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History of Mexican Cartoons and Animation Part One
MExico has a rich history of producing cartoon and animations for speakers of Espanol and in some cases transtled to mahy languages.
Cantinflas y Sus Amigos is one those, having beent ranstled into Englih French and sevral other languages. (also known in Amigo and Friends in English) it is an educational children’s cartoon that was based on the Mexican cartoon series Cantinflas Show in 1979. The show, which focuses on a wide range of subjects to educate children, follows Amigo, a little comical character from Mexico, who goes on educational adventures through time and space and gets to visit Shakespeare, visit the ancient pyramids, and travels to other planets! The animated Amigo is based on the legendary character, Cantinflas
In 1982, Hanna-Barbera Productions dubbed the series into English and retitled it Amigo and Friends and aired in syndication across the United States The only two known actors were John Stephenson, who narrates each episode and Don Messick, who voiced Amigo.
Enjoy a Playlist with 40 episodes of Cantinflas y Sus Amigos
¡Mucha Lucha! is an American-Mexican animated television series that premiered on Kids’ WB on August of 2002. It was created by Eddie Mort and Lili Chin and produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It is the first animated television series created with Adobe Flash, a program which has since become widely used as a medium for animation. The show was also seen on Teletoon in Canada, CITV, Kix! and Disney XD in the UK, and Cartoon Network worldwide (including the US).
The show is set in a fictional Southern California town centered on lucha libre (nearly everyone in the town has a mask and costume and a signature move) and is essentially about the adventures of three children, Rikochet, Buena Girl, and the Flea, as they struggle through the Foremost World-Renowned International School of Lucha, where they study.layed by the Mexican actor and comedian Mario Moreno Reyes. The show was created and produced by Televisa, then known as Telesistema Mexicano. The company was also responsible for the distribution of the show in Mexico.
¡Mucha Lucha! “Lucha School” – Pilot (2001)
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