TULANCENGO DE BRAVO, September 23 /HIDALGO NEWS/.- The administration led by Jorge Márquez Alvarado celebrated the 105th anniversary of the birth of Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta, better known as the Saint of the Silver Mask, as well as the 13th anniversary of the foundation of the museum in his honor.
The activity was coordinated by the Ministry of Culture, Education, Sports and Youth, headed by Rubén Hernández Ortega, through the Museum Headquarters directed by Felipe Carrillo Montiel.
Starting at 10 in the morning, municipal authorities, guests and citizens gathered at the monument and museum dedicated to the legendary Mexican wrestler, at the railway station.
The program began with a biographical review by the director of the Museum Headquarters, who stated that this emblematic character is known worldwide for his work in the cinema, and for being a great representative of Mexican wrestling.
The flower arrangement and guard of honor were placed, and then the exhibition called: “The Saint, idol of wrestling”, which is promoted by the Hidalgo Wrestling Gallery Association, was opened.
Of particular interest to the public was the MG convertible car that will be used by the fighter in the movie “Vampire Women”, where attendees took a souvenir photo.
At the event that Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta, the most universal Tulancinguense, through his character as Santo El Enmascarado de Plata, over the years, has become one of the most important icons of Mexican popular culture.
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