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Pancho Villa (Character)
from "Aquí está Pancho Villa" (1960)
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- tt1773002 Played by Alejandro Navarrete
- The Death of Pancho Villa (2010) Played by Valente Q. Castro
- La Region que Recuerda: Ecos de la Revolucion Mexicana en Namiquipa (2010) Played by Leonel Mendoza
- Reevolution (2007) Played by Rodrigo Abed
... aka "Reevolución" - Mexico (original title)
- "Bo! in the USA"
- Episode #1.6 (2006) TV episode, Played by James Evans
- Zapata - El sueño del héroe (2004) Played by Luis Enrique Parra (as Francisco Villa)
- And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003) (TV) Played by Antonio Banderas
- "American Family"
... aka "American Family: Journey of Dreams" - USA (second season title)
- Mexican Revolution (2002) TV episode, Played by Edward James Olmos
- From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (1999) (V) Played by Peter Butler
... aka "The Hangman's Daughter" - USA (closing credits title)
- Ah! Silenciosa (1999) Played by Carlos Roberto Majul
- Entre Pancho Villa y una mujer desnuda (1996) Played by Jesús Ochoa
- La sangre de un valiente (1993) Played by Antonio Aguilar
- "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles"
- Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal (1992) TV episode, Played by Mike Moroff
- Old Gringo (1989) Played by Pedro Armendáriz Jr.
- "Senda de gloria" (1987) TV series Played by Guillermo Gil (as Francisco 'Pancho' Villa)
- Red Bells Part I: Mexico on Fire (1982) Played by Jorge Reynoso
... aka "Krasnye kolokola, film pervyy - Meksika v ogne" - Soviet Union (original title)
- Viva Mexico (1980) (TV) Played by José Villamor
- She Came to the Valley (1979) Played by Freddy Fender
... aka "She Came from the Valley" - USA (DVD box title)
- Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976) (TV) Played by Hector Elizondo
- La muerte de Pancho Villa (1974) Played by Antonio Aguilar
- Reed, México insurgente (1973) Played by Heraclio Zepeda
- Pancho Villa (1972) Played by Telly Savalas
... aka "Vendetta" - USA (alternative title)
- Villa Rides (1968) Played by Yul Brynner
- Caballo prieto azabache (1968) Played by Raúl 'Chato' Padilla
- El centauro Pancho Villa (1967) Played by José Elías Moreno
- Los siete de Pancho Villa (1967) Played by Ricardo Palacios (as General Pancho Villa)
... aka "Seven for Pancho Villa" - USA (dubbed version)
... aka "Vengeance of Pancho Villa" - International (English title) (alternative title)
- "Aquí está Pancho Villa" (1960) TV series Played by Pedro Armendáriz
- Cuando ¡Viva Villa..! es la muerte (1960) Played by Pedro Armendáriz
- Pancho Villa and Valentina (1960) Played by Pedro Armendáriz
... aka "Pancho Villa y la Valentina" - Mexico (original title)
- Villa!! (1958) Played by Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
- Las tres pelonas (1958) Played by José Chávez
- This Was Pancho Villa (1957) Played by Pedro Armendáriz
... aka "Así era Pancho Villa" - Mexico (original title)
- "Ethel Barrymore Theater"
- This Is Villa (1956) TV episode, Played by Akim Tamiroff
- El 7 leguas (1955) Played by Víctor Alcocer (as Gen. Pancho Villa)
- Viva Zapata! (1952) Played by Alan Reed
- Pancho Villa Returns (1950) Played by Leo Carrillo
- Vuelve Pancho Villa (1950) Played by Pedro Armendáriz (as General Francisco Villa)
- Si Adelita se fuera con otro (1948) Played by José Elías Moreno
- Under Strange Flags (1937) Played by Maurice Black (as General Pancho Villa)
- Let's Go with Pancho Villa (1936) Played by Domingo Soler (as Francisco 'Pancho' Villa)
... aka "Vámonos con Pancho Villa!" - Mexico (original title)
- The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1935) Played by Juan F. Triana
... aka "El tesoro de Pancho Villa" - Mexico (original title)
- Viva Villa! (1934) Played by Wallace Beery
- Why America Will Win (1918) Played by George Humbert (as Gen. Pancho Villa)
- Patria (1917) Played by Wallace Beery
- The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Spring Break Adventure (1999) (V) Played by Mike Moroff
Lee Arnold: I'll fly for you, but I want something.
Pancho Villa: What?
Lee Arnold: [motions to Fierro] I want to blow his brains out.
Pancho Villa: I don't think he'll let you do that.
Lee Arnold: Well, then let these men go.
Pancho Villa: All right. How many?
Lee Arnold: How man... all of them! Their officers are dead; they can't hurt you; they don't want to fight any more.
Pancho Villa: No. Just one.
Lee Arnold: One?
Pancho Villa: One. Pick him! Go on, gringo. It's your chance to save one life. Go ahead.
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