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And Should We Die (1966)

| Drama, Action, Western
Pancho Villa's men harass and kill Americans during the Mexican Revolution (early 20th Century) for aiding Villa's enemies. Rafael Monroy and Vincente Morales (leaders of a small Mormon ... See full summary »

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Judge Whitaker (as Wetzel O. Whitaker)

Writer:

Scott Whitaker
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Cast

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Nathan Hale Nathan Hale ... President Joseph C. Bentley
Klair Bybee Klair Bybee ... Rafael Monroy
Dana Rosado Dana Rosado
Jean Jenkins Jean Jenkins ... Sister Chambers
Rodolfo Acosta ... Gen. Rodolfo Fierro
Mike De Anda Mike De Anda ... Pancho Villa (as Miguel de Anda)
Larry Domasin Larry Domasin ... Pedro Monroy
Max Brown Max Brown ... Bert
Danny Zapien Danny Zapien
Frank Federico Frank Federico
Marie Early Marie Early
John Bagalini John Bagalini
Cody Hale Cody Hale ... Willie Chambers
Shauna Dietlein Shauna Dietlein
Michelle Bickerton Michelle Bickerton
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Pancho Villa's men harass and kill Americans during the Mexican Revolution (early 20th Century) for aiding Villa's enemies. Rafael Monroy and Vincente Morales (leaders of a small Mormon congregation) are arrested on charges that they support Villa's opponents and follow the wrong religion. In jail they overhear plans to harm the Mormon community of Colonia Dublan, and Rafael sends his little brother Pedro to warn President Bentley, leader of the unarmed settlement. Dublan fasts and prays for a god-given answer to the threat, as General Fierro promises Rafael and Vincente death by firing squad unless they renounce their faith. Written by Brian Greenhalgh

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Mono
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Very Inspirational movie that contains terrific teachings
25 September 2007 | by gusmarilynSee all my reviews

I saw this movie many years ago. It was excellent and was very inspiring. It teaches about faith, bravery, and commitment. This movie could be put on the screen today and be an instant winner. I do not know why it has not been transferred from 16mm film to DVD. Hopefully, it will be someday. This movie is ripe for the times. It also shows the struggles of common, ordinary people being caught up in the whirlwind of civil war. It is said that Pancho Villa did not know about the atrocity committed by his soldiers in this Mormon village. Who really knows the answer to that. At any rate, it is a true story which makes it all that much better. The two men who are the central characters in this movie really lived and this movie shows their heroism and dedication to a higher calling.


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