Table of contents for Mexploitation cinema : a critical history of Mexican vampire, wrestler, ape-man, and similar films, 1957-1977 / Doyle Greene.

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Acknowledgments	v
Introduction: Why Mexploitation?	1
1. Mexploitation: Horror, Mexican Style	00
	Mexican Horror Cinema in Social Context	00
	The Birth of Mexploitation	00
2. Mexploitation: A Critical Inquiry	00
	Camp, Cheese, and Counter-Cinema	00
	Mexploitation as Counter-Cinema	00
	Mexicanidad and Modernity: Visions of Mexico in Mexploitation	00
	The Chica Moderna and the Countermacho: Sex, Gender and Patriarchy
	 in Mexploitation	00
3. El barùn del terror (The Brainiac, 1961)	000
4. El Santo, el Enmascarado de Plata	000
	Santo and the Lucha Libre Film: A Brief History	000
	Lucha Libre and the Semiotics of Wrestling	000
	Santo as "National Allegory"	000
	Santo contra las mujeres vampiro (Santo vs. the Vampire Women, 1962)	000
	Santo, el Enmascarado de Plata vs. la invasiùn de los marcianos (Santo,
	 the Silver Masked-Man vs. the Invasion of the Martians, 1966)	000
	Santo y Blue Demon contra Drçcula y el Hombre Lobo (Santo and Blue
	 Demon vs. Dracula and the Wolf Man, 1972)	000
5. Las Luchadoras	000
	From Chica Modernas to Wrestling Women	000
	Las luchadoras vs. el mÄdico asesino (Doctor of Doom, 1962)	000
	Las luchadoras contra la momia (Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy,
	 1964)	000
6. El horripilante bestia humana (Night of the Bloody Apes, 1968)	000
Conclusion: The End of Mexploitation	000
Selected Filmography	000
Chapter Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Exploitation films -- Mexico -- History and criticism.
Sensationalism in motion pictures.