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Tom Thumb and Little Red Riding Hood (1962)

Caperucita y Pulgarcito contra los monstruos (original title)
Follow up to Caperucita y sus tres amigos. Caperucita, the Wolf and the Ogre are captured by the Witch Queen, accused of treason by the Vampire. Caperucita, followed by a host of old and ... See full summary »

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María Gracia ...
Cesáreo Quezadas 'Pulgarcito' ...
Pulgarcito (Tom Thumb) (as Cesáreo Quesadas)
José Elías Moreno ...
El Ogro
Manuel 'Loco' Valdés ...
El Lobo
Santanón ...
El Zorrillo (as El Enano Santanón)
Ofelia Guilmáin ...
La Reina Bruja
Armando Gutiérrez
Miguel Inclán hijo ...
(as Miguel Inclán Jr.)
Alfredo de Soto
Elvira Lodi
Magda Donato ...
La Bruja Tontina
Quintín Bulnes ...
El Vampiro
Elba Eugenia Migoni
Manuel Vergara 'Manver' ...
(as Manuel Vergara 'Mamber')
Humberto Dupeyrón
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Follow up to Caperucita y sus tres amigos. Caperucita, the Wolf and the Ogre are captured by the Witch Queen, accused of treason by the Vampire. Caperucita, followed by a host of old and new characters begin the adventure to rescue their friends. Written by Anonymous

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2 February 1965 (USA)  »

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Little Red Riding Hood and the Monsters  »

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(RCA High Fidelity)

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(Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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Good lord...
20 December 2006 | by (ohio) – See all my reviews

I'm not sure how to rate this one. All I can say is that I am a creepy film lover. I have loved Eraserhead since the 80s, I dig Shinya Tsukamoto, David Cronenberg, Peter Haneke, all the notorious Italian cannibal films, mondo cinema, Jess Franco, Joe D'Amato. I've seen it all! But I am proud (ashamed?) to say that this is one of the first movies I have ever turned off because it freaked me out. Yes, its true. This children's movie (CHILDREN'S MOVIE!!!) actually gave me the creeps to the point where I had to turn the damn thing off.

The whole thing is just so transcendentally demented that you have to see it to believe it. I'd be curious to know the filmmaker's intentions.


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