The Last Killer
Director Giuseppe Vari
Initial release August 10, 1967 (Italy)
Screenplay Augusto Caminito
Writer Augusto Caminito
Music director Roberto Pregadio
|Cast George Eastman (Ramón / Chico), Dragomir 'Gidra' Bojanić (Rezza (as Anthony Ghidra)), Dana Ghia (Lola)|
Similar movies The Big Gundown, Hole in the Forehead, Django, Django Unchained, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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The Last Killer (a.k.a. Django the Last Killer) is a 1967 spaghetti western movie starring George Eastman and Anthony Ghidra.
Ramon's father has a small farm and like all the other poor farmers around, he owes money to a rich rancher, landgrabber John Barrett. Ramon embarks to deliver the due money to Barrett but along the way he is ambushed, robbed and beaten unconscious. As soon as he can, he gets to Barrett after all. Begging Barrett for more time, he recognises one of the robbers among Barrett's employees. He thinks Barrett will help him now, only Barrett doesn't. Instead Ramon is tortured until he can escape. Before he arrives at home his family is already dead, killed at Barrett's behest. Ramon, determined to put Barrett down, takes up training as a gunman.
The title was changed to Django the Last Killer in some areas in order to capitalize on the success of the 1966 Franco Nero spaghetti western Django. This however is not a sequel.
Wild East released the film on a limited edition Region 0 NTSC DVD under the title Django the Last Killer in a double feature with Hate Thy Neighbor. Both films are presented in their original aspect ratios.
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