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Laberintos de pasión

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Laberintos de pasión
Laberintos de pasión poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byCaridad Bravo Adams
Written by
  • Cuauhtémoc Blanco
  • María del Carmen Peña
  • Tere Medina
  • Issa López
Directed byClaudio Reyes Rubio
Starring
Opening theme"Laberintos de pasión"
by Pedro Fernández
ComposerJorge Avendaño
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes80
Production
Executive producerErnesto Alonso
ProducerLuis Miguel Barona
Production locations
Cinematography
  • Juan Carlos Frutos
  • Víctor Soto
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa Internacional
Release
Original networkLas Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseOctober 4, 1999 (1999-10-04) –
January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21)
Chronology
Preceded byPor tu amor
Followed bySiempre te amaré

Laberintos de pasión (English: Labyrinths of Passion) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa. It aired on Canal de Las Estrellas from October 4, 1999 to January 21, 2000.[1]

From Monday, August 21, 2000, to Tuesday, December 12, 2000, it aired in the United States weeknights at 9/8c on Univisión.

Leticia Calderón, Francisco Gattorno and César Évora starred as protagonists, while Manuel Ojeda, Mónika Sánchez and Azela Robinson starred as antagonists. María Rubio, Abraham Ramos, Tiare Scanda, Aaron Hernan, Eugenio Cobo and starred as stellar performances.

"The Best Telenovela of the Year" (Premios TVyNovelas 2000)

Cast

  • Leticia Calderón as Julieta Valderrama
  • Francisco Gattorno as Pedro Valencia Miranda
  • César Évora as Gabriel Almada
  • María Rubio as Doña Ofelia Montero
  • Manuel Ojeda as Genaro Valencia
  • Azela Robinson as Carmina Roldán Montero de Valencia
  • Mónika Sánchez as Nadia Román Valencia/Nadia Casanova Guzmán
  • Abraham Ramos as Cristóbal Valencia Miranda
  • Aarón Hernán as Lauro Sánchez
  • Pedro Armendáriz Jr. as Father Mateo Valencia
  • Alma Delfina as Sofía Miranda Montero de Valencia
  • Eugenio Cobo as Arturo Sandoval
  • Tiaré Scanda as Rocío González Pascual
  • Socorro Bonilla as Matilde Pascual de González
  • Silvia Manríquez as Sara Morales de Sandoval
  • Roberto Antúnez as Miguel Valderrama
  • Héctor Sáez as Juan González
  • Luz María Jerez as Marissa Cervantes
  • Fernando Robles as Rosendo Treviño
  • Amira Cruzat as Magdalena García
  • David Ramos as Diego Sandoval García
  • Antonio de la Vega as Benjamín Sandoval Morales
  • Nayeli Dainzu as Alejandra Sandoval Morales
  • José Antonio Ferral as Ponciano
  • Leonor Bonilla as Rebeca Fernández
  • Milton Cortés as Javier Medina
  • Ricardo Vera as Comandante Mendoza
  • Rubén Morales as Assistant of commandant
  • Yosy as Julieta Valderrama (child)
  • Raúl Castellanos as Pedro Valencia Miranda (child)
  • Eduardo de la Vega as Cristóbal Valencia Miranda (child)
  • Susana Contreras as Genoveva Camacho
  • Elisa Coll as Olivia Rocina
  • Linda Mejía as Ana Mary Caixba
  • Benjamín Islas as Florencio Zamora

Awards

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2000 18th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela Ernesto Alonso Won
Best Actress Leticia Calderón
Best Actor César Évora Nominated
Best Antagonist Actress Mónika Sánchez Won
Best Antagonist Actor Manuel Ojeda
Best Leading Actress María Rubio Nominated
Best Leading Actor Aarón Hernán
Best Young Lead Actress Tiaré Scanda
Best Young Lead Actor Abraham Ramos
Best Writer Cuauhtémoc Blanco
Mª del Carmen Peña
Won
Best Musical Theme Pedro Fernández
Best Telenovela Composer Jorge Avendaño
Bravo Awards Best Actor César Évora

References

  1. ^ "Laberintos de pasión" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on October 3, 2002. Retrieved April 12, 2016.

External links


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