.

l'm used to my mirror.

Don't be down. Maybe, if you are nice

to the Major, you can save yourself.

Why don't you dress yourself in red?

Of course, listen to me.

Dress in red, and you'll be safe.

The Major isn't after you.

lt's the Mexicans he can't stand.

He says it's their skin color

that bothers him.

Well, you're really asking for it.

You could have stayed with us.

You wanted to run away and...

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Sergio Corbucci

Sergio Corbucci (Italian: [ˈsɛrdʒo korˈbuttʃi]; 6 December 1926 – 1 December 1990) was an Italian film director. He is best known both for his very violent spaghetti westerns and bloodless Bud Spencer and Terence Hill action comedies. He is the older brother of screenwriter and film director Bruno Corbucci. more…

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