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(358) NEUTRON Debut (1960) + THE MANIAC (1963) Double Feature
(358) NEUTRON Debut (1960) + THE MANIAC (1963) Double Feature
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DOUBLE FEATURE
NEUTRON IN HIS 1960 DEBUT FILM PLUS NEUTRON VS. THE MANIAC

FILM ONE
NEUTRON EL ENMASCARADO NEGRO
[NEUTRON THE BLACK MASK] (1960) FULLSCREEN SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES 72 MINUTES
director: Federico Curiel
starring: Wolf Rubinskis (sometimes Wolf Ruvinskis)
Julio Aleman Armando Silvestro
Rosita Arenas
Jack Taylor (as Grek Martin)

FILM TWO
NEUTRON CONTRA CRIMINAL SADICO
[NEUTRON VS THE MANIAC] (1963) FULLSCREEN SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES 87 MINUTES
director: Federico Curiel
starring: Wolf Rubinskis (Wolf Ruvinskis)
Gina Romand Rodolfo Landa Chucho Salinas Jack Taylor

Here are the first two NEUTRON movies starring Wolf Rubinskis (later changed to Ruvinskis). More followed in the series (see NEUTRON VS DR CARONTE). For his debut film, Neutron has his hands full. A scientist named Walker illicitly gains control of a nuclear bomb and partners with the real villain, megalomaniac Dr. Caronte, who plans to conquer the world with an army of bulletproof zombies. The second movie opens with a young woman being attacked and killed on the street by a madman [in a black cape and white mask, wielding a huge knife] who is actually filming himself as he does it. Neutron follows the clues back to a very unusual insane asylum.

Wolf Ruvinskis was a masked Mexican wrestler in the 1940 through the '60s. For his films, he used the Neutron alias. Unlike the movies of his contemporaries [Santo, Blue Demon, Mil Mascaras, et al], the Neutron movies never include wrestling-in-the-ring segments. That action is reserved for his encounters with the villain (usually his arch-enemy Dr Caronte). Also, Neutron did not share a reluctance to remove his mask. For much of his film - especially when he's not challenging the bad guy(s) - Neutron participates unmasked, but often incognito. Sometimes Wolf would make 'out-of-character' movies with other wrestlers (SANTO VS THE MARTIANS). He moved to television in the late 1970s [starring in Jorge Rivero's Western series The Mexican]. Wolf Ruvinskis died from a heart attack while shooting the movie Los 6 Mandamientos de la Risa [The Six Commandments of Laughter] in 1999 at age 78.

Two Mexican Films with English subtitles; fullscreen, 72 + 87 minutes;
DVD encoded for WORLD FORMAT NTSC, playable on any American machine.
Double Feature in one extended DVD package


Violence/Mature Content

 
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