Viva Zapata! 1952 on DVD
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Product Description:Region One. North American Format. (Will play in the US and Canada)
Viva Zapata on DVD
In 1909, Emiliano Zapata (Marlon Brando), a well-born but penniless Mexican Indian from a remote province, Morelos, comes to Mexico City to complain that their arable land has been enclosed, leaving them only in the danger, and when he rashly rescues a prisoner from the local militia he becomes an outlaw. Urged on by a strolling intellectual, Fernando (Joseph Wiseman), he supports the exiled Don Francisco Madero (Harold Gordon) against Diaz, and becomes the leader of his forces in the South as Pancho Villa (Alan Reed) is in the North. Diaz flees, and Madero takes his place; but he is a puppet president, in the hands of the leader of the army, Huetra (Frank Silvera), who has him assassinated when he tries to express solidarity for the men who fought for him. Zapata and Villa return to arms, and, successful in victory, seek to find a leader for the country. Unwillingly, Zapata takes the job, but, a while later, he responds to some petitioners from his own village with no more reassurance than had Diaz years before., Realizing that with power his idealism has gone, he returns with them to Morelos - specifically to investigate their complaints against his brother decide that Zapata is a threat to their regime decide that Zapata is a threat to their regime.
Marlon Brando ... Emiliano Zapata Jean Peters ... Josefa Zapata Anthony Quinn ... Eufemio Joseph Wiseman ... Fernando
Writer: John Steinbeck Runtime: 113 min Country: USA Language: English Country: USA Language: English
Region One. North American Format.
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