Kill Django … Kill First / Uccidi Django … uccidi per primo! (Sergio Garrone, 1971)


(Stanton) #1

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo%21

You know that you have seen too many SWs … , part 2

This one now with an often disjointed Spanish dub, in a slightly better picture quality than Colt in the Hand of the Devil, but the quality was still a shame.

It’s the 5th of Garones 6 westerns, and it’s an overall solid genre contribution with a pale hero and a few bizarre scenes with George Wang as a strange Samurai like bandit who lives in a water cave for unknown reasons. It would have been probably an advantage to understand the dialogues.

Aldo Sambrell is the evil banker in the background, but here again he isn’t very convincing in a typical Fajardo role.


(scherpschutter) #2

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo%21

See if this link works (yours didn’t, it showed an empty page for some reason)

Haven’t seen the film
Wang in a cave? Do these guys ever give up …??

Edit: It does. I guess you forgot to copy the exclamation mark


(ENNIOO) #3

The new link works fine for me.


(Stanton) #4

Same problem as before. I simply copied the link, but it seems, sometimes it don’t work. I’ve changed the link in my post to Scherp’s working one.


(Silver Wolf) #5

In a way this was Garrone’s last westerns, since Vendetta at Dawn was shot over a long period of time. Also one of the last Django rip-offs. Locations are better than in Vendetta… but the film is even more boring, there’s hardly any action.

I wonder why this was called Tequila is Spain…


(Stanton) #6

No if I copy the address it’s slightly different:

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo!
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo%21

It has something to do with Firefox or IE, at least that’s what I remember.


(Stanton) #7

I wonder why it was called Django in the rest of the world …

And I wonder why the “crazy about Django” Germans could live without releasing it …


(scherpschutter) #8

[quote=“Stanton, post:6, topic:1937”]No if I copy the address it’s slightly different:

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo!
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Uccidi_Django…_uccidi_per_primo%21

It has something to do with Firefox or IE, at least that’s what I remember.[/quote]

You’re right, I’m now working in FF and just tried to copy the title: I got the first one, with the exclamation mark, the one that links you to an empty page

I’m afraid you need a guy with more expertise than I have to explain the damn thing …


(Rififii) #9

I’d very like much like to see this one…anyone know a DVD-r vendor for this one…


(cm215) #10

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:8, topic:1937”]You’re right, I’m now working in FF and just tried to copy the title: I got the first one, with the exclamation mark, the one that links you to an empty page

I’m afraid you need a guy with more expertise than I have to explain the damn thing …[/quote]

Well, as a ex-web developer I will tell you… It doesn’t have to do with IE or FF as “%21” is just a code for “!” From what I see, it has to do with actual post feature on this board (which would probably be out of the adminstrator’s control unless they know php. Whoever programmed it knows that you should haven’t any type of punctuation like that in a web address) If you post the with with an exclamation point, it automatically removes it… if you post it with “%21” (which is what you should always do) … it works. If you insert the URL between the URL tags in the post, either way will work… No need to beat around the bush… either make a link in the post (don’t let the board automatically do it) or use the %21 code.


(RAvery1988) #11

(Bill san Antonio) #12

Has this ever been released in english?


(scherpschutter) #13

It has recently been uploaded on cinemageddon


(ENNIOO) #14

Never come across an english audio version.


(The Stranger) #15

Since 13 April, there is an Australian DVD of this film:

http://www.ezydvd.com.au/item.zml/819228


(ENNIOO) #16

Well thats a surprise with english audio.


(Durango) #17

Yep, for the first time available with English audio. I think this company released about a dozen spaghettis on budget dvd. Too bad all of them are cropped. Kill Django Kill is nice quality, but the intro pre-credits and credits sequences are missing. And that amounts to about 10 minutes in this particular case.

They also released Revenge of Ringo, now for the first time available without that annoying screener text. Image is much better too.


(chuck connors brother) #18


(ENNIOO) #19

Thats a shame.


(p.pereira) #20

Watch this “Tequilla” recently.
The first 10 minutes almost made me quit, but somehow I found the courage to watch it till the end. That said, I consider it an acceptable western, but still another disappointing film by Sergio Garrone.