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Hector Lavoe Jr. (Character)
from El cantante (2006)

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El cantante -- In their dazzling first on-screen pairing, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony bring to life this riveting tale of romance and redemption based on the true story of salsa.
El cantante -- The life story of Hector Lavoe who started the salsa movement in 1975 and brought it to the United States.
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Hector Lavoe

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  1. Lavoe (2011) Played by Angel Villagomez / Raúl Carbonell (as Hector Lavoe) / Reynaldo Alvarado (as Hector Lavoe)
    ... aka "The King Hector Lavoe" - Puerto Rico (original title)
    ... aka "The King of Salsa: The Untold Story of Hector Lavoe" - USA (festival title)

  2. El cantante (2006) Played by Marc Anthony (as Hector Lavoe)

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From El cantante (2006)
Priscilla: [referring to Puerto Rico] Where were you raised on the island?
Puchi: Oh, um, no. THIS island.
Priscilla: Here?
Puchi: Right here. I don't even remember what a palm tree looks like.
Hector Lavoe: It doesn't matter where she was raised, cause she got me now. Palm trees, beaches, pork hash, in person. It's like Berlitz dining.
Puchi: Maybe, uh, one day I'll get back to Puerto Rico. I get there.
Hector Lavoe: What did I say? You're there. Next, you meet my father. He thinks he owns the island.
Priscilla: We're from Ponce. All of our family still lives there. Hector and I are the only ones here. The only ones left. So, how long have you guys known each other?
Puchi: Oh, days.
Hector Lavoe: But it's destiny.
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