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Brácula. Condemor II (1997)

After their adventures in Aquí llega Condemor (el Pecador de la Pradera) (1996), Condemor and Lucas take a ship to Europe, but it sinks, and they save themselves from being drowned by ... See full summary »
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Chiquito de la Calzada ...
Condemor / Brácula
Bigote Arrocet ...
Lucas
Nadiuska ...
Baronesa
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Barón
Rubén Gálvez ...
Arnaldo (as Rubén Galves)
Carla Hidalgo ...
Lucía
Héctor Cantolla ...
Fernando Rebanal ...
Muriel (as Fernando Sánchez Rebanal)
Aramis Ney ...
Mago Negro
Juan Moltó ...
Chambelán (as Juan Molto)
Manuel Puchades ...
Contramaestre
José Luis Fernández ...
Willy
Francisco Hurtado de Mendoza ...
Indio
Carmen Martín ...
Sra. Jones
José Fermín Hernández Lázaro ...
Sr. Jones
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After their adventures in Aquí llega Condemor (el Pecador de la Pradera) (1996), Condemor and Lucas take a ship to Europe, but it sinks, and they save themselves from being drowned by climbing on a coffin. Floating on it, they arrive on the shore, where a group of spooky, ghostly characters mistake Condemor for Count Dracula, whose arrival they have been expecting for 200 years. Written by Pablo Montoya <mmontoyac@nexo.es>

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Referenced in De-mente (2016) See more »

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Ancient Findings
Composed by Rick Rhodes, Danny Pelfrey, Susan Fink
Megatrax - Multimusic, S.L.
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This is the maximum expression of fine art and intelligence you could ever find!
24 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

In this sequel, Chiquito Diudenarl makes his way to a sinister castle in Trebujena where he will have to fight for his life with the powers he acquired in his visit to Un Lago Negro Un Lago Blanco.

Once again, we will be flabbergasted with the incredible special effects, this time directed by the master of the trade Mister Lucah Bambino, son of the late figure from the classical Spanish cinematography Don Nopue Dorl, who brought us, back in the old days, great shows like "Fistro Dabajo" and "Tevihaserpupita". Pay special attention to the scene where our hero flies through the skies like a beautiful butterfly with his copyrighted war-cry "Soy un Planetariooorrr!", while his slaves dance and sing a masterfully crafted tune to his honor and servitude (composed by Aguanajei Demore).

For those unable to speak Spanish, they are missing a miracle and I pray to god for their souls. Chiquito-San said it himself: "Jaremore, eguanapeich".


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