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Series cast summary:
Paloma Hurtado ...
 Viuda de Poco / ... (263 episodes, 1976-1994)
Teresa Hurtado ...
 Inmaculada 'La Seño' / ... (252 episodes, 1982-1994)
Fernanda Hurtado ...
 Mari-Puri / ... (252 episodes, 1982-1994)
Mayra Gómez Kemp ...
 Herself - Host / ... (196 episodes, 1976-1992)
Raúl Sender ...
 Staff Humorist / ... (169 episodes, 1982-1992)
Arévalo ...
 Staff Humorist / ... (153 episodes, 1983-2004)
Kiko Ledgard ...
 Host (138 episodes, 1972-1992)
Kim Manning ...
 Herself - Secretaria / ... (132 episodes, 1983-1992)
Fedra Lorente ...
 La Bombi / ... (131 episodes, 1983-1993)
Bigote Arrocet ...
 Staff Humorist / ... (118 episodes, 1977-1992)
Gloria Fernández ...
 Secretaria (106 episodes, 1983-1988)


This was a contest composed by three parts. In the first part, there were three couples composed by a male and a female that had to give the highest amount of answers to the questions they were given. The more answers they gave in 45 seconds, the highest amount of money they earned. Each couple was given three questions. When they gave a wrong answer, or repeated any of the previosly given ones, the miserlies, who hated to see the contestants win money, rang a bell and made them stop answering. The couple with the highest amount of money returned the next week, and the other two went on to the next part of the contest, wich was a test. The winning couple went on to the best part of the program, which was a show of music, humour and surprises. When each performance was finished, an object related to it was taken to a table. Each object had a card with a prize. The host read a part of the card and the couple had to figure out the rest. When there were three objects on the table, they ... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

24 April 1972 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

1-2-3  »

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Technical Specs


| (1987-1988)

Sound Mix:



(1972-1973)| (1976-2004)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Narciso Ibañez Serrador decided not to credit himself on the first chapters of the first season because his father thought creating a game show would ruin his career and his father, Narciso Ibañez Menta, almost forbade him to do it. When the show became a huge success in Spain, journalists started demanding the name of the father of the creature, and so, from the 16th chapter, in the titles it was read for the first time the famous phrase "Si algo falla, el responsable es... Narciso Ibáñez Serrador" ("if something goes wrong, put the blame on... Narciso Ibáñez Serrador"), a phrase that was used on the titles season after season, even in 2004. See more »


Referenced in Dark Blue Almost Black (2006) See more »


Porque a mí nadie me hace callar
Composed by Eddie Guerin
Performed by Salvador Aldeguer
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The best spanish TV show of all history
27 September 2003 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Every form of entertainment can be found in this program: if you like music, this is your program. If you like jokes and humour, this is your program. If you like excitement and surprises, this is your program. If you like culture, this is your program. Everything can be found here, and everything is done perfectly. That's why this show has lasted for 22 years and now is coming back after 10 years of rest. Surely it will be again as successful as it was in the good years.

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