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Agrelot's influence in radio (even beyond Puerto Rico, as El Vacilón de la Mañana fans may be a witness to), is way underreported here. There's little talk about his 200+ comedic characters, particularly his better known ones such as Don Cholito, Don Pulula, Speedy Gonzalez, Pasión, Serafín Sin Fin y Sin Meta, Soldado Manteca, and many others (as well known as Torito Fuertes). This needs a cleanup, and a good one... Demf 14:07, 2 August 2006 (UTC)
As to not produce a lopsided article that leans way too much on just one of Agrelot's many creatvity outlets, I strongly suggest that Don Cholito (Agrelot's alter ego) get his own article. Agrelot himself would have suggested this; he repeatedly stated that Don Cholito was his alter ego, but wanted people to consider it a character, not an extension of his personality. Of course, most Puerto Ricans never cared about the difference; to them, Don Cholito and Agrelot are one and the same. Any comments about this?Demf 19:31, 21 January 2007 (UTC)