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I have never been to Mexico, however I love to think of it as populated by an array of colorfully masked wrestlers tirelessly protecting the country against various monsters and aliens, between taking on competitions in the squared circle. This belief has been greatly influenced by the dozens of lucha-libre movies produced in the region through the 50s, 60s and 70s, a lot of which starred the most popular mexican wrestler of all: El Santo. Santo first began wrestling at the 1930s, but it had been when he began wearing his signature silver mask that his career really took off and from the 1950s (when he was already well into his 40s) he started his foray into cinema with Santo contra el cerebro del mal (Santo Vs. The Evil Brain, 1958). The next two years saw him filming in over 40 movies, frequently battling zombies, mad scientists or other mysterious creatures. By 1973 the genre'd certainly become a little formulaic, but Santo y Blue Demon contra el doctor Frankenstein (Santo and Blue Demon Vs Dr. Frankenstein, 1973) is a fine starting place for people interested in the genre and what it has to offer you. Surely cheap looking, however, featuring a remarkably spry Santo believing he had been in his late 50s, the movie has lots of pleasant fun for genre fans. To know El Santo, You Need to envision a mixture of Batman and James Bond. He's super smooth, a snappy dresser, and gets all of the women when he's not acrobatically dispatching of an assortment of competitions and saving the world from several supernatural threats. Also, he - together with his Luchadore spouses like Blue Demon inside this picture - never remove their masks. They wear them out to dinner, even when lounging by the pool, or even when just driving about. This status as a real life superhero m.. .