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Vamonos con Pancho Villa

A semi-historical picture covering incidents in the Mexican civil war. Six ranchers, nicknamed the Lions of San Pablo, join Villa in order to avenge the murder of Francisco Madero and overthrow the reactionary forces.

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  • "Let's go with Pancho Villa"
  • "Vamanos con Pancho Villa"
  • "Let's join Pancho Villa"
  • "Let's go with Pancho Villa!"

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  • "A semi-historical picture covering incidents in the Mexican civil war. Six ranchers, nicknamed the Lions of San Pablo, join Villa in order to avenge the murder of Francisco Madero and overthrow the reactionary forces."
  • "A semi-historical picture covering incidents in the Mexican civil war. Six ranchers, nicknamed the Lions of San Pablo, join Villa in order to avenge the murder of Francisco Madero and overthrow the reactionary forces."@en
  • "Follows the adventures of six young men who leave their rural homes to join Pancho Villaƛ army. Together the men endure hardship, tragedy, and disillusionment for the cause of the Mexican Revolution."
  • "This classic of Mexican cinema follows the adventures of six young men who leave their rural homes to join Pancho Villa's army. Together the men endure hardship, tragedy, and disillusionment for the cause of the Mexican Revolution."
  • ""Vamonos con Pancho Villa! is the final installment of Fernando de Fuentes' 'Revolutionary Trilogy, ' an unsentimental series about the Mexican civil war. The film tells of a group of rancheros who join Pancho Villa's army to fight for the revolution. One by one, the men are led to their death until a single, disillusioned survivor is left. The desertion of that final soldier paints Pancho Villa as a cowardly and apathetic leader and valorizes the unnamed soldier as the true hero of the revolution. The film's populist perspective on the 1910 Revolution was in keeping with the new administration of Lázaro Cárdenas. The film received funding from the state, which had begun to produce films as a means of promoting the nationalist social agendas of the new President's party, the National Revolutionary Party. The financial failure of this film, the first great epic of the period, foreshadowed the decline of that political movement ..., cont."
  • "A semi-historical picture covering incidents in the Mexican Civil War. Six ranchers, nicknamed the lions of San Pablo, join Villa in order to avenge the murder of Francisco Madero and overthrow the reactionary forces."
  • "A semi-historical picture covering incidents in the Mexican civil war. Six ranchers, nicknamed the lions of San Pablo, join Villa in order to avenge the murder of Francisco Madero and overthrow the reactionary forces."

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  • "Film adaptations"
  • "Mexican films"
  • "Historical films"
  • "Features"
  • "History"
  • "Fiction films"
  • "Drama"
  • "Feature films"
  • "Film and video adaptations"
  • "War films"

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  • "Vamonos con Pancho Villa"@en
  • "Vámonos con Pancho Villa"
  • "Vamonos con Pancho Villa!"
  • "¡Vámonos con Pancho Villa!"
  • "Vamonos con Pancho Villa! = Let's go with Pancho Villa!"
  • "Let's go with Pancho Villa!"
  • "Let's go with Pancho Villa"
  • "Vámanos con Pancho Villa"
  • "Vámonos con Pancho Villa Let's join Pancho Villa"