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Spaghetti Western Collection: Django / Django, Kill! / Run, Man, Run! / Mannaja: A Man Called Blade


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  • Actors: Franco Nero, José Canalejas, José Bódalo, Loredana Nusciak, Ángel Álvarez
  • Directors: Giulio Questi, Sergio Corbucci, Sergio Martino, Sergio Sollima
  • Writers: Benedetto Benedetti, Bruno Corbucci, Franco Arcalli, Franco Rossetti
  • Format: Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Vid Canada
  • Release Date: Jan. 14 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007ELDL
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,978 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Magician on Jan. 19 2003
Format: DVD
Super collection of westerns--Italian style. There not as good as Sergio Leone's classics but then again few films are.
It's great to finally see the rare "Django Kill." This is truly a cult oddity if ever there was one. As much a horror film as it is a western it's full of bizarre, religious imagery as well as references to everything from Luis Bunuel to Edgar Allan Poe. This extremely violent, unforgettable film is presented uncut and, as with all the films in this set, the transfer is immaculate.
"Run, Man, Run" successfully tosses liberal doses of comedy and politics into the mix. Like "Django Kill" it also stars the wonderful Tomas Milian as Cuchillo, a knife-throwing thief.
"Mannaja: A Man Called Blade" is the most conventional and latest film (1977) of the set. Still, it's extremely entertaining and stylishly directed by Sergio Martino (Torso). Maurizio Merli is great in the title, hatchet-wielding role.
The classic "Django" is exclusive to this set. Though Anchor Bay also released this title some time ago, this new transfer came from the original negative and is far more colorful and less grainy. As for the film, it's a must. From the great opening of Franco Nero dragging a coffin behind him to the insanely catchy theme song, "Django" holds you in its grasp.
All four films look exceptional, come with English language and Italian tracks with optional English subtitles and boast a nice selection of extras--interviews, trailers, poster/still galleries, etc.
Thank you Blue Underground for releasing such a cool set.
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I had written reviews on each of the movies, which are posted. My review of this 4- disc package examines the production quality of the DVDs themselves and does not deal with movie critiques.
First of all, the EASTER EGGS! I have yet to find a DVD that had Easter Eggs (those little tidbits that are hidden to treat people who either made a mistake with their remote or dragged the cursor over something to click on), and Blue Underground has at least seven or maybe more eggs inside the DVDs. I can't list them all here, and have made attempts to list the particular egss at the bottom of each movie review I posted on 5/Sept/03. If I recall correctly, If You Live Shoot! has 3; Run Man Run has 2; Mannaja and Django each have one that I discovered. Each DVD's Easter Egg has hidden trailers of other movies on DVD. Shoot! has two interviews in addition, and Run has an interview (each of the four reviews have detail on extracting each egg, and I hope amazon.com posts them all).
The most INCREDIBLE interview came from Shoot! where lead actor Tomas Milian makes some rather startling charges (he even suggests that he may be sued by his revelations of an accusation that he verified he was making during the interview). I will not spoil the interview, but it is worth searching the contents of the DVD to discover.
The lover of European Westerns will relish this find, even though some of the contents of the films aren't up to the caliber of a Leone epic. I knew before buying this set that the movies themselves would be a letdown if I were to expect anything near the filmmaking style of Leone and the musical genious of composer Ennio Morricone.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Bravissimo! Jan. 19 2003
By The Magician - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Super collection of westerns--Italian style. They're not as good as Sergio Leone's classics but then again few films are.

It's great to finally see the rare "Django Kill." This is truly a cult oddity if ever there was one. As much a horror film as it is a western it's full of bizarre, religious imagery as well as references to everything from Luis Bunuel to Edgar Allan Poe. This extremely violent, unforgettable and supremely weird film is presented uncut and, as with all the films in this set, the transfer is immaculate.

"Run, Man, Run" successfully tosses liberal doses of comedy and politics into the mix. Like "Django Kill" it also stars the wonderful Tomas Milian as Cuchillo, a knife-throwing thief.

"Mannaja: A Man Called Blade" is the most conventional and latest film (1977) of the set. Still, it's very entertaining and stylishly directed by Sergio Martino (Torso). Maurizio Merli is good in the title, hatchet-wielding role.

The classic "Django" is exclusive to this set (and my favorite of the films presented here). Though Anchor Bay also released this title some time ago, this new transfer came from the original negative and is far more colorful and less grainy. As for the film, it's a must. From the great opening of Franco Nero dragging a coffin behind him to the insanely catchy theme song, "Django" holds you in its grasp.

