Arruza (1967) Carlos Arruza
A biography about the life of Mexican Matador and artist, Carlos Arruza, from retirement to his return to the ring as the world's foremost master in the art of bullfighting. Superbly narrated by Pepe Alameda.
Starring: Carlos Arruza (with appearances from other matadors)
Viewer Quote: "This film was made by a veteran movie director, so it is well done----with much archival footage of the man, both in the arena and at home---the bull fighting scenes are excellent in displaying his masterful style and dominance of the bulls--and we even see him demonstrate his dangerous "PENDULO" move where he causes the bull to veer off at the last second and pass behind him as he swings the muleta from front to rear!"
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