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El ratero de la vecindad (1982)

The honest worker Robeto lives in a neighborhood but leads a double life. He is also the boss of a gang of thieves who make him believe he is a mobster gang member and the worker is his ... See full summary »
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Alfonso Zayas
Angélica Chain
Alberto Rojas ...
(as Alberto Rojas 'El Caballo')
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Mario Arevalo
César Bono
Queta Carrasco
Maribel Fernández
Adolfo Martínez Jr.
Gastón Padilla
Sebastian Soler
Chayito Valdez
Jorge Victoria
Gerardo Zepeda
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The honest worker Robeto lives in a neighborhood but leads a double life. He is also the boss of a gang of thieves who make him believe he is a mobster gang member and the worker is his twin brother. A girl arrives in the neighborhood and he falls in love with her. Written by lament

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Horrible production values for hilarious albures and more.
4 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Hilarious performance by Zayas makes this movie worth watchable. This movie has the "cream" of Mexican "R" rated comedians from the 70's and 80's (the two worst decades in Mexican cinema history); it features Zayas, Bono, and Rojas.

The situations are very funny if you are into "albures" and cheesy action sequences. The highlight of the movie, and probably, the scene that costed half of the budget involves our anti-heroes jumping from a building. Geez, the dummies were very cheap but the scene is hilarious.

Zayas shines in his role and demonstrates he was a key actor in Mexican's ficheras era.


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