Thriller (1960–1962)
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The Bride Who Died Twice 

In a Latin American country, a sinister Colonel forces the Governor's daughter to marry him but she dies on their wedding night-or does she?

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Consuelo De La Varra
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Gen. De La Varra
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Col. Sangriento
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Capt. Bartolomeo Antonio Fernandez
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Sgt. Vibora
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Padre Herrera
Alex Montoya ...
Custodian of the Cemetery
Pepe Hern ...
Lt. Contreras
Marya Stevens ...
The Proprietor's Wife
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Monsignor
Natividad Vacío ...
Proprietor of the Cantina
Alberto Monte ...
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In a Latin American country, a sinister Colonel forces the Governor's daughter to marry him but she dies on their wedding night-or does she?

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19 March 1962 (USA)  »

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Predictable latter entry with Mala Powers
25 December 2008 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

In modern-day Mexico, General De La Varra (Eduardo Ciannelli) is forced to give his daughter's hand in marriage to the vicious Colonel Sangriento (meaning "bloody one") while sending the girl's fiancée on a scouting mission certain to end fatally. When the girl apparently dies following the ceremony, the evil Colonel (Joe De Santis) vows revenge, only to be denied a second time. A stellar performance from Ciannelli, in his second appearance on THRILLER (after "Man in the Cage"), with his beloved daughter Consuelo played by lovely Mala Powers ("The Unknown Terror," "The Colossus of New York," "Flight of the Lost Balloon," "Doomsday Machine"). Director Ida Lupino does her usual terrific job here but the predictable script defeats everyone in the end. Alas, this is no Romeo and Juliet.


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