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Benito Juarez (Character)
from Treasure of the Aztecs (1965)

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Alternate Names:
Benito Jurez / President Benito Juarez / President Benito Jurez


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  1. "El vuelo del águila"
        - Episode #1.1 (1994) TV episode, Played by Ernesto Gómez Cruz (as Benito Jurez)
  2. The Cisco Kid (1994) (TV) Played by Luis Valdez

  3. Präriejäger in Mexiko: Benito Juarez (1988) Played by Helmut Schellhardt
  4. Visita al pasado (1981) Played by Ernesto Gómez Cruz

  5. Aquellos años (1973) Played by Jorge Martínez de Hoyos (as Benito Jurez)
  6. "El carruaje" (1972) TV series Played by José Carlos Ruiz

  7. "La tormenta" (1967) TV series Played by José Carlos Ruiz
  8. Treasure of the Aztecs (1965) Played by Fausto Tozzi
    ... aka "Der Schatz der Azteken" - West Germany (original title)
    ... aka "Mercenaries of the Rio Grande" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "The Treasure of the Aztecs" - USA (alternative title)

  9. El joven Juárez (1954) Played by Humberto Almazán (as Benito Jurez)

  10. Mexicanos al grito de guerra (1943) Played by Miguel Inclán (as President Benito Jurez)
    ... aka "Mexicans to the Yell of War" - USA (literal English title)

  11. The Mad Empress (1939) Played by Jason Robards Sr. (as President Benito Juarez)
  12. Zorro's Fighting Legion (1939) Played by Carleton Young
  13. Juarez (1939) Played by Paul Muni
  14. Juarez and Maximillian (1934) Played by Froylan B. Tenes (as Benito Jurez)
    ... aka "Juárez y Maximiliano" - Mexico (original title)

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Fun Stuff

From Juarez (1939)
Benito Juarez: [to Diaz] You see, Porfirio, when a monarch misrules, he changes the people, but when a presidente misrules, the people change him. See more »

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