The Stranger's Gundown (1969)/Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die (1968)
Thirteen years after three Confederate officers betrayed their regiment for gold in a bloody massacre, one of the soldiers returns to exact a brutal vengeance. Did he survive the slaughter, or is he seeking justice from beyond the grave? A spaghetti western with a supernatural spin, Sergio Garrone's "The Stranger's Gundown" stars Anthony Steffen, Luciano Rossi. AKA: "Django The Avenger," "Django The Bastard." And, after being wrongly accused of murdering his wife, an Indian is out of jail and out for revenge. He joins forces with a group of gunslingers to hunt down a bandit named Elfego, the true culprit of the killing, in "Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die." With Bud Spencer, Montgomery Ford, Jeff Cameron; co-written by Dario Argento. AKA: "Today It's Me," "Today It's Me...Tomorrow It's You!" 194 min. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English (dubbed) Dolby Digital mono. Dubbed in English.