TB6703 Preparati la bara! / Django, Prepare a Coffin / Viva Django (Ferdinando Baldi)
Summary of the film: 1967 Italy film. Director Ferdinando Baldi, starring Terence Hill, Horst Frank, George Eastman, length 92 minutes. Django is wounded and his wife is killed when the gold transport that he guards is attacked by the men of his ”friend” David Barry, who wants the gold to finance a political career. Django pretends to be dead and starts working as a hangman, who spares the lives of the condemned victims of David Barry’s conspiracies. He organises them in a band to ”haunt” the perjurers that sent them to the gallow. This is part of a plan to disclose Barry and bring him to justice. The ”hanged” are supposed to intercept an attack on a gold transport and capture Barry’s men to get evidence, but Garcia - who earlier has saved Django’s life during a fight within the group - convinces the rest of the men that instead they should take the gold for themselves. Garcia then kills the others. Django saves Garcia’s wife from hanging, and she then saves Django after Barry has captured him. Garcia regrets his treachery, which he explains by the fact that he is poor, and helps Django lure Barry to the graveyard, where Django digs up his own grave coffin and then kills Barry and his gang with the machinegun kept in the coffin. Garcia dies in the fight. Django leaves a sack of gold to Garcia’s wife ”for you and the children” before he leaves.
VIDEO Preparati la bara! trailer (56 web site 02' 37") VIDEO Preparati la bara! trailer (02'37") >>>>>>
VIDEO in YouTube Preparati la bara! trailer (56 web site 02' 37") VIDEO YouTube trailer (02'37") >>>>>>
VIDEO Preparati la bara! Clip (15' 40") >>>>>>
VIDEO Preparati la bara! Clip (56 web site 15' 40")
Music "Le pistole non discutono" can be heard in start of the clip
VIDEO in YouTube Preparati la bara! Clip (56 web site 15' 40")
Music "Le pistole non discutono" can be heard in start of the clip VIDEO in YouTube (15'40") >>>>>>
Gianfranco Reverberi Gian Franco Reverberi (born in 1934 in Genoa, Italy) is an Italian composer and musician. He worked mainly on the soundtracks for Spaghetti Westerns. He was one of the first Italian rock music artists. He also worked with his brother Gian Piero Reverberi on the song "Last Man Standing" (or "Nel Cimitero di Tucson") from the 1968 soundtrack of Django, Prepare a Coffin (Preparati la bara!) (one of many unofficial sequels to Django), which forms the basis of Gnarls Barkley's hit "Crazy". Both brothers are listed as writers of the song. Among his other credited film scores are A Black Veil for Lisa (1968), Chimera (1968), ?Viva América! (1969), Venus in Furs (1969) and La ragazza del prete (1970). He also worked with Enzo Jannacci and Giorgio Gaber.
Gian Piero Reverberi: Brother of Gian Piero Reverberi, was born on July 29, 1939 in Genoa, Italy. He is a composer, known for Kick-Ass (2010), Boyhood (2014) and The Big Short (2015). He has been married to Laura Giordano since 1963.
Ennio Morricone: was born 10 November 1928. is an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player. Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, His score for that film, with its sparse arrangements, unorthodox instrumentation (bells, electric guitars, harmonicas, the distinctive twang of the jew's harp) and memorable tunes, revolutionized the way music would be used in Westerns, and it is hard to think of a post-Morricone Western score that doesn't in some way reflect his influence. His name will always be synonymous with the spaghetti Western....
Summary of music: The film's credits for composers is more complex, in the all web sites we can find, only CHIMAI pointed out that the film used theme music“Le pistole non discutono“ , that is the theme music of the film "Le pistole non discutono / Bullets Don't Argue" (TB6408) was composed by Enni Morricone. We can clearly listen the music in the start of 15' 40" video clip from YOUTUBE (See Above second video). But we cannot see any clues about Morricone in IMDB, Soundtrack, Discogs etc. web sites and CD albums (example Digitmovies CDDM092 ). Only there is such a passage in the spaghetti-western web site: "He used a theme written by Ennio Morricone for Le Pistole non discutono and was forced to credit him for this."
Below: CHIMAI web site shows "Le pistole non discutono" (1964) and "Preparati la bara!" (1967) 2 films used the track "Le pistole non discutono"
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Audition of OST (Only for Ennio Morricone)
001 Le pistole non discutono (02:32) (Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger Conductor; From TA6408 "Le pistole non discutono")
4 Music audition (30") in Microsoft music >>>>>>
Audition of the album Preparati la bara
4 Music audition (30" only) in Microsoft music
11 Music audition (30" only) in Allmusic >>>>>>
Audition of the album Preparati la bara
11 Music audition (30" only) in Allmusic
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