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Los platillos voladores (1956)

A guy and his girlfriend pretend to come from Mars.

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Marciano (as Adalberto Martínez Resortes)
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Saturnina
Andrés Soler ...
Prof. Saldaña
José Venegas 'El Bronco' ...
Venustiano (as José 'Bronco' Venegas)
Amalia Aguilar ...
Bailarina
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Padre de Saturnina
Famie Kaufman ...
Hija de Saldaña (as Vitola)
Pepe Ruiz Vélez ...
Locutor televisión (as José Ruiz Velez)
Julián de Meriche ...
Dr. Ivan
Roberto Y. Palacios ...
Prof. Chi Men Guen Chon (as Roberto Palacios)
Arturo Castro 'Bigotón' ...
Juan Balcazar, Presidente municipal
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A guy and his girlfriend pretend to come from Mars.

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Comedy | Musical | Sci-Fi

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Llegaron los marcianos  »

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First-ever Mexican movie about UFOs
5 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is a pretty obscure Mexican comedy which now seems to be a lost movie. It is mentioned as the first-ever Mexican movie about UFOs. I happen to have a Mexican lobby card of it. The illustrations and the one still, featuring a female alien and a robot, on that card, make me think that it might have been partially influenced from the British-made DEVIL GIRL FROM MARS from 1954. Web searches on Spanish-language sites come up with almost nothing. The only bit of information that I could find on this movies is that it was about a guy and his girlfriend pretending to come from outer space. If that plot synopsis is correct, then the movie would be a parody.


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