Rei Davi

Rei Davi (English: King David)[1] is a Brazilian miniseries produced and broadcast by RecordTV. It premiered on January 12, 2012 and ended on May 3, 2012.[2] The series is based on the Books of Samuel and a part of I Kings.

Rei Davi
Rei Davi Series Logo.jpeg
GenreMiniseries
Biblical epic
Written byVivian de Oliveira
Directed byEdson Spinello
StarringLeonardo Brício
Renata Dominguez
Gracindo Júnior
Iran Malfitano
Maria Ribeiro
Camila Rodrigues
Élder Gattelly
Cláudio Fontana
Country of originBrazil
Original language(s)Portuguese
No. of episodes30
Production
Running time50 min.
Release
Original networkRecordTV
Original releaseJanuary 24 (2012-01-24) –
May 3, 2012 (2012-05-03)
External links
Website

SynopsisEdit

The plot is based on I Samuel and II Samuel. It shows the life of David, a shepherd son of Jesse, who is very much envied by others. Saul, his main enemy, wants to kill him. Saul is slain in battle and David assumes the throne of Israel, but even so he will have enemies and many other things will happen to him. After several battles Saul surrenders to David his daughter Michal to become his wife in which he was always envious of David's other wives because of his infertility. After the death of Saul and Jonathan his son Etbaal takes over the throne of Israel while David reigns over the tribe of Judah. After the death of Etbaal, David becomes the king of Israel and makes the capital Jerusalem.

CastEdit

Actor Character
Leonardo Brício David[3]
Renata Dominguez Bate-Seba[4]
Maria Ribeiro Michal[3][5]
Iran Malfitano Abner[5]
Camila Rodrigues Merab[5][6]
Gracindo Júnior Saul[5]
Angela Leal Edna [7]
Marly Bueno Ahinoam[5]
Paulo Figueiredo Ahitophel[7][8]
Roger Gobeth Amnon[9]
Léo Rosa Absalom [7][9]
Bianca Castanho Selima[7]
Thierry Figueira Ziba[10]
Rodrigo Phavanello Eliabe[11]
João Vitti Joabe[12]
Cláudio Fontana Jônatas[5]
Roberta Gualda Tirsa[13]
Raquel Nunes Rispai[14]
Gabriel Gracindo Husai[7]
Alexandre Barillari Urias[7][15][16]
Raymundo de Souza Agague[17]
Vitor Hugo Mephiboshet [18]
Leandro Léo Davi (young)[19]
Clemente Viscaíno Jessé[7]
André Segatti Paltiel (Palti)[7]
Thelmo Fernandes Profeta Natã[20][21]
Caetano O'Maihlan Baaná
Cibele Larrama Allat [22][23]
Júlia Fajardo Tamar[7][9]
Rômulo Estrela Adriel[6]
Amanda Diniz Merabe (young)
Roney Villela Doegue[24]
Daniel Andrade Esbaal[5]
Isaac Bardavid Samuel[25][26]
Yunes Chamil Aimeleque[27]
Oberdan Júnior Josias[7]
Daniel Ávila Jonadabe
Eduardo Semerjian Eliã[7]
Élder Gatelly Sacerdote Abiatar[28]
Daniel Bouzas Itai[29]
Janaína Ávila Abigail[30]
Bernardo Segreto Joabe (young)
Felipe Kannenberg Aquis[31]
Cacau Mello Raquel[32]
Eline Porto Mical (young)
Thaís Vaz Maaca[33]

ProductionEdit

The series had scenes filmed in stockshot in the Desert of Chile and in cities of Canada, like Cache Creek and Kamloops.[34] There were scenes in Rio Grande and in other cities outside of São Paulo, like Diamantina, in Minas Gerais.

Some actors had to learn Hebrew and how to make bread, besides customs of the time of the Bible and tactics of war. The series cost R$25,000,000.

BroadcastEdit

The series was broadcast on Tuesdays and Thursday from January 24, 2012 to May 3, 2012. It was rerun from October 22, 3012 to December 17, 2012 and again from November 16, 2015 to January 18, 2016.[35]

In the United States it aired on MundoMax in 2013.[36] It also aired on Univision from December 11, 2017 to January 12, 2018 at 8pm/7c.[37]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "King David - Record TV Network". recordtvnetwork.com. Retrieved 10 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Texto bíblico de 'Rei Davi' bate a luxúria de 'As Brasileiras'". Veja (in Portuguese). Editora Abril. 2012-02-24. Archived from the original on 2012-03-27. Retrieved 2012-02-25.
  3. ^ a b "Record começa a gravar Rei Davi". R7.com.
  4. ^ Protagonista de Rei Davi, Renata Dominguez afirma que este é o mair desafio de sua carreira
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Veja os inimigos de Davi na minissérie da Record
  6. ^ a b Camila Rodrigues é Merabe em Rei Davi
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Rei Davi - Personagens
  8. ^ Paulo Figueireido é guerreiro do excército em Rei Davi
  9. ^ a b c Léo Rosa, Júlia Fajardo e Roger Gobeth também estarão em Rei Davi
  10. ^ Thierry Figueira será cego mau-caráter em Rei Davi
  11. ^ Rodrigo Phavanello interpretará o invejoso Eliabe em Rei Davi
  12. ^ João Vitti é Joabe em Rei Davi
  13. ^ Rei Davi: Tirsa raspa a cabeça para recomeçar a vida
  14. ^ Raquel Nunes é Rispa na minissérie Rei Davi
  15. ^ Renata Dominguez é Bate-Seba em Rei Davi
  16. ^ Alexandre Brillari é Urias, marido de Bate-Seba e guerreiro de Davi
  17. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Agague
  18. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Mefibosete
  19. ^ Rei Davi usa linguagem coloquial e cores de quadroes renascentistas
  20. ^ Thelmo Fernandes, que interpretará profeta de Rei Davi conta que a série terá cenas em hebraico
  21. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Natã
  22. ^ Cibele Larrama é a médium Allat em Rei Davi
  23. ^ Ator Roney Vilela interpreta Doegue, um dos soldados do Rei Saul
  24. ^ Ator Roney Villela interpreta Doegue, um dos soldados do rei Saul
  25. ^ Yunes Chami é Aimeleque em Rei Davi
  26. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Samuel
  27. ^ Ynes Chami é Aimeleque em Rei Davi
  28. ^ Após oficina de atores da Record Élder Gatelly emplaca papel em Rei Davi
  29. ^ Renata Dominguez e Maria Ribeiro farão história de Davi
  30. ^ Rei Davi, nova minissérie da Record
  31. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Aquis
  32. ^ Júlia Fajardo interpreta Tamar, personagem que viverá uma grande decepção
  33. ^ Rei Davi - Personagens - Maaca
  34. ^ "Minissérie "Rei Davi" terá produção de qualidade pela Record - Inforgospel". blogs.odiario.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2017-06-10.
  35. ^ "Record estreia reprise de Rei Davi e novo horário de Os Dez Mandamentos". www.oplanetatv.clickgratis.com.br (in Portuguese). Retrieved 17 November 2017.
  36. ^ "¨El Rey David: Un corazón apasionado¨ ¡Se estrena este lunes por MundoFOX!". tvboricuausa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 November 2017.
  37. ^ González, Moisés. "Univision estrena nueva telenovela estelar en diciembre". peopleenespanol.com (in Spanish). People en Español. Retrieved 17 November 2017.

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