"Don Ramón" will always be remembered for his funny phrases and his worn clothes, made up of jeans, black shirt and blue cap; This visual does not differ much from the clothes with which Ramón Valdés used to be seen, an actor who gave life to the iconic member of the Mexican spectacle "El Chavo del 8", then to see him wearing a white jacket generated great agitation in the social networks.
With information from Infobae.
Miguel Valdés, grandson of the histrion that was consecrated in the Mexican television next to Roberto Gómez Bolaños "Chespirito", sported several unpublished photographs of his grandfather in his Twitter account, where they were well received by the fans of the character that he never had to pay the rent.
The most recent snapshot was published just a few days ago and shows "Don Ramón" smiling, but with a dress that surprised everyone, because it was rare to see him in such formal attire.
A treasure for me, a photograph of my grandfather signing my parents' marriage certificate, his smile shows his great happiness, he loved my father very much. It will be one of the few photographs you will see of my grandfather dressed in a suit, he always preferred jeans, shirt and sneakers. (I.e. pic.twitter.com/NAELfOqGOZ
– Ramón Valdés Castillo (@ RamnValdsCasti1) April 12, 2019
Miguel Valdés explained that the image was captured during the marriage of his parents and this is the reason for the elegance of his grandfather, who signed the act of marriage.
The young man, who works as a photographer in Cuernavaca, Morelos, added that Ramon Valdés loved his father very much.
Well, here I am (the red jacket) happy to receive a poster and a puppet of Don Ramon, who in turn is my grandfather hahaha What would it be to see your grandfather in a marionette? Hahaha what a happy time! pic.twitter.com/wfUo7gFoZo
– Ramón Valdés Castillo (@ RamnValdsCasti1) April 4, 2019
"It will be one of the few photos you will see of my grandfather dressed in a suit, he always preferred jeans, shirt and sneakers," Miguel wrote with the photo that was shared by 2,800 people and generated 16,000 reactions.
In the Twitter account were also shared never before seen photos of "Don Ramón", while giving a show in a circus or sporting his sailboat tattoo.
What a beautiful neighborhood … pic.twitter.com/kWgWlLR9o9
– Professor Jirafales (@EPJirafales) March 30, 2019
"They knew that Monchito worked for several years in the circus, traveling through various parts of Mexico, it took a lot of time to end up living with people, who would have liked to go?" Miguel said with that snapshot.
Ramón Valdés died on August 8, 1988 at 64 and 30 years after his death, he is still remembered by children and adults as a magnificent comedy actor who participated in over 90 films and for his character in "El Chavo del 8" . : "Don Ramon".
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"With permission," said Monchito, "If you are, if you will be!" And many other phrases were improvised by the actor born on September 2, 1923 in Mexico City, but raised in a large and low family of resources. Ciudad Juárez.
The day he set out to be "Don Ramón", "Chespirito" gave him only one indication: "Be yourself", with which he managed to be the only character that made him laugh for eight years that lasted in the program Mexican.