The main difference between Diplomacia and CalderÃ³n was the costume. Diplomacia, dressed in worn out black
pants, a white shirt, a checkered vest, black shoes, and a sailorâ€™s hat. CalderÃ³n dressed in a white blazer, black pants, and a little white hat. My description of Diplomacia and CalderÃ³n is based on the photos provided by Riveroâ€™s family.
Una personalidad artÃstica en ascenso. El Mundo, pp. 16; Newsreel (1956). The 1956 newsreel was provided by Riveroâ€™s family. There is no information on the producer and writer of the WIPR-channel 6.
Reyes Vargas, P., & Lidin, H. (1956, August 27). 50,000 Asisten a entierro de Diplo. El Imparcial, pp. 4, 37;
Reyes Vargas, P. (1956, September 1). Diplo, un gran actor y un gran corazÃ³n. El Imparcial, pp. S-1; S-3; S-5; S-6; Rojas Daporta, M., & Ocasio, J. M. (1956, August 27). Millares asisten al Sepelio. El Mundo, pp. 1, 26.
Personal communication, Paquito Cordero, July 1997.