In Joaquín Romero Marchent’s ANTES LLEGA LA MUERTE he was neither a villain nor a Mexican. In the Balcázar film CLINT EL SOLITARIO, he was not a Mexican villain but a gringo thug, of the sort one associates with Antonio Molino Rojo.
In STAGECOACH OF THE CONDEMNED, he was a villanous Mexican bandit. In ABRE LA FOSA, AMIGO, LLEGA…SÁBATA, he is Mexican and has a gang at his command at the very start, but not later on.
In ¡¡VIVA CARRANCHO!!, he is the lead and the script even seems to toy with the idea of giving him a romantic subplot with a female cook (Asunción Vitoria).
In THE RETURN OF RINGO, he plays a Mexican, but an upper-class one.