Mexico City release: April 1966; 2 week run; Authorization: B
In this film, Blue Demon battles a black magic practicioner (Jaime Fernández) who has returned from the dead. In the first "episode" (this was an STIC film which was made in three parts), a wrestling match between Santo and Fernando Osés is shown. At the end of the second episode, Santo enters Blue Demon's dressing room--
Santo: "Congratulations, Blue Demon. I know that you, like me, have decided to dedicate your life and your energies to serve the [forces of] good. Many dangers and many troubles wait you. Don't lose hope."
Blue Demon: "Thanks, Santo. If I should need your help some time, tell me--can I count on you?"
Santo: "I'll always be there by your side if you need me."