Christoph Waltz: For us in Austria, ‘Django’ was a household name. Not necessarily Franco Nero, but ‘Django.’
Every Spaghetti Western that came out, even the obscurest ones, in the German version had ‘Django’ in their titles, even though there was no Django in the plot or in the story.
They just put ‘Django’ in because Django really was the distilled key word, so to say, to name the genre. If it had ‘Django’ in it, you knew it was a Spaghetti Western.
Quentin Tarantino: I like evoking the Django title for what it means to Spaghetti Westerns and that mythology.
At the same time, there’s a 40-film series of nonrelated Django rip-off sequels that are their own spot of Spaghetti Western history.
I’m proud to say that we are a new edition to the unrelated Django rip-off sequels.
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