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Gabriel y Gabriela

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Gabriel y Gabriela
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byYolanda Vargas Dulché
Written byYolanda Vargas Dulché
Directed byCarlos Téllez
StarringAna Martín
Jorge Rivero
Jorge Martínez de Hoyos
Liliana Abud
Rafael Baledón
Theme music composerBebu Silvetti
Opening themeDulce amor by Ana Martín
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes124
Production
Executive producerPatricia Lozano
CinematographyCarlos Velazquez
Running time21-22 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseAugust 31, 1982 (1982-08-31) –
February 21, 1983 (1983-02-21)
Chronology
Preceded byEl derecho de nacer
Followed byCuando los hijos se van

Gabriel y Gabriela is a Mexican telenovela produced by Patricia Lozano for Televisa in 1982.[1] It starred by Ana Martín, Jorge Rivero, Jorge Martínez de Hoyos and Liliana Abud.

Plot

The first part of the story takes place in 60's. It's the love story between Gabriela and Renato. The viewers will witness their marriage, the birth of their daughter, also named Gabriela and Renato's death from Nicando's hand. The second part takes place in 80's. Gabriela is the grown daughter of Gabriela and Renato. She has a rebel personality and she pretends to be a man in order to sail on a boat. Then she will be courted by two men: Carlos and Fernando. At the end it's unclear whom she marries, because the viewers only see a hand that receives her at the altar.

Cast

  • Ana Martín as Gabriel/Gabriela de Reyes (daughter)/Gabriela Reyes (mother)
  • Jorge Rivero as Carlos Iturbide
  • Jorge Martínez de Hoyos as Benito Reyes
  • Liliana Abud as Martha
  • Rafael Baledón as Raul
  • Nadia Haro Oliva as Carolina Iturbide
  • Pancho Muller as Gervasio
  • Patricio Castillo as Marcos
  • Beatriz Sheridan as Rita Rocafuerte de Reyes
  • Juan Ferrara as Fernando
  • Rodolfo Rodríguez as Fermin
  • Patricia Arredondo as Serafina
  • Juan Peláez as Leonardo
  • Emoé de la Parra as Rocío Iturbide
  • Kokin Li as Li
  • Arturo Allegro as Chon
  • Alberto Inzua as Official
  • Patricia Thomas as Ivonne
  • Alejandra Peniche as Nora
  • Karmen Erpenbanch as Lupe
  • Lourdes Munguía as Dora
  • Lupita Pallás as Eduviges
  • Rosa Maria Morales as Herlinda
  • Scarlet Maceira as Margarita
  • Luis Miranda as Andrés
  • Cinthia Riveroll as Gloria
  • Simone Brook as Evelia
  • Alejandra Espejo as Silvia
  • Roxana Chávez as Flora
  • Jorge Fegan as Sr. Goizurieta
  • Ivan Rene as Fernando
  • Queta Carrasco as Brigida
  • José Alonso as Renato Reyes
  • Jorge Humberto Robles as Nicandro
  • Lissette Flores as Gabrielita Reyes (5 years)
  • Susana Barragán as Gabriela Reyes (9 years)
  • Francisco del Toro as Roberto
  • Alonso Echánove as José
  • Armando Pacheco as Matías
  • Marcial Salinas as Dionisio
  • Odiseo Bichir as Ismael
  • Paty Durán as Reina
  • Rubén Calderón as Santiago
  • Alejandro Tommasi
  • Aurora Alonso as Manuela
  • Alejandra Meyer as Isaura
  • Lupita Sandoval
  • Antonio Miguel as Rafael
  • Liza Willert as Regina
  • Alejandro Sevilla as Dr. Fuentes
  • Jaime Brizi as Raúl
  • Al Suárez as Oficial

Awards

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1983 1st TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Patricia Lozano Nominated
Best Actress Ana Martín
Best Actor Jorge Martínez de Hoyos Won

Trivia

This was the only Mexican telenovela dubbed in Cebuano and Hiligaynon languages in the Philippines, now of regionals played by GMA Iloilo, Cebu and Davao.

References

  1. ^ "Gabriel y Gabriela" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on February 10, 2013. Retrieved January 3, 2016.

External links

This page was last edited on 21 January 2021, at 19:46
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