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Planeta de las Mujeres Invasoras, El

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Mexico  •    •  86m  •    •  Directed by: Alfredo B. Crevenna.  •  Starring: Lorena Velázquez, Elizabeth Campbell, Maura Monti, Guillermo Murray, Adriana Roel, Rogelio Guerra, José Ángel Espinosa 'Ferrusquilla', Raúl Ramírez, Ethel Carrillo, Graciela Doring, Guillermo Álvarez Bianchi, José Chávez, Enrique Ramírez.  •  Music by: Antonio Díaz Conde.
    A flying saucer lands near an amusement park. Two attractive alien women leave the ship and enter a "space ride" which --coincidentally--looks exactly like their saucer. Dispatching the two operators of the ride with their ray guns, they substitute their ship for the fake one. The next night, a number of people board the ship, thinking it is part of the carnival: included in the passengers are a man, his wife, and their young son; Marcos, a boxer and his friend Silvia; a fat man; and Toño, a crooked gambler whom Marcos has just double-crossed, and his two henchmen Beto and Ramón. The "ride" begins, but as it turns out, the flying saucer is real! The two women aliens tells their unwilling guests that they are being taken to the planet Sibila.


Image from: Planeta de las Mujeres Invasoras, El (1966)
Image from: Planeta de las Mujeres Invasoras, El (1966)
EL PLANETA DE LAS MUJERES INVASORAS (1967) In the same year so the ship and sets didn't go to waste, Mr Crevenna sent the crew to the planet of the 'eternal shining sun'. Such creativity! You had to wear glasses in there and all the inhabitants were women. They had kidnapped some earthlings and now they had to be rescued. Lorena Velazquez was both the evil and the good witch, I mean, queen. The cutest girls (Elizabeth Campbell, Maura Monti), were sent to earth to get more information and the less cute ones (Monica Miguel, Lucia Guilmain), stayed serving the queen. What these women wanted from us were our lungs, so they could go everywhere where they could breath oxygen.

You're not going to believe this, but the ship the women use to take hostages to their planet is one from a State Fair, since people were already in it. I guess that toy ship could stand the hardship of space travel and everything! Don't miss LA NAVE DE LOS MONSTRUOS (from Rogelio A.

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