Ángeles blancos

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Ángeles blancos
Genre Telenovela
Created by Jorge Patiño
Written by Jorge Patiño
José Antonio Olvera
Directed by Juan Carlos Muñoz
Starring Jacqueline Andere
Rogelio Guerra
Ignacio López Tarso
Alfonso Iturralde
Antonio Medellín
Carmelita González
Queta Lavat
Opening theme Primavera by Antonio Vivaldi
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 110
Executive producer(s) Carlos Sotomayor
Cinematography Albino Corrales
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release September 3, 1990 (1990-09-03) – February 1, 1991 (1991-02-01)
Preceded by Días sin luna
Followed by Madres egoístas

Ángeles blancos (English title: White angels) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Sotomayor for Televisa in 1990.[1]

Jacqueline Andere, Rogelio Guerra and Alfonso Iturralde starred as protagonists, while Queta Lavat, Héctor Gómez and Antonio Medellín starred as antagonists. Ignacio López Tarso starred as stellar performance.


Rocío Díaz de León is committed to Augusto, a Formula 2 driver. The two are married, but during their honeymoon in New York, the couple is the victim of a robbery and Augusto dies.

On the other hand, we have Jorge Pades, a pilot who has a heart attack during a flight from New York to the city of Mexico. Luckily, dew, who is a cardiologist, at the airport and given first aid, which save you life in the hospital.

Jorge and Rocío arises a difficult love, because he is already married to Martha. George recovers, but understands that his life is in danger and only a transplant could save him. Stays in the clinic of the perfect Doctor Diaz, father of dew, and you can do the delicate operation. However, while waiting for a donor, Jorge suffered a second heart attack.



Year Award Category Nominee Result
1991 9th TVyNovelas Awards Best Actress Jacqueline Andere Nominated
Best Actor Rogelio Guerra
Best Leading Actor Ignacio López Tarso


  1. ^ "Ángeles blancos" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on June 6, 2011. Retrieved February 18, 2016.

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