Viva Django review

Originally Released As Viva Django Internationally, Prepare A Coffin Is A Suitable Sequel To The 1966 Original. This Somewhat Semi-Official Sequel Acts As A Prequel, And Has Original Django Screenwriter Franco Rossetti On Hand. The Film Was Also Set To Star Franco Nero Reprising His Role From The Original. Nero Was Later Replaced By Terrence Hill, When Nero Was Offered A Role In The Hollywood Film Camelot. George Eastman And Horst Frank Co-Star As The Villains And Give Some Great Performances. The Film Follows Django, Who Works As A Hangman Faking The Deaths Of Convicted Felons Who Have Been Framed. Using The Men Who He Saved Decides To Build A Gang, To Go After The Corrupt Politician, Who Ordered The Execution Of Him And His Wife Five Years Earlier. Django Is Out For Revenge And His Coffin Has Been Prepared. An Entertaining Prequel To The 1966 Classic, In Which The Plot Conflicts With The Original Classic, But Once You Ignore This Basic Mistake, Your In For An Enjoyable Ride As Django Gets His Revenge In A Dark And Satisfying Way As He Prepare’s His Coffin.

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