Viva Villa! 1934

Viva Villa!

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After an overseer beats his peon father to death, a young Pancho Villa spills his first blood when he enacts revenge on the man. Retreating to the hills, Villa (Wallace Beery) spends a number of years as a vicious bandit, brutally attacking the wealthy, which earns him the respect of the poor. When revolutionary Don Felipe de Castillo (Donald Cook) realizes he can utilize Villa's bloodlust, he brings the bandit to the revolutionary leader Francisco Madero (Henry B. Walthall).

Cast

Wallace Beery
as Pancho Villa
Fay Wray
as Teresa
Donald Cook
as Don Felipe
Joseph Schildkraut
as Gen. Pascal
Stuart Erwin
as Johnny Sykes
David Durand
as Bugle Boy
Phillip Cooper
as Villa as a Boy
Frank Puglia
as Villa's Father
John Merkyl
as Pascal's Aide
Harry Cording
as Majordomo
Sam Godfrey
as Prosecuting Attorney
Tom Ricketts
as Grandee
James Martin
as Mexican Officer
Francis McDonald
as Villa's Man
Harry Semels
as Soldier
Julian Rivero
as Telegraph Operator
Bob McKenzie
as Bartender
Dan Dix
as Drunk
Paul Stanton
as Newspaperman
Mischa Auer
as Military Attache
John Davidson
as Statesman
Brandon Hurst
as Statesman
Leonard Mudie
as Statesman
Henry Armetta
as Mendoza Brother
Adrian Rosley
as Mendoza Brother
Hector V. Sarno
as Mendoza Brother
Arthur Treacher
as English Reporter
William Von Brincken
as German Reporter
Andre Cheron
as French Reporter
Michael Visaroff
as Russian Reporter
Shirley Chambers
as Wrong Girl
George Regas
as Don Rodrigo
Clarence Wilson
as Jail Official
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Critic Reviews for Viva Villa!

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Audience Reviews for Viva Villa!

  • May 22, 2014
    Wallace Beery plays Villa as a stereotype which takes away from the role that Pancho Villa played in the history of Mexico and frankly makes them all a bit ignorant for following him. We need a more accurate portrayal.
    John B Super Reviewer

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