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Madame Death

"La Señora Muerte" is the story of Marlene, a successful fashion designer who is deeply in love with his husband, Dr. Andrés and has a life of happiness. However, this soon comes to a sudden end when Andrés has a fatal heart attack due to Cancer. Before collapsing, Andrés asks Marlene to take him to Dr. Favel, as he will be the only one able to help her...

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"La Señora Muerte" is the story of Marlene (Regina Torné), a successful fashion designer who is deeply in love with his husband, Dr. Andrés (Victor Junco) and has a life of happiness. However, this soon comes to a sudden end when Andrés has a fatal heart attack due to Cancer. Before collapsing, Andrés asks Marlene to take him to Dr. Favel (John Carradine), as he will be the only one able to help her. In Dr. Favel's lair, the strange scientist attempts to bring back Andrés using Marlene's blood in a radioactive experiment that tragically fails, making Marlene's body "unstable" due to radiation (making her go from deformed creature to beautiful woman at moments). Favel thinks he needs larger amounts of women's blood, so now Marlene must kill for blood not only to return to normality, but also to save her husband's life. IMDB. 

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AKA:Señora Muerte, La
Director:Jaime Salvador
Year:1969
Language:Spanish, English subs.
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.5
Starring:John Carradine Regina Torné Elsa Cárdenas Miguel Ángel Álvarez Mário Orea

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