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Sueños y caramelos

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Sueños y Caramelos
Sueños y caramelos poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byAbel Santa Cruz
Written byLourdes Barrios
Dolores Ortega
Denisse Pfeiffer
Ricardo Tejeda
Directed byLily Garza
Karina Duprez
Juan Carlos Bonet
StarringAlessandra Rosaldo
René Strickler
María Antonieta de las Nieves
Manuel Saval
Nora Salinas
Opening themeEs tiempo de jugar by Alessandra Rosaldo
Ending themeSueños y Caramelos by Alessandra Rosaldo
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes135
Production
Executive producerCarlos Moreno Laguillo
ProducerHilda Santaella Hernández
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyAlfredo Sánchez
Óscar Morales
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseJanuary 24 (2005-01-24) –
July 29, 2005 (2005-07-29)
Chronology
Preceded byMisión S.O.S
Followed byPablo y Andrea
Related showsLa Pícara Soñadora (1991)
External links
Website

Sueños y Caramelos (English title: Sweets and Dreams)[1] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Moreno Laguillo for Televisa in 2005.[2] It is a remake of La Pícara Soñadora.

On Monday, January 24, 2005, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Sueños y caramelos weekdays at 4:00pm, replacing Misión S.O.S. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, July 29, 2005 with Pablo y Andrea replacing it the following Monday, August 1, 2005.

Alessandra Rosaldo and René Strickler starred as adult protagonists, Nashla Aguilar and Luciano Corigliano starred as young protagonists, while Elizabeth Álvarez, Patricia Navidad and Pablo Magallanes starred as antagonists.

Plot

Since she lost her mother at 3 years of age, little Sofía has lived with her grandfather, Don Gonzalo, who is the security chief of a great department store called El Gran Almacén (Liverpool). Sofía is a girl with an extraordinary imagination that has a secret world.

As her apartment is inside the store, Sofia can enter in it at nights, when all employers have gone home. Here, in different departments, she can give free rein to her imagination, living wonderful adventures with her friends. During day, Sofia's life is the normal girl's life, she goes to school and has several good friends, she has formed a musical group with them.

“Sueños y Caramelos” is a fun story full of humour, romance, music and emotion, spiced with incredible mischiefs of a group of sympathetic children and... Why not?... A little of magic too.

Cast

  • Alessandra Rosaldo as Fátima Goméz
  • René Strickler as Rafael Monraz Guillén
  • Nashla Aguilar as Sofía Ramírez
  • Luciano Corigliano as Mauricio Monraz
  • María Antonieta de las Nieves as Antonieta Guillén de Monraz
  • Raúl Padilla "Chóforo" as Don Gonzalo Gutiérrez
  • Manuel Saval as Augusto Monraz Guillén
  • Elizabeth Álvarez as Rocío de los Santos
  • Graciela Mauri as Maricarmen
  • Natalia Juárez as Lucía "Lucy" del Pilar Jurado
  • Miguel Pérez as Pedro/Guillermo "Memo"
  • Patricia Navidad as Débora León
  • Lourdes Reyes as Selene de Monraz
  • Nora Salinas as Guadalupe "Lupita"
  • Pablo Magallanes as Romeo
  • Óscar Bonfiglio as Carlo
  • Roberto Blandón as André San Martín/Andres Martínez
  • Alfonso Iturralde as Gerardo
  • Lalo "El Mimo" as Fregonal "Precioso Jefazo"
  • Polo Ortín as Segundo
  • Julio Vega as Lauro
  • José Elías Moreno as Mauro
  • Zully Keith as Corina de los Santos
  • Alejandro Ibarra as Oswaldo Nerin
  • Alejandro Aragón as Sandro
  • Rosita Pelayo as Lorenza
  • Ricardo de Pascual as Tapón
  • Luis Gatica as Máximo Guerra
  • Perla Corona as Adela de Guerra
  • Daniel Continente as Hernán Ibargoengouttia
  • Roberto Miquel as Roque Felix
  • Eduardo Liñan as General Ruben Carrillo
  • Macarena Miguel as Betina Monraz
  • Ximena Orozco as Ximena "La niña muñeca"
  • Mauricio Bueno as Juan López
  • Diego Lara as Reynaldo
  • Martha Sabrina as Bianca
  • Rafael Valdez as Memo
  • Santiago Mirabent as Rogelio
  • María Fernanda Sasian as Ana Valeria
  • Gisselle Kuri as Maricruz Lechuga
  • Ana Valeria Cerecedo as Conchita
  • Ana Paulina Cáceres as Laura
  • Mariely Sosa as Iris
  • Alejandro Lago as Clemente Cerillo
  • David Ortega as El Flaco
  • Marcela Páez as Teacher Ana
  • Beatriz Monroy as Inocencia
  • Rosángela Balbó as Magda
  • María Prado as Lucha Dora
  • Aída Hernández as Petra
  • Fernando Nesme as Yamil
  • Patricia Martínez as Ángela
  • Alejandra Jurado as Gloria
  • Haydée Navarra as Soraya
  • Pepe Magaña as Buenavista
  • Gloria Izaguirre as Miroslava
  • Roxana Saucedo as Denisse
  • Javier Herranz as Eladio
  • Alejandro Ruiz as David
  • Raquel Morell as Rosaura
  • Conrado Osorio as Jaime
  • Mané Macedo as Irma
  • Citalli Galindo as Carmen
  • Charly Valentino as Ronco
  • María Alicia Delgado as Ady
  • Martín Rojas as Cabo Tejada
  • Benjamín Islas as Valerio Rojo
  • Roberto Tello as El Tracala
  • Moisés Suárez as Delfino
  • Jorge Pascual Rubio as Lic. Barbosa
  • José Antonio Estrada as Don Pablo
  • Jorge Robles as Goyo
  • Loreta as Karlita
  • Sugey Ábrego as Ada
  • Zamorita as Abuelo del Flaco
  • Memo Dorantes as Fachan
  • Tristán as El Gran Protector
  • Guadalupe Bolaños as Jovita
  • Lucia Fernanda as Olgita
  • Fernando Juramillo as Genaro
  • Daniela Zavala as Felipa
  • Florencia de Saracho as Ashley Monraz
  • Jorge Alberto Bolaños as Comandante
  • Ismael Fardín as Assistant police
  • Ricardo Silva as Sr. Moreno

Soundtrack

The soundtrack from the telenovela was released in 2005. The labels were Capitol Records, EMI and Televisa. It was produced by Chacho Gaytán, Xavier Asalí, Mauricio L. Arriaga and Jorge Eduardo Murguía. The following songs were included.

  1. Es Tiempo de Jugar
  2. Gran Día
  3. El Gallinero
  4. La Tabla del 7
  5. Maniquie
  6. Los Modales
  7. Así Son Mis Amigos
  8. El Zorrito Pinto
  9. Payasos
  10. El Juego del Rock
  11. La Princesa y el Bufón
  12. Chiki Tiki Wong

This songs were not included in the soundtrack.

  1. Sueños y Caramelos
  2. En el circo

Awards

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2006 24th TVyNovelas Awards Best Leading Actor Raúl Padilla "Choforo" Nominated
Best Child Performance Macarena Miguel
Nashla Aguilar
Best Direction Lilí Garza
Karina Duprez

References

  1. ^ "Sweets and Dreams". televisainternacional.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 October 2020.
  2. ^ "ELENCO DE LA TELENOVELA SUEÑOS Y CARAMELOS 10 AÑOS DESPUÉS" (in Spanish). famosospop.com. Retrieved December 30, 2014.

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