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29th Apr '16 10:32:32 AM dante8
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* Gomez in the Addams Family movies. Less so in the TV shows, where he is played by non-Hispanic actors.
14th Apr '16 5:33:31 AM KingLyger
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* Inigo Montoya from ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''. A noble, honorable swordsman who's only working for Vizzini [[PunchClockVillain to pay the bills]], he's really focused on revenge for [[YouKilledMyFather his father's murder]] by a six-fingered man. He also allows the Dread Pirate Roberts a few moments to catch his breath before dueling him. In the end, Inigo pulls a HeelFaceTurn (though he [[AntiVillian didn't have far to turn in the first place]]), and unites with Wesley to help rescue Buttercup.

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* Inigo Montoya from ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''. A noble, honorable swordsman who's only working for Vizzini [[PunchClockVillain to pay the bills]], he's really focused on revenge for [[YouKilledMyFather his father's murder]] by a six-fingered man. He also allows the Dread Pirate Roberts a few moments to catch his breath before dueling him. In the end, Inigo pulls a HeelFaceTurn (though he [[AntiVillian [[AntiVillain didn't have far to turn in the first place]]), and unites with Wesley to help rescue Buttercup.
14th Apr '16 5:32:31 AM KingLyger
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* Inigo Montoya from ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''. A noble, honorable swordsman who's only working for Vizzini [[PunchClockVillain to pay the bills]], he's really focused on revenge for [[YouKilledMyFather his father's murder]] by a six-fingered man. He also allows the Dread Pirate Roberts a few moments to catch his breath before dueling him.

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* Inigo Montoya from ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''. A noble, honorable swordsman who's only working for Vizzini [[PunchClockVillain to pay the bills]], he's really focused on revenge for [[YouKilledMyFather his father's murder]] by a six-fingered man. He also allows the Dread Pirate Roberts a few moments to catch his breath before dueling him. In the end, Inigo pulls a HeelFaceTurn (though he [[AntiVillian didn't have far to turn in the first place]]), and unites with Wesley to help rescue Buttercup.
11th Feb '16 9:41:30 AM rafi
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* Black Tarantula from ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' and ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'' Comics. The original Black Tarantula made his debut appearance by utterly demolishing Spider-Man in every encounter they had. Seriously, there wasn't a single confrontation between them that wasn't horrendously lopsided. Heck, one of Black Tarantula's flunkies made a habit of handing Spidey his backside. When she later got into a confrontation with Black Tarantula, he effortlessly killed her and then brought her back to life with his healing powers and put her back to work. This incarnation of Black Tarantula then experienced Badass Decay when he was later nearly killed by Bullseye with a single attack, and became something of an understudy to daredevil.\\\
A second version of Black Tarantula exists in the alternate MC-2 Universe. This version is the son of the one Spider-Man used to fight and has become both an archvillain, and a love interest to Spider-Man's daughter, Spider-Girl. After an impressive Story-Arc in which he was trying to win her as his mate, but also deceive her into helping him become to new Kingpin of Crime, Spider-girl learned the truth and was prepared to go at him with everything she had. Upon realizing that she was serious, Black Tarantula promptly got down on his knees and surrendered rather than be forced to beat the woman he loved, showing hints of the Latin Lover trope as well. Almost as soon as the prisoner transport taking him away was gone, he easily escaped. He has since defeated and taken control over an organization of trans-dimensional assassins in order to force them to cancel the contract on Spider-Girl's life.

