Wednesday, August 27, 2008

SANTO VS LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO (Samson Vs. The Vampire Women) - Raul Lavista - "A Tribute To Lorena Velázquez" (1962)

As far as Mexican wrassler superhero movies go, the Americanized Gordon K. Murray versions are even tackier than the originals because of the overacted overdubs, but if that translates into the fact that Santo was introduced to American kids on TV, even if he had to have a major name makeover as Samson, then I guess it was worth it!

Here's all the info you need to know about The Musical Credits!!!

Lorena Velázquez and a classic Buick, you'll be hard pressed to come up with a better combination than that!!

For the coolest of the cool dudes, it was all about suave and debonair!!

Changing Santo's name to Samson was pure 1960's ignorance!

Spectacular vision of the future of big screen TV!!

Wrasslin' and Vampires is good stuff in any language, and any film with Lorena Velázquez will be considered excellent, above reproach, and without argument as to quality or taste around here!!

What kind of fool wouldn't want to join this party?? Everyone knows that soul's have been an overrated commodity for some time now!

Lovely Lorena as Thorina!!

Watch Out!!! They are beutiful, but they bite!!!!

1 comment:

Greg Goodsell said...

To quote Groucho Marx on the films of Victor Mature, "I've never cared for a movie where the man has bigger tits than the ladies!"

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