History Series / ElChapulinColorado

18th Mar '18 3:40:06 PM nombretomado
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* SecretIdentityIdentity: El Chapulín doesn't seem to have a "real" identity besides being a superhero, and if he ever had one it may have been absorbed completely by the hero persona (for American audiences, it's kind of like TheTick). In an episode it's revealed that "Chapulín Colorado" is ''really'' the given name of our hero, from before he took his superhero role - apparently, his father was an entomologist and named his children after insects ("Chapulín" was picked in a raffle). And its implied that his real mother is [[{{Superman}} Lois Lane]]

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* SecretIdentityIdentity: El Chapulín doesn't seem to have a "real" identity besides being a superhero, and if he ever had one it may have been absorbed completely by the hero persona (for American audiences, it's kind of like TheTick).Franchise/TheTick). In an episode it's revealed that "Chapulín Colorado" is ''really'' the given name of our hero, from before he took his superhero role - apparently, his father was an entomologist and named his children after insects ("Chapulín" was picked in a raffle). And its implied that his real mother is [[{{Superman}} Lois Lane]]
28th Jan '18 8:20:09 AM Siggu
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* IdenticalStranger: "El caso de dos hombres que eran tan parecidos que eran idénticos, sobre todo uno de ellos" involves El Rascabuches finding out there's another person that looks exactly the same as him (both are played by Ramón Valdéz), and plans to kill him to fake his own death. In the end of the episode, while El Chapulín is discussing with the lookalike about this trope, his daughter brings her boyfriend, Roberto, who is played by Roberto Gómez Bolaños and therefore looks identical to El Chapulín Colorado.
14th Dec '17 5:33:50 PM nombretomado
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* WantedPoster: ''ElChapulinColorado'' once helped a western town to post wanted posters with the criminal's face and the inscription "Lo Queremos Vivo o Muerto - Mucho Cuidado". (Roughly "Wanted dead or alive - extreme caution") When confronted by the criminal Chapulin tried to appease him by ripping a piece of the poster so it reads "Lo Queremos Mucho" ("We love him/you a lot").

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* WantedPoster: ''ElChapulinColorado'' El Chapulin Colorado once helped a western town to post wanted posters with the criminal's face and the inscription "Lo Queremos Vivo o Muerto - Mucho Cuidado". (Roughly "Wanted dead or alive - extreme caution") When confronted by the criminal Chapulin tried to appease him by ripping a piece of the poster so it reads "Lo Queremos Mucho" ("We love him/you a lot").
13th Dec '17 11:18:03 AM Siggu
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* EvilHand: PlayedForLaughs in an episode in which El Chapulín loses his right arm and has it replaced through surgery. El Chapulín later tries to approach the surgeon to know why his new hand acted in a ''very'' graceful and feminine way - turns out, the arm was taken from a ballerina. In the end, he has his arm replaced again, getting a chimpanzee arm. A ''female'' chimpanzee arm, to El Chapulín's dismay.
8th Nov '17 3:16:45 AM Luppercus
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** Not to mention he can also travel in time, unless he's immortal, as some episodes are set during the UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy (around the 1600s-1700s) and the WildWest (1800) up others are set in the future when CasualInterstellarTravel is possible.

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** Not to mention he can also travel in time, unless he's immortal, as some episodes are set during the UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy (around the 1600s-1700s) and the WildWest (1800) up to others that are set in the future when CasualInterstellarTravel is possible.
8th Nov '17 3:15:56 AM Luppercus
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** The two-parter "El disfraz, el antifaz y algo más" featured short sketches involving parodies of Creator/CharlieChaplin, Creator/LaurelAndHardy and Creator/JerryLewis as well as other Series/Chespirito characters.

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** The two-parter "El disfraz, el antifaz y algo más" featured short sketches involving parodies of Creator/CharlieChaplin, Creator/LaurelAndHardy and Creator/JerryLewis as well as other Series/Chespirito Series/{{Chespirito}} characters.


