Entre el Amor y el Odio
|Entre el Amor y el Odio|
|Created by||Hilda Morales Allois|
|Written by||Hilda Morales Allois (original)
Liliana Abud (adaptation)
|Directed by||Miguel Córcega|
|Theme music composer||Ángel López|
|Opening theme||"Entre el amor y el odio"|
|Ending theme||"Entre el amor y el odio"|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||123|
|Executive producer(s)||Salvador Mejía Alejandre|
|Editor(s)||Marco Antonio Rocha
Alberto Frutos Maza
|Running time||approx. 44 minutes|
|Original channel||Canal de las Estrellas|
|Original run||February 11, 2002 – August 2, 2002|
|Preceded by||El Manantial|
|Followed by||Las Vías del Amor|
Entre el Amor y el Odio (English: Between Love and Hatred) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Salvador Mejía Alejandre and Televisa that aired on Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico from 11 February 2002 through 2 August 2002. The telenovela is based on the radionovela Cadena de odio ("Chain of Hatred"), which was written by Hilda Morales Allois.
After a long absence, Octavio Villarreal (César Évora) returns to Guanajuato in order to see his uncle Fernando (Joaquín Cordero), who is on his deathbed. Octavio always considered his uncle to be like a father until Fernando prevented him from marrying Frida (Sabine Moussier). Since that day Octavio has only felt resentment towards Fernando. Octavio heads for the Villarreal mansion in his car with Marcial (Alberto Estrella), a trusted employee of Fernando, when they are intercepted by a girl on a horse. Octavio is taken with the young woman's beauty, but the contemptuous Marcial tells him that Ana Cristina (Susana González) is Fernando's lover. This is a lie, however; Fernando has only protected the girl who lives on the Villarreal grounds with her supposed grandfather, Manuel (Miguel Corcega). Fernando dies in Ana Cristina's arms, confessing to her that the love of his life was a woman named Leonela. Upon seeing his uncle's body, Octavio remembers the love they had and takes out his pain and frustration on Ana Cristina, calling her a mujerzuela, a whore.
However, Fernando's will stipulates that his nephew and his protégée will inherit his shoe factory, but only if they marry and live together for a year. The corrupt Marcial goes to Miami to find the ambitious Frida, who renews her relationship with Octavio even though he has married Ana Cristina. Marcial and Frida want to take over the factory and conspire so that this marriage does not last any longer than necessary, sowing doubts in Octavio's heart about the purity and good intentions of his wife. Although Octavio loves Ana Cristina, his doubts lead him to abandon her and go to Miami with Frida. From there he returns in the company of the businessmann Rogelio Valencia, a man who has a lot to do with the now-pregnant Ana Cristina's past. Frida, also, is pregnant, and Octavio finds himself trapped between his love for his wife and his obligation to the child that Frida carries.
- Susana González — Ana Cristina Robles. Main female protagonist. Wife of Octavio. In love with Octavio.
- César Évora — Octavio Villarreal. Main male protagonist. Husband of Ana Cristina, then of Frida. In love with Ana Cristina.
- Sabine Moussier — Frida Díaz de Villarreal. Main villain. Lover of Marcial. Ex-wife of Octavio. At the end of the show she encounters leprosy. Marcial cuts her throat and she falls to her death.'
- Alberto Estrella — Marcial Andrade. Main villain. Lover of Frida. Maria Magdalena’s husband. Frida tries to burn him alive, but he survives, although heavily disfigured. Responsible for the deaths of Frida, Libertad, Cayetana, Cecilia, Raton, Manuel, Rodolfo, Catrin. He is killed by Frida who shoots him 2 times and he falls to his death.
- María Sorté — María Magdalena Moreno. Rodolfo’s wife, then widowed. Wife of Marcial.
- Carmen Salinas — Consuelo "Chelo"
- Armando Palomo - Libertad Villain - Killed by Marcial. †
- Marga López — Doña Josefa Villarreal. Octavio’s aunt.
- Joaquín Cordero — Fernando Villarreal. Octavio’s uncle, who was in love with Leonela. Dies of a disease. †
- Luz Elena González — Fuensanta
- Maritza Olivares — Cayetana, Frida’s aunt. Villain - hit by a truck killed, caused by Marcial. †
- Silvia Manríquez — Rosalía, Frida’s mother
- Enrique Rojo — José Alfredo Moreno Ortiz. Friend of Ana Cristina. Was in love with Ana Cristina. Later husband of Fuentsanta.
- Ofelia Cano — Rebeca Ortiz. Gabriel’s mother. Aunt of Jose Alfredo.
- Elizabeth Aguilar — Mima
- Radamés de Jesús — Marcelino
- Carlos Torres — Moises
- Luis Roberto Guzmán — Gabriel Moreno Ortiz Villain. Half-brother of Jose Alfredo, street fighter; corrupted by money and Marcial. Killed by Raton. †
- Ninón Sevilla — Macarena Nogares
- Juan Carlos Serrán — Vicente
- Mauricio Aspe — Tobias Villain - killed by Raton and Libertad †
- Rubén Morales — Father Jesús Alarcón
- Marlene Favela — Cecilia Amaral Killed by Marcial. †
- Marcial Casale — Trinidad
- Aurora Alonso — Prudencia
- Carlos Amador — Chino
- Patricia Romera — Lucha
- Violeta Isfel — Paz
- Marcelo Buquet — Facundo
- José Luis Reséndez — Nazario Amaral
- Benjamín Rivero — Ratón Villain - Killed by Marcial. †
- Alberto Loztin — Rubén Alarcón
- Miguel Córcega — Manuel Robles Killed by Marcial. †
- Jaime Lozano — Dr. Ramos
- Freddy Ortega — Caco
- Pablo Montero — Animas Friend of Ana Cristina, In Love of Ana Cristina. Killed by lion, to save the life of Ana Cristina. †
- Germán Ortega — Queco
- José Ángel García — Rodolfo Moreno Killed by Marcial. †
- Oscar Traven — Nicolás
- Héctor Cruz — Young Manuel
- Juan Carlos Casasola — Catrín Killed by Marcial. †
- Jacqueline Bracamontes — Leonela Dies in a car accident. †
- Enrique Lizalde — Rogelio Valencia, Ana’s father
- Felicia Mercado — Lucila Montes Vilain - Dies poisoned by Cayetana. †
- Víctor Noriega - Paulo Sacristan
- Arturo Peniche - Fabio Sacristan Dies in a car accident. †
Entre el Amor y el Odio aired on Canal de las Estrellas from 11 February through 2 August 2002, occupying the 9 pm timeslot Mondays through Fridays. In total, 123 episodes aired.
In popular culture
Entre el Amor y el Odio was the subject of a brief parody on the Mexican television program XHDRbZ which was called Entre el amor y Elodio. Susana González, Eugenio Derbez, and Sammy appeared in the sketch as Elodio.
- Best New Actress — Susana González