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* Black Tarantula from ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' and ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'' Comics.''ComicBook/SpiderMan''. The original Black Tarantula made his debut appearance by utterly demolishing Spider-Man in every encounter they had. Seriously, there wasn't a single confrontation between them that wasn't horrendously lopsided. Heck, one of Black Tarantula's flunkies made a habit of handing Spidey his backside. When she later got into a confrontation with Black Tarantula, he effortlessly killed her and then brought her back to life with his healing powers and put her back to work. This incarnation of Black Tarantula then experienced Badass Decay when he was later nearly killed by Bullseye with a single attack, and became something of an understudy to daredevil.\\\
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A second version of Black Tarantula exists in the alternate MC-2 Universe.Universe of ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl''. This version is the son of the one Spider-Man used to fight and has become both an archvillain, and a love interest to Spider-Man's daughter, Spider-Girl. After an impressive Story-Arc in which he was trying to win her as his mate, but also deceive her into helping him become to new Kingpin of Crime, Spider-girl learned the truth and was prepared to go at him with everything she had. Upon realizing that she was serious, Black Tarantula promptly got down on his knees and surrendered rather than be forced to beat the woman he loved, showing hints of the Latin Lover trope as well. Almost as soon as the prisoner transport taking him away was gone, he easily escaped. He has since defeated and taken control over an organization of trans-dimensional assassins in order to force them to cancel the contract on Spider-Girl's life.


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* The Matador, a minor villain of ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}.
20th Jan '16 1:41:09 PM MarkLungo
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->''Fortunately for the Habsburgs, the union with Spain in 1519 gave them the services of the Spanish infantry, the finest in Europe: hardy, versatile, enterprising, and led by a hungry military aristocracy of the kind that was going to make Prussia so formidable in the eighteenth century.''

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->''Fortunately ->''"Fortunately for the Habsburgs, the union with Spain in 1519 gave them the services of the Spanish infantry, the finest in Europe: hardy, versatile, enterprising, and led by a hungry military aristocracy of the kind that was going to make Prussia so formidable in the eighteenth century.''"''



* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': Speedy Gonzales is both a figurative and a literal dashing Hispanic. Also, even though his shorts were perceived as potentially offensive to Latin Americans and Spaniards, he eventually became a popular cartoon character in Mexico.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': Speedy Gonzales WesternAnimation/SpeedyGonzales is both a figurative and a literal dashing Hispanic. Also, even though his shorts were perceived as potentially offensive to Latin Americans and Spaniards, he eventually became a popular cartoon character in Mexico.



4th Jan '16 4:48:47 PM nombretomado
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* Spanish [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot undead pirate]] Cervantes from ''SoulCalibur''.

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* Spanish [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot undead pirate]] Cervantes from ''SoulCalibur''.''VideoGame/SoulCalibur''.



* ''PunchOut'''s Don Flamenco, [[CharacterizationMarchesOn especially]] in [[SuddenlyVoiced the Wii Version]], which gave him a more serious-looking design, [[TookALevelInBadass made him less of a pushover to defeat]][[note]]Seriously, in his first appearance on the NES he could be defeated by just punching him endlessly until he falls down, with no need to stop.[[/note]], and gave him a [[SuddenlyVoiced gruff-sounding voice]] and dialog in his native language (i.e. Castilian Spanish).

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* ''PunchOut'''s ''VideoGame/PunchOut'''s Don Flamenco, [[CharacterizationMarchesOn especially]] in [[SuddenlyVoiced the Wii Version]], which gave him a more serious-looking design, [[TookALevelInBadass made him less of a pushover to defeat]][[note]]Seriously, in his first appearance on the NES he could be defeated by just punching him endlessly until he falls down, with no need to stop.[[/note]], and gave him a [[SuddenlyVoiced gruff-sounding voice]] and dialog in his native language (i.e. Castilian Spanish).
27th Nov '15 8:37:24 PM DoctorCooper
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Bonus points if he [[FamousNamedForeigner shares a name]] with a conquistador or an iconic Spanish author, if his LeitMotif sounds like ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS_AOjqeo-w on]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyXD290DZhQ steroids]], or if other characters literally call him [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep "the Spaniard"]]. May also be a LatinLover. Will probably make use of GratuitousSpanish. If male, his love interest is almost inevitably a SpicyLatina. Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease

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Bonus points if he [[FamousNamedForeigner shares a name]] with a conquistador or an iconic Spanish author, if his LeitMotif sounds like ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS_AOjqeo-w on]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyXD290DZhQ steroids]], or if other characters literally call him [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep "the Spaniard"]]. May also be a LatinLover. Will probably make use of GratuitousSpanish. If male, his love interest is almost inevitably a SpicyLatina. Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease\n

[[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease ¡Por favor, no añadir ejemplos de la vida real!]]
8th Oct '15 9:14:59 PM Fangusu
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* Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is a villainous example. He is shown to [[Badass have many skills]], and is admired by most of the contestants until they discover his true nature. In fact, he actually throws in GratuitousSpanish whenever he is frustrated, and the fifth season gives him a Spanish leitmotif that is based on Zorro's theme.

