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The Champions of Justice (1971)

Los campeones justicieros (original title)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
El Médico Asesino ...
El Médico Asesino
Alejandro Cruz ...
Black Shadow (as Black Shadow)
Tinieblas ...
Tinieblas el Gigante (as Tinieblas el Gigante)
Sombra Vengadora ...
La Sombra Vengadora
David Silva ...
Dr. Marius Zarkoff / Mano Negra
Elsa Cárdenas ...
Jorge Pinguino
Marisela Mateos ...
Miss Mexico
Martha Angelica ...
Miss Sonora
Betty Velázquez ...
Miss Nuevo León (as Bety Velazquez)
Maribel Fernández ...
Miss Jalisco
Yolanda Rigel ...
Miss Puebla (as Yolanda Riquel)
Margarito Alonso ...


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Release Date:

21 January 1971 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

The Champions of Justice  »

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(RCA High Fidelity)


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A superior example of the genre
7 January 2007 | by (Portland Oregon USA) – See all my reviews

There is hardly a slow moment in this remarkable film, with one darned thing after another the whole time. From the obligatory wrestling match at the start it's all action with a little man in scarlet tights and cape unfolding his portable radio into a machine gun, and blasting away at the ring. A mad scientist's army of masked Midget Wrestlers kidnaps contestants in the Miss Mexico contest to be frozen and shipped off in crates. The little men are put under a sort of compression dome and given electric bracelets, making them unusually strong and able to wail the tar out of the Champions of Justice. The villains' car is equipped with machine guns in front and oil slicks in back, sending Mil Mascaras on his motorcycle over a cliff to dangle for his life. Blue Demon plunges out of an airplane with its pilot and rides the parachute to the ground, there is an exploding boat and spear-gun wielding frogmen. And that ain't the half of it. It's certainly the best, and probably the best budgeted, Masked Wrestler movie I have seen yet, and one that didn't require me to fast forward through long minutes of tedious explanation or flat and uninspired fight scenes. If you see only one Mexican Wrestler movie in your entire life, make it this one.

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