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30th Mar '16 12:23:22 PM Borghen
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* El Indio (Gian Maria Valonte) of ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'' takes the worst traits of the bandito UpToEleven. A drug-addicted LargeHam who stalks women, murders families, rigs duels, and takes trophies from his victims, he spends most of the film in an opium-induced haze, while plotting to use [[AntiHero Monco]] and [[BestServedCold Colonel Mortimer]] to do his dirty work, wiping out his gang and leaving all the money from his robberies for him. In a departure from some of the stereotypes of the time, he was easily as smart, or smarter, then the film's protagonists.

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* El Indio (Gian Maria Valonte) Volonté) of ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'' takes the worst traits of the bandito UpToEleven. A drug-addicted LargeHam who stalks women, murders families, rigs duels, and takes trophies from his victims, he spends most of the film in an opium-induced haze, while plotting to use [[AntiHero Monco]] and [[BestServedCold Colonel Mortimer]] to do his dirty work, wiping out his gang and leaving all the money from his robberies for him. In a departure from some of the stereotypes of the time, he was easily as smart, or smarter, then the film's protagonists.
27th Mar '16 12:12:15 PM StFan
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* El Toro and his bandit gang from the ''ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise'' arc "A Few Flowers for the Colonel" are modern day banditos.
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* The [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Hungarian]] animated film ''Animation/CatCity'' has a gang of vampire bat banditos.
* A group of them serve as secondary antagonists in ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife''.
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** His two {{Expies}}, Cacopoulos of ''AceHigh'' and Max Lozoya of ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', are cheekier, slightly smarter and more good natured variations on the character.

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** * His two {{Expies}}, Cacopoulos of ''AceHigh'' ''Film/AceHigh'' and Max Lozoya of ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', are cheekier, slightly smarter and more good natured good-natured variations on the character.



* The [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Hungarian]] animated film ''Animation/CatCity'' has a gang of vampire bat banditos.
* A group of them serve as secondary antagonists in ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife''.




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* El Toro and his bandit gang from the ''ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise'' arc "A Few Flowers for the Colonel" are modern day banditos.

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* Some of the WesternAnimation/{{Quick-Draw McGraw}} villains were sillier versions of this.

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27th Mar '16 11:01:22 AM Psychopompos007
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* In ''[[Videogame/EighteenSixtySixAMountAndBladeWestern 1866]]'', there are two actual faction of them (the scalphunters and the Hoffman Banda), and any party deserter party counting an important number of soldiers from the Mexico faction fits this trope. Peyote Pablo is a hirable stoned bandito.
** The mod allows to hire prisoners and to choose which type of soldiers (American army, American lawmen, American outlaws, Mexican army, Mexican outlaws, Comanche, Apache) can be recruited in the settlements owned by the player. This and the possibility to play as a outlaw allows a player to lead a full bandito party.

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* In ''[[Videogame/EighteenSixtySixAMountAndBladeWestern 1866]]'', there are two actual faction several factions of them (the minor scalphunters and faction, as well as a random number of the Hoffman Banda), bandit armies, refered as "X Banda"), and any party deserter party counting an important number of soldiers from the Mexico faction (or from the Bandas) fits this trope. Peyote Pablo is a hirable stoned bandito.
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bandito. Also, the mod allows to hire prisoners and to choose which type of soldiers (American army, American lawmen, American outlaws, Mexican army, Mexican outlaws, Comanche, Apache) can be recruited in the settlements owned by the player. This and the possibility to play as a outlaw allows a player to lead a full bandito party.
4th Mar '16 11:16:12 AM Achaemenid
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->''If God didn't want them sheared he would not have made them sheep.''
-->'''Calvera''', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven''
29th Feb '16 3:49:38 AM Veanne
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* ParodiedTrope (InSpace) in ''Webcomic/{{Runners}}''. A bunch of very bandito-ish aliens give our heroes some grief. And root beetles.
18th Dec '15 12:06:01 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* Volonte's character Chuncho in ''Film/ABulletForTheGeneral'' is a sort of LovableRogue type.

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* Volonte's character Chuncho in ''Film/ABulletForTheGeneral'' is a sort of LovableRogue type.type, who again redefined the archetype as a complex, sympathetic figure.
10th Oct '15 11:56:34 AM DavidCowie
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* Volonte's character Chuncho in ''ABulletfortheGeneral'' is a sort of LovableRogue type.

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* Volonte's character Chuncho in ''ABulletfortheGeneral'' ''Film/ABulletForTheGeneral'' is a sort of LovableRogue type.
21st Sep '15 6:44:59 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* Tuco Benedicto Pacifico Juan Maria Ramirez (known as "The Rat") of ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', is something of an interesting, three-dimensional example. He became a bandido to survive because he grew up in poverty. And while not all that smart, he is very tenacious.

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* Tuco Benedicto Pacifico Juan Maria Ramirez (known as "The Rat") of ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', is something re-invented the Bandito character and set the trend for the "lovable underdog" variation of an interesting, three-dimensional example. He became a bandido to survive because he grew up in poverty. And while not all that smart, he is very tenacious.the trope.


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* Volonte's character Chuncho in ''ABulletfortheGeneral'' is a sort of LovableRogue type.
8th Sep '15 11:21:13 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* ''Film/ThreeAmigos''

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* ''Film/ThreeAmigos''''Film/ThreeAmigos'', as a parody of ''TheMagnificentSeven'' has an Expy of Calvera as its main antagonist.



** His two {{Expies}}, Cacopoulos of ''Ace High'' and Max Lozoya of ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', are a little smarter and are more cheeky and good natured variations on the character.

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** His two {{Expies}}, Cacopoulos of ''Ace High'' ''AceHigh'' and Max Lozoya of ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', are a little cheekier, slightly smarter and are more cheeky and good natured variations on the character.
24th Jul '15 10:48:00 PM foxley
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* ''Series/FrontierCircus'': Ben and a group of stagecoach passengers are captured by a gang of banditos in "Naomi Champagne".
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