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Author Topic: A Few Dollars For Django/Pochi dollari per Django (Enzo Castellari, 1966)  (Read 3880 times)

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http://imdb.com/title/tt0060084/

Has anyone seen this?

Its in my "to watch" pile which i'm gonna check out soon having today read in the "bio's" section of the KEOMA dvd special features that this was the first movie directed by Enzo G.Castellari and not the credited Leon Klimovsky  :o
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http://imdb.com/title/tt0060084/

Has anyone seen this?

Its in my "to watch" pile which i'm gonna check out soon having today read in the "bio's" section of the KEOMA dvd special features that this was the first movie directed by Enzo G.Castellari and not the credited Leon Klimovsky  :o
Not a bad SW, run of the mill but still worth a viewing.
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first movie directed by Enzo G.Castellari and not the credited Leon Klimovsky  :o

Are you certain about this?


Anyway, it's a slightly above average Steffen movie.
The opening scene, while the credits are rolling (which is a bit annoying beause it gets in the way of the great action), is by far the best scene in the whole movie.
A pity the rest of the film can't live up to it.
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Are you certain about this?

Castellari mentions it, I think in the interview on Koch Media's "Johnny Hamlet" DVD. He said that Klimovsky was just completely uninterested in the material, and he took over filming instead - making it his directoral debut.

The British DVD is acceptable, but poor, I think the recent Italian DVD is meant to be a lot better, but although the film is worth watching, it is nothing special, and I have no plans to upgrade.

My review - Some Dollars for Django
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LANZETTA

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first movie directed by Enzo G.Castellari and not the credited Leon Klimovsky  :o

Are you certain about this?
Thats what it says under "biographies" for Castellari and that he was 25 when he directed this. :-X
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Klimovsky probably didn't direct this as Harrison says about his involvement with REVEREND COLT...

"Leon Klimovsky is credited as director on this one, but that's because it was a co-pro and for both countries to receive money from the government they had to show the director came from their country. Hence, a director would appear in the credits even though he had no involvement. This was a common practice. Making films in those days was very much wheeling and dealing".
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