Santo vs. the She-Wolves

  • February 7, 2014 / 18:00
  • February 9, 2014 / 14:00

Director: Rubén Galindo, Jaime Jiménez Pons
Cast: Santo, Rodolfo de Anda, Gloria Mayo
Mexico; 85’, 1972, color

Spanish with Turkish subtitles

Luba, the queen of the werewolves, is re-born with the mission of destroying the human race and rule the earth, but Cesar Hacker, a member of a family that has battled werewolves for generations, contacts El Santo and informs him that it is foretold that only a “silver symbol” can destroy the werewolves, so “the man in the silver mask” reluctantly accepts the challenge. Licán, the king of the werewolves, ships himself from Transylvania to lead the clan in their fight against Santo, who will have to kill Licán by the night of the great red moon, or risk becoming a werewolf himself.

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