Don Johnson Reveals First Clip From Django Unchained

Last night Don Johnson played Santa Claus to Quentin Tarantino fans. The actor best known for his roles on Miami Vice and Nash Bridges appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and, after talking about hanging out with P. Diddy, revealed the first full clip from Tarantino's new Western Django Unchained.

We've seen lots of photos and a handful of trailers so far, but this clip -- it starts around the 4:03 mark -- featuring Johnson's plantation owner Spencer "Big Daddy" Bennett and Christoph Waltz's Dr. King Schultz is the first look at an actual scene from the movie.

Django Unchained follows the title character played by Jamie Foxx, a former slave, as he and Dr. King go on a mutually beneficial journey to right wrongs done to them. The film boasts a cast that, in addition to Foxx, Waltz and Johnson, includes Kerry Washington, Leonardo di Caprio, Walton Goggins, Samuel L. Jackson, Jonah Hill and many others. The film opens on Dec. 25.

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