Villa Alegre (1973–1977)

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Credited cast:
Linda Dangcil ...
 Elena
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 Mario
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 Francisco
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 Soluna
Darryl Henriques ...
 Mimo
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
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Kenia
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 Himself (as Marco Antonio Martinez)
Julio Medina ...
 El Vendedor
Federico Roberto ...
 El Capitan
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 Pablo
David Yanez ...
 Carlos
Carmen Zapata ...
 Doña Luz
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Hazy memories of this fun show from the 70s.
24 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My sister and I used to watch this show on our PBS station. It followed "The Electric Company" and had "ZOOM" (our favorite) right after it...so we kinda had to watch it. Odd how we actually sat through it, learning Spanish and all. I remember the beginning vividly. It had sort of a paper maché rotating carnival with a spinning ferris wheel, and then fireworks came shooting out of it. If I recall correctly, the first half of the show was in English, then it repeated the whole show in Spanish. I remember there being a village, where people interacted with each other, and little vignettes where the would explore different things. I remember one of them being where popcorn came from. This is an early memory, so it would have to be in the early 70's when we watched it. Would love to see a compilation on DVD.


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