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Santo el Enmascarado de Plata vs 'La invasión de los marcianos' (1967)

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The masked wrestler battles Martians intent on taking over the Earth.


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Title: Santo el Enmascarado de Plata vs 'La invasión de los marcianos' (1967)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Santo ...
Santo (as Santo el Enmascarado de Plata)
Wolf Ruvinskis ...
El Nazi ...
Beny Galán ...
Martian (as Beni Galan)
Ham Lee ...
Eduardo Bonada
Antonio Montoro
Maura Monti ...
Belinda Corel ...
Diana (as Belinda Corell)
Gilda Mirós ...
Manuel Zozaya ...
Prof. Ordorica
Consuelo Frank
Alicia Montoya
Roy Fletcher


The masked wrestler battles Martians intent on taking over the Earth.

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27 July 1967 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

Santo vs. La Invasión de los marcianos  »

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Santo and the Martian Invasion
11 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Over the course of his long career, the masked Mexican wrestler hero Santo the Silver Mask (Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta) appeared in dozens of movies, including this one. A group of scantily clad human-looking Martians is planning to teach us Earthlings to live peacefully without nuclear weapons and if a verbal warning is not enough, they are prepared to disintegrate mankind completely. Besides their primary mission, they also intend to kidnap some elite individuals for research purposes, among them the righteous muscle hero Santo and a brilliant scientist named Ordorica (Manuel Zozaya). However, Santo is not easily fooled by the Martians' schemes: the strong alien men and their seductive women, who all go by names taken from Ancient Greek mythology, must work hard to achieve their goals.

The movie is clearly all about the heroism of Santo; the goofy plot is secondary to the numerous and endlessly long fight scenes where Santo gets to show off his wrestling moves while everyone else just stands still watching their friends getting beaten. Some of the wrestling is pretty fun though and the seductress-Martians' hypnotic dance number is worth seeing, so even if the acting couldn't possibly be any more wooden, there's plenty to like in the movie: the futuristic but crude spaceship set and the Martians' tight outfits and wigs look rather amusing indeed. I don't think it was ever supposed to be a serious sci-fi thriller in the first place, but seeing it now, it's pure comedy and recommended to any wrestling fan and cult movie aficionado.

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