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** Not to mention he can also travel in time, unless he's immortal, as some episodes are set during the UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy (around the 1600s-1700s) and the WildWest (1800) up others are set in the future when CasualInterstellarTravel is possible.
3rd Nov '17 10:26:44 AM Siggu
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* DelayedReaction: "[[MajorInjuryUnderreaction If you believe that hit did hurt me, ]][[BaitAndSwitch let me tell you that it did]]" and then El Chapulín faints. In other times, he'd simply not react from being hit until a few seconds later.

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"[[MajorInjuryUnderreaction If you believe that hit did hurt me, ]][[BaitAndSwitch let me tell you that it did]]" and then El Chapulín faints. In other times, he'd simply not react from being hit until a few seconds later.



* EagleLand: Uncle Sam, the Rival of Chapulín for heroic deeds. Some may argue if he is flavor 1 or 2.

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Uncle Sam, the Rival of Chapulín for heroic deeds. Some may argue if he is flavor 1 or 2.



* EleventhHourSuperPower: Used just once during a TV special: Chapulin turned a dial on his Vinyl Antennae to go into "Overdrive Mode," gaining super-speed and super-strength to quickly defeat a gang of pirates.

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* EleventhHourSuperPower: EleventhHourSuperPower:
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Used just once during a TV special: Chapulin turned a dial on his Vinyl Antennae to go into "Overdrive Mode," gaining super-speed and super-strength to quickly defeat a gang of pirates.



* {{Expy}}: Super Sam is a mix of {{Superman}} and Uncle Sam. He dresses like Superman and has Uncle Sam style beard, hair and hat.

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Super Sam is a mix of {{Superman}} and Uncle Sam. He dresses like Superman and has Uncle Sam style beard, hair and hat.hat.
** Doctor Panchostein, who is explicitly described as Dr. Frankestein's totonac version.



* ManChild: An episode involves an elderly man that is living his second childhood and becomes a danger to everyone else because he eventually gets a gun.



* NapoleonDelusion: An episode involves an elderly man who thinks he's El Chapulín Colorado after watching him too many times on TV, and starts viewing everyone else as villains or victims. After El Chapulín talks him out of it, the elderly man reveals he's not actually crazy, but he wanted to be El Chapulín Colorado because he's a hero unlike himself, a health inspector - and El Chapulín also talks him out of that as well.



* PeoplePuppets In the episode where Rubén Aguirre's character cannot control his hand movements, because of the [[AppliedPhlebotinum wristwatch]] he is wearing.

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* PeoplePuppets PeoplePuppets: In the episode where Rubén Aguirre's character cannot control his hand movements, because of the [[AppliedPhlebotinum wristwatch]] he is wearing.



* {{Sizeshifter}}

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** [[ManChild An elderly man in his "second childhood"]] in one episode is pretending to be a detective from Series/HawaiiFiveO.
* {{Sizeshifter}}{{Sizeshifter}}: One of El Chapulín's secret weapons, the Chiquitolina Pills, make him shrink significantly for a few minutes.
14th Oct '17 8:21:27 AM FoxBluereaver
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An AnimatedAdaptation has been airing since 2015.
17th Aug '17 1:05:23 PM Siggu
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* PowerPerversionPotential: After introducing how the Paralyzing Horn works to an attractive woman, El Chapulín would lure her to get paralyzed with her lips wide, so that El Chapulín would kiss her without her noticing what happened.

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* PowerPerversionPotential: PowerPerversionPotential:
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After introducing how the Paralyzing Horn works to an attractive woman, El Chapulín would lure her to get paralyzed with her lips wide, so that El Chapulín would kiss her without her noticing what happened.happened.
** In a very early sketch, El Chapulín steals a magic wand from a stereotypical WickedWitch and threatens to use it on her. Eventually he uses it... and turns her into a beautiful woman.
9th Aug '17 8:14:01 PM Siggu
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** The episode in which El Cuajináis pretends to be dead involves a detective called Series/{{Cannon}}.
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