Chanoc contra el tigre y el vampiro online dating, filmography
I realize that rabid fans of Chanoc's comic strip adventures may be slightly put out to find Chanoc in a subsidiary role, but at least in this one he enters within the first ten minutes or so. He even has three songs.
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JohnHowardReid 3 December Warning: These scenes seem designed solely to provide an excuse to showcase Raulito, who is certainly less incompetent here than in "Las Garras de las fieras. Animal handler Miguel Gurza does well in his role as the fiendish count, even though he seems uncomfortable with his fangs.
Instead of getting down to tin tacks with the no-account count, we are taken on a little tour of a Veracruz museum, and then for an extended harbor cruise, complete with copious underwater encounters with assorted yet harmless creatures of the deep.
Atmospheric photography by brother Raul Solares also certainly helps. It's a Tin Tan vehicle, after all.
Despite his slack handling of needless digressions, the direction by veteran Solares seems solid enough in the sequences that count. The lovely Lina Marin, however, wears hers with frightening effect. As a matter of slightly disappointing fact, most of the special effects are somewhat primitive, except for those featuring Miss Marin.
She is aided by excellent make-up and trick photography.
Chanoc vs. the Tiger and the Vampire
Admittedly, he doesn't do anything but smile and stand in the background, drinking milk and admiring Tin Tan's dancing and singing, but at least he's there. Sign in to vote.
Not that I'm complaining. His frantic scenes with the real tiger are a real stand-out! Every comedian worth his salt has at least one tangle with ghosts during his career.
Was this review helpful? Casal handles his chores as the hero ably, while Carlos Bravo contributes some very funny money business and I do mean "money" with Chucho Chucho.
After this alert, however, Tin Tan and Chucho Chucho take over the running. We all love Tin Tan's Tsekub who is a hundred times more personable, charismatic and engaging than his dead-loss, pain-in-the-ear brother, Ramon.
Spoilers This entry takes care to engage the attention of horror fans right from the jump with a short prologue in which a fanged Franquenhausen attacks an elderly villager.
Tin Tan had already starred in "La Casa del terror" and "El Fantasma del opereta" bothso it's a pleasure to now find him in a vampire-haunted castle, bouncing his jests off players like Aurora Clavell and Marisa not to mention Chucho Chuchoand expertly combining thrills with laughs.
We don't have to wait half-an-hour for him as we did in "Chanoc en las garras de las fieras.