Monday, August 4, 2008

EL PLANETA DE LAS MUJERES INVASORAS - Antonio Díaz Conde - "Space Stuff" (1966)

"El Planeta de Las Mujeres Invasoras" is a movie that starts off with so much potential!!

First, you've got 3 of the hottest Mexican luchadora actresses of the era!!!

Even though this film was never released in English, the title roughly translated by 100 Anos Tequila Blanco is "The Planet Of The Women Invaders."

Wow!! A flying saucer is landing at a carnival; where are they going with that, man, this is going to be good!

The Mujeres land and are checking out the carnival! Cool!! You gotta admit, if you were from space, and you landed on earth and one of the first things you saw was a 'Tilt-A-Whirl', you might be a little mixed-up too!

Seems like the space girls got a little confused! They didn't realize that the spaceship they saw was only a 'ride' to the moon!

So, continuing to explore, they enter the spaceship ride only to encounter a couple of macho dude ride attendants, who think these space gals are smokin' hot!

Zap!!! Sorry buddy, your come-on line was lame, and basically, so is the rest of this movie!!

Even the music in this film by the great Antonio Díaz Conde is not that great! The opening is spacey enough, but that's about it! At least, there is some boxing!!

And the gorgeous Dungeon favorite Lorena Velazquez!!

Don't forget California born blonde bombshell Elizabeth Campbell, who had quite a career in Mexican wrestling films performing primarily as "Golden Rubi." As you can see, it's totally lost on the earthlings in the background!

Elizabeth and Lorena discuss some very important stuff!

The only real saving grace in this movie is Lorena Velazquez, like here, she is the perfect space hostess with the mostness, and that's good enough for us!!

2 comments:

Greg Goodsell said...

Dig those crazy space helmets!

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