El lobo negro Trailer

El lobo negro Trailer (1981)

20 February 1981 Western 90 mins

A version of "Zorro" (fox in Spanish) but this time is a wolf... and black, located in California in mid-nineteenth century

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Cast

Fernando Allende

as Carlos Aceves / El Lobo Negro / The Black Wolf

International Releases Dates

Spain 20 February 1981

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