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* Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is a villainous example. He is shown to [[Badass [[{{Badass}} have many skills]], and is admired by most of the contestants until they discover his true nature. In fact, he actually throws in GratuitousSpanish whenever he is frustrated, and the fifth season gives him a Spanish leitmotif that is based on Zorro's theme.
8th Oct '15 9:14:05 PM Fangusu
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%%* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Speedy Gonzales, naturally. (In more ways than one.)
%%* Juandissimo in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''.
%%* Mermando from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''
%%* Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''.
%%* Most of the good guys in ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' could be considered junior versions of the Trope.
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%%* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: * ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': Speedy Gonzales, naturally. (In more ways than one.)
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Gonzales is both a figurative and a literal dashing Hispanic. Also, even though his shorts were perceived as potentially offensive to Latin Americans and Spaniards, he eventually became a popular cartoon character in Mexico.
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Juandissimo in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''.
%%* * Mermando from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''
%%* * Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''.
%%* Most
''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is a villainous example. He is shown to [[Badass have many skills]], and is admired by most of the good guys contestants until they discover his true nature. In fact, he actually throws in GratuitousSpanish whenever he is frustrated, and the fifth season gives him a Spanish leitmotif that is based on Zorro's theme.
* The entire cast of
''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' could be considered junior versions is made up of the Trope.
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8th Oct '15 9:34:51 AM GeneralSpecific
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* Advertising/TheMostInterestingManInTheWorld

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* In Anime/OnePiece Senor pink, [[BunnyEarsLawyer one of the executives of the Donquixote pirates, the one that dresses up as a baby,]] was one in his younger days,in fact even with age and weight gain every other character still acts like he is one.

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* In Anime/OnePiece ''Anime/OnePiece'' Senor pink, [[BunnyEarsLawyer one of the executives of the Donquixote pirates, the one that dresses up as a baby,]] was one in his younger days,in fact even with age and weight gain every other character still acts like he is one.



** From the same author, ''El Jabato''

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** %%** From the same author, ''El Jabato''



* The titular character of Creator/RobertRodriguez' El Mariachi Trilogy.

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* Colonel Luis Montoya, Big Bad of the Queen of Swords TV show.
* Gonzalo de Montalvo, the main character from the tv series ''Series/AguilaRoja''.

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* %%* Colonel Luis Montoya, Big Bad of the Queen of Swords TV show.
* %%* Gonzalo de Montalvo, the main character from the tv series ''Series/AguilaRoja''.



* The Cid (see Real Life) from Pierre Corneille's play of the same name.

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* %%* The Cid (see Real Life) from Pierre Corneille's play of the same name.



* Ramiro Cruz from ''VideoGame/TotalOverdose''.

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* %%* Ramiro Cruz from ''VideoGame/TotalOverdose''.



* Alejandro "Alex" Cortez from ''VideoGame/QuakeIV''.

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* %%* Alejandro "Alex" Cortez from ''VideoGame/QuakeIV''.



[[folder:Western Animation]]
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Speedy Gonzales, naturally. (In more ways than one.)
* Juandissimo in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''.
* Mermando from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''
* Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''.
* Most of the good guys in ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' could be considered junior versions of the Trope.
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[[folder:Western %%[[folder:Western Animation]]
* %%* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Speedy Gonzales, naturally. (In more ways than one.)
* %%* Juandissimo in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''.
* %%* Mermando from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''
* %%* Alejandro in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''.
* %%* Most of the good guys in ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' could be considered junior versions of the Trope.
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