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29 May 2020

One of the most intense scenes of the history of cinema. After having found 200 thousand dollars Tuco is left hanging from the neck, set on an instable wooden cross. What was he thinking in that moment? Abandoned there, helpless with half of the loot in front of him, looking around calling in hope for Blondie.

Tuco in the final scene of The Good, The
	Bad and the Ugly

1 May 2020

Django meets Django.

old Django: "What's your name?"
young Django: "Django."
old Django: "Can you spell it?"
young Django: "D-J-A-N-G-O. The D is silent."
old Django: "I know."

46 years later: the first Django face to face with the last Django.

Django and Django

27 April 2020

The final scene from "Django", a 1966 spaghetti western movie directed by Sergio Corbucci, is a piece of art!

"Django" was of great inspiration for many of the Quentin Tarantino's movies who also named his character in "Django Unchained" after Corbucci's protagonist. Even the soundrack is taken from it.

Franco Nero played the original role of Django and Tarantino invited him as a special guest in his "Django Unchained" movie.


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