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The star of the Mexican comedy shows “El Chavo del Ocho” and “El Chapulín Colorado” will get a museum celebrating his life and work in June 2013, reports Notimex -- complete with one of the barrels El Chavo once called home.
The monument to the work of Chespirito, the stage name of comedian Roberto Gómez Bolaños, will be designed as a replica of the Chavo del Ocho’s neighborhood. Visitors will be able to see the shows’ original costumes, view the scripts, and walk through the houses of characters like Don Ramón, Quico and Doña Florinda.
The Chespirito museum will be located in Mexico City, though organizers still haven’t picked an official site. The public will have free access to the museum.
“The project began as something small and, thanks to the public support, kept growing,” Chespirito Group director Luis Jorge Arnau Ávila told Notimex. »
- The Huffington Post
El Chavo, La Chilindrina, Kiko, La Popis, Doña Florinda, Don Ramon and some of our other favorite characters from the Mexican television show El Chavo Del Ocho land on DVD this week featuring unseen episodes.
El Chavo del Ocho is a popular long-running Mexican television sitcom created by Roberto Gómez Bolaños who you might now as El Chavo, El Chespirito, and our favorite El Chapulin Colorado which ran from 1973 to 1992. Televisa and Vivendi are releasing the first volume of the funny series on DVD starting August 28th in its original Spanish language, but El Chavo Del 8: Volume 1 also comes with English subtitles. The new home theater release also includes never-before-seen episodes from the popular franchise.
El Chavo del Ocho is a beloved and classic show featuring memorable characters like
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