Night Train To Mundo Fine

  • 1966
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Adventure

Director Francis plays an escaped convict who hooks up with aimless adventure-seeker (and coproducer) Cardoza. They join a band of mercenary soldiers who intend to invade Cuba. Though Francis and Cardoza merely want to make some quick cash and have no vested interest in the struggle, they find themselves dragged onto the island anyway, where they are captured...read more

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Director Francis plays an escaped convict who hooks up with aimless adventure-seeker (and coproducer) Cardoza. They join a band of mercenary soldiers who intend to invade Cuba. Though Francis and Cardoza merely want to make some quick cash and have no vested interest in the struggle, they

find themselves dragged onto the island anyway, where they are captured by Castro's army. Eventually, they escape and make their way back to the US, where Francis is rearrested. Shot on 16-mm stock with a reported budget of only $30,000, and looking its cost, the film was theatrically released on

35 mm. Mundo Fine means the end of the world. The end of the line seems more like it for this cheap thriller made by the same people who produced THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS (1961). One highlight: John Carradine sings the title song.

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