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René Cardona (1905-1988) was a director, actor, screenwriter, producer and film editor in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. In 1937 he directed his first film in Mexico, Don Juan Tenorio, in which he also starred. His career became so prolific that between 1937–1986, he directed more than one hundred films, including Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy (1964) and Las mujeres panteras (1967). In the 1970s he produced and directed three films that achieved international success: Island of Lost Souls (1974), El pequeño Robin Hood (1975), and Survive! (1976).