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Misión S.O.S
Created byRosa Salazar
Written byRicardo Fiallega
Directed by
  • Isaías Gómez
  • Salvador Sánchez
  • Eduardo Said
Theme music composer
  • Alejandro Abaroa
  • Cristina Abaroa
Opening theme"Misión S.O.S"
by Children's cast
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes125
Executive producerRosy Ocampo
ProducerEduardo Meza [es]
EditorMauricio Cortés
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseAugust 2, 2004 (2004-08-02) –
January 21, 2005 (2005-01-21)

Misión S.O.S. is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa. It premiered on August 2, 2004, and ended on January 21, 2005. It stars Maribel Guardia, Guillermo Capetillo, Diego González, and Allisson Lozz.[1]


The story follows the life of Diana, a pre-teen who lives in a neighborhood called Buenaventura, along with her friends, Alonso, Federica, Rodrigo, Alejandro and Dany. Christian has moved from New York to Mexico due to his parents' divorce. Diana and Christian quickly become best friends, despite their families hatred for each other. Years before, Christian's father and Diana's mother were in love, but their relationship was soured by Severiano, Christian's grumpy and selfish grandfather.

However, the neighbors of Buenaventura have even darker futures, as they are in danger of losing their homes, their school and much more, because the evil old Severiano plans to tear down the neighborhood and build an enormous shopping mall in its place. To accomplish his plan, Severiano is willing to resort to any means, and will provoke a series of disasters to drive the inhabitants away.

The decrepit old theater is the children's favorite spot, and this is where they meet a mysterious little man who will change their lives and the fate of Buenaventura forever. Chaneque, a friendly elf, is a magical being who is on an important mission: to save his elf-world from destruction. Chaneque convinces the group of young friends to join in his quest to save his dying world. From that point, the children and their new friend embark on an exhilarating series of adventures. During their fantastic journey, they gather important clues to save their own neighborhood as well. But once this mission is accomplished, will Christian and Diana also find a way to end the feud between their families and bring them together forever?


  • Maribel Guardia as Ximena Lozano, adult heroine, Salvador's love interest
  • Guillermo Capetillo as Salvador Martinez, adult hero, Ximena's love interest
  • Manuel Ojeda as Severiano Martinez, antagonist
  • Gabriela Goldsmith as Vivian Johnson, antagonist, Christian's mother who does not love him
  • Magda Guzmán as Justina Aranda, Diana's grandmother, suffers from arthritis
  • Maribel Fernández as Angeles, Severiano's servant and maid, Christian's friend
  • Diana Golden as Doris Ramirez, Federica and Rodrigo's mother, likes to think she is rich, verbally abuses Federica
  • Raúl Magaña as Leonardo, antagonist, works for Severiano
  • Silvia Lomeli as Lidia Rendon, the children's teacher
  • Johnny Lozada as Gonzalo Ortega, Alejandro and Dany's father, irresponsible
  • Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez as Lupe Espinos, Alonso and Monica's mother
  • Roberto Sen as Rosendo Espinos, beats his children, changes his ways in the end
  • Lucia Guilamin as Ramona Acevedo, Monchita's aunt, principal of the elementary school
  • Alejandro Ruiz as Ezequiel Guerra, Federica and Rodrigo's father, works for Severiano
  • Adalberto Parra as El Tlacuahe, a hobo that the children are scared of, ends up being Ximena's long lost brother
  • Marco Uriel as Edor, antagonist, terrible being in the Chaneque world
  • Aurora Clavel as Pura
  • Juan Peláez as Augusto
  • Wendy González as Monica Espinos, adolescent heroine, Felipe's love interest
  • Marco Antonio Valdes as Felipe Lozano, adolescent hero, Monica's love interest
  • Naidelyn Narravete as Gaby, adolescent antagonist, tries to break up Monica and Felipe
  • Ricardo De Pascual Jr. as Fermín
  • Erick Guecha as Diego "El Dragón" López
  • Jonathan Becerra as Alejandro Ortega, Dany's big brother, is responsible for Dany and often wins money so they are able to eat
  • Diego González as Christian Martinez, child hero, Diana's love interest
  • Allisson Lozz as Diana Lozano, child heroine, Christian's love interest
  • Miguel Martínez as Rodrigo Guerra, child antagonist, stubborn and jealous of Christian, eventually accepts everything and becomes good
  • Jesús Zavala as El Chaneque, hero, the children's elf friend
  • Alejandro Correa as Dany Ortega, Alejandro's younger brother
  • Anhuar Escalante as Alonso, physically abused by his father, suffers from asthma and enjoys reading fairytales
  • Gladys Gallegos as Federica Guerra, verbally abused by her family
  • Marijose Salazar as Monchita Acevedo, child antagonist, greedy to the Pandilla, in the end joins the mission and becomes good
  • Alex Rivera as Hugo, child antagonist, fights Alejandro, becomes good in the end and joins the mission
  • Alejandro Speitzer as QuechaneChale, one of the male Chaneques
  • María Chacón as Chanya, one of the female Chaneques
  • Nora Cano as Chanequita, one of the female Chaneques
  • Alex Goldberg as Piropolo, one of the male Chaneques
  • Irma Lozano as Clemencia


Misión S.O.S. (Aventura y Amor)
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
LabelBMG Mexico
ProducerAlejandro Abaroa
1."Misión S.O.S."Diego Gonzalez, Allison Lozano, Jonathan Becerra, Pandilla3:36
3."Atado A Nada"Jonathan Becerra4:06
4."Romeo y Julieta"Allison Lozano4:05
5."Tú y Yo"Diego Gonzalez & Allison Lozano3:50
6."No Te Escaparas"Diego Gonzalez3:03
7."Te Invito A Volar"Pandilla3:23
8."Cuentas Conmigo"Jonathan Becerra3:16
9."Magico Amor"Jesús Zavala3:10
10."Mi Reflejo"Gladys Gallegos3:30
11."Una Vez Más"Diego Gonzalez & Allison Lozano3:25
12."Busca Las Respuestas"Pandilla3:27
13."Ven"Jonathan Becerra3:09
14."Entre Tú y Yo"Jonathan Becerra & Gladys Gallegos2:51
15."Guerra de los Sexos"Pandilla3:02
16."Donde Estes"Jonathan Becerra2:58
17."Alguien Tan Especial"Diego Gonzalez & Allison Lozano3:46
18."Vamos Juntos"Pandilla3:35
Total length:1:02:22

Awards and nominations

Year Ceremony Category Nominee Result
2005 23rd TVyNovelas Awards[3] Best Telenovela Rosy Ocampo Nominated
Best Child Performance Diego González Nominated
Jonathan Becerra Won
Marijose Salazar Nominated
Best Direction Isaías Gómez
Salvador Sánchez


  1. ^ Ortiz, Raquel. "'Misión SOS' se estrenó en 2004: ¿qué ha sido de sus protagonistas?". (in Spanish). Retrieved 27 October 2020.
  2. ^ Villafaña, Cristina. "Súper disco de Misión S.O.S.!". (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 5 August 2004. Retrieved 27 October 2020.
  3. ^ "Rubí arrasa en los Premios TV y Novelas". Retrieved April 25, 2005.

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