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Santo vs. las Mujeres Vampiro

Santo vs. las Mujeres Vampiro
File:Samson vs. the Vampire Women.jpg
Directed by Alfonso Corona Blake
Produced by Alberto López
Written by Alfonso Corona Blake
Rafael García Travesi
Antonio Orellana
Fernando Osés
Starring Santo
Lorena Velázquez
Jaime Fernández
Augusto Benedico
María Duval
Javier Loya
Ofelia Montesco
Cinematography José Ortiz Ramos
Editing by José W. Bustos
Distributed by Azteca Films Inc.
Release date(s) October 11, 1962 (Mexico)
1963 (USA)
Running time 89 mins.
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

Santo vs. las Mujeres Vampiro (also known as Samson vs. the Vampire Women) is a 1962 horror film starring the wrestling superhero Santo. The film was featured on a 1995 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The film was also featured on the television show Cinema Insomnia.[1]


Vampire women are awakened by their leader, The Evil One, in order to find him a bride. A local professor's daughter is kidnapped and he calls Santo to get her back.


  • Santo as Santo
  • Lorena Velázquez as Thorina, queen of the vampires
  • María Duval as Diana Orlof
  • Jaime Fernández as Insp. Carlos
  • Augusto Benedico as Prof. Orlof
  • Xavier Loyá as Jorge - Diana's fiance
  • Ofelia Montesco as Tandra, vampire priestess
  • Fernando Osés as Vampire
  • Guillermo Hernández as Vampire
  • Nathanael León as Vampire
  • Ricardo Adalid as Detective at Party
  • Cavernario Galindo as Himself
  • Ray Mendoza as Himself
  • Alejandro Cruz as Himself
  • Bobby Bonales as Himself



The film was featured in the season 6 finale of Mystery Science Theater 3000. It was Frank Conniff's final show before his departure, aside from a brief cameo in the season 10 episode Soultaker. Before his departure, he was a writer and actor for the show, playing TV's Frank, as well as the person in charge of selecting the movies to be mocked. It has been noted that the film was chosen due to Conniff's fondess for Mexican wrestler movies.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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