Paco Stanley........ co-Emcee, and played Paco Pacorro. The show consisted of numerous skits, jokes and tricks played on the emcees. Another part of the success formula was adding guest entertainers such as, but not limited to, singers César Costa, Manolo Muñoz, and singer/dancer Laura Zapata. La Carabina de Ambrosio was a Mexican television show created and developed by Humberto Navarro, filmed at the Televisa Studios, Chapultepec in Mexico City, from 1978 until 1987. Since 2007, the show is in re-runs on TV Clásico. Roberto Ramírez Garza "Beto El Boticario".... Humberto Navárro y Moisés Suárez........Played the "La pájara Peggy" a huge awkward yellow bird. Use the HTML below. Looking for something to watch? This FAQ is empty. , Last edited on 5 September 2020, at 07:59, Video of Gina Montes dancing during the opening credits, https://web.archive.org/web/20090831042312/http://www.tvazteca.com/corporativo/prensa/boletin/44792.shtml, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=La_Carabina_de_Ambrosio&oldid=976826116, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Humberto Navarro, Guillermo Núñez de Cáceres. Gina disappeared suddenly from the TV show and from Mexico. At the time, it was unheard of that a Televisa executive would dress up in a big yellow bird suit and act silly on national television. Looking for something new to watch in December? Navarro started the show with Brazilian dancer Gina Montes. Actor/comedian Moisés Suárez replaced Navarro as La pájara Peggy. This was a scandalous costume for the era and stunned the television public when Gina bumped and grinded while white smoke was pumped in at her feet. Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. La pájara Peggy or "Peggy the Bird", Jorge Arvizu "el Tata"......... played roles as El Tata, Don Rutilano, Lim Piao, etc. There were comedy skits, outrageous magic from equally outrageous magicians, music, entertainers, vedettes all presented out of sequence. The Best TV Shows About Being in Your 30s. It is rumored that the reason there were so many emcees during the run of the show was due to the numerous tricks played on them. He developed La Carabina de Ambrosio with the theme of "you don't know what comes next." Created by César Costa. She was a sultry, dark-haired femme fatale who wore a black French-cut leotard with thigh-high high-heeled black boots. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Played by Mariana E de Castro (esposa de Gualberto Castro).......Magician, This page was last edited on 5 September 2020, at 07:59.  Navarro knew this was an outrageous presentation for conservative Mexican television, but the public loved it. a large, bright yellow, gawky bird that looked more like a duck and spoke in an obnoxious voice audaciously interrupting cast member. His addition of controversial and often meritorious Mexican vedettes to the show, such as Gina Montes and Wanda Seux, and their scandalous costumes (up to this point vedettes were not shown on Mexican television only in nightclubs and bars) brought in the highest rating in Mexican television during the era. (1978–1987). Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Add the first question. Alejandro Suárez.... co-Emcee, comedian and played roles as el Simpatias, el Vulgarcito, Supermam, etc. La carabina de Ambrosio Xavier López "Chabelo"......Comedian portrayed Guillo el monaguilllo, Pujitos, etc. The show hit number one in Mexico, and its success skyrocketed Navarro into fame. The recreations proved to be so popular that Hoy brought the series back as a permanent fixture and recently began its fourth season. Navarro knew what the Mexican television audience wanted, yet were too embarrassed to ask for. Here are some picks to fill your Watchlist. https://www.metacafe.com/watch/754925/la_carabina_de_ambrosio The slogan of the show was "A Magical, Comical, and Musical Variety Show." No one knew what had happened to her until recently. During the first two years of the show, Navarro himself dressed up in the yellow bird outfit and had outrageous interactions with the emcees, often whacking the unsuspecting emcee over the head with a wing or a kick in the shins with a big webbed foot. Maribel Fernández aka "La Pelangocha"......Played La Babis. View production, box office, & company info, Highest Rated Mexican Shows (Mejores Series de México), Programas de TV significativos en la vida de uno 80's. The show had guest emcees that included César Costa, Gualberto Castro, Fito Girón, and Manolo Muñoz. She opened and closed the show with her gyrations while the credits rolled. The slogan of the show was "A Magical, Comical, and Musical Variety Show." With Javier López, César Costa, Víctor Alcocer, Roberto Ramírez Garza. A memo from the owner of Televisa requested that Navarro find a replacement. Search for "La carabina de Ambrosio" on Amazon.com, Title: , In 2012, as a tribute to the classic variety show, Mexican morning talk show Hoy ran a series of segments that recreated famous sketches from Carabina in which the hosts would impersonate the characters and personalities from the original series. La carabina de Ambrosio (TV Series 1978–1987) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Fito Girón........... co-Emcee and singer. La Carabina de Ambrosio was a Mexican television show created and developed by Humberto Navarro, filmed at the Televisa Studios, Chapultepec in Mexico City, from 1978 until 1987. For example, long-time host Andrea Legarreta appears as dancer Gina Montes and Paul Stanley (son of Paco Stanley) acts as Chabelo. Humberto Navarro, creator and producer, of La Carabina de Ambrosio, was a young up-and-coming talent of Televisa. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. While the emcees sang a cast member would interrupt rudely and a comedy skit began. These slapstick antics sent the stage hands into uproarious laughter and sent Navarro's bosses into shock. The show had guest emcees that included César Costa, Gualberto Castro, Fito Girón, and Manolo Muñoz. The theme song was Quartz by Quartz.