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Sukiyaki Western Django (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
SUKIYAKI WESTERN ジャンゴ (Japanese)
スキヤキ ウェスタン ジャンゴ (Japanese)
Genres: action, comedy
Themes: western
Objectionable content: Intense
Plot Summary: A lone gunman enters the town of Yuta in Nevata, which is overrun by the warring clans of the white-wearing Genji and the red-wearing Heike. There, he joins forces with an elderly woman named Ruriko to help rid the town of the two clans and secure the future of her daughter-in-law Shizuka and grandson Heihachi.
Running time: 121 minutes
Vintage: 2007-09-15
Premiere date:
2007-09-15 (Japan)
Ending Theme:
"Django Sasurai" by Saburo Kitajima
Official website:
Trivia: We have 2
Japanese-produced, English-language homage to the Spaghetti western sub-genre, combining elements of the 1966 Italian film Django and Sergio Leone's "Man With No Name" trilogy (1964-1966) with the historical Genpei War (1180-1185) and the Wars of the Roses (1455-1485).
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Miike
Music: Kōji Endō
Art Director: Takashi Sasaki
Director of Photography: Toyomichi Kurita
Executive producer: Toshiaki Nakazawa
Costume Design: Michiko Kitamura
First Assistant Camera: Masashi Yamauchi
Production Design: Takashi Sasaki
Sound: Jun Nakamura
Theme Song Composition: Luis Enrique Bacalov (ED)
Theme Song Performance: Saburo Kitajima (ED)
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
Hideaki Ito as Gunman
Kōichi Satō as Kiyomori (a.k.a. "Henry")
Yusuke Iseya as Yoshitsune

Kaori Momoi as Ruriko / Bloody Benten
Masanobu Andō as Yoichi
Quentin Tarantino as Piringo
Ruka Uchida as Heihachi
Takaaki Ishibashi as Benkei
Teruyuki Kagawa as Sheriff
Toshiyuki Nishida as Piripero
Yoshino Kimura as Shizuka
Yutaka Matsushige as Toshio

Masato Sakai as Shigemori
Renji Ishibashi as Mayor
Shun Oguri as Akira
Yōji Tanaka as Munemori
English companies
Internet Streaming: Tubi TV
Licensed by: First Look Pictures
Italian staff
Italian cast
Andrea Mete as Pistolero
Marco Vivio as Yoshitsune
Pasquale Anselmo as Kiyomori

Francesca Manicone as Toshio
Laura Romano as Ruriko
Loris Loddi as Piringo
Paolo Marchese as Sceriffo

Enrico Pallini as Boss
Francesco Ferri as Heike (young)
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Rai 4
Distributor: Dynit

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