Django dresses in black and drags a coffin behind him everywhere he goes. He saves a woman from some bandits, but arriving in a new town soon after, finds himself caught in conflict with those same bandits, and hopes to turn the situation to his advantage.
The story isn't as strong as either Leone or Corbucci's best work, but the iconic imagery and solid central performance from Nero make it easy to see why this became a worldwide success.
Reviewed by Kim Newman
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