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Miguel Gila

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The Ten Funniest Gila monologues in which he spoke by phone, of course, with the Enemy, phone sex, among others. This App is intended as a small tribute to this world Gila Android Digital, say that Gila has Androizado. The monologues that contain mp3 and which do not need internet connection to listen to, are:

- The Enemy.
- The War.
- The War Part 2.
- In Safari.
- The bill of the College.
- The Yokel.
- The phone sex.
- The Fireman.
- The Beggar.
- My Life.

This App is intended as a sincere tribute to Gila If you detect an error or any other mishap, please contact the [email protected] email address, and attempt to resolve the problem, the criticisms are welcome.

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Miguel Gila:

Gila was born in the Madrid district of Chamberí. Left fatherless at an early age and economic difficulties at home, left school at age 13. His first job was as a painter of cars. He resumed his studies until the second grade of aviation mechanics apprentice, and worked in the workshops Elizalde in Barcelona. He was subsequently milling in Aeronautical Constructions SA (CASA), in Getafe.

During the Franco

Began work as a cartoonist in "Exedra, '" magazine published in Salamanca by a group of academics to the years 1943 and 1944 and, later, in The Quail and Brother Wolf, but, according to his autobiography, success came in 1951 when he performed in Madrid and spontaneous Fontalba theater, where he told an impromptu monologue about his experience as a volunteer in a war. In the 1950s, starred in the radio.

In 1968, the "exiled" to escape unrecognized parenthood, taking up residence in the city of Buenos Aires Argentina. They launched a theater company and the satirical magazine "The Chicken" is also noted for his one-man performances in the program Saturdays circles. He made several tours throughout Latin America including Venezuela, where he participated in the comedy show "Radio Rochela" on Radio Caracas Television, invited by Tito Martinez's Box, and since 1977 also toured Spain. He returned to Spain in 1985.

His humor

The most common way of expressing their mood was through figurative dialogues (actually monologues) to the phone, whose manners sometimes bordered naive surrealism. In his monologues, it is noteworthy that not using profanity or controversial. In these mock telephone conversations had a catchphrase that has become famous: after asking for his alleged partner, Gila said "that you".

He died in 2001 in Barcelona, ​​because of respiratory failure due to chronic lung disease suffered.
Works

"The Book of Complaints Gila." Madrid. Sedmay Publishing, Inc. 1975
"Gila Red Book".
"From Gila with humor." Madrid. Publishing Basics. 1985
"I very well: how about you?". Madrid. Today's Publishing, Inc. 1994.
"And then I was born." Madrid. Today's Publishing, Inc. 1995.
"A free book." People Promoting Christian. 1996.
"Memoirs of an exile." Salamanca. Salamanca University Editions. 1998.
"Close Encounters of the hereafter." Madrid. Today's Publishing, Inc. 1999.
"Always Gila: Anthology of the best monologues." Madrid. Aguilar. 2001.
"Bedtime Stories better." Barcelona. Editorial Planeta. 2001.
"Tipologilas". Barcelona. Book Club. 2002.

Screenwriter

Besides working on the scripts of "gray" and "The man who was traveling slowly," Gila took part in the 1979 animated film "Tales of love and slaughter" directed by JA (Jordi Amoros), with script Gila, Chumy Chúmez, VAT and Jaume Perich, and with pictures of them all.

Data and Information Source: Wikipedia

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