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Santo y Blue Demon contra el Doctor Frankestein

Santo and Blue Demon vs. Dr. Frankenstein

Mexico 1973
produced by
Guillermo Calderón for Cinematográfica Calderón
directed by Miguel M.Delgado
starring Santo, Blue Demon, Sasha Montenegro, Jorge Russek, Ivonne Govea, Ruben Aguirre, Jorge Mondragon, Angelica Chain
written by Francisco Cavazos, Alfredo Salazar, music by Gustavo César Carrión

El Santo, Blue Demon, El Santo and Blue Demon, Frankenstein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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To revive his deceased wife he keeps in deep freeze, evil Frankenstein Jorge Russek, abducts young girls to try out some brain-transplantation-experiments - Unfortunately with little success, as they only turn into mindless zombies with a predilection for murdering their next of kin (?!). Soon though, the scientist concludes he needs Santo for brain transplantation purposes (!?), & in order to lure him into a trap he abducts the daughter of our wrestler's deceased master, who Santo & Blue Demon brought up. Of course, Santo falls into that trap - even willingly - & ends up on an operating table, from which he is saved by Blue Demon in - literally - the last minute. 

Our 2 masked wrestling herose now turn the tables on the mad scientist & his gang, smash his lab, free the girl & capture most of Frankenstein's minions, but unfortunately the doc himself escapes.

To avenge himself, he now has his invincible creature Golem fight Santo in the ring, a fight even Santo cannot win. But Blue Demon finds out the secret of the mysterious masked wrestler Golem & his equally masked manager (Frankenstein), & our wrestling heroes manage to turn the tables again & after fighting the 2 villains on a catwalk high above the ground, they throw them down to their certain deaths.


Yes, I am a sucker for these Mexican masked wrestler movies, but this is definitely not one of the better Santo-horrors. Especially in the first half, the pace is way too slow, with too much talk overcomplicating the silly story & not enough action, even long scenes without any wrestler at all, & the story has many subplots thrown in at will, that are just introduced to take up some time & then abandoned altogether (for example, Santo & Blue Demon are briefly teamed up with 2 female detectives who are long gone from the plot before anything exciting happens, & Frankenstein hires 2 brain surgeons who are just introduced to the audience but never brought back at all). Still, a movie that has Santo & Blue Demon in suit & tie but wearing their traditional masks wrestling down some thugs has at least something to go for it.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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