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Tato Bores was the best cinic, comic, acid, but still loveable character that our television has. His sons made up this apocryphal documentary based on his tv shows with a lot of respect, and (it's noticeable) with a lot of love.
For everyone interested in our recent history (1950-now), it's a must to see all the chapters of this document. For everyone interested in spoken comedy, too.
I've heard somewhere that this was the last time Tato was on Tv.
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