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Estúpido Cupido

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Estúpido Cupido
GenreRomantic comedy
Written byMário Prata[1][2][3]
Directed byRégis Cardoso[3]
StarringLeonardo Villar
Maria Della Costa
Françoise Forton
Ricardo Blat
Ney Latorraca
Elizabeth Savalla
Luiz Armando Queiroz
Nuno Leal Maia
Célia Biar
Kléber Macedo
(ver mais)
Opening themeEstúpido CupidoCelly Campello[4][5]
Ending themeEstúpido Cupido – Celly Campello
Country of originBrazil
Original language(s)Portuguese
No. of episodes160[3]
Production
Running time55 minutes
Release
Original networkRede Globo
Original release25 August 1976 (1976-08-25) –
26 February 1977 (1977-02-26)
Chronology
Preceded byAnjo Mau
Followed byLocomotivas

Estúpido Cupido is a Brazilian telenovela produced by Rede Globo. It aired from 25 August 1976 to 26 February 1977 at 7pm.[3] Written by Mário Prata[1][2] and directed by Régis Cardoso, it was the last Globo telenovela recorded in black-and-white,[3] with the exception of the last two chapters, directed by Walter Avancini using the then new color technology.

It was the first telenovela written by Mário Prata.[2][3] Due to the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Estúpido Cupido debuted exceptionally on a Wednesday.

The telenovela was re-aired in Brazil starting in May 1979, at 2pm.[3]

Plot

The story takes place in the fictional city of Albuquerque, São Paulo, in the beginning of the 1960s. It revolves around the loves of youth, having as background the American music of the time: rock ballads and rock and roll. The teenagers study in the Catholic school Colégio Normal de Albuquerque, and many Sisters and Fathers take part in the plot. Other subjects covered are: the prejudice suffered by a divorced woman (Olga Oliveira); the success of a rock band, Personélitis Boys, led by Antônio Ney Medeiros; Belchior, a clever but not very sane homeless man who runs an imaginary radio station daily from 11am–noon; Cabo Fidélis, a policeman; Acioly, a geologist prospecting for petroleum in the city region; and Alcides Guimarães Filho, the city mayor, owner of the Albuquerque Tênis Club where the high society of the city meet and party.

The external scenes were recorded in Itaboraí, Rio de Janeiro.[6] With the success of the telenovela, there was a revival of the music style of the 50s and 60s, with twist dance competitions happening in several places across the country.[3] The soundtrack album, produced by Som Livre, sold more than one million copies.[4] In 1995, Chilean TVN produced a remake also called Estúpido Cupido, in which the city of Albuquerque was renamed to San Andrés.

Ricardo Blat
Ricardo Blat

Cast

Actor[7][8] Character[7][8]
Leonardo Villar Alcides Guimarães Filho (Guima)
Maria Della Costa Olga Oliveira
Françoise Forton Maria Tereza Oliveira (Tetê)
Ricardo Blat João Guimarães
Ney Latorraca Antônio Ney Medeiros (Mederiquis)
Elizabeth Savalla Sister Angélica
Luiz Armando Queiroz Belchior
Nuno Leal Maia Acioly
Heloísa Millet Betina Oliveira
João Carlos Barroso Joel Otávio Oliveira (Tavico / Caniço)
Djenane Machado Glória Siqueira (Glorinha)
Oswaldo Louzada Alcides Guimarães (Guimão)
Célia Biar Adelaide
Kléber Macedo Eulália
Mauro Mendonça Dr. Armando Siqueira (Tom Mix)
Marilu Bueno Maria Antonieta Siqueira (Mariinha)
Luiz Orioni Miguel Medeiros
Ida Gomes Mother Encarnación
Antônio Patiño Father Batista (Batistão)
Suely Franco Sister Consuelo
Emiliano Queiroz Father Almerindo
Vick Militello Joana D'Arc da Silva (Daquinha)
Tony Ferreira Cabo Fidélis
Ênio Santos Aquino
Sônia de Paula Ciça Oliveira
Zanoni Ferrite Pedro (Pepê)
Patrícia Bueno Suely
Carlos Kroeber Friar Damasceno
Henriqueta Brieba Creuza Oliveira (Vovó Zinha)
Arthur Costa Filho Father Guido
Tião D'Ávila Carneirinho
Heloísa Raso Aninha
Ricardo Garcia Costa José Maria Guimarães (Zé Maria)
Cláudio Ayres da Motta Mr. Gordon

Sound tracks

National[4][5]

  1. "Banho de Lua (Tintarella di luna)" – Celly Campello
  2. "Quem É?" – Osmar Navarro
  3. "Diana" – Carlos Gonzaga
  4. "Meu Mundo Caiu" – Maysa
  5. "Broto Legal" – Sérgio Murilo
  6. "Alguém é Bobo de Alguém" – Wilson Miranda
  7. "Por Uma Noite" – Stradivarius
  8. "Ritmo da Chuva (The Rhythm of the Rain)" – Demétrius
  9. "Boogie do Bebê" – Tony Campello
  10. "Sereno" – Paulo Molin
  11. "Neurastênico" – Betinho & Seu Conjunto
  12. "Biquíni Amarelo (Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini)" – Ronnie Cord
  13. "Tetê" – Sylvia Telles
  14. "Bata Baby" – Wilson Miranda
  15. "Ela é Carioca" – Os Cariocas
  16. "Estúpido Cupido (Stupid Cupid)" – Celly Campello

International[4][5]

  1. "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" – Neil Sedaka
  2. "Love Me Forever" – The Playing's
  3. "Be-Bop-A-Lula" – Gene Vincent
  4. "Tutti Frutti" – Little Richard
  5. "Ruby" – Ray Charles
  6. "Twilight Time" – The Platters
  7. "America" – Trini Lopez
  8. "The Twist" – Chubby Checker
  9. "Secretly" – Jimmy Rodgers
  10. "Tears on My Pillow" – Little Anthony & The Imperials
  11. "Misty" – Johnny Mathis
  12. "April Love" – Pat Boone
  13. "Multiplication" – Bobby Darin
  14. "Don't Be Cruel" – Elvis Presley
  15. "Petit Fleur" – Bob Crosby
  16. "The Green Leaves of Summer" – The Brothers Four
  17. "Puppy Love" – Paul Anka
  18. "Al di là" – Emilio Pericoli
  19. "Everybody Loves Somebody" – Dean Martin
  20. "Bye Bye Love" – The Everly Brothers

References

  1. ^ a b "Memória Globo: Trabalhos na TV Globo – Mário Prata". Memória Globo. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  2. ^ a b c "Mário Prata – Teledramaturgia". Teledramaturgia. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Estúpido Cupido – Curiosidades". Memória Globo. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  4. ^ a b c d "Trilha Sonora de 'Estúpido Cupido'". Memória Globo. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  5. ^ a b c "Estúpido Cupido – Trilha Sonora". Teledramaturgia. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  6. ^ "Estúpido Cupido – Produção". Memória Globo. Retrieved 10 March 2014.
  7. ^ a b "Ficha Técnica". Memória Globo. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  8. ^ a b "Estúpido Cupido – Elenco". Teledramaturgia. Retrieved 8 March 2014.

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