History Series / Chespirito

4th Jul '16 1:10:38 PM BatmanKalEl
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* HeelFaceTurn: In the infamous episode where they watch a [[TearJerker particulary sad]] episode of ''Series/ElChavodelOcho'', they regret being thieves and start doing odd jobs afterwards.

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* HeelFaceTurn: In the infamous episode where they watch a [[TearJerker particulary sad]] episode of ''Series/ElChavodelOcho'', ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'', they regret being thieves and start doing odd jobs afterwards.
8th Apr '16 4:05:27 PM Siggu
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* GenreSavvy: The policeman El Chómpiras and El Peterete constantly come across with eventually stops regarding them as threats and tries to convice them to stop having a life of crime, especially to El Chómpiras.



%%* VillainProtagonist

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%%* VillainProtagonist* VillainProtagonist: The protagonists are two StupidCrooks.
14th Mar '16 6:45:01 PM ElBuenCuate
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* GossipEvolution: In the Samson's story. There was the story that he killed a lion in the Sinai desert and got 100 thousand dollars as reward. He clarifies (one mistake at a time) that actually he killed an angora kitten on the Chapultepec zoo and got a 100 pesos fine.
-->'''Samson''': But everything else is true.
26th Jan '16 2:04:08 PM ElBuenCuate
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* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All the public domain shorts were titled. "Story of '''''character'''''. Not as it was, [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation but as it could have been.]]"



* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All the public domain shorts were titled. "Story of '''''character'''''. Not as it was, [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation but as it could have been.]]"

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* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All the public domain shorts were titled. "Story of '''''character'''''. Not as it was, [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation but as it could have been.]]"RhymesOnADime: Don Juan Tenorio sketch.
8th Jan '16 12:18:35 PM ElBuenCuate
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!!Other skits provide examples of:
* PublicDomainCharacter: He made lots of skits about folk tales, fairy tales, or even historical events.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All the public domain shorts were titled. "Story of '''''character'''''. Not as it was, [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation but as it could have been.]]"
16th Nov '15 7:08:31 PM TheirKid
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* Expy: The main set and the main characters (and even the dynamics between them) are an awful lot like TheHoneymooners, although there are important differences, like Botija and Chompiras being thieves and Chimoltrufia being rather stupid.

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: The main set and the main characters (and even the dynamics between them) are an awful lot like TheHoneymooners, although there are important differences, like Botija and Chompiras being thieves and Chimoltrufia being rather stupid.
16th Nov '15 7:07:48 PM TheirKid
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* Expy: The main set and the main characters (and even the dynamics between them) are an awful lot like TheHoneymooners, although there are important differences, like Botija and Chompiras being thieves and Chimoltrufia being rather stupid.
4th Sep '15 7:38:30 PM nombretomado
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* MeaningfulName: Chaparrón Bonaparte is named after NapoleonBonaparte, [[NapoleonDelusion whose character is often related to lunatics]]. Lucas Tañeda is named after ''La Castañeda'', an old Mexican mental hospital.

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* MeaningfulName: Chaparrón Bonaparte is named after NapoleonBonaparte, UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte, [[NapoleonDelusion whose character is often related to lunatics]]. Lucas Tañeda is named after ''La Castañeda'', an old Mexican mental hospital.
5th Jul '15 10:23:35 AM JakesBrain
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* TheUnreveal: The doctor always carried a paper bag which would never play any part whatsoever in the plot, except to punch whoever dared to say that he was old (this happened '''at least''' OncePerEpisode). But once, his nurse and one patient asked him directly about the paper bag and he finally answered: "Tengo queles." "¿Queles?" "¡¿Qué les importa?!" (that could be translated as [[WhatsAHenway "I have nonoy." "Nonoy?" "None o'your business!"]]).

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* TheUnreveal: The doctor always carried a paper bag which would never play any part whatsoever in the plot, except to punch whoever dared to say that he was old (this happened '''at least''' OncePerEpisode). But once, his nurse and one patient asked him directly about the paper bag and he finally answered: "Tengo queles." "¿Queles?" "¡¿Qué les importa?!" (that could be translated as [[WhatsAHenway "I have nonoy.nunnayer." "Nonoy?" "None o'your "Nunnayer?" "''None o'your'' damn business!"]]).
1st Jun '15 10:04:05 AM MyFinalEdits
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** Lucas then thanks him, as if he had done him a favor.
* ThoseTwoGuys

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** Lucas ::Lucas then thanks him, as if he had done him a favor.
* %%* ThoseTwoGuys



* {{Retool}}

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* %%* {{Retool}}



* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Botija (Edgar Vivar) replacing Peterete (Ramón Valdés) in the '80s version of the show, although their physical appearances were polar opposites.
** Later, They start working on a hotel owned by Don Lucho (Carlos Pouliot); that hotel shuts down, and they start working on a similar one owned by Don Cecilio (Moisés Suárez).
* ThoseTwoGuys
** ThoseTwoBadGuys

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Botija (Edgar Vivar) replacing Peterete (Ramón Valdés) in the '80s version of the show, although their physical appearances were polar opposites.
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opposites. Later, They start working on a hotel owned by Don Lucho (Carlos Pouliot); that hotel shuts down, and they start working on a similar one owned by Don Cecilio (Moisés Suárez).
* ThoseTwoGuys
**
%%* ThoseTwoBadGuys



* VillainProtagonist
* YouLookFamiliar: During the first few years of Caquitos sketches, there wasn't much concern over using the actors who already had recurring roles to play other characters. This even included Florinda Meza, who would sometimes play a random passerby if she wasn't being used as Chimultrufia. Gradually, the supporting characters developed enough importance that this stopped happening.
** After the supporting characters developed their importance, other actors outside of Chespirito's ensemble were needed for one-time characters; many of these actors and actresses appeared in multiple episodes in different roles.

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* %%* VillainProtagonist
* YouLookFamiliar: During the first few years of Caquitos sketches, there wasn't much concern over using the actors who already had recurring roles to play other characters. This even included Florinda Meza, who would sometimes play a random passerby if she wasn't being used as Chimultrufia. Gradually, the supporting characters developed enough importance that this stopped happening.
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happening. After the supporting characters developed their importance, other actors outside of Chespirito's ensemble were needed for one-time characters; many of these actors and actresses appeared in multiple episodes in different roles.
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