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El regreso del monstruo (1959)

This is a secuel to "The Phantom Stagecoach" of the Zorro Escarlata (Scarlet Fox) movie serials, this time Sacrlet Fox battles a huge monster created by evil science and black magic,and in ... See full summary »
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Luis Aguilar ... Luis, alias El Zorro Escarlata
Tere Velázquez ... Teresita Morántes (as Teresita Velázquez)
Jaime Fernández ... Don Esteban
Pascual García Peña Pascual García Peña ... Pascual Delgadillo
Arturo Martínez Arturo Martínez ... Dr. Kracken
Fanny Schiller ... La bruja / doña Rebeca (as Fany Shiler)
Yolanda del Valle Yolanda del Valle ... Josefita
Roger López Roger López ... Comandante
Trío Los Mexicanos Trío Los Mexicanos ... Trío
Sergio Murrieta Sergio Murrieta ... Sergio
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This is a secuel to "The Phantom Stagecoach" of the Zorro Escarlata (Scarlet Fox) movie serials, this time Sacrlet Fox battles a huge monster created by evil science and black magic,and in the pure style of Gene Autry's The Phantom Empire,mixes,horror,sci-fi, and singing cowboys (in this case singing charros) to create one of the most bizarre and intresting combos of the 50s in mexican movies Written by Emmanuel Armas Esqueda

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Mexico

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Spanish

Release Date:

1960 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Return of the Monster See more »

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Mexico

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Mono
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Featured in Mexican Monsters on the March (1994) See more »

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Weird and quite intriguing entry
17 September 2012 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

A small rural Western settlement finds themselves under attack by a deformed witch and her henchmen looking for subjects to experiment on eternal youth formulas and use a local hero to stop their plans.

Quite frankly, this here is one of the weirdest Mexican horrors so far, though for a lot of good reasons. The decision to make the witch an articulate skeleton, able to move around and interact with the characters in it's scenes, gesturing and speaking aloud, is just unnerving and gives it a creepy quality that is really enjoyable and off-setting. Also, the rural setting of the main characters plays off the scientifically-advanced villains, as they manage to play with a tele-screen prompter, mind-controlling rings worn on their fingers and transformation serums is another off-setting feature, especially since the movie takes place in a Western setting, complete with horses and slow-loading rifles. Despite the singing interludes that grew tedious and a rather fun and spirited finale that's ruined by the hero having no real involvement in the defeat of the group, this one was pretty enjoyable.

Today's Rating-Unrated/PG: Violence


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