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Salomé (TV series)

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Created byArturo Moya Grau
Written byMarcia del Río
María Antonieta "Calú" Gutiérrez
Ricardo Tejeda
Martha Jurado
Directed bySergio Jiménez
Patricia Reyes Spíndola
Sergio Cataño
StarringEdith González
Guy Ecker
Sebastián Ligarde
Mónika Sánchez
Theme music composerAdolfo Ángel Alba
Juan Gabriel
Marco Antonio Solís
Opening theme"Si tú quisieras" by Los Temerarios
"Si no te hubieras ido" by Marco Antonio Solís
Ending theme"Si tú quisieras (Salsa version)" by Los Temerarios
"Huellas" by Niurka
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes150
Executive producerJuan Osorio
ProducerRamón Ortiz Quiñónes
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyGilberto Macín
Enrique García
Antonio Acevedo
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseOctober 22, 2001 (2001-10-22) –
May 17, 2002 (2002-05-17)
La Colorina (1977)
Colorina (1980-1981)
Apasionada (1993)

Salomé is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa in 2001.[1] It is the third remake of La Colorina.

On Monday, October 22, 2001, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Salomé weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing La intrusa. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, May 17, 2002, with La otra replacing it the following Monday.

The series stars Edith González, Guy Ecker, Sebastián Ligarde and Mónika Sánchez.


It is 1980 in Mexico City, where there are millions of people who dream of a better life, while others cry and suffer for their lost well-being.

In the D'Ruby cabaret lives Salomé (Edith González), she is the main dancer of the show; her beauty and sensuality captivate the audience. Salomé and Karicia (Niurka) are two supportive friends through thick and thin. Together with Yolanda (Yolanda Montes "Tongolele"), the owner of the place, who in her time was known as the "Queen of the Night", they are the soul and motor of the cabaret.

The dressing room is Salomé's refuge. Surrounded by lights, feathers and sequins, it would seem that her life is a constant party, but it is not. She found in dance a way to understand life, to challenge the past. She maintains an internal fight that does not end; since she was a child, she got to know pain due to the abandonment of her parents. She was tricked in love and has survived in a hostile world. "El Figurín" (Roberto Palazuelos) is the heartthrob of the neighborhood. He is violent, macho and in love with Salomé, but she breaks up the relationship because she dreams of true love.

Near the cabaret there is a neighborhood where a series of characters live: There we get to know Kikis (Rosita Pelayo), a gossipy but cooperative woman; Hipólito (Jaime Garza), who is a plumber, but laziness and the inability to think about the future have made him mediocre; Marta (Paty Díaz), his wife, wants a better life, has aspirations and feels that her marriage is dying. Piro (Carlos Eduardo Rico), Marta's brother, lives with them. He is very similar to Hipólito, they spend their time joking and playing, as if they didn't take life seriously. Lola (Leticia Perdigón) sells fayuca and, together with "El Figurín", she controls a gang. She falls in love with David (Milton Cortés), who has a secret and will be Lola's downfall.

On the other side of the city, in a mansion, lives the Montesino family: Julio (Guy Ecker) and Ángela (Mónika Sánchez) are married. She is a sick woman and her husband faces the problem and patiently bears the eventful marital life he is forced to live. Lucrecia (María Rubio), Julio's mother, thinks that Ángela, being sterile, represents an obstacle for the family. Accustomed to dominate and to modify wills, she will twist Julio's destiny until she achieves her longed-for grandson.

Arturo (Aarón Hernán), Lucrecia's husband, has assumed his life as a faithful and good husband. He accepts Lucrecia's feminine strength because he loves her and prefers to live in peace. He is an understanding father and wants to keep the family together. Manola (Patricia Reyes Spíndola) is a strong woman, she faces Lucrecia, she does not allow Ángela to be hurt. She is the guardian angel of the Montesino family. She has dedicated her life to the service of the family, she represents balance and good sense.

Diego (Sebastián Ligarde), Ángela's half brother, lives with them. He is a playboy, partygoer and regular client of the D'Ruby cabaret. On a drunken night, Diego arrives at the mansion accompanied by Salomé and Karicia.

It is fate that leads Salomé by the hand to meet Julio. One look, one kiss and they will no longer be able to leave each other. Secretly, far away, they will consummate their deep, but forbidden love... Salomé will have to face adverse and painful situations.


First part

Second part

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2002 20th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela Juan Osorio Nominated
Best Actress Edith González Nominated
Best Actor Guy Ecker Nominated
Best Co-lead Actress Patricia Reyes Spíndola Nominated
Best Co-lead Actor Aarón Hernán Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Niurka Won
Best Supporting Actor Rodrigo Vidal Won
Best Male Revelation Rafael Amaya Nominated
El Heraldo de México Awards Best Telenovela Juan Osorio Nominated
Best Actress Edith González Nominated
Best Direction Sergio Jiménez Nominated
2003 INTE Awards Actress of the Year Edith González Nominated
Telenovela Musical Theme of the Year "Si no te hubieras ido"
by Marco Antonio Solís
2010 TV Adicto Golden Awards Best Musical Numbers of the Decade Salomé Won

DVD releases

Region 2

Pandastorm Pictures started to release the series in Germany on May 8, 2015.[2] The first volume, a 10 DVD box set, consists of episode 1 – 50 and is CODEFREE, sound: German DD 2.0, Spanish DD 2.0 [3]


  1. ^ "Salomé" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on April 2, 2003. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  2. ^ "Salomé - Volume 1".
  3. ^ "product page for Salomé - Volume 1". Pandastorm Pictures.

External links

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