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Los peloteros (1951)

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Ramón Rivero ...
Pepe
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Lolita
José Manuel Matos ...
Momo (niño)
Amilcar Tirado ...
Momo (adulto)
Perín Vázquez ...
Gregorio
Narciso Cobián ...
Amilcar
Daniel Colón ...
Luis
Celso Alvarado ...
Tato
Juan B. Figueroa ...
Nestor
Raúl Colón ...
Raulito
Escolástico Colón ...
Colo
Bolivar Rosado ...
Bolivar
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The best film in the History of Puerto Rico
19 January 2002 | by (Puerto Rico) – See all my reviews

This is the best film ever made in Puerto Rico. It was shot in 1953 using real kids in a Puerto Rico that no longer exists.

It features Ramón Rivero, better known as Diplo, the Charlie Chaplin on Puerto Rico, in the title role of `Pepe;' more proof of his incredible range as an actor/comedian.

The movie is based on a real story of a group of very poor kids REAL poor...(barefoot, playing with broken bats, torn mitts)...trying to raise funds for their baseball team.

Don Pepe (Ramón Rivero) is their coach, a man who no one but the kids (not even his wife) takes seriously.

There is a scene in this film that will break your heart, and make you cry; reminiscent of `Il Postino,' and `Cinema Paradiso' but in Spanish.

A classic. A gorgeous film for the whole family.

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