HECKLE & JECKLE<br />Las Urracas Parlanchinas<br />Show by Rodolfo Sánchez Garrafa<br />¯<br />[      – automatic ]<br />
Heckle & Jeckle<br />
Heckle and Jeckle are  a pair of black, funny and witty magpies. This pair of cartoon characters made ​​their debut in 194...
In Peru, a few years ago appeared a distant cousin of magpies, dancing in a television program. The host woman of the prog...
It is likely that this magpie will survive over time to his discussed host.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_oraqxSmS...
Heckle y Jeckle, son un par de urracas negras, graciosas e ingeniosas. Esta pareja de personajes de tiras cómicas hizo su ...
Music: El Chismefono de Magaly TV<br />Alltheimagesbelongstotheir original authors. <br />Someimageshavebeentakenfromthe w...
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This presentation talk about Heckle and Jeckle, a pair of black, funny and witty magpies. Rodolfo Sánchez Garrafa remembered that they were always looking for free travel, eat and stay free as well. In fact they succeeded, thanks to their intelligence and cunning. Today Heckle and Jeckle have a distant cousin in Perú.

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  1. 1. HECKLE & JECKLE<br />Las Urracas Parlanchinas<br />Show by Rodolfo Sánchez Garrafa<br />¯<br />[ – automatic ]<br />
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  4. 4. Heckle & Jeckle<br />
  5. 5. Heckle and Jeckle are a pair of black, funny and witty magpies. This pair of cartoon characters made ​​their debut in 1946 and went on to act in short television programs.<br />They were always looking for free travel, eat and stay free as well. In fact they succeeded, thanks to their intelligence and cunning.<br />Despite the time elapsed, we still fondly remembered Heckle and Jeckle. We have known them as Tuco and Tico in Latin America.<br />
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  13. 13. In Peru, a few years ago appeared a distant cousin of magpies, dancing in a television program. The host woman of the program, dubbed "The Magpie" by journalist Cesar Hildebrand, took the nickname and introduced to her pet in a reception section of gossip through the phone.<br />
  14. 14. It is likely that this magpie will survive over time to his discussed host.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_oraqxSmS0&feature=related<br />
  15. 15. Heckle y Jeckle, son un par de urracas negras, graciosas e ingeniosas. Esta pareja de personajes de tiras cómicas hizo su debut en 1946 y llegó a actuar en cortos televisivos. Ambos estaban siempre en busca de viajar gratis, comer y alojarse también gratis. De hecho lo conseguían, gracias a su inteligencia y astucia.<br />Heckle y Jeckle, que en Latinoamérica fueron conocidos como Tuco y Tico, todavía son cariñosamente recordados.<br /> <br />En Perú, hace unos pocos años apareció un primo lejano de las urracas parlanchinas bailando en un programa televisivo. La conductora del programa, bautizada como “La Urraca” por el periodista César Hildebrandt, asumió el apelativo e introdujo a su mascota en una sección de recepción de chismes por teléfono.<br />Es probable que este urraco le sobreviva en el tiempo a su mentora.<br /> <br />
  16. 16. Music: El Chismefono de Magaly TV<br />Alltheimagesbelongstotheir original authors. <br />Someimageshavebeentakenfromthe web. <br />Photosonslides 6 and 11 belongsto Rodolfo Sánchez G.<br />

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