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Immediately recognisable by his distinctive silver mask, the heroic wrestler known as El Santo ('The Saint') was Mexico's most popular luchador, becoming a folk hero and the star of a hugely popular series of action films. Santo vs. Infernal Men (Santo contra hombres infernales) was the second cinematic excursion for this icon of Mexican popular culture. The thrilling plot sees Santo team up with undercover cop Joaquín (Joaquín Cordero) in order to expose a gang of drug smugglers, with fights, chases, and musical numbers along the way. Made back-to-back with Santo vs. Evil Brain, and shot in Cuba in the final days before Fidel Castro entered Havana, Santo vs. Infernal Men is accompanied by the acclaimed feature-length documentary Perdida.
Immediately recognisable by his distinctive silver mask, the heroic wrestler known as El Santo ('The Saint') was Mexico's most popular luchador, becoming a folk hero and the star of a hugely popular series of action films. Santo vs. Infernal Men (Santo contra hombres infernales) was the second cinematic excursion for this icon of Mexican popular culture. The thrilling plot sees Santo team up with undercover cop Joaquín (Joaquín Cordero) in order to expose a gang of drug smugglers, with fights, chases, and musical numbers along the way. Made back-to-back with Santo vs. Evil Brain, and shot in Cuba in the final days before Fidel Castro entered Havana, Santo vs. Infernal Men is accompanied by the acclaimed feature-length documentary Perdida.
843501041789

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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: POWERHOUSE
Rel. Date: 09/19/2023
UPC: 843501041789

Santo Vs Infernal Men
Artist: Santo vs Infernal Men
Format: Blu-Ray
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Immediately recognisable by his distinctive silver mask, the heroic wrestler known as El Santo ('The Saint') was Mexico's most popular luchador, becoming a folk hero and the star of a hugely popular series of action films. Santo vs. Infernal Men (Santo contra hombres infernales) was the second cinematic excursion for this icon of Mexican popular culture. The thrilling plot sees Santo team up with undercover cop Joaquín (Joaquín Cordero) in order to expose a gang of drug smugglers, with fights, chases, and musical numbers along the way. Made back-to-back with Santo vs. Evil Brain, and shot in Cuba in the final days before Fidel Castro entered Havana, Santo vs. Infernal Men is accompanied by the acclaimed feature-length documentary Perdida.
        
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