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Buck Bowers was the protagonist appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money. He was a bank robber who had worked with Luther Heggs, Ray Bob, Jesus Draven and C.W. Niles. He later worked together with Otis Lawson to defeat the vampires.

HistoryEdit

He is a known criminal and has been friends with Luther, Ray Bob, Jesus and C.W. for sometime.

Despite not knowing what happened to her, it's revealed that his mother is deceased.

Throughout From Dusk Till DawnEdit

He was seen watching television while Marcy was trying to make love to him. Their moment is interrupted by Otis Lawson and Edgar McGraw who want to ask him if he knew where Luther was, as they are buddies. Unknown to the officers, Buck gets a call from Luther and tells him to bring everyone back together for a bank heist in Mexico. He begins to talk to the other men about the heist and they head towards El Coyote in Mexico where they will meet up with Luther. While the men wait, they watch a porn flick and eventually they meet Luther, who unknown to them, has become a vampire, alongside Jesus.

As the night goes, he begins to suspect some of the men and finds out that all of them have become vampires while the heist is being executed. He is then arrested by the officers outside of the bank and tries to convince Otis that they are not what they seem to be. As the eclipse begins, he is uncuffed by Otis. He, Edgar and Otis then began killing many of the vampires that the men turned, with Buck killing Jesus, Ray Bob and Luther by different methods. As more reinforcements begin to arrive when the eclipse is over and the vampires dead, Otis gives Buck a head start.

Physical AppearanceEdit

He has short, brown hair and blue eyes. He wore dark clothing later in the film as he and the group started their heist. He has an athletic build and clean shaven.

PersonalityEdit

He's shown to be friendly, but has a carefree and take no prisoners attitude. He is shown to be able to lie well since he faked being on the phone with his mother in front of Otis.

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NameEdit

  • Buck is English and means "resembling a male deer".
  • Bowers is a surname of Saxon origin, derived from the word bur, meaning "a chamber, a cottage, a shady recess".

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