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Viva Villa! (10-Apr-1934)

Director: Jack Conway

Writer: Ben Hecht

Based on a book: Viva Villa!: A Recovery of the Real Pancho Villa by Edgcumb Pinchon and Odo B. Stade

Musical Score by: Herbert Stothart

Producer: David O. Selznick

Keywords: Western, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Armetta
Actor
4-Jul-1888 21-Oct-1945 A Bell For Adano
Wallace Beery
Actor
1-Apr-1885 15-Apr-1949 Grand Hotel
Leo Carrillo
Actor
6-Aug-1881 10-Sep-1961 Pancho on The Cisco Kid
Donald Cook
Actor
26-Sep-1901 1-Oct-1961 Viva Villa!
Stuart Erwin
Actor
14-Feb-1903 21-Dec-1967 The Stu Erwin Show
Frank Puglia
Actor
9-Mar-1892 25-Oct-1975 20 Million Miles to Earth
Joseph Schildkraut
Actor
22-Mar-1896 21-Jan-1964 The Life of Emile Zola
Fay Wray
Actor
15-Sep-1907 8-Aug-2004 King Kong

CAST

Wallace Beery   ...   Pancho Villa
Leo Carrillo   ...   Sierra
Fay Wray   ...   Teresa
Donald Cook   ...   Don Felipe de Castillo
Stuart Erwin   ...   Jonny Sykes
Henry B. Walthall   ...   Francisco Madero
Joseph Schildkraut   ...   Gen. Pascal
Katherine de Mille   ...   Rosita Morales
George E. Stone   ...   Emilio Chavito
Phillip Cooper   ...   Pancho Villa (Boy)
David Durand   ...   Bugle Boy
Frank Puglia   ...   Pancho Villa's Father
Francis X. Bushman, Jr.   ...   Wallace Calloway
Adrian Rosley   ...   Alphonso Mendoza
Henry Armetta   ...   Alfredo Mendosa
Pedro Regas   ...   Tomas
George Regas   ...   Don Rodrigo

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