Martín Garatuza (TV series)

Martín Garatuza is a Mexican telenovela produced by Fernando Moret and Rosy Ocampo for Televisa in 1986. The plot is based on the life of Martín Garatuza, a Mexican trickster of the 17th century.[1]

Martín Garatuza
GenreTelenovela
Drama
Created byVicente Riva Palacio
Written byJ.M. Rubio
Directed byJosé Caballero
Federico Weingartshofer
StarringManuel Landeta
Mariana Levy
Eduardo Capetillo
Julieta Egurrola
Claudio Báez
Alonso Echánove
Theme music composerErnesto Martínez
Walterio Pesqueira
Opening themeInstrumental
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes90
Production
Executive producersFernando Morett
Rosy Ocampo
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original release17 June (1986-06-17) –
31 October 1986 (1986-10-31)
Chronology
Preceded byMuchachita
Followed byEl padre Gallo

Manuel Landeta and Cecilia Toussaint starred as protagonists, Eduardo Capetillo and Cecilia Tijerina starred as co-protagonists, while Julieta Egurrola, Raquel Olmedo, Claudio Báez, Alonso Echánove, Surya MacGregor, Óscar Traven and Alberto Estrella starred as antagonists. Rita Guerrero and Mariana Levy starred as stellar performances.

CastEdit

  • Manuel Landeta as Martín Garatuza
  • Mariana Levy as Beatriz de Rivera
  • Eduardo Capetillo as Román Garatuza
  • Julieta Egurrola as Bruja Sarmiento
  • Claudio Báez as Pedro de Mejía
  • Alonso Echánove as El Ahuizote
  • Óscar Traven as Alonso de River
  • Cecilia Toussaint as Antonio de Araujo
  • Cecilia Tijerina as Lucía de Rivera
  • Rafael Rojas as César de Villaclara
  • Rita Guerrero as Blanca de Mejía
  • Álvaro Cerviño as Fernando de Quesada
  • Surya MacGregor as Luisa Pérez de Varaiz
  • Alberto Estrella as Carlos de Arellano
  • Héctor Álvarez as Guillén
  • Raquel Olmedo as Princess of Eboli
  • Lupita Sandoval as Andrea
  • Antonio Serrano as Teodoro
  • Leonor Llausás as Cleofas
  • Maripaz García as Lucrecia
  • Jaime Vega as Anselmo
  • Fernanda Ruizos as Berenice
  • Álvaro Guerrero as Santillana
  • Javier Díaz Dueñas as Virrey
  • Juan Carlos Bidault as Román Garatuza (child)

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1987 5th TVyNovelas Awards Best Actor Manuel Landeta Nominated
Best Leading Actress Surya MacGregor

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Top 25 Telenovelas From 5 Spanish-Speaking Countries". Always Spanish. Retrieved 20 August 2014.

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