Santo en El Tesoro de Drácula

Mexico 1969

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Santo and Dracula's Treasure / Santo in 'The Treasure of Dracula' / El Tesoro de Dracula / El Vampiro y el Sexo
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Directed by René Cardona

After the successful invention of a time machine, El Santo and his friend, Dr. Sepulveda, must prove to their colleagues that it really works, and choose to do this by searching for Dracula's treasure. Dr. Sepulveda's daughter, Luisa, volunteers to step into the time machine and take a trip back to the 19th century. She returns with two bite marks on her neck and under Dracula's dangerous spell. Dracula is back with a vengeance! El Santo and friends must now match wits with Dracula and fight to the death

a.k.a. Santo and Dracula's Treasure / Santo in 'The Treasure of Dracula' / El Tesoro de Dracula / El Vampiro y el Sexo

Santo as Santo, el Enmascarado de Plata
Aldo Monti as Count Drácula
Noelia Noel as Luisa
Roberto G. Rivera as Dr. Kur
Carlos Agostí as Dr. César Supulveda
Alberto Rojas as Perico
Pili González as Paquita
Jorge Mondragón as Professor Soler
Fernando Mendoza as Professor Van Roth
Javier Rizo
Carlos Suárez as Ratón
Victor Manuel Gonzalez
Guillermo Hernández as Wrestler X (as Lobo Negro)
Roberto Y. Palacios as Jose, gardner
Gina Morett as Lupe, the maid

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As the 20th century evolved, rational man turned to science to explain mythology that had pervaded for thousands of years. How could a man be mistaken for a vampire? How could someone appear to have been the victim of a vampire attack? Science, in time, came back with answers that may surprise you.Anemia
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