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Santo contra el doctor Muerte (1973)

Mexican Wrestler "El Santo" must stop a gang of art thieves.

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(as Rafael R. Marchent)

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(story, screenplay and dialogue) (as José Luis Navarro Basso), (story, screenplay and dialogue)
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Santo (as Santo El Enmascarado de Plata)
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Paul
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Sara
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Dr. Robert Mann (as Jorge Rigaud)
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Peter
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Susan
Maribel Hidalgo ...
Ester
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Henchman
Lorenzo Robledo
Betsabé Ruiz
Mario Álex
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(as Beny Deus)
Emilio S. Espinosa ...
(as Emilio Espinosa)
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After a famous painting is vandalized, mexican Wrestler "El Santo" is appointed by the Interpol to solve the case and is sent to Europe, once in Spain, he finds out that the painting got damaged so it could be replaced with a counterfeit and that a ring of art thieves is behind the crime. Now is up to him to bring them to justice and recover the stolen paintings. Written by jairhcastillo

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This is for children
23 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I live between Canada and Mexico, I have therefore seen these movies on TV, and my friends have told me that these movies were made specifically for children and dim-witted adults, They lost audience in the 70's and by consequence discontinued, It is funny that in Mexico my friends 'children and grand children rather consider that these movies are more for mentally slow kids.

However every Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning Santo and other less famous'wrestlers movies are on the Mexican cable TV, so that leads me to affirm that they are targeted for children and old adults who used to watch them 40 years ago, one cannot avoid to look at them in order to remember the music, dresses, and B movie films of the 60's .


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