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Mexican comedy and humour

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 53. Chapters: Mexican comedians, Mexican comedy television series, Roberto Gómez Bolaños, Cantinflas, Ramón Valdés, El Chavo, El Privilegio de Mandar, Lupe Vélez, La Tremenda Corte, Vecinos, El Chapulín Colorado, RBD: La Familia, La familia P. Luche, Angélica Vale, Omar Chaparro, Germán Valdés, Una familia de diez, S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos, Radio Raza, Aida Pierce, La Carabina de Ambrosio, Víctor Trujillo, María Elena Velasco, Fannie Kauffman, Anabel Ferreira, Los Beverly de Peralvillo, Adal Ramones, Paco Stanley, XHDRbZ, Romney Brent, Eugenio Derbez, María Elena Saldaña, Manuel Valdés, Luis de Alba, Amalia Aguilar, Polo Polo, La Niñera, Miguel Galván, Gaspar Henaine, La Coacha, Carlos Espejel, Estanislao Shilinsky Bachanska, Mara Escalante, Guillermo Rivas, Desde Gayola, Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo, Jesús Graña, Una familia con Ángel, La Guerra de los Chistes, Ay María qué puntería, Andrés Bustamante, Cessy Casanova, Objetos Perdidos, Kaboom!!, No Manches, La parodia, Sabrina, Pablo Cheng. Excerpt: El Chavo del Ocho (English: ), commonly known as El Chavo, is a Mexican television sitcom that gained popularity in Spanish speaking America as well as in Spain, Brazil, United States and other countries. It centers around the adventures and tribulations of the title character, El Chavo - an orphan, played by the show's creator, Roberto Gómez Bolaños, and other inhabitants of a fictional apartment building, or as called in Spanish vecindad. The show traces back to June 20, 1971, where it appeared as a sketch in the "Chespirito" show, produced by "Television Independiente de Mexico", broadcast on Mexico's channel 8. In 1973, El Chavo moved to Televisa (Telesistema mexicano and Television Independiente de Mexico join) and became a weekly half-hour series. The show was cancelled in 1980, but shorts were still produced in Chespirito from that year until 1992. At its peak of popularity during the mid-1970s, El Chavo, having 350 million viewers worldwide, was the most-watched show in Mexican television. The frequent occurrence of Mexican idiomatic expressions makes El Chavo very hard to translate into other languages, save for Portuguese which is similar to Spanish. Theme music for the series was "The Elephant Never Forgets", a playful version of Beethoven's Turkish March in 1967 by electronic music pioneers Perrey and Kingsley. In Brazil, Peru, and other South American countries, the series is still very popular and had developed a large cult following by generation Y. It has been broadcast by SBT since 1984, and since November 1, 2010, it has been broadcast by the brazilian version of Cartoon Network channel. In the U.S.,Telefutura has been broadcasting the show since May 2, 2011. By 1971, Roberto Gómez Bolaños was already well-known in Mexico for his self-titled sketch comedy show, which aired on Televisión Independiente de México. He had already introduced El Chapulín Colorado and other famous characters. The cast of the series in 1979, recently after Quico left the s

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Titre: Mexican comedy and humour
Sous-titre: Mexican comedians, Mexican comedy television series, Roberto Gómez Bolaños, Cantinflas, Ramón Valdés, El Chavo, El Privilegio de Mandar, Lupe Vélez, La Tremenda Corte, Vecinos, El Chapulín Colorado, RBD: La Familia, La familia P. Luche
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Code EAN: 9781155951867
ISBN: 1155951867
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 56
Poids: 82g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T3mm
Année: 2011