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100 mexicanos dijeron (Spanish for One hundred Mexicans said), later rebranded to 100 mexicanos dijieron, is a Mexican version of the Goodson-Todman game show from the 1970s, Family Feud, produced in Mexico City by the Las Estrellas.From 2001 to 2006 the show was hosted by Marco Antonio Regil and was called 100 Mexicanos Dijeron. In 2009 the program was revived this time hosted by "El Vítor" (Adrián Uribe) and titled El Vítor presenta 100 Mexicanos Dijieron.

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  • 100 mexicanos dijeron fue la primera versión mexicana del programa de concursos estadounidense de los años 70s Family Feud creado por y . El programa tuvo gran éxito, que fue difundido en Estados Unidos para la audiencia de habla hispana por la cadena Telefutura, y sigue siendo un bastión en las audiencias de televisión gracias a la nueva versión de este popular programa de concursos.
  • 100 mexicanos dijeron (Spanish for One hundred Mexicans said), later rebranded to 100 mexicanos dijieron, is a Mexican version of the Goodson-Todman game show from the 1970s, Family Feud, produced in Mexico City by the Las Estrellas.From 2001 to 2006 the show was hosted by Marco Antonio Regil and was called 100 Mexicanos Dijeron. In 2009 the program was revived this time hosted by "El Vítor" (Adrián Uribe) and titled El Vítor presenta 100 Mexicanos Dijieron.
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