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The Benvenuto family accompanied us for many years, from television, at our Sunday family lunches. Do you remember?
As in a mirror, during the early 1990s Sundays were replicated in the house and on TV. It is that, at the same time, what was happening in our homes, in a way, was reflected on the screen of Telefe -Yeah. Between 13 and 14:30, the Benvenuto family came together, live, to do what all Argentines do: mess .
The TV series had the particularity that it was broadcast live, which gave it a share of improvisation and freshness difficult to achieve in recorded programs. With a general idea and production by Hector Maselli, the comedy was based on his predecessor, Los Campanelli, who also had live lunch in the 1970s.
With Guillermo Francella as the main protagonist, the series was recounting the family entanglement of which he was always a witness and an accomplice. Every now and then some “colado” was added, which also ended up sharing a plate of pasta. with the family.
Boys and boys enjoyed the Benvenuto, because anyone could feel identified with that great family of Italian ancestry, like that of so many Argentines. At the end of each broadcast, all sitting at a long table, the closing phrase was always the same. Because no matter what happens or how difficult a situation can get, “inthe end, family first comes.”
On Sundays with the family
A box of surprises
Humour on the table
Homemade pasta and TV Sundays with
familyMimes, jokes and emotions
As dessert discussions
Chimentos, trick and coffee
Family is a typical clan
Share laughter the fight and the bread
Family is the most Faithful
Seems yours, mine and his
family a small countryIf it
's close together, it can be happy
The family invites you to pass
In the good and bad
It's always going to make you a place
Publication Date: 25/05/2020
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