Tom Thumb and Little Red Riding Hood
|Tom Thumb and Little Red Riding Hood|
|Directed by||Roberto Rodríguez|
|Produced by||Manuel Rojeda|
|Written by||Fernando Morales Ortiz|
Adolfo Torres Portillo
Sergio Magana Esquival
|Starring||José Elías Moreno|
|Music by||Raul Lavista|
|Distributed by||K. Gordon Murray Productions|
Tom Thumb and Little Red Riding Hood (Spanish: Caperucita y Pulgarcito contra los monstruos) is a 1962 Mexican fantasy adventure film directed by Roberto Rodríguez. It is a sequel to two other imported films, Little Red Riding Hood (1960) and Little Red Riding Hood and Friends (1961). The dubbed version of the film was theatrically released in United States by K. Gordon Murray in 1965. The film was also released on VHS by Something Weird Video in 2002. An uncut version of the film with English subtitles was released on DVD as Little Red Riding Hood and Tom Thumb vs. the Monsters.
The film follows the adventures of Little Red Riding Hood (Maria Gracia) and Tom Thumb (Cesáreo Quezadas) and their friends, fighting against the wicked Queen Witch (Ofelia Guilmáin) and her band of monsters. The film starts at the meeting of the evil monsters in the castle in the Haunted Forest, heart of the Devil's dominion, during which the Vampire (Quintín Bulnes) accuses the big bad wolf (Manuel Valdés) and the ogre (José Elías Moreno) of betraying the Queen Witch (La Reina Bruja, renamed the Queen of Badness in the English dub), who orders them to be executed. Their friend Stinky the Skunk (Santanón) escapes, however, and informs Little Red Riding Hood and Tom Thumb, who promise to help. Meanwhile, the Queen and her sister the Old Witch cast a terrible curse, turning villagers into monkeys and mice for trying to defy her magic. The rest of the story details the heroes' quest to conquer evil.
- http://www.cinecutre.com/movie-review/caperucita-y-pulgarcito-contra-los-monstruos-1962/ (in Spanish)
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