In the last years of his life, andres garcia started a video blog where he shared some of his funniest anecdotes and that he was never able to share with the public, one of them was when he removed all the clothes in one of the programs most popular of that time on open television. This was the story of the day the actor exhibited himself in ‘always on sunday‘ and almost made the host of the program, Raul Velascoout to give the hospital of the impression.
‘always on sunday‘ was the most watched show on Mexican television in the 80’s, a time when andres garcia He was part of a litter of leading men who remained forever in the history of acting in our country. It is because of that, Raul Velasco considered it a good idea to attract the public to extend an invitation for the actor of Dominican origin to appear at his program and things got out of control that day.
During the broadcast of program, Raul Velasco questioned andres garcia about the reason why he had never done a nude in the cinema, a situation that made the actor blush, who pointed out that it has been something that the producers or directors have not requested but that he had no problem doing it in ‘always on sunday‘ and removed all the clothes. The segment titled “Conversations with Andrés” went to court immediately because in those years nudes were not shown on television.
The impression was such that Raul Velasco was about to go to the hospital after the interview with andres garciawho recognized the driver of ‘always on sunday‘ as one of the greatest presenters of all time on broadcast television. He program It was broadcast every Sunday without interruption at 4:30 p.m. and ended until 10:00 p.m. during the 80’s, in which it had the best Mexican artists of that time as guests
I dropped my pants and shorts and Raúl almost had a heart attack.
He remembered that moment with a very particular smile on his face that completely revealed that if he removed all the clothes versus Raul Velascoplayed one of the funniest pranks of his career. andres garcia He lost his life on April 4 after a long battle against cirrhosis of the liver at the age of 81. The first actor will always be remembered as one of the most important leading men in Mexican cinema.