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“Between 1900 and 1909 he apparently was a "bandido" hunted by the Federal Police.”
“His transformation from "bandido" to political activist and revolutionary can be attributed to a meeting with Abraham Gonzales, the Governor of Chihuahua and a representative of President Francisco Madero.”
“Drag out that 40-year-old "bandido" greasepaint, Paul. . . you can play the aging "reconquista" who lays siege to a downtown L.A. hotel where he's been employed as a dishwasher for 40 years.”
“This sneaky creature will appear – wearing blue gloves and a bandido eyemask that conceals his identity from absolutely nobody – and attempt to swipe something.”
“Another corrido is about Joaquin Murrieta, native of Sonora who live in the Gold Rush era in California and became known as a cutthroat bandido.”
“They warned that a skylight is an easy entry for a bandido.”
“If a bandido murders someone, we take him to the woods and kill him," says da Silva.”
“And what a rediscovery it is: Scott stars as a tight-lipped sheriff relentlessly hunting the men who killed his wife, while fending off distractions from lovely Gail Russell and loquacious bandido Lee Marvin.”
“Used by famed bandido Pancho Villa as his headquarters for the only foreign invasion of the United States in history, the Pink House is now a great eating spot and shopping mecca for travelers.”
“Tempos modernos, estes, em que um homem ou uma mulher, sejamos igualitários já não tem tempo para ir cantando a sua canção do bandido...”
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