Pancho Villa was a Mexican Revolutionary general and regarded as one of the best. He later became a bank robber and was assassinated. In From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter, he is in a nightmare by Ambrose Bierce. He appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter and was mentioned in season two in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.
In both historical and the franchise's history, Pancho was a Mexican Revolutionary general and a bank robber.
Throughout From Dusk Till DawnEdit
In From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter, he takes the hood off Ambrose and tells him that he wants to see when the bullet hits him, which Pancho obliges. He tells Ambrose that the wall behind has been splattered with the blood of men like him and he should be comforted by that. Pancho then readies his men to shoot, and Ambrose says his final words. After giving the final command, Pancho moves out of the way and Ambrose is hit, but it's revealed that this was all a nightmare.
He had a medium sized build, with a light brown jacket, white shirt and bullet strapped over his body. He wore a sombrero and what can be seen, he has dark brown hair with slight grayish hint. He had dark, brown eyes and a mustache.
With the film's version of Pancho, he is quite ruthless, but seems polite and honorable enough to oblige Ambrose's wish to see the bullet hitting him.
|From Dusk Till Dawn: Film Series|
|"From Dusk Till Dawn":|
|"From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money":|
|"From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter":|
|" From Dusk Till Dawn (Video Game)":|
|From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series: Season Two|
|"Opening Night":||"In a Dark Time":||"Attack of the 50 Ft. Sex Machine":||"The Best Little Horror House in Texas":||"Bondage":||"Bizarre Tales":||"Bring Me the Head of Santanico Pandemonium":||"The Last Temptation of Richard Gecko":||"There Will Be Blood":||"Santa Sangre":|
- Pancho and Ambrose Bierce (Enemies/He killed him in a nightmare)
- Pancho and Narciso Menendez (Allies/Friends)
- Pancho is a Spanish given name and the diminutive of Francisco.
- Villa is an Italian and Spanish surname. It means "town" and was originally given to a person who came from a town, as opposed to the countryside.
- In real life, Pancho Villa was a Mexican Revolutionary general and later became a fugitive. He was assassinated some time after he became re-involved in Mexican politics.
- It is worth noting that the real Ambrose Bierce went to Mexico to join the Mexican Revolution, but no one knows what happened to his whereabouts. There are speculations that Pancho killed him as it's hinted at in the film.