Django (Franco Nero) is a gun runner who drags around a coffin that conceals a machine gun. He rescues a young woman, Mara (Loredana Nusciak), from being murdered by bandits led by Major Jackson (Eduardo Fajardo), a man whom Django is seeking revenge on for the murder of his wife.
Django and Nathaniele burying Jackson's men
After killing most of Jackson's men, Django makes a deal with a Mexican general, Hugo Rodriguez (Jos Bdalo), who is in conflict with Jackson, and the two steal a large quantity of gold. When the General is slow in paying for his supplies, Django steals the gold. Unfortunately, the gold falls into quicksand. When Rodriguez catches up to them, Mara is shot (though she survives) and Django's hands are crushed. Rodrguez and his men are massacred by Jackson, who then goes looking for Django in a cemetery. However, Django, who has bitten the trigger-guard off his pistol, kills Jackson and his five surviving men. The movie ends with a shot of Django heading into a whore house, and saying hello to a woman, who identifies herself as his daughter.
It's got James Brown. It's got Johnny Cash. It's got Jamie Foxx as a freed slave-turned-bounty hunter. It's also got Christopher Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio. This esoteric gem is the international trailer for Quentin Tarantino's first western, "Django Unchained."