"Giú la testa... hombre" and "Giú le mani... Carogna" (Fidani)


(rojoprofundo) #1

“Giù la testa… hombre” and “Giù le mani… Carogna”. what happens with these films?? ah?? I’ve got the last one under the title “The Ballad of Django” directed by Lucky Dickerson. Oftenly both are confused as the same movie.
This one starts with an old Django coming into a saloon and fights with local cowboy because did not want to give him his table (what a tough guy!!) Then someone recognize him and Django tells him some of his adventures in the past (two twin bros, I think, and scenes from "Quel maledetto giorno d’inverno… Django e Sartana all’ultimo"also in another story, the last one is with Gordon Mitchell, I think again).
What about “Giù la testa… hombre”. Can somebody tell the plot.
Gracias.


(Sebastian) #2

at least here I have some links for you:

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Giù_le_mani…_Carogna

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Giù_la_testa…_hombre

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Quel_maledetto_giorno_d'inverno…_Django_e_Sartana_all%27ultimo

all three by Demofilo Fidani :_(


(Silence) #3

Does it have a real story? Here is a trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ru_BFImxNpE


(Dillinger) #4

Giu la testa has got a kind of story. I mean, a real story for a Fidani.