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Guillermo Rivas ...
 Himself (1973)
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Héctor Lechuga
Alejandro Suárez
Manuel 'Loco' Valdés
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A funny lunatic.
22 June 2009 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

Loco Valdés makes this show totally worth watching. Maybe some situations are not that funny or clever but this man's performance is all about comedic skills that include gestures, moves, and even mimic! Heck, I could watch this man acting like a lunatic for 30 minutes and still be amused by his creativity and skills.

This show is rerunning on a special channel on SKY and watching it makes me feel I'm in the early 70's with plenty of cultural and social aspects going on. The clothing, music, and even settings are very colorful and transport us to the era of "peace and love". Loco Valdés knew how to capitalize it and delivers a really funny and clever show.

Watch it to witness an important part of Mexican comedic t.v. It's all about quality. Nowadays, it's sad that Mexican comedy is pure crap based on hot women on skimpy clothing and stupid jokes.


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