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Let's Go with Pancho Villa (Vámonos con Pancho Villa!) (1936)

Let's Go with Pancho Villa
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7.8 IMDB rating

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Antonio R. Frausto

Antonio R. Frausto

Don Tiburcio Maya
Domingo Soler

Domingo Soler

Francisco 'Pancho' Villa
Manuel Tamés

Manuel Tamés

Melitón Botello
Ramón Vallarino

Ramón Vallarino

Miguel Ángel del Toro 'Becerrillo'
Carlos López

Carlos López

Rodrigo Perea
Raúl de Anda

Raúl de Anda

Máximo Perea
Rafael F. Muñoz

Rafael F. Muñoz

Martín Espinosa
Alfonso Sánchez Tello

Alfonso Sánchez Tello

General Fierro


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Let's Go with Pancho Villa (Vámonos con Pancho Vil

2 years ago at Apr 2 17:24
The particular cycle that I improvised this last month, "Vámonos con Pancho Villa!" is the film that I found with a stronger and better script finished all I've seen so far today.

The enrollment of a group of farmers in the same town on the Mexican Revolution is a very well-crafted study of personalities that strengthen their friendship in the hardships of war, realizing that in he... read more
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Release date: 14 April 1939
UPC: 736899059521
Mexican Revolution (1), 92 Min. (1), Drama (1), War (1), Military (1), B&w (1), Mexico (1)
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Mexico. Favorite movies. (37 movies items)
Rath posted a review 2 years ago

Let's Go with Pancho Villa (Vámonos con Pancho Vil

“The particular cycle that I improvised this last month, "Vámonos con Pancho Villa!" is the film that I found with a stronger and better script finished all I've seen so far today.

The enrollment of a group of farmers in the same town on the Mexican Revolution is a very well-crafted study of personalities that strengthen their friendship in the hardships of war, realizing that in her idealism and courage are not enough. The naivete of the protagonists, "los leones de San Pablo", gives more credibility and charm to them and reinforces the story from a human perspective that never falls into the easy sentimentality.

Gabriel Figueroa's camera does the rest to round out a story that does not decay at any time and followed by certain interest in what is one of the essential ” read more

Rath added this to a list 2 years ago