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Buenas noches, señor monstruo (1982)

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Jaime Benet ...
Jaime (as Regaliz)
Astrid Fenollar ...
Astrid (as Regaliz)
Eva Mariol ...
Eva (as Regaliz)
Eduard Navarrete ...
Eduardo (as Regaliz)
Fernando Bilbao ...
Luis Escobar ...
Andrés Mejuto ...
Doctor Frankenstein
Guillermo Montesinos ...
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El Hombre Lobo
Miguel Ángel Valero ...
El Hijo de Drácula (as Miguel Angel Valero)
Lorenzo Ramírez ...
Guia del museo
Rosa Redondo ...
Señorita Sara
Nina Ferrer ...
Señorita
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18 December 1982 (Spain)  »

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Good Night, Mr. Monster  »

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1.37 : 1
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This is the only movie in which Paul Naschy plays a wolf man who is not Waldemar Daninsky. He detested the script so he didn't want his beloved character in it. The wolf man in this film is just known as "El Hombre Lobo" (The Wolf Man) or "H.L." See more »

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El show del Hombre Lobo
By C. Moncada, Joaquín Oristrell (as J. Oristrell) and Félix Lapardi (as F. Lapardi)
Performed by Eva Mariol (uncredited), Astrid Fenollar (uncredited), Jaime Benet (uncredited) and Eduard Navarrete (uncredited)
Courtesy of Discos Belter
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15 January 2005 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This movie is the best. Mostly for kids, I watched it when I was little and I enjoyed it a lot, but I still love it. A great parody of the most popular classic horror films (Dracula, The Werewolf, Frankenstein...), starring the child's music band "Regaliz" performing very funny songs. The director is good and the actors manage to make us laugh very often. I keep good memories of this movie and I would love to see it again. I like it because it has very cool songs, it's so funny, exciting, you get a good laugh, and make children laugh at the classical monsters instead of fearing them. Very recommendable, both for children and adults who wants to remember their childhood besides laughing a little.


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