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Man, Pride and Vengeance

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Man, Pride and Vengeance
Italian film poster
Directed byLuigi Bazzoni[1]
Screenplay byLuigi Bazzoni
Suso Cecchi d'Amico
Based onCarmen
by Prosper Mérimée
Produced byLuigi Rovere
StarringFranco Nero
Tina Aumont
Klaus Kinski
CinematographyCamillo Bazzoni[1]
Edited byRoberto Perpignani[1]
Music byCarlo Rustichelli[1]
Distributed byRank Film
Release date
  • December 1967 (1967-12)
  • 11 October 1968 (1968-10-11) (West Germany)
Running time
91 minutes[1]
West Germany[1]

Man, Pride and Vengeance (Italian: L'uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta, German: Mit Django kam der Tod is a 1967 Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Luigi Bazzoni and starring Franco Nero, Tina Aumont, and Klaus Kinski.[1] It is a Western film adaptation of the novella Carmen by Prosper Mérimée, and is one of the few Westerns not only filmed, but also set in Europe.[2][page needed]


When stalwart Spanish soldier Don José meets the stunningly beautiful Carmen, he becomes instantly obsessed with the mysterious gypsy woman. After discovering she has cheated on him with his Lieutenant, Jose kills the officer during a brawl and flees the city. Forced to become a bandit, Jose partners with Carmen's villainous husband Garcia to rob a stagecoach and prove his love for the seductive femme fatale.



Man, Pride and Vengeance was released in December 1967.[3] It was released in West Germany in 11 October 1968.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Mit Django kam der Tod". (in German). Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  2. ^ Marco Giusti (2007). Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. ISBN 978-88-04-57277-0.
  3. ^ Hughes, Howard (2019). "Shooting from the Hip - The Westerns of Franco Nero". Keoma (Booklet). Arrow Video. p. 22. AV196.

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