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Writer:
Alfredo Salazar (story)
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Release Date:
24 May 1963 (Mexico) See more »
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Plot:
A mad scientist terrorizes a city by kidnapping young women with his ape-man Gomar and then using them... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Enjoyable low-brow Mexican horror... See more (12 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Lorena Velázquez ... Gloria Venus
Armando Silvestre ... Armando Campos
Elizabeth Campbell ... Golden Rubi
Roberto Cañedo ... Prof. Ruiz
Sonia Infante ... Alicia
Chucho Salinas ... Chema
Chabela Romero ... Carmela Camacho "Vendetta"
Martha 'Güera' Solís ... Wrestler
Magdalina Caballero ... Wrestler
Tona La Tapatia ... Wrestler (as Toña 'La Tapatia')
Irma Gonzales ... Wrestler (as Irma Gonzalez)
Jesús Murcielago Velázquez ... Marcado (as 'Murcielago' Velazquez)
Cavernario Galindo ... Wrestler (as 'Cavernario' Galindo)
Reyes Oliva ... Wrestler
Raúl Reyes ... Wrestler
Gori Casanova ... Wrestler
Mario Texas ... Wrestler
Gerardo Zepeda ... Gomar (as Gerardo 'El Romano')
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Armando Acosta ... Chief of Secret Service (uncredited)
Ramón Bugarini ... (uncredited)
Julián de Meriche ... Wrestling impresario (uncredited)
Manuel Garay ... Police agent (uncredited)
Jorge Mondragón ... Boris (uncredited)
María Eugenia San Martín ... (uncredited)
Víctor Velázquez ... (uncredited)
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Directed by
René Cardona 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Alfredo Salazar  story and adaptation

Produced by
Guillermo Calderón .... producer (as Guillermo Calderon Stell)
 
Original Music by
Antonio Díaz Conde 
 
Cinematography by
Enrique Wallace 
 
Film Editing by
Jorge Bustos 
 
Production Design by
José Rodríguez Granada  (as Jose Rodriguez G.)
 
Set Decoration by
Alfredo Penetre 
 
Makeup Department
Felisa Ladrón de Guevara .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Fidel Pizarro .... production chief
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Luis Gaytán .... assistant director
Felipe Palomino .... sub-director
 
Sound Department
James L. Fields .... sound supervisor
José Li-ho .... sound editor (as Jose Liho)
Javier Mateos .... dialogue recordist
Galdino R. Samperio .... sound re-recordist (as Galdino Samperio)
 
Special Effects by
Antonio Muñoz Ravelo .... special effects (as Antonio M. Ravelo)
Juan Muñoz Ravelo .... special effects (as Juan Muñoz R.)
 
Editorial Department
Joaquín Ceballos .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Sergio Jiménez C. .... titles (as Sergio Jimenez)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Las luchadoras contra el médico asesino" - Mexico (original title)
"Rock 'N Roll Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Ape" - USA (video title (recut version))
"Sex Monster" - USA
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Runtime:
77 min | Mexico:82 min
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Revealing mistakes: Obvious double for Lorena Velázquez in most fight scenes.See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Enjoyable low-brow Mexican horror..., 9 July 2009
Author: rixrex from United States

While not a film of any real significance or importance in the overall history of horror film, this is still an enjoyable treat, presenting the cinematic debut of the two lovely amazon wrestling women, Gloria Venus and Golden Rubi, who would then be re-united in the 1964 film, Wrestling Women vs Aztec Mummy.

These two girls are good examples of the kind of girlfriend a guy ought to have - buxom, beautiful, tough yet feminine, and they have jobs too.

The best thing about these Mexican horror films is not that they are frightening, for they aren't, but that they are fast-paced and adventurous fantasy, if silly at times, with good character humor. Always enjoyable and never too gruesome for the kids.

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