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With his 80th birthday, age does not detract from Don Francisco's desire to return to television.
"We will always try to do something," the Chilean driver, who hopes that some network will set his eyes on him again, told People en Español. "Because my vocation is to do this."
The last time the giant Saturday driver was seen on screen was in December 2018, when his program Don Francisco invites you on Telemundo went off the air.
More than a year later, the driver still has no plans to permanently retire. "My vocation is to work," he stressed. "And I hope that very soon there will be a project for me."
Mario Luis Kreutzberger Blumenfeld was born on December 28, 1940 to a family of German Jewish immigrants who fled their country after the Nazimso rose to power, shortly before World War II.
On August 8, 1962, he became the host of Giant Saturday on Chilean television, a program with which he broke records and became part of television history.
In addition to that program, the charismatic Chilean was in charge of around 22 other productions, such as The War of the Sexes in Venevisión, Who Wants to be a Millionaire? on Channel 13 of Chile) or The Four Sides of the Coin, on that same Chilean channel.
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