Django 1966 Japanese Wood Sign
The character was created for the 1966 movie with the same title, directed by Sergio Corbucci. Like Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars, it was inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s Yojimbo. Script-wise Django deviates more from Yojimbo than the version presented by Leone in A Fistful of Dollars, but Corbucci wanted the character of Django to be closer to the ronin, the masterless samurai from Yojimbo (and many other samurai-movies he had studied). For this reason Django was denied a horse. He enters the movie walking, trailing a coffin through the mud, carrying his saddle on his shoulder.
This is a Japanese artistic poster for the film, printed on sturdy, durable wood this sign is guaranteed to stand out wherever you decide to place it.
*Each sign is handcrafted individually, so keep in mind that the final result may vary slightly.
To be technical...
- Size: 29x36cm
- Thickness: 7mm
- Material: Recycled Wood (MDF)