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[[Senor Maldo]] (April 8, 1896- December 8, 1959) was born Abel Maldonado in Texas but raised in Mexico. He had a successful career touring the US Southwest and for the USO.  One of his publicity stunt was "Buried Alive".  
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'''Senor Maldo''' (April 8, 1896 - December 8, 1959) had a successful career touring the American Southwest and for the [[USO]].  
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Born in Texas but raised in Mexico, one of his publicity stunts was "Buried Alive".  
  
Maldo appeared on the TV Show "You asked for it!" doing his Substitution Trunk.
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Maldo appeared on the TV Show "[[You Asked for It]]" doing his [[Substitution Trunk]]. He was a president of [[PCAM]] and the [[SAM]] branch in Santa Barbara, California is known as the Senor Maldo assembly.<ref>Cover [[Genii 1939 September]]</ref>
 
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He was a president of [[PCAM]] and now the [[SAM]] branch in Santa Barbara, California is known as the Senor Maldo assembly.
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*Cover [[Genii 1939 September]]
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Revision as of 21:28, 17 March 2012

Senor Maldo (April 8, 1896 - December 8, 1959) had a successful career touring the American Southwest and for the USO.

Senor Maldo
BornAbel Maldonado
April 8, 1896
Texas
DiedDecember 8, 1959 (age 63)

Born in Texas but raised in Mexico, one of his publicity stunts was "Buried Alive".

Maldo appeared on the TV Show "You Asked for It" doing his Substitution Trunk. He was a president of PCAM and the SAM branch in Santa Barbara, California is known as the Senor Maldo assembly.[1]

References

  1. Cover Genii 1939 September