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Django Strikes Again
Django 2: Il Grande Ritorno / Djangos Rückkehr

Italy 1987
produced by
National Cinematografica, Dania Film, Reteitalia
directed by Ted Archer (= Nello Rossati)
starring Franco Nero, Christopher Connelly, Donald Pleasence, Licinia Lentini (as Licia Lee Lyon), Alessandro Di Chio, Micky, William Berger, Bill Moore
written by Franco Reggiani, Nello Rossati, music by Gianfranco Plenizio


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Django (Franco Nero) has turned his back on the violent world & decided to spend the rest of his life in a monastery as Brother Ignatius ... that is until he learns his daughter Marisol has been abducted by slavetrader El Diablo (Christopher Connelly) ...

Django has no problems finding El Diablo, since he ships slaves up & down the Rio Grande in a big paddle steamer, he is however soon found out by El Diablo's men, captured & dragged off to work in El Diablo's silvermines.There he sees the slaves working under miserable conditions way beyond his expectations, but in good natured butterfly collector Gunn (Donald Pleasence), he also makes a friend. Soon Django can flee the slavecamp, with the help of Gunn, but he promises to return & free the others.

Tghen Django goes to his favourite cemetary & digs up his trademark machinegun, that was hidden in a coffin all the time. He also manages to get a hearse & takes up pursuit of El Diablo's steamer again ... & he saves young Indio boy Miguel, who wanted to assassinate El Diablo to avenge his father, from El Diablo's men.

But Django realizes he cannot fight El Diablo alone with his machinegun, so he devices a very stupid plan, as he knows El Diablo is a butterfly collector hunting for the legendary Mariposa Negra, & he will rob the Banco tropical to get his hands on Montezuma's treasure. So Django has his brothers from the monastery fabricate a fake Mariposa Negra & place it in the bank, with a letter stating where to get more of them ... Then Django & Miguel wait at that spot to let the trap spring on El Diablo ... but alas, El Diablo has seen through their little ploy, & the trap springs on them instead.

To teach Django a lesson, El Duiablo decides to bring him back to the mines as a slave, along with Miguel & Marisol ... but he has made a fatal mistake when he has made advances towards Contessa Isabella & favoured her over his savage, whipwielding slavegirl-mistress, who kills Isabelly & frees Django in hopes to be able to lay the blame for Isabella's killing on him ... but Django has other plans, enters the slavecamp in disguise &, with Gunn, finds the explosives-depot & his machinegun ... enough to destroy the entire slavecamp & free his comrades.

El Diablo he leaves in the hands of his former slaves - who take great pleasure in tearing him apart.


The only official sequel to Sergio Corbucci's Django proves to be the expected disappointment. It tells little more than an insignificant Western-adventure story (though to be honest, the original Django didn't tell too interesting a story neither), directed in a very indifferent way & robbing the main character of all his (pulp-)mythological charisma. & in the finale, Django has less in common with a Western hero but with the then popular Rambo-brand of action heroes (complete with machinegun, of course).


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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