Las Bravo is a Mexican telenovela produced by María del Carmen Marcos for TV Azteca in 2014.

Las Bravo
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GenreTelenovela
Created byPaz Aguirre
Based onLas Vega's
by Jonathan Cuchacovich and Nicolás Wellmann
Directed by
  • José Acosta
  • Enrique Pineda
Creative directorAriel Blanco
Starring
Theme music composerAgustín Argüelles
Opening theme"Desnudas mi corazón" by Agustín Argüelles[1]
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes130[2]
Production
Executive producerMaricarmen Marcos
Producers
  • José Solano
  • Francisco Sosa
CinematographyManuel Palacios
EditorMarco Iván González
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production companyTV Azteca
Release
Original networkAzteca Trece
Picture format
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original release18 August 2014 (2014-08-18) –
13 February 2015 (2015-02-13)
Chronology
Preceded bySiempre tuya Acapulco
Followed byAsí en el barrio como en el cielo

Edith González, Mauricio Islas and Saúl Lisazo. Carolina Miranda, Carla Carrillo and Paulette Hernández star as the leading teen protagonists.[3]

As of 18 August 2014 Canal 13 started broadcasting Las Bravo weekdays at 20:00 replacing Siempre Tuya Acapulco. Production of Las Bravo began on 18 February 2014.[3]

PlotEdit

Las Bravo is the story of Valentina Bravo and her three daughters – rich, privileged and prejudiced women who see her fall when the patriarch of the house dies. Leaving exorbitant debts, the four women will be forced to be evicted from their pride and get to work managing a new business, a nightclub for women. The Bravo's will have to learn to get along with a group of male strippers who are just as desperate to survive. Along the way, the Bravo's will learn about independence, to find themselves and find love.[3]

CastEdit

StarringEdit

Also starringEdit

  • Carla Carrillo as Roberta Bravo Díaz
  • Carolina Miranda as Carmen Bravo Díaz
  • Paulette Hernández as Adriana Bravo
  • Héctor Arredondo as Gerardo Ibañez / Gerry
  • Lambda García as Fernando Sánchez
  • Juan Vidal as Secundino Godínez / Adonis
  • Pedro Sicard as Samuel Robles
  • María Fernanda Quiroz as Rosa "Roxana" de Sánchez
  • Eugenio Montessoro as José Bravo / El Toro
  • Alberto Casanova as Manuel Campilla
  • Mauricio Aspe as Patricio Castro
  • Cecilia Piñeiro as Virginia Ibáñez
  • Ángeles Marín as Miguelina de Bravo
  • Claudia Marín as Evangelina López
  • Fabián Peña as Aníbal Villaseñor
  • Josefo Rodríguez as Cándido Pastrana
  • Jorge Zepeda as Teodoro
  • Lizeth Cuevas as Beatriz Alcántara
  • Stefany Hinojosa as Tania
  • Tamara Fascovich as Liliana "Lily" Castro
  • Cynthia Quintana as Ingrid
  • José Astorga as Jairo Velázquez
  • Ernesto Diaz del Castillo as Gabriel Cisneros
  • Roberto Mares as José Primitivo Bravo
  • Ángel Vigón as René Pastrana
  • Esaú as Roberto "Robertito" Cisneros
  • Patricio Guzmán as José Manuel Campilla
  • Cinthia Vázquez as Xiomara

RecurringEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rubio, Flor. "Agustín Argüello cantará el tema principal de "Las Bravo"". radioformula.com.mx (in Spanish). Grupo Fórmula. Retrieved 20 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Las Bravo. Crítica final de la telenovela". lahoradelanovela.com (in Spanish). 14 February 2015. Retrieved 20 July 2017.
  3. ^ a b c ""Las Bravo" debutará el 18 de agosto en Azteca 13" (in Spanish). TVBoricuausa. Retrieved 6 August 2014.

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