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Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot!

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Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot!
Django Kill Poster.jpg
Original Italian Poster
Country ITA.jpg Italy
ESP 45-77.jpg Spain
Directed by Giulio Questi
Release Date 1967
Language Italian
Studio GIA Societa Cinematografica
Hispamer Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Stranger Tomas Milian
Oaks Piero Lulli
Bill Templer Milo Quesada
Hagerman Francisco Sanz
Flory Maril├╣ Tolo
Elizabeth Hagerman Patrizia Valturri
Evan Templer Ray Lovelock
Sorrow Roberto Camardiel

Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! (original Italian title: Se sei vivo spara, lit. If You Live, Shoot) is a 1967 Italian-Spanish co-production Spaghetti Western film directed by Giulio Questi and starring Tomas Milian.

The film has nothing to do with Django but uses this title for international release to take advantage of the success of 1966 movie.

The following weapons were used in the film Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot!:


Single Action Army

The Stranger (Tomas Milian) and several other Mexican bandits carry Single Action Army revolvers. SAA revolvers are also used by Sorrow (Roberto Camardiel) and his gang of black leather clad gay gunslingers. Evan Templer (Ray Lovelock) holds the SAA revolver in one scene.

Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model. The most common of the SAA revolvers as it is just the right length. - .45 Long Colt
The Stranger draws his revolver.
He loads the gun.
The Stranger holds the revolver during the shootout in general store.
Sorrow's muchachos draw their revolvers.
Hagerman (Francisco Sanz) steals The Stranger's revolver.
Another view of the revolver in Hagerman's hands.
Sorrow holds his revolver in the final scene.

Colt Revolver

Colt-style revolvers are used Oaks (Piero Lulli) and most of his henchmen. They are also seen in hands of townsmen, notably Bill Templer (Milo Quesada) and Hagerman (Francisco Sanz). As the movie was filmed in Spain, these revolvers are most likely Spanish Eibar manufactured guns, but the base model is unknown. Revolvers with 4", 5" and 6" barrels can be seen.

Oaks' revolver in holster. Note the plain grips.
The muzzle of Oaks' revolver.
Oaks' henchman aims his revolver at a Mexican bandit.
Templer (at the right) holds his revolver with 6" barrel, leading the lynching mob.
A revolver with 5" barrel is seen at the right during the lynching of Oaks' henchmen.
Hagerman (in center) holds his revolver.
A townsman holds his revolver.
Oaks fires.
A townsman at the left holds the revolver while attacking one of the Indians.

Smith & Wesson 4th Model

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson 4th Model is seen in the hands of a Mexican bandit. Similar looking revolvers are also used by townsmen. These revolvers are most likely Spanish clones.

Smith & Wesson 4th Model Double Action - .32 S&W
A S&W-wielding Mexican bandit is shot.
A townsperson draws a S&W from his holster.
The barrel is seen.
The S&W revolver is seen in the background.


Garate El Tigre

Garate El Tigre rifles, Spanish clones of Winchester 1892, are widely used by bandits and townsmen. During the hunt for The Stranger, one of these rifles is used by Hagerman (Francisco Sanz).

Garate El Tigre - .44-40 WCF
A Mexican bandit holds the rifle.
Oaks' henchman carries the Winchester.
Another of Oaks' henchmen aims his rifle.
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Oaks' henchman reloads and fires his rifle.
A closer view of the barrel.
The saddle ring is seen.
A henchman loads the rifle.
Numerous townsmen fire at Oaks. One of them is armed with the El Tigre.

Remington Rolling Block

Remington Rolling Block rifles are used by US Army soldiers, Oaks' bandits and their Mexican colleagues, and some townsmen. Both rifle and carbine versions are seen.

Remington Rolling Block Short Rifle - .43 Spanish
A Mexican bandit holds a Remington Rolling Block.
The same man is seen at the left. His gun appears to be the Short Rifle version.
One of Oaks' men at the left holds the Short Rifle model.
The same man is seen at the left, aiming his gun at The Stranger.
Remington Model 1867 Rolling Block Carbine - .50-45
One of Oaks' men in center holds the Remington Rolling Block carbine.
Numerous townsmen fire at Oaks. Two men at the right are armed with Remington Rolling Block carbines.

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