After arriving in a bleak, mud-drenched town in the American Southwest and dragging a coffin behind him, Django gets caught up in a violent race war between a gang of Mexican bandits, led by General Hugo, and a clan of militants under the command of the sadistic Major Jackson. So since Back to the future is in that same world, Doc Brown never would have thought to go back and try and stop Hitler. The Spaghetti Western, An Introduction (article in many languages). After seeing the fairgrounds empty of people, Django wondered where all of the white women went. In May 2016, it was reported that Franco Nero will reprise his role in his third outing as the titular character, entitled Django Lives!, with the film taking place 50 years after the events of the original installment, set to be directed by John Sayles. https://moviedatabase.fandom.com/wiki/Django/AMWTDITW?oldid=56180, This version of Django was created by writer/director/producer, As this version of Django was obviously intended as a parody, his appearance in. The joke evolved into "riffing on the idea of how dull, depressing, and dangerous it must have been to live in the Wild West." Django is a fictional murderer featured in the 2014 Western/Comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Django is a character who appears in a number of spaghetti western films. Suddenly, he learns from a dying former lover that some time ago he had a young daughter, who has been kidnapped along with other children who are now working for a ruthless Belgian criminal known as El Diablo (The Devil) Orlowsky, who is an arms dealer and slave trader. Since all Tarantino films take place in the same Universe then Hitler was killed by the bastards from Inglorious Bastards and therefore WWII ended in Hitlers death. With Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried. Django is a 1966 Spaghetti Western directed by Sergio Corbucci starring Franco Nero as Django; a dismissed Union soldier who fought in the American Civil War. Django is a fictional murderer featured in the 2014 Western/Comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Some actually feature the character of Django, and some titles just capitalize on the name, even though the character is not in the film. • Django (1966) – The original film that introduced the character, directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero as the eponymous character. Back to the Future and Django Unchained are connected to the same universe by Million ways to die in the West. [1]. Since all Tarantino films take place in the same Universe then Hitler was killed by the bastards from Inglorious Bastards and therefore WWII ended in Hitlers death. Little is known about the man called Django save that he came to the town of Old Stump, Arizona in the year 1882. A Million Ways to Die in the West originated as an inside joke between MacFarlane and co-writers Sulkin and Wild, while they were watching Hang 'Em High. The film is set in 1869, four years after the end of the Civil War. Offended by the concept, Django shot the proprietor and remarked, "People die at the fair" - a sentiment first intoned by sheep herder-turned-public hero Albert Stark. While the trailers for A Million Ways To Die In the West haven’t shown many of those trademark MacFarlane references, a new trailer reportedly reveals a major cameo… Various. Little is known about the man called Django save that he came to the town of Old Stump, Arizona in the year 1882. Challenge Accepted: If you’ve ever watched How I Met Your Mother, you pretty much felt Neil Patrick … Living in seclusion in a monastery, he wants no more of the violent actions he perpetrated. A Million Ways to Die in the West; Django Unchained; The Ridiculous 6; Back to the Future Part III; Dances with Wolves; The Ballad of Buster Scruggs; Brimstone; Wild Wild West; The Killer; Slow West… He appeared at the local town fair where he saw a barker of a shooting game that entreated players to take shots at 'Runaway slave' images. / Viva Django! It's the End, Sartana’s Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin, "Spaghetti nightmares: il cinema italiano della paura e del fantastico visto attraverso gli occhi dei suoi protagonisti", Rare Spaghetti Western movies on DVD-R and VHS, http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Title_chaos, https://talkingpulp.com/2017/08/07/film-review-unofficial-django-sequels-part-ii-1966-1969-1971/, "Get a Coffin Ready ! Movie Database Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Directed by Seth MacFarlane. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Django is a fictional murderer featured in the 2014 Western/Comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Armed with a deadly Mitrailleuse volley gun, Django proceeds to play both sides against each other in the pursuit of money and, ultimately, revenge against Jackson; the Major having murdered his wife years before. See also Django for a complete list of references to clarify differences between these closely named or closely related articles. Review - The Spaghetti Western Database", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Django_(character)&oldid=988904246, Fictional characters in Quentin Tarantino films, Articles with German-language sources (de), Articles with Italian-language sources (it), Articles with Russian-language sources (ru), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Back to the Future and Django Unchained are connected to the same universe by Million ways to die in the West. This page was last edited on 15 November 2020, at 23:17. [3] Especially outside of the genre's home country Italy, mainly Germany, countless releases have been retitled in the wake of the original film's enormous success.[4]. The children and other prisoners work in Orlowsky's mine, from which he hopes to get rich from the spoils. Played by actor Jamie Foxx, he is a parody of his own character, Django Freeman, as seen in the 2012 Quentin Tarantino movie Django Unchained. Twenty years after the events in the first Django, the title character has left the violent life of a gunslinger to become a monk. The Spaghetti Western Database. [6], This article is about the Westerns character. Played by actor Jamie Foxx, he is a parody of his own character, Django Freeman, as seen in the 2012 Quentin Tarantino movie Django Unchained. [5], The enormous success of the original Django movie in 1966 inspired unofficial sequels to be created by a multitude of studios, due to loose copyright laws in Italy at the time. Determined to find his daughter and nail the bad guys, Django gets some arms and goes on the warpath against Orlowsky's private army. Played by actor Jamie Foxx, he is a parody of his own character, Django Freeman, as seen in the 2012 Quentin Tarantino movie Django Unchained. As a cowardly farmer begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town, he must put his newly found courage to the test when her husband, a notorious gun-slinger, announces his arrival. For other uses, see, It has been suggested that this article be, "Title Chaos" in: The Spaghetti Western Database. One Damned Day at Dawn... Django Meets Sartana! [1][2] Originally played by Franco Nero in the Italian film of the same name by Sergio Corbucci, he has appeared in 31 films since then.