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    Pancho Villa

    The story of Pancho Villa, told by those who knew him.

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    Pancho Villa

    Directed by Francesco Taboada Tabone 2006 95 min
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    On the same day that the troops of Pancho Villa attacked the village of Colombus, constituting the first invasion of the United States by a Latin American army, one of his many sons was born in Nazas, Durango. When his father was murdered by the government, his mother took him to California and told him: Never tell anybody who your father was, because your life and mine are in danger. 83 years later, Ernesto Nava came to his fatherland and discovered that General Villa is one of the most respected heroes in his country and a moral guide for millions of peasants throughout Mexico.
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    Pancho Villa

    On the same day that the troops of Pancho Villa attacked the village of Colombus, constituting the first invasion of the United States by a Latin American army, one of his many sons was born in Nazas, Durango. When his father was murdered by the government, his mother took him to California and told him: Never tell anybody who your father was, because your life and mine are in danger. 83 years later, Ernesto Nava came to his fatherland and discovered that General Villa is one of the most respected heroes in his country and a moral guide for millions of peasants throughout Mexico.

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