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Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy (1964)

Las luchadoras contra la momia (original title)
If you've ever longed for a movie about wrestling women who take on various monsters, this is it. There is Xochitl, a female mummy, and her lover Tezomoc who is also a mummy, and he can ... See full summary »

Director:

René Cardona

Writers:

Guillermo Calderón, Alfredo Salazar (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lorena Velázquez ... Loreta aka Gloria Venus
Armando Silvestre ... Armando Rios
Elizabeth Campbell Elizabeth Campbell ... Golden Rubí
María Eugenia San Martín María Eugenia San Martín ... Chela (as Ma. Eugenia Sn. Martin)
Chucho Salinas Chucho Salinas ... Chucho Gomez
Ramón Bugarini ... Prince Fujiyata
Víctor Velázquez Víctor Velázquez ... Dr. Luis Trelles
Tona La Tapatia Tona La Tapatia ... Self - Wrestler (as Toña 'La Tapatia')
Irma Gonzales Irma Gonzales ... Self - Wrestler
Chabela Romero Chabela Romero ... Self - Wrestler
Martha 'Güera' Solís Martha 'Güera' Solís ... Self - Wrestler (as Martha Solis)
Magdalina Caballero Magdalina Caballero ... Self - Wrestler (as Magdalena Caballero)
Jesús Murcielago Velázquez Jesús Murcielago Velázquez ... Mao (as Murcielago Velasquez)
Mishima Ota Mishima Ota ... Self - Wrestler
Uroki Sito Uroki Sito ... Self - Wrestler
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If you've ever longed for a movie about wrestling women who take on various monsters, this is it. There is Xochitl, a female mummy, and her lover Tezomoc who is also a mummy, and he can turn into a snake or a bat, which is difficult to get half-Nelsons on. Loreta and the Golden Ruby join forces to battle the evil Prince Fujiyata and his Oriental female Judo wrestlers. The mummy Tezomoc is male and on the good side of the struggle (at least he fights the bad guys). The lady wrestlers earlier appeared in "Doctor of Doom." Written by alfiehitchie

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In the English-dubbed version, some of the characters names were Americanized; for instance, Chucho Gomez is called Tommy, and Chela is called Charlotte. See more »

Quotes

Golden Rubí: [Tommy has found a hidden key in a hat] It's the key, Tommy.
[reading what's on the key]
Golden Rubí: Hotel Rio. The key has to mean something.
Armando Rios: And it means that my uncle has worked out a plan to turn the 3 parts of the Codex over to us.
[to Tommy]
Armando Rios: You've got to go to the Hotel Rio right away, Room 13. I'll bet you find the part of the Codex you're supposed to keep.
Chucho Gomez: [aka "Tommy"; hands the key to Rubi] You have to go to Room number 13 in Hotel Rio...
Armando Rios: *You're* the one that's going!
Chucho Gomez: [scared] All alone?
Golden Rubí: I suggest that ...
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Follows The Aztec Mummy (1957) See more »

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The Mexo-babes wrestle Mexicans playing orientals
17 July 2003 | by macabro357See all my reviews

(aka: WRESTLING WOMEN vs. THE AZTEC MUMMY)

Our two wrestling babes from DOCTOR OF DOOM are back, ready to kick some more ass.

This time it's a oriental villain called the Red Dragon who is having his gang kill off a group of archeologists who have stumbled on to code that will lead them to an Aztec treasure. The Red Dragon needs the last surviving member of the group, a Dr. Tracy, in order to get it. And of course our two wrestling babes are called in to help.

This one is so laughingly bad, it had my sides splitting. I love the scene where they encounter the Aztec mummy in the tomb and he looks like he's wearing a Halloween mask.

And then he changes into a bat, too!

(laughs)

The Something Weird video is doubled up with DOCTOR OF DOOM and has tons of extras including many trailers for other Mexican horror films they have in their library. Although the b/w print shows it's age, it's far better than the old grainy VHS tape.

6 out of 10 for giving it the old college try…

(more laughs)


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1965 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rock 'N Roll Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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