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Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy (1964) More at IMDbPro »Las luchadoras contra la momia (original title)

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1965 (USA) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Lorena Velázquez ... Loreta aka Gloria Venus
Armando Silvestre ... Armando Rios
Elizabeth Campbell ... Golden Rubí
María Eugenia San Martín ... Chela (as Ma. Eugenia Sn. Martin)
Chucho Salinas ... Chucho Gomez
Ramón Bugarini ... Prince Fujiyata
Víctor Velázquez ... Dr. Luis Trelles
Tona La Tapatia ... Herself - Wrestler (as Toña 'La Tapatia')
Irma Gonzales ... Herself - Wrestler
Chabela Romero ... Herself - Wrestler
Martha 'Güera' Solís ... Herself - Wrestler (as Martha Solis)
Magdalina Caballero ... Herself - Wrestler (as Magdalena Caballero)
Jesús Murcielago Velázquez ... Mao (as Murcielago Velasquez)
Mishima Ota ... Himself - Wrestler
Uroki Sito ... Himself - Wrestler
Nathanael León ... Fujiyata's Supplier (as 'Frankenstein')
Reyes Oliva ... Himself - Wrestler
Gerardo Zepeda ... Tezomoc (as Gerardo 'El Romano')
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Armando Acosta ... Detective (uncredited)
Julián de Meriche ... Dr. Miguel Sorva (uncredited)
Manuel Dondé ... Dependiente de hotel (uncredited)
Mario Sevilla ... Dependiente de sombreros (uncredited)
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Directed by
René Cardona 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Guillermo Calderón 
Alfredo Salazar  screenplay
Alfredo Salazar  story

Produced by
Guillermo Calderón .... producer
 
Original Music by
Antonio Díaz Conde 
 
Cinematography by
Enrique Carrasco 
 
Film Editing by
Jorge Bustos 
Joaquín Ceballos 
 
Production Design by
José Rodríguez Granada 
 
Set Decoration by
Adalberto López 
 
Makeup Department
Felisa Ladrón de Guevara .... makeup artist (as Felisa L. de Guevara)
 
Production Management
J. Luis Busto .... production leader (as J. Luis Bustos S.)
Luis García de León .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesús Marín .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Eduardo Arjona .... dialogue recordist
James L. Fields .... sound supervisor
José Li-ho .... sound editor (as Jose Liho)
Galdino R. Samperio .... sound re-recordist (as Galdino Samperio)
 
Special Effects by
Antonio Muñoz Ravelo .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Luis García .... lighting technician
 
Other crew
Ballet de Milagros Inda .... special participation
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Las luchadoras contra la momia" - Mexico (original title)
"Rock 'N Roll Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy" - USA (video title (recut version))
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85 min
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Featured in 100 Years of Horror: Mummies (1996) (V)See more »

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
You'll be pinned to your couch watching this!, 13 September 1999
Author: evilskip from in an Aztec Pyramid

There are 2 versions of this film.There is the Rhino release called "Rock And Roll Wrestling Women Vs The Aztec Mummy".The dialogue was removed and it was turned into a musical. It is also missing about 30 minutes of film. Skip that and watch this one.

To be short there is a gang of Oriental baddies led by the Black Dragon and his 2 Kung Fu sisters(long before the Kung Fu genre exploded).He wants the code of a map to an Aztec Pyramid that contains a golden breast plate.So using violence, hypnotism and a great closed circuit tv he attempts to gather all of the code.(If ol' skip had a closed circuit tv like that it would have been in the Wrestling Women's shower room hubba hubba).

The Wrestling Women are a couple of hot babes that can seriously kick your arse.They square off against the kung fu sisters in a duel to obtain the code.The kung fu sisters get their butts handed to them.Our intrepid band hustles to the pyramid to grab the treasure.

The Aztec Mummy is awakened when the golden breast plate is removed from his long dead sweetie. This boy is ugly,mean and sounds really scary.He moans and howls like he has a serious case of intestinal distress.He can also change into a bat and a spider.Everyone is in some serious trouble as the Mummy begins to slaughter seeking the breast plate.

As usual the comic relief in these movies really grates on you.He does have some cool lines but you would like to see the Mummy remove his pea sized brain forcibly. Some of the Wrestling scenes drag on but that is worshipped in Mexico and a main part of the plot.The Mummy doesn't show up until an hour into the film and that is too bad.He is pretty scary and vicious.

But this movie is better than average and deserves a look when you're in the mood for something not too taxing.

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