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    El chanfle

    • Year Released: 1979
    El Chanfle is a movie created by Roberto Gómez Bolaños, also known as Chespirito. It was filmed in Mexico in 1978. It is classified as comedy movie. El Chanfle (Roberto Gomez Bolaños is a waterboy at Club América who helps the coach, Moncho Reyes (Ramón Valdés) during soccer games, by giving the players water and helping them with shoes and everything else they need during the game. Constantly he daydreams during the games, causing him to accidentally kick the coach during penalty shots. He is married to Tere (Florinda Meza), a typical housewife, passionate about soccer, mainly because of Chanfle's job. Despite having been married for 10 years, they are not precisely in the best financial situation, to the point in which they could not afford fixing an old sofa, which falls to the back when someone seats on it. One day, Tere was talking to Chanfle about saving, and she said (talking about saving money): "See what I bought at the supermarket?". Then Tere showed Chanfle a pair of new shoes. So Chanfle said: "That isn't saving, that is spending!". After that Tere said: "Nope, it's saving, because I bought them in the supermarket and nobody charged me for them". After that, Chanfle
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    El chanfle

    • Year Released: 1979
    El Chanfle is a movie created by Roberto Gómez Bolaños, also known as Chespirito. It was filmed in Mexico in 1978. It is classified as comedy movie. El Chanfle (Roberto Gomez Bolaños is a waterboy at Club América who helps the coach, Moncho Reyes (Ramón Valdés) during soccer games, by giving the players water and helping them with shoes and everything else they need during the game. Constantly he daydreams during the games, causing him to accidentally kick the coach during penalty shots. He is married to Tere (Florinda Meza), a typical housewife, passionate about soccer, mainly because of Chanfle's job. Despite having been married for 10 years, they are not precisely in the best financial situation, to the point in which they could not afford fixing an old sofa, which falls to the back when someone seats on it. One day, Tere was talking to Chanfle about saving, and she said (talking about saving money): "See what I bought at the supermarket?". Then Tere showed Chanfle a pair of new shoes. So Chanfle said: "That isn't saving, that is spending!". After that Tere said: "Nope, it's saving, because I bought them in the supermarket and nobody charged me for them". After that, Chanfle
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    El esqueleto de la señora morales

    El esqueleto de la señora morales

    • Year Released: 1960
    El Esqueleto de la señora Morales (English: The Skeleton of Mrs. Morales) is a 1960 Spanish language black comedy film based on Arthur Machen's 1927 short story "The Islington Mystery". It is regarded by critics as one of the ten best Mexican films of all time. Pablo Morales (Arturo de Cordova) is a cheerful taxidermist, who lives with his bitter obsessive wife Gloria (Amparo Rivelles), who is extremely religious. After Gloria takes money Pablo was saving and gives it to the church and pretends he was beating her he takes his revenge by poisoning her. He then dissects Gloria's body and places her skeleton in the front window of his shop. The police and local priest become suspicious and he is put on trial but he manages to escape justice. Arthur Machen's original 1927 short story "The Islington Mystery" was based on the case of the famous murderer Dr. Crippen. Screenwriter Luis Alcoriza was influenced by his association with Luis Buñuel. This film is ranked 19 in the list of the 100 best films of Mexican cinema, in the opinion of 25 film critics and experts on Mexico, published by the magazine Somos in July 1994.
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    El padrecito

    • Year Released: 1964
    El padrecito (English: The Little Priest) is a 1964 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado. The young priest Father Sebastián (played by Cantinflas) is assigned to a parish in San Jerónimo el Alto, where he is not welcomed by the community, particularly the resident priest Father Damián (played by Ángel Garasa). The newcomer gradually earns the trust of the people through humor, but firmly captures their hearts by saving the town fiesta by fighting a bull when the hired torero failed to show. Father Sebastián counsels the townspeople, lecturing them on their duties in a modern society. He used the collection plate to redistribute the town's wealth more evenly. When accused of communism, he quoted the 1891 socially-conscious encyclical Rerum Novarum. He even ventured into politics, with a veiled attack on the municipal president couched into a sermon. Eventually, he brokers a deal with the local political boss for some concessions for the poor of his parish. Critics generally viewed the film as typical of the later Cantinflas films, a moralizing feature slim on originality. But some found the religious themes indicative of the spirit of Latin American Catholicism. Pope
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