El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza

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El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza
Directed by Alejandro Lozano
Andrés Couturier
Produced by Francisco Arriagada
Fernando de Fuentes
Lynn Fainchtein
Jose C. Garcia de Letona
Screenplay by Augusto Mendoza
Starring Daniel Giménez Cacho
José María Yazpik
Héctor Jiménez
Regina Orozco
Edited by Camilo Abadía
Peyote Films
Átomo Films
Distributed by Videociné (Mexico)
Pantelion Films (United States)
Release date
  • November 30, 2012 (2012-11-30) (Mexico)
  • June 10, 2013 (2013-06-10) (AIAFF)
Running time
96 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish
Budget $2.3 million
Box office $946,300[1]

El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza (The Santos vs. Big Tits Mendoza in Spanish) is a 2012 Mexican adult animated comedy film based on José Ignacio Solórzano (JIS) and Trino Camacho's comic strip series. It was released in Mexico on November 30, 2012.[2] Along with the ensemble cast, the film stars Daniel Giménez Cacho, José María Yazpik, Héctor Jiménez and Regina Orozco.[3] It was produced by Ánima Estudios (through its adult label, Átomo Films) and distributed by Videocine.


Santos suffers with the divorce from Tetona Mendoza. The population in Sahuayo live and work with the group of regenerative zombies. When the group of females arrive to visit, Tetona orders Santos to eliminate the zombies. After Santos and Cabo Valdivia evade them, they learn that if anyone kills all zombies will become the town’s saviour. Santos challenges Peyote Asesino to make sure who will win the love for Tetona. The next day, Santos fails to kill one of the zombies at the park. After Cabo inspects the DNA cells, Peyote uses the truck with the singers to lure the zombies through the canyon cliff.

Despite Santos‘ failure, the officers inform him about the town’s abnormal situation. As the president, Tetona summons the female group of aliens from outer space. As Santos, Cabo and Peyote evade them, the three wander around town. At the science room, Santos and Cabo inspect the plate filled with the remains of the zombie virus. The aliens recruit Peyote, detain Santos and Cabo, and destroy the remains. The aliens imprisoned one of the male adults and force the female ones to work at the strip club. After Santos unites with his friends, they are forced to stay in prison. Cabo, revealing to be one of the zombies, asks Santos to protect him and the zombies, before the decontaminating population can annihilate them. Santos and his friends win the first round in the game of soccer, but the others plan to escape. After losing the game in the second round, Santos and his friends escape from prison, assisted by the Dark Charro and the group of saddlers.

Santos becomes a hero, and uses the DNA sample to spread the infection for everyone and revive the zombie population. Santos disguises himself as one of the decontaminated guests and confronts Peyote. The fight at the strip ensues, until Peyote slips an avocado, suffers a bone fracture and ends up on a mechanical wheelchair. Santos goes to the bathroom, urinates the smoking weed from the bowel that he accidentally swallowed and suggests Tetona to forgive him. The married couple have children.

Cast and characters[edit]


The film was released in Mexico on November 30, 2012. It was shown at the Annecy International Film Festival on June 10, 2013.[4]

Box office[edit]

The film opened at #6 behind Trouble with the Curve, Skyfall, Wreck-It Ralph, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and Rise of the Guardians, earning $3,689,871 pesos ($284,743 USD).


The film's soundtrack was available in iTunes, along with the ensemble song "Zombilaridad".


  1. ^ El Santos box office
  2. ^ ""El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza" llega a la pantalla grande". International Business Times. May 15, 2012. Archived from the original on January 26, 2013. Retrieved August 3, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Las voces de El Santos Vs. La Tetona Mendoza". November 18, 2012. Retrieved 12 November 2013. 
  4. ^ "Se presentará "El Santos vs la tetona Mendoza" en el Festival Annecy 2013". Cronica.com.mx. 1 May 2013. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 

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