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Chico and the Man

Chico and the Man
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25 Responses to “Chico and the Man”

  1. bjroberts65 says:

    I grew up in Boyle Heights back in the 70s and 80s….im 46 now and i consider my self vey fortunate to be alive…..Brooklyn @ Fickett aves FOREVER!!!

  2. markxxx21 says:

    I wonder where that little kid chasing the pigeons is today?

  3. tommyrock69 says:

    12 people don’t remember.

  4. beowulven says:

    The death of the west.

  5. 75lotus1 says:

    the man aint so hard to understand…lend a helping hand…there’s good in everyone…a new day has begun…..

  6. 75lotus1 says:

    what great lyrics. optimism and equality

  7. 1961slam says:

    Gypsy Rose lowrider……….RIP Jesse Valdez.

  8. 1961slam says:

    Gypsy Rose lowerider……….RIP Jesse Valdez.

  9. nihonjohnny says:

    My condolences go out to the family of Jesse Valadez, co-founder of the East Los Angeles “Imperial Car Club” and owner of the legendary “Gypsy Rose” lowrider featured in this video (52 seconds). Mr. Valadez passed away on January 29, 2011, at the age of 64.

  10. pekoe says:

    @70sman4ever ====tokin up an kickin back– ahhh the 70′s



  12. caronji says:

    @YaoiHuntressEarth I agree with you, but I doubt it will happen. This is Amerikkka. How many good/any shows do we have with latinos and blacks being positive with each other? TV sucks now. The last latino/black show was NY Undercover and you know what happened to that show.

  13. caronji says:

    I used to love this show when it first aired. I was really young then but I remember my mom kept saying that I looked liked the baby at the end when I was his age. This really brings back good memories. I was young but shocked when I heard what happened to Freddie. Such a loss.

  14. TheKevo7777 says:

    memories!! sweet!!

  15. christinebolt697 says:

    I use to love this show. Thank you for the memories of a talent lost to young.

  16. tahbonius says:

    I loved this show, lol!

  17. Asparagusville says:

    T.V.’s “Chico & the Man” trivia: Originally Freddie Prinze was cast to play the role of “Della.” Producer James Komack, of course, eventually awarded the part to the behemoth Della Reese who had invented Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in the autumn of 1967 during her convalescence from a trampoline accident.

  18. ThisIsBilbo says:

    @lovell123456789 no it wasn’t

  19. YaoiHuntressEarth says:

    It could be interesting to see a modern day version of the show set in Arizona given the racial tensions (especially with immigration).

  20. DyztortedLawgix says:

    I Am 25 Years Old And I Have This Show On DVD…. Ahhh To See It WAY Back In The 70′s On TV Would Be AMAZING!!!!

  21. lovell123456789 says:


  22. sirka067 says:

    I don’t know what made me think of looking for this clip today, but I did. I have not seen this in over 30 years but knew most of the words. I even remember that countdown at the beginning. What great memories, but day too that Prinze did what he did. I was only 10 or so at the time and really did not understand the how and why. I just rememver it as being very sad.

  23. moonjumpr says:

    A dear friend told me tonight that I seemed eerily reminiscent of Freddie Prinze in the my photos as far as nineteen seventies stuff goes. Of course, I just pray things will be better for Chico and the Man. This is the evening prayer. …

  24. bleachno9 says:

    @tiffanywlls looks like going down north every summer lol

  25. EddieLandsberg says:

    This was one of the all time great SITCOMS… They yanked it when after Freddie Prinze committed suicide and for many years never re-aired it… yet people remember it because it was THAT good !

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