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Hanging For Django (Una lunga fila di croci) [Blu-ray]


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In this classic spaghetti western making its home video debut, an evangelical bounty hunter teams up with another to bring an outlaw gang that has been sneaking illegal immigrants over the border to sell as slaves to justice

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Impressive transfer of this mid level Spaghetti Western Nov. 12 2013
By Keith Larson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Hanging for Django is the English title for Una Lunga Fila di Croci (which translates to A Long Row of Crosses, a much better title) is a low budget film directed by Sergio Garrone and stars Anthony Steffen and William Berger. The film itself is just OK as Spag Westerns go but the Blu Ray transfer is really impressive and a huge improvement over previously available prints of this movie. The editing is somewhat hurky jerky and the plot twists and turns so much towards the end it is hard to keep up with. I do like William Berger in his role as the preacher bounty hunter and how can you go wrong with Mario Brega and Nicoletta Machiavelli. Like I said, not one of the top films of the genre, but worth the price of admission especially with this new transfer.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Okay Spaghetti Western Jan. 16 2014
By Gary A. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Although the movie is really a fairly mediocre Spaghetti Western, the transfer gives it an extra star in my estimation. It should also be noted that the Amazon specs for the standard DVD are wrong. The aspect ratio is 2.35, as it should be, and it has Italian or English language options. The best thing about the movie itself are the two stars Anthony Steffen and William Berger who are always worth watching.
Average yet entertaining Spaghetti western April 18 2015
By Nostalgicman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This film was directed in 1969 by Italian director Sergio Garrone, a director that might be better known to some as the director of Nazi exploitation films (not very good by the way), including SS camp women's hell, and SS experiment love camp. This detail is interesting because this spaghetti western is way better than those exploitation films. On this western, bounty hunters Johnny Brandon (Anthony Steffen) and Everett Murdock (William Berger) teams up together in order to take on a ruthless gang of human smugglers working the Mexican border. Of course, you get double crossing between them, lots of shooting, but with little care on showing realistic bullet bloody wounds. Despite that, this is generally a well-made film with a neat final gun-down that you will recognize where the idea came from!! Steffen and especially Berger are pretty cool anti heroes. Berger in particular handles a shotgun with seven barrels. One original point on this film is the depiction of illegal immigration across the US-Mexican border. Overall, this films rates slightly above average, but clearly below any Leone or Corbucci film.

Technically, I do not quite agree with at least one other reviewer. The transfer is of very good quality, yet not what you may be expecting for a Blu-ray format. The image comes in widescreen format. Audio comes in English and Italian, with English subtitles. Extras include an analysis of Garrone's films that remain interesting to me at least. Also included is a nice color booklet on the film and Garrone. The movie runs for 92 minutes.
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Five Stars Aug. 30 2014
By Judson Eduardo G.Ribeiro - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
completamente satisfeito! Obrigado!
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Four Stars Feb. 24 2015
By tg5spd - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Great transfer and very good Spaghetti Western! Better than most I've seen on blu-ray. Highly recommended!!


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