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The Outlaw's Revenge

The Outlaw's Revenge(1915)

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Most of the scenes in this film were shot in Mexico. The film contained actual scenes of fighting. According to one review, although advertising for the film said that the central character was Pancho Villa, there was no mention of Villa's name in the film itself. This film was probably a re-issued or re-edited version of The Life of General Villa, released in May 1914 by Mutual. A contemporary news item refers to the film's title as being The Outlaw's Revenge in the Dawn of a New Republic. The battle footage in this film May have been shot for the 1914 documentary The Battle of Torreon, which, according to modern sources, was shot by Raoul Walsh.