De pura sangre (English title:Of pure blood) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1985.[2] Its original story of María Zarattini and directed by José Rendón.

De pura sangre
Created byMaría Zarattini
Directed byJosé Rendón
Music byWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Opening theme"Symphony No. 29"
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes55[1]
Executive producerErnesto Alonso
CinematographyCarlos Guerra
Running time22 minutes[1]
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseDecember 9, 1985 (1985-12-09) –
February 21, 1986 (1986-02-21)

Christian Bach and Humberto Zurita starred as protagonists, while Enrique Álvarez Félix, Manuel Ojeda and Víctor Junco starred as antagonists.

Plot edit

In the "San Joaquin" ranch, located in the village of San Miguel Allende, millionaire dies Solis Don Alberto Duarte, owner of a large fortune and a prosperous farm where horses are bred thoroughbred. Its closest relative is his niece, Florence, who will marry his ambitious promises, Leonardo. This is the promise very happy thinking that his future wife will own a fortune, but, to his horror, Florencia will inherit only a small part of the money; the rest of the fortune of Don Alberto and the estate will pass into the hands of a stranger from Madrid, Alberto Salerno.

Homero, uncle of Leonardo interested as he performs plans for Alberto is arrested for drug trafficking on the way to Mexico. Meanwhile, Leonardo married Florencia and encouraged to contest the will due to the absence of the primary heir, and so she becomes mistress of everything but name only. However, almost a year later, Alberto escapes from prison during a fire and heads to San Miguel Allende with the idea of revenge in mind.

His prime suspect is obviously Florencia, for she knew he was on his way and also had reason to remove it. Alberto, who was police, begins his investigation. The name of Marcos gets, and gets a job as a laborer on the farm that is technically theirs. Florencia, trapped in a marriage that has not been consummated, is attracted to the new worker.

Cast edit

  • Christian Bach as Florencia Duarte Valencia
  • Humberto Zurita as Alberto Salerno del Villar/Marcos Mejía
  • Enrique Álvarez Félix as Leonardo Altamirano
  • José Antonio Ferral as Fulgencio
  • Manuel Ojeda as Carlos Meléndez
  • Delia Casanova as Laura Blanchet
  • Luis Xavier as Felipe
  • Alicia Rodríguez as Beatriz Valencia Vda. de Duarte
  • Víctor Junco as Homero Altamirano
  • Arsenio Campos as Diego Bustamante
  • Miguel Macía as Father Francisco Alvear
  • Margarita Gralia as Andrea
  • Ofelia Cano as Carmelita
  • Jacarandá Alfaro as Chuy
  • Maristel Molina as Ángela
  • Carmen Cortés as Josefina
  • Graciela Lara as Amparo
  • Alberto Macías as Camilo
  • Alejandro Ruiz as Agustín
  • Fidel Garriga as Nicolás
  • Thalía Salas as Regina
  • Guillermo García Cantú as Anselmo Bustamante
  • Josefina Castellanos as Lulú
  • Raúl Morales as Lic. Hernández
  • Tito Guízar as Juan
  • Claudia Inchaurregui as Ana María Salerno
  • José Chávez as Teniente González
  • José Luis Llamas as Bernal
  • Carlos Guerra as Javier
  • Alfonso Kaffiti as Mario Salerno
  • Jorge Victoria as Police's chief
  • Adalberto Parra as Hampón
  • Joaquín Gallegos
  • Miguel Angel Negrete as Teniente Gallegos
  • Rosa Elena Díaz as Rosa del Villar
  • Julia Marichal
  • Arturo Laphan
  • Carl Hillos
  • Fortino Salazar

Awards edit

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1986 4th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Ernesto Alonso Won
Best Actress Christian Bach Nominated
Best Actor Humberto Zurita Won
Best Antagonist Actor Enrique Álvarez Félix
Manuel Ojeda Nominated
Best Leading Actress Alicia Rodríguez
Best Young Lead Actress Delia Casanova
Best Female Revelation Ofelia Cano Won
Jacaranda Alfaro Nominated
Best Female Debut Claudia Incháurregui
Best Male Debut Guillermo García Cantú
Luis Xavier Won
Best Direction José Rendón
Best Original Story or Adaptation María Zarattini

References edit

  1. ^ a b "Sección visual de De pura sangre (Serie de TV)". (in Spanish). Retrieved 5 July 2017.
  2. ^ De pura sangre in Alma Latina Retrieved January 30, 2015

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