Curiosity got the better of me and I’ve decided to start a thread about the problem of the real-fake Django(s)/Djangos/Djangoes (?). We know that the only other “true” Django film aside from the original is Nello Rossati’s Django 2: il grande ritorno, but what other films are more than dub-Djangos (as Stanton calls them)? Dub-Djangos are films in which the Django connection exists only in the foreign title of the movie (most likely coming from Germany ) while the real-fakes are the one in which the Django connection arises either because it’s in the original title, one of the character is called Django, one of the character is supposed to be Django or for some other reasons I can’t think of. You’ll excuse me if a similar thread already exists, I did a search, but that hasn’t stopped me from creating an unnecessary thread before.
Here are the films I think fit the bill :
Django spara per primo (1966) by Alberto de Martino
Pochi dollari per Django (1966) by Enzo G. Castellari (credited to Léon Klimovsky)
Il figlio di Django (1967) by Osvaldo Civirani
Little Rita nel west (1967) by Ferdinando Baldi
Non aspettare Django, spara (1967) by Edoardo Mulargia
Preparati la bara! (1968) by Ferdinando Baldi
Django il bastardo (1969) by Sergio Garrone
Uccidi Django… uccidi per primo! (1970) by Sergio Garrone
Django sfida Sartana (1970) by Pasquale Squitieri
Quel maledetto giorno d’inverno… Django e Sartana all’ultimo (1970) by Demofilo Fidani
Arrivano Django e Sartana… è la fine (1970) by Demofilo Fidani
Anche per Django le carogne hanno un prezzo (1971) by Luigi Batzella
W Django! (1971) by Edoardo Mulargia
Sukiyaki Western Django (2007) by Takashi Miike
Django Unchained (2012) by Quentin Tarantino
Do you know any others?
We can also discuss what kind of real-fake Djangos those are. Uccidi Django… uccidi per primo! for example is apparently an original title only.