Viva Villa! (0)

Viva Villa!
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating NR
Runtime 1hr 55mins.
Genres Action, Short Film
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
  • Actor Anthony Quinn dies at 86
    By: Noah Davis Jun 04, 2001

    On Saturday, Anthony Quinn passed away from respiratory failure, robbing Hollywood of a true legend. He was 86. The two-time Academy Award winner's tempestuous screen image matched his much-publicized, unquenchable thirst for life.

  • B.O. ANALYSIS: 'Mission' Holds, but 'Momma's' Big
    By: Martin Grove May 08, 2001

    SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 4, 2000 -- Paramount's "Mission: Impossible 2" took a predictably big second weekend drop, but held on to first place despite big competition from Fox's "Big Momma's House." "M:I-2" escaped with an estimated $27 million (-53 percent) at 3,653 theaters (theater count unchanged; $7,355 per theater). The PG-13-rated action adventure sequel's cume is approximately $130.7 million. The original "Mission" dropped 52 percent in its second weekend (May 31-June 2, 1996) and had

  • B.O. ANALYSIS: 'Gone' Gets the 'Shaft'
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 18, 2000 -- "Shaft" was the man this weekend, easily stealing first place at the box office from "Gone in 60 Seconds." Paramount's R-rated urban appeal remake kicked off to a muscular estimated $21.1 million at 2,337 theaters ($9,029 per theater). "Shaft's" per-theater average was the highest for any film playing in wide release this weekend. "It's great. It's a good opening," Paramount distribution president Wayne Lewellen said Sunday morning. "We're very pleased with

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR JUNE 2-4, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    Paramount's "Mission: Impossible 2" took a predictably big second weekend drop, but held on to first place despite big competition from Fox's "Big Momma's House." "M:I-2" escaped with an ESTIMATED $27 million (-53%) at 3,653 theaters (theater count unchanged; $7,355 per theater). The PG-13-rated action adventure sequel's cume is approximately $130.7 million. The original "Mission" dropped 52% in its second weekend (May 31-June 2, 1996) and had a cume at that point of $107.2 million. The se

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR MAY 24-29, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    Moviegoers accepted the mission of seeing Paramount's "Mission: Impossible 2" over Memorial Day weekend. "M:I-2's four-day gross of an ESTIMATED $71.8 million at 3,653 theaters ($19,655 per theater) is 26.4% bigger than the first "Mission's" $56.8 million. It puts "M:I-2" into the record books as the second-biggest Memorial Day weekend opening ever. The biggest Memorial Day opening, Universal and Amblin's 1997 launch of "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," did $90.2 million for four days (May

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR MAY 19-21, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    Dinosaurs snapped back to life this weekend as Buena Vista/Disney's "Dinosaur" kicked off to nearly $39 million. The PG-rated, computer-animated feature, which cut short the chart-topping reign of DreamWorks' "Gladiator," set a record as the year's biggest opening with an ESTIMATED $38.6 million at 3,257 theaters ($11,860 per theater). "Dinosaur's" per-theater average was the highest for any film playing in wide or limited release this weekend. "I think it's great," Buena Vista Distribu

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR MAY 12-14, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    "Gladiator" continued to rule the box office this weekend, collecting another $24 million in tribute from moviegoers. The R-rated action adventure from DreamWorks easily held on to first place in its second week with a hefty ESTIMATED $24.3 million (-30%) at 2,943 theaters (+40 theaters; $8,257 per theater). Its cume is approximately $73.3 million, heading for about $150 million in domestic theaters. "Gladiator's" per theater average was the highest for any film playing in wide release thi

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR MAY 5-7, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Mar 19, 2001

    Moviegoers gave DreamWorks' "Gladiator" a thumbs-up vote of nearly $33 million. The R-rated DreamWorks' action adventure set in ancient Rome arrived to a spectacular ESTIMATED $32.7 million at 2,938 theaters ($11,130 per theater). Its per theater average was the highest for any film playing in wide or limited release this weekend. "It really is a great opening," DreamWorks distribution head Jim Tharp said Sunday morning. "I think we're so pleased with it because it's an R-rated movie, it h

  • BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FOR JUNE 9-11, 2000
    By: Martin Grove Jan 01, 1900

    "Gone in 60 Seconds" ruled the box office speedway this weekend. The PG-13-rated action thriller from Buena Vista/Touchstone and Jerry Bruckheimer Films kicked off with a high octane ESTIMATED $25.5 million at 3,006 theaters ($8,484 per theater). Insiders had anticipated a fast-paced launch for "Gone," with some speculating its 27% overall first-choice tracking score might even translate into $30 million or more in ticket sales. "Gone's" per-theater average was the highest for any film

  • B.O. ANALYSIS: 'Gone' Arrives in First
    By: Martin Grove Jan 01, 1900

    SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 11, 2000 -- "Gone in 60 Seconds" ruled the box office speedway this weekend. The PG-13-rated action thriller from Buena Vista/Touchstone and Jerry Bruckheimer Films kicked off with a high octane estimated $25.5 million at 3,006 theaters ($8,484 per theater). Insiders had anticipated a fast-paced launch for "Gone," with some speculating its 27 percent overall first-choice tracking score might even translate into $30 million or more in ticket sales. "Gone's" per-theater

Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Howard Hawks Director 2 1
Jack Conway Director 2 1
Wallace Beery Actor Pancho Villa 1 1
Leo Carrillo Actor Diego 1 2
David O Selznick Producer 3 2
Edgcumb Pinchon Book Author 120468 3
Fay Wray Actor Teresa 1 3
James Wong Howe Cinematographer 402 4
James Martin Actor Mexican Officer 1 4
Donald Cook Actor Don Felipe 1 4
Joseph Schildkraut Actor Gen. Pascal 1 5
Herbert Stothart Composer (Music Score) 120464 5
Mischa Auer Actor Military Attache 1 6
Robert J Kern Editor 172 6
Harry Oliver Art Director 183 8
David Durand Actor Bugle Boy 1 11
Phillip Cooper Actor Villa as a Boy 1 14
Edwin B Willis Set Designer 202 14
Dolly Tree Costume Designer 169 15
John Merkyl Actor Pascal's Aide 1 16
Emile Chautard Actor General 1 23
Ralph Bushman Actor Calloway 1 25
Francis McDonald Actor Villa's Man 1 26
Shirley Chambers Actor Wrong Girl 1 28
Arthur Treacher Actor English Reporter 1 30
Henry B Walthall Actor Madero 1 60
Tom Ricketts Actor Grandees 1 67
Henry Armetta Actor 1 68
Chris-Pin Martin Actor 1 71
John Davidson Actor 1 76
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