History Film / RedZoneCuba

3rd Jul '16 6:12:10 AM DuckDuckNoose
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* StageWhisper: A downright absurd example. After the sheriff reveals there's a reward of five thousand dollars for Griffin's capture, Cook sharply warns Landis "Griffin'll kill ya!" so he doesn't spill the beans; this is done at normal speaking volume, with the sheriff three feet away and staring right at the pair of them.
19th Jun '16 3:09:46 PM Ezclee4050
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In real life, the ground troops at the Bay of Pigs were almost exclusively Cuban exiles, and spent several months training in Guatemala.
13th Jun '16 7:18:12 PM Ezclee4050
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* LadyOfWar: The Cuban guard that Tom Servo identified as Patty Hearst and [[Series/TheDickVanDykeShow "Laura Petrie]]: Revolutionary".
16th May '16 5:39:54 PM krimzonflygon2
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->''"Night train to [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Mundo Fine]]\\

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->''"Night train to [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Mundo Fine]]\\Fine\\
16th Mar '16 9:32:19 AM DavidDelony
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* AuthorAppeal: Coffee, vigilantism, death, misery, light aircraft, death, misery, the "Yucca Mountain" location (probably somewhere in San Bernardino County, California), death, misery,coffee, big breasts aimed at the camera, death, misery, coffee -- it must be a Coleman Francis film!

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* AuthorAppeal: Coffee, vigilantism, death, misery, light aircraft, death, misery, the "Yucca Mountain" location (probably somewhere in San Bernardino County, California), death, misery,coffee, misery, coffee, big breasts aimed at the camera, death, misery, coffee -- it must be a Coleman Francis film!



* MustHaveCaffeine: It's not a Coleman Francis film without coffee.

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* MustHaveCaffeine: It's not a Coleman Francis Creator/ColemanFrancis film without coffee.
3rd Mar '16 10:03:26 PM DavidDelony
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* MustHaveCaffeine: It's not a Coleman Francis film without coffee.
3rd Mar '16 10:02:35 PM DavidDelony
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* AuthorAppeal: Coffee, vigilantism, death, misery, light aircraft, death, misery, the "Yucca Mountain" location (probably somewhere in San Bernardino County, California), death, misery, big breasts aimed at the camera, death, misery, coffee -- it must be a Coleman Francis film!

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* AuthorAppeal: Coffee, vigilantism, death, misery, light aircraft, death, misery, the "Yucca Mountain" location (probably somewhere in San Bernardino County, California), death, misery, misery,coffee, big breasts aimed at the camera, death, misery, coffee -- it must be a Coleman Francis film!
8th Jan '16 7:51:04 AM JamesAustin
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** TogetherInDeath, perhaps?
4th Dec '15 12:01:39 PM MarkLungo
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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: David Carradine is not only a "[[TheCameo guest star]]" but he also sang the theme song, "Night Train to Mundo Fine."

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: David John Carradine is not only a "[[TheCameo guest star]]" but he also sang sings the theme song, "Night Train to Mundo Fine."
4th Dec '15 11:52:17 AM MarkLungo
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''Red Zone Cuba'', also known as ''Night Train to Mundo Fine'', is a movie about... well, it's hard to say really. It follows Griffin, an escaped convict and outlaw played by none other than Creator/ColemanFrancis (who also wrote, produced and directed the film) and his two associates as they try to scrabble out a marginal existence as migrant workers in the American South (OK, it's obviously the trashlands around Lancaster in the days before meth labs). They learn that the army is planning to invade Cuba (good job on the whole "secret" thing, huh?!) and decide to sign-up -- so they can desert with the signing bonus. (Unfortunately for them, the Army doesn't pay cash up front.)

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''Red Zone Cuba'', also known as ''Night Train to Mundo Fine'', is a movie about... well, it's hard to say really. It follows Griffin, an escaped convict and outlaw played by none other than Creator/ColemanFrancis (who also wrote, produced and directed the film) and his two associates as they try to scrabble out a marginal existence as migrant workers in the American South (OK, it's obviously the trashlands around Lancaster in the days before meth labs). They learn that the army is planning to invade Cuba UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} (good job on the whole "secret" thing, huh?!) and decide to sign-up -- so they can desert with the signing bonus. (Unfortunately for them, the Army doesn't pay cash up front.)
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