Episodes Comprise: Django: Banned in UK until the 90s Sergio Corbucci's influential western stars Franco Nero as Django the mysterious lone gunfighter who arrives in a bleak muddrenched town. Caught in the middle of a violent feud between two gangs of sadistic bandits Django will need to fight for his life armed with his devastating revolving Gatling gun. A Bullet For The General aka QUIEN SABE? During the Mexican Revolution a gang of bandits led by the charismatic El Chuncho (a mesmerising Gian Maria Volont'' - of the DOLLARS films) are stealing weapons for the rebel... General Elias. During a raid on a train a mysterious gringo Tate assists the bandits by killing the train driver. Tate infiltrates the gang which also includes the crazed priest El Santo (Klaus Kinski) and the beautiful Adelita (007's Martine Beswick). But Tate is in fact a covert US assassin sent to kill the rebel General Elias. Featuring music by Oscar Winner Ennio Morricone. Keoma is director Enzo G. Castellari 's (The Bronx Warriors; the original Inglorious Bastards) acknowledged masterpiece. Franco Nero stars as Keoma a gunslinger who on his return to his hometown finds his half brothers have joined the evil gang of a sadistic local villain. Intent on restoring law and order Keoma aided by the banjo-playing (Woody Strode) must fight this horde of ruthless killers to the bitter deadly end. [show more]
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Triple set of spaghetti westerns. In 'Django' (1966) the eponymous anti-hero (Franco Nero), an ex-Yankee soldier, arrives in a border ghost town with speed-of-light gun skills, a romantic heart - his wife was killed by a local KKK member - and an enigmatic morality. He soon gets involved with the local battle between bandits and the Klu Klux Klan and ends up slaughtering them all. In 'Keoma' (1976) Nero plays a mixed race soldier who finds on his return from the civil war that his hometown is overrun with gangsters. Finally, in 'A Bullet for the General' (1966), set during the Mexican revolution in 1913, a government agent (Lou Castell) is sent to infiltrate a gang of bandits led by a revolutionary general (Gian Maria Volonte), in order to win the general's trust and then assassinate him.