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Buenas noches, señor monstruo (1982) Poster

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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."
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Last film starring the Regaliz child band.
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The LP also appeared in 1982, it included 12 songs (6 from the movie in side A, and 6 new songs on the B side). In the movie side there was the song "Doce campanadas" which doesn't appear in the movie. This was the last Regaliz's LP.
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The sound was all post-synchronized, only Luis Escobar, Andrés Mejuto, Guillermo Montesinos and Miguel Ángel Valero dubbed themselves. The rest of the cast was dubbed by other actors, including the Regaliz members (only in their dialogues not in the songs).
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Jaime Benet was actually dubbed by an actress, but Eduard Navarrete was dubbed by actor, despite in their previous film La rebelión de los pájaros (1982) an actress dubbed him.
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The movie wasn't released on DVD in Spain until December 18th, 2015, actually on the 33th anniversary of it's release in Madrid (December 18th, 1982).
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