Miguelito Barraza He did not hide the annoyance he felt when the traveling comedians at their height, in the late 90s, tried to minimize the comedians who already existed on TV. “Some said ‘we beat these,'” said the popular ‘Chato’ in an interview with Danny Rosales ‘El Narizon’ and Lucky ‘El Español’ for the YouTube segment “¡Habla, causa!”, broadcast on June 8.
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It was Danny Rosales who assured that after the end of “Risas y salsa” several of its members spoke with resentment of the traveling comedians because they lost their jobs.
“Every program has a moment that (ends). It can’t last a lifetime.
They were young and the people from “Risas y salsa” were not. It is not the same to make laugh at 15, 20 years old, than at 45 “, Miguel Barraza replied.
“Risas y salsa” was a humorous program that was on the air from 1980 to 1990. In its first stage it featured Adolfo Chuiman, Román ‘Ronco’ Gámez, Enrique Espejo ‘Yuca’, Susy Díaz, Rodolfo Carrión ‘Felpudini’, and Manolo Rojas, Alfredo Benavides, Fernando Armas, Ernesto Pimentel la Chola Chabuca, el ‘Gordo’ Casaretto and Andrés Hurtado ‘Chibolín’ joined later.
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“What bothered me is that some said ‘we beat these guys.’ Their smoke went up,” said Miguel Barraza, speaking about the entry of street artists to television first with “The traveling comedians show” Y “The kings of laughter”and later with “The Laughing Walkers”.
“Did they get spoiled? Did the arrogance begin?” Added the comedian Lucky. “That’s right,” confirmed ‘Chato’ Barraza.
“You have stayed,” he told Danny Rosales. “The skinny one too,” he added about Kike Suero. “But the others, where are they?” he asked, alluding to the
Itinerant comedians who failed to make a career on television, such as Waferita, Pompinchú, Screw, Jofre, Cara de Chancho, El Cholo Jacinto, Fosforito, El Cholo Juan, Cotito, La Chola Cachucha, Cachay, Loncherita and Mondonguito, to name a few.
“They want to compare themselves with one, who was born. God pointed us out. On the other hand, you were of the moment, so don’t jump on the bandwagon because I’m older, I have more experience and, above all, the artist should not be confused with the art worker. The artist comes from the divinity of the Lord”, sentenced Miguel Barraza.
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The comedian Lucky took advantage of the moment to ask ‘Chato’ Barraza his opinion about the comedy that takes place in the streets. The humorist had no qualms about assuring that the new generation are ‘stupid’ because
“They think they’re funny because they make you smile.”
“A smile is easy, but it is not artistic. They pull down your pants and slap you, people laugh, anyone laughs, but
that is art?” It’s the easy joke.” express.