This had to be one of the very last of its kind: a short documentary on the making of the film made as kind of a publicity tool. However, the film seems tired and aware its a dying breed and does virtually nothing to make me want to see this film.
I remember they used to do these all the time with films in the 1950's and 1960's--the pre-"Entertainment Tonight" era where now TV does their publicity for them.
This takes us to the little town in Mexico where the movie was filmed, tells a couple of tales while using little if any BTS footage--just clips from the movie for the most part.
It's definitely a relic of the past that probably knew it was a dying breed even back then.
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