Don’t count the death, shoot the Living!
Your last order please … Sartana is coming!
Black Day in Bloody Bad City
Before you smile, kill and run.
Don’t drink and shoot at Django
Say Halleluja to the last bean
No Amen for Halleluja Kid
Django - What is in your coffin?
When you meet Sartana … don’t forget your bible!
Don’t count the death, shoot the Living!
the dollars are yours, the head’s mine
three bodies but only two bullets
your grave will be marked unkown when sartana has crossed your path
run gringo run, the blood on my colt will be yours
I drift, I ride, I shoot, I kill
a bullet for the sheriff, a noose for the marshall, sartana for you amigo!
dead men tell no tales
Django - Kill everyone and kill the rest as well
Django and Sartana - two deadly sons of bitches
Django, Ringo and Sartana are coming - lock up your coffins
Django, Ringo, Sartana and Sabata - four aces in the name of vengeance
Django, Ringo, Sartana, Sabata and Trinity - five sons of bitches are better than two
Django, Ringo, Sartana, Sabata, Trinity and Halleluja - six deadly bullets up yout ass
They call me Django, Ringo, Sartana, Sabata, Trinity or Halleluja - pick one and die!
This must surely follow on from A Man Called Apocalypse Joe 'cos in that ‘the man in black’ Joe/Django?(Steffen) goes off to England at the end. Any Shakesperian quotes in this version of yours to nail it on? (Mind you with the sort of ‘timeslip’ you are on about it sounds like it could be a sequel for Tony Anthony after Vengeance of the Barbarians/Get Mean ;))
Does she take her clothes off? ;D
[quote=“Bad Lieutenant, post:12, topic:1406”]Django’s whorehouse by the cemetery
Wat do you think (haha)[/quote]
Brilliant!! Absolutely brilliant - make it!!
Django, Shango and Cjamango - shoot up in Durango!
(Don’t make this one ;))
A Pistol for Django
Cold Death for Sartana
A Bullet for Sabata
A Nasty Rash for Ringo
[quote=“Phil H, post:26, topic:1406”]How about…
A Nasty Rash for Ringo[/quote]
If I’m late getting to the pub, my mates usually come up with a quip like this … askin what I’ve been watchin’ …
currently Django makes a Nice Cup of Tea/Does a spot Of DIY/Bakes a Cake etc. (ho hum) and (a bit more creatively) Sparky rides a Horse are doing the rounds! SRAH would only be funny tho’ if you knew my dog Sparky - and the fact that he fuckin’ hates horses - even on the tele - which sometimes makes watchin a SW interesting :D!
I could’ve sworn that some of these titles are actual movies!
More of mine:
A dollar per dead gringo
Watch out Amigo! Sartana will give you angel’s wings
Time to meet your maker…Amigo!
A bullet full of hate
Ringo and Django both like it up the ass…Amigo!
(Spaghetti western adaptation of brokeback mountain)
Not enough gold for a greedy gringo
He came from tombstone…
A man called lucky bastard
They call him…Peter
You shoot one bullet…I shoot six
They call him Ninja
(SW Kung fu hybrid)
[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:24, topic:1406”]This must surely follow on from A Man Called Apocalypse Joe 'cos in that ‘the man in black’ Joe/Django?(Steffen) goes off to England at the end. Any Shakesperian quotes in this version of yours to nail it on? (Mind you with the sort of ‘timeslip’ you are on about it sounds like it could be a sequel for Tony Anthony after Vengeance of the Barbarians/Get Mean ;))
Does she take her clothes off? ;D[/quote]
Yes it could be a mix of both movies. (Time Travel?) There a lot of references and quotes to Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Richard III and other Drama .
Of course she takes her clothes off and maybe we put a little lesbian scene also in that movie. Don’t know with whom so far?
Some other Titles:
Django came, saw and killed
His name was Sacramento Kid but they called him Joe
Stay in bed, hide your daughters, close your windows, finish your drinks … Sartana is coming
… and Santana convices them all
Don’t discuss… Sartana has the best argument
His last word was a bullet
Two Gringos against one Amigo
The Swede, the Polish and the Prince (Franco Nero in all three roles!)
The Woman from Alaska
[quote=“man with a name, post:6, topic:1406”]" blindman meets deaf smith and johnny ears"[/quote]Best one so far.
[quote=“Col. Douglas Mortimer, post:28, topic:1406”]I could’ve sworn that some of these titles are actual movies!
A dollar per dead gringo[/quote]
I like this one, so simple…so effective.
“Today is the Day that You Die!”
[quote=“man with a name, post:2, topic:1406”]“pile the bodies high, django’s got a gatling”
My fav so far.
and i love that one:
Simple and effective.
thanks bill and the colonel, praise indeed from two forum veterens. it makes it all worthwhile. there are some great titles here from members and it’s a good fun post. i may well be back with more soon.
I’ll go for a hybrid giallo slash crime slash spaghetti western thingie:
Violent Texas - The Killer Rode 7 Dead Horses
my name is corpse - death marks my presence
hey amigo, make more coffins - corpse is coming !
his name is still corpse - death sentence under a blood red sky !
no room left on the cemetary for you gringo
that fellow ordered a gun with your name on the barrel
a couple of gringos less or more
A couple more Djangos …
another one set in England - “By Jingo!” Django
and a pairing with Tarzan for - Jungle Django … (me Django, you Djane)
The German title for Castellari’s The Shark Hunter starring Franco Nero is in fact Dschungel-Django which translates to Jungle Django … So the Germans beat you to it
As we football fans all know, the Germans are hard to beat …
(But I think the rev won on penalties)