The Strangers Gundown (Western Movie, English, Spaghetti Western, Full Feature Film) youtube movies
Full Length Western Movie, Free Cowboy Film, English: Django il bastardo (original title), Western, 1971. Django the Bastard, also known as "The Strangers Gundown", is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Garrone. This Gothic-themed Spaghetti Western took advantage of the success of Sergio Corbucci's film Django, hence its title. A similar spaghetti western is the 1967 film Django Kill.
A Union soldier survives attempted murder to take revenge on three officers who betrayed his unit in battle.
Director: Sergio Garrone
Writers: Sergio Garrone (original story and screenplay), Anthony Steffen (original story and screenplay) (as Antonio De Teffè)
Stars: Anthony Steffen, Paolo Gozlino, Luciano Rossi
Runtime: 1h 47min
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With its horror-movie styling and ultra-violent nature, this perfect example of an Euro gothic western garnered an "X" rating on its initial Italian release. During the Civil War, three Confederate officers, leaders of a Confederate regiment, sell out to the Yankees, kill the sentries and allow the enemy troops to slaughter their whole company. One of their men, however, does not die... Left for dead, the Stranger (Anthony Steffen, Italy's answer to Clint Eastwood!) lies unconscious on the ground, severely wounded. Several years go by and, as though coming back from hell, the Stranger begins hunting down his enemies - the men that left him for dead. Is he a ghost, or just a man - hell-bent on revenge!
Years after narrowly surviving a Civil War ambush by Union troops, an ex-Confederate soldier named Django — aka “The Stranger” — returns to the scene of the crime to get revenge on the men who so easily sold him out.
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