"La Sombra Del Murciélago" is one more amazing Blue Demon movie, this time featuring the performances by the ever so talented Puerto Rican diva Marta Romero. The basic soundtrack music is provided by Jorge Pérez.
The first song we get to hear is performed by Marta is "Con Un Poquito Este Noche" written by Armando Manzanero, as the Bat Boy, Guy, Wrasslin' Thing leers at the TV!!
Bat Dude gets so worked up after that performance, he has to go wrassle with his buddy to get it all out of his system!!
Isn't it about time for another number from Marta, okay, this time, how about
"La Mentira," written by Álvaro Carrillo!!
About that time, Blue Demon shows up!!
Now what the Hell's going on?? "Wooly Bully" with a nutty sax solo! This movie rocks!!!
You girls Go! Go! "Wooly Bully, Wooly Bully, Wooly Bully! Watch it now, watch it now!!
Then Marta comes back with "¡Aye! Que Cruz" written by Federico Curiel, but all you really want is Wooly Bully" again or at least something exciting to happen! It's no wonder Marta turned to God in her later years, and ended her career as a gospel artist!
Even the In Crowd is getting restless!!
Finally something exciting happens, but is it too late??
Bat Guy Dude says, "I still rmember the days when it was two out of three falls, and a guy had a chance to come back and win!!! What happened??"