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

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

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Santo ...
Santo (as Santo el Enmascarado de Plata)
Wolf Ruvinskis ...
Argos
El Nazi ...
Cronos
Beny Galán ...
Hercules (as Beni Galan)
Ham Lee ...
Morfeo
Eduardo Bonada ...
Luchador
Antonio Montoro ...
Luchador
Maura Monti ...
Afrodita
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Selene
Belinda Corel ...
Diana (as Belinda Corell)
Gilda Mirós ...
Artemisa
Manuel Zozaya ...
Prof. Ordorica
Consuelo Frank ...
Madre de Luisito
Alicia Montoya ...
Madre de niño secuestrado
Roy Fletcher ...
Padre de niño secuestrado
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The masked wrestler battles Martians intent on taking over the Earth.

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27 July 1967 (Mexico)  »

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Santo vs. La Invasión de los marcianos  »

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1.66 : 1
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Connections

Featured in The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (2005) See more »

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Rock del timbal
Performed by El Quinteto Maravilla
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Even a trash film is supposed to have at least a little internal consistency
21 May 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The ridiculousness of this film is very funny, what automatically makes it less bad than other awful movies.

Though, even when you make a film with bizarre costumes, a silly story, and bad acting, at least one expects it to have internal logical consistency.

This Mexican superhero film, though, contradicts itself too much seriously (for example, just a touch is enough to teletransport a human, but the Martians who wrestle against Santo cannot do it with him; besides that, the first alien to fight Santo has a disintegration ray but does not try to use against him, although having the hero as a powerful opponent, and only uses it against people who do not offer any risk to them).

Even the (excessively long) fight scenes are very bad (asslock, headbutt on the sphincter and other ridiculous attacks, with no visually impressive jump) and boring.


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