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Los payasos (2004)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  29 December 2004 (Argentina)
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The history of the Aragon family and her identification with espectaculo of the circus. A documentary one that registers the best moments of the Spanish clowns Gaby, Fofo and Miliki to of ... See full summary »

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The history of the Aragon family and her identification with espectaculo of the circus. A documentary one that registers the best moments of the Spanish clowns Gaby, Fofo and Miliki to of its performances in cinema and television. From Pompoff, Thedy and Emig to the present generations. Written by Dario Billani

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Gaby, Fofo and Miliki: good time to see them.
16 February 2005 | by (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – See all my reviews

A good time to know the real story of this great group of clowns, I think this TV presentation must be shown in all Latin American countries that this trio of clowns (many times a quartet) used to work (It was only emitted in the province of Córdoba, Argentina). A beautiful selection of old sketches mixed with too many memories about the group. It's interesting to notice that the documentary just show sketches from the Spanish clown's show because there's no have surviving tapes from this Argentinian program. I don't know about others documentaries of Gaby, Fofo and Miliki, so this is the first about them. Is a good movie, but I hope don't be the last one.


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