"Kebrina's Physic Answer" infomercial
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Did You Know?
[in 1994 interview about CHiPs
(1977)] We never drew guns on our show. Ours was a more informational type of show with a lot of kids in it. It was a totally different show than what they do today.
When he landed Johnny in Two Women, One Road
(1993) he had to take 30 straight eight-hour days of Berlitz Spanish lessons before he could begin. Originally slated for 100 episodes, the show went to 400-plus episodes, became the biggest telenovela in Latin-American history and revived Estrada's almost non-existent career.