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¡Qué clase de amor!

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¡Qué clase de amor!
Que Clase de Amor Postcard.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byBenjamín Cohen
Written by
  • Benjamín Cohen
  • Ana Teresa Sosa
  • Verónica Álvarez
  • Gemys Pérez
Directed by
  • Grazio D' Angelo
  • Manuel Díaz Casanova
Creative directorCarmen García Vilar
Starring
Opening theme"Qué clase de amor" by Manuel Larrad and Aisha Stambouli
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes83
Production
Executive producerCarlos Ignacio García
Producers
  • Orlando de Jesús Machado
  • Javier Rojas
Production locationVenezuela
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production company
  • BCC Producciones
DistributorVenevisión International
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseApril 20 (2009-04-20) –
August 14, 2009 (2009-08-14)

¡Qué Clase de Amor! (What Kind of Love!) is a 2009 Venezuelan juvenile telenovela produced by Venevisión and BCC Producciones in 2009.[1] It stars Andrés Gómez and Aisha Stambouli as the main protagonists while Joan Manuel Larrad and Mayela Caldera star as the main antagonists.[2] The telenovela premiered on Venevisión at the 6:00 pm timeslot.[3][4]

Plot

The story is set in an urban high school filled with adolescents who experience joys, sorrows, love and triumphs.

"Los Populares" is the name given to the group consisting of the most popular and rebellious students in the school. Their leader, Diego Padilla, is a casanova who makes all the girls fall in love with him. His girlfriend, Stefanie Mendoza, is the prettiest and the most spoilt girl in the school. But fate has other plans for Diego, for he will find himself falling in love with Alejandra Martínez, a brilliant and clever nerd who is new to the school. Stephanie is the complete opposite of the type of girl that Diego would normally fall in love with.

Diego approaches Alejandra and her nerd friends referred to as "Las Nerdas" with the sole purpose of seeking their assistance with his studies. However, with time, Alejandra will slowly conquer Diego's heart, and not even Stephanie, with her beauty, popularity and charms can stop Alejandra's and Diego's love. Alán Camacho nicknamed "Alacrán" belongs to the group "Los Alacranes" which is composed of singers. For a long time, Alan has grown jealous of Diego's popularity, especially due to the fact that he is in love with Stephanie, though Stephanie rejected his love. Alan will set a trap for Alejandra to completely ruin Diego's image and reputation in the school.[5][6][7]

Cast

  • Aisha Stambouli as Alejandra Martínez
  • Andrés Gómez as Diego Padilla
  • Joan Manuel Larrad as Alán Camacho "Alacrán"
  • Mayela Caldera as Stefani Mendoza
  • Georgina Palacios as Martha Pérez
  • Mark Colina as Marcel Jiménez "El Destripador"
  • Miguel Ángel Tovar as Manuel Colmenares "Manu"
  • Giannina Alves as Milagros Pérez "Tita"'
  • Andrés Sosa as Rafael Gómez "Rafa"
  • Rosanna Zanetti as Andreína Figueroa
  • Vanessa Hidalgo as Desiré Sánchez
  • Juan Miguel Henriques as Félix Rodríguez
  • María Eugenia d'Angelo as Romina Casanova
  • Jaime Suárez as Samy Rodríguez
  • Joaquín Araujo as Germán
  • Rafael Gabeiras as Sebastián
  • Jesús Alberto Vieira as Román
  • Dayana Oliveros as Karla
  • Wendy Bermejo as Magaly
  • Carolina Muizzi as Sasha
  • Rodolfo Salas as Leonardo
  • Jessica Semeco as Leila
  • Cesar Augusto Méndez as Abraham
  • Anavir García as Cristinita
  • Cesar de la Torre as Caiman

Special Guests

Musical Themes

Nº "Que Clase de amor" Title Singer (s) Comment
1 "Qué clase de amor" Manuel Larrad y Aisha Stambouli /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Tema principal de ¡Qué clase de amor!
2 "Quién diría" Manuel Larrad /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Canción de Alejandra y Diego
3 "Mi niña bonita" Manuel Larrad /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Canción de Tita y Manu
4 "Enamorarte de él" Manuel Larrad /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Canción de Andreina y Rafa
5 "Más allá" Aisha Stambouli Canción de Alejandra y Diego
6 "Esta Vez" Aisha Stambouli Canción de Alejandra
7 "Mi Centro" Aisha Stambouli Canción de Alejandra usada en el primer capitulo
8 "Como pa mi" Manuel Larrad /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Canción de Magaly y el "Papi" Profe
9 "Contigo Quiero" Mark Colina Canción de Martha y Marcel
10 "Loco por ti" Manuel Larrad /
¡Los Últimos de la Clase!
Canción de Dessire y Félix
11 "Tu Recuerdo" Jeanette Sarmiento

References

This page was last edited on 24 May 2022, at 20:36
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