After the success of Director Sergio Corbucci's classic 'DJANGO'- 1966 starring Franco Nero, many sequels in name only of the character sprouted like weeds on the public and only two had anything to do with the original character. Here we have a perfect example of that in which the main actors in both films are just named Django without the machine gun in coffin. The archivists at Timeless Media Group have released an incredible double feature for an unbelievable price that even people who hate westerns might want to purchase. What is wonderful is that they are in their original aspect ratios and transferred from the original negatives so that you can really appreciate them on your high def monitors. First up is Director Eduardo Mulargia's 'A MAN CALLED DJANGO' aka 'W DJANGO' aka 'VIVA DJANGO' aka 'LO CHIAMAVANO DJANGO'- 1971 and starring Anthony Steffen in one of his best roles . This film was released a while back by a company called Dagored Films. I have already scribed a review of that release so any one interested in the plot, please seek it out among my reviews. I will, however, comment on the vast improvement of the transfer. Dagored released it in a 1.85 ratio with faded color and annoying scratches and splices appearing in the negative. This version is in its correct 2.35 ratio encompassing the full beauty of Cinematographer Marcello Masciocchi's images and compared to the other, it's a revelation and gives the film the honor it deserves. Another success was Director Gianfranco Parolini's 'SARTANA'-1968 starring Gianni Garko which spawned sequels also and why not have both characters show up to the party in the same movie. Next up is one of them, a Western with many outrageous titles to its credit 'DJANGO AND SARTANA'S SHOWDOWN IN THE WEST' aka DJANGO AND SARTANA ARE COMING...IT'S THE END' aka 'FINAL CONFLICT...DJANGO AGAINST SARTANA' aka 'SARTANA, IF YOUR LEFT ARM OFFENDS, CUT IT OFF' and finally 'ARRIVANO DJANGO E SARTANA...E LA FINE' -1970 directed by Mr. Eccentricity himself, Demofilo Fidani who is billed as Dick Spitfire for this release and is also known as Miles Deem to all Spaghetti Western fans. The film has many incredible names linked to it: Hunt Powers in the Django role; Chet Davis as Sartana, the awesome Gordon Mitchell as Black Burt who kidnaps beautiful Simone Blondell for a ransom and cameos by Krista Nell and the great Ettore Manni. The Photography is by future Director Aristide Massaccesi aka Joe D'Amato who constantly throws incredible images at your eyes and a unique score by Coriolano Gori. The film consists of the sparring dynamic duo teaming up to rescue the girl and eventually revealing why they both were interested in the affair. The film is consistently entertaining and is presented in its original 1.85 ratio looking like it was made yesterday. Both films have their original trailers and poster galleries as the only extras but who can quibble? I highly recommend that every Spaghetti fan scoff this and its companion volume up because Timeless Media Group was responsible for one of the best Spaghetti Western box sets called what else? 'THE BEST OF THE SPAGHETTI WESTERNS' released last year consisting of 20 films on 10 DVD's in their original aspect ratios and which is now out of print and commanding high prices ( I think you can purchase it from their website but don't quote me on that). These two volumes may go the same route and become limited editions. It's obvious that these films were released on the DVD market because of Director Quentin Tarantino's new reboot of the genre 'DJANGO UNCHAINED' but who cares when you can get them in these pristine transfers. Kudos to Timeless Media for these wonderful releases at such incredibly low prices. May they continue releasing more of them in the future and now I am on to the next volume which probably will blow me away just like Django and Sartana's explosive gunplay.