All four films look exceptional, come with English language and Italian tracks with optional English subtitles and boast a nice selection of extras--interviews, trailers, poster/still galleries, etc.

Thank you Blue Underground for releasing such a cool set.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Spaghetti Western collector's "Must Have" Sept. 7 2003
By FrontPage - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I had written reviews on each of the movies, which are posted. My review of this 4- disc package examines the production quality of the DVDs themselves and does not deal with movie critiques.
First of all, the EASTER EGGS! I have yet to find a DVD that had Easter Eggs (those little tidbits that are hidden to treat people who either made a mistake with their remote or dragged the cursor over something to click on), and Blue Underground has at least seven or maybe more eggs inside the DVDs. I can't list them all here, and have made attempts to list the particular egss at the bottom of each movie review I posted on 5/Sept/03. If I recall correctly, If You Live Shoot! has 3; Run Man Run has 2; Mannaja and Django each have one that I discovered. Each DVD's Easter Egg has hidden trailers of other movies on DVD. Shoot! has two interviews in addition, and Run has an interview (each of the four reviews have detail on extracting each egg, and I hope amazon.com posts them all).
The most INCREDIBLE interview came from Shoot! where lead actor Tomas Milian makes some rather startling charges (he even suggests that he may be sued by his revelations of an accusation that he verified he was making during the interview). I will not spoil the interview, but it is worth searching the contents of the DVD to discover.
The lover of European Westerns will relish this find, even though some of the contents of the films aren't up to the caliber of a Leone epic. I knew before buying this set that the movies themselves would be a letdown if I were to expect anything near the filmmaking style of Leone and the musical genious of composer Ennio Morricone. The reason I made the purchase was to discover filmmaking OTHER than Leone's because at almost every turn, a macaroni feature airing on television will be one of the Eastwood trilogies or the epic, Once Upon a Time in the West (which is planned for DVD release in fall 2003).
TSWC is not recommended for the die- hard Eastwood or Leone fan, unless the viewer can be open- minded so as not to wind up comparing apples and oranges. One cannot and should not compare Leone's style with any other spaghetti western. He is in a class by himself.
The DVDs all were from transfers of original prints. The quality of the video material was definitely from the origibal stock. Interestingly enough, Shoot! must have used some cheaper film grade, because the saturation seemed flat, which is no fault of Blue Underground because many of the movie productions of the time were cutting corners to save as much money as possible.
The work that was put into the box set really shows by the amount of information that each DVD box provides. Blue Underground deserves credit for renewing a fan's belief that a company is releasing such obscure titles not for high profit but for a love of the genre. I wouldn't expect MGM to release the 162- minute Good/Bad/Ugly in its original 176 minute fully- restored glory. They did release 14 minutes of footage as extras, but I feel they should have followed Blue's decision to release films completely unedited and uncensored, even if it means having to replace Italian language scenes into an English language release or allowing the runtime to jump towards 3 hours in length.
Blue put forth an excellent effort to give the lover of Eurowestern cinema more detailed information about films that we really appreciate.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Essential Aug. 26 2009
By Michael H. Pfarner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
THis Blue underground release is essential to have if your a Spaghetti Western fan. All four films are classic. The packaging is beautiful. And the prints look fantastic too.
Becuase I HATE $$$$$ Jan. 14 2013
By Laughart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I bought this instead of Spaghetti Western Collectionbecasue of the movie MANNAJA! I didn't want to live without it, so I paid the extra $149.99. I could have spent $12.99 and gotten these plus about 65 more movies, but I thought MANNAAJA was worth it!
Outstanding Compilation of Italian Westerns Jan. 10 2013
By J. G. Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A very well done collection of four Spaghetti Westerns by Blue Underground. I rather like to use the term "Italian" referring to these movies, for it shows the nation that birthed the directors generally responsible, and "Spaghetti" tends to make reference to the dry, comedic elements in these films, which, though important, was only one, but not even necessary, component of what the movies were about. Some were very serious, such as "Death Rides a Horse", and the serious element predominates here, too. Although one might quibble about exactly what four movies they should have included, what are presented are all very interesting, and come with individual liner notes for each movie. Perhaps Blue Underground can do another series, such as throw in one starring Lee Van Cleef, another by director Sergio Sollima (or one with both), but what they do present is very stylish and excellent.

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