Aventuras En El Tiempo

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Aventuras En El Tiempo
Genre Telenovela
Directed by Martín Pérez Islas
Salvador Sánchez
José Benavent
Starring Maribel Guardia
Gerardo Murguía
Belinda
Christopher von Uckermann
Odiseo Bichir
Opening theme Aventuras en el tiempo by Belinda & Christopher von Uckermann
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 105
Production
Executive producer(s) Rosy Ocampo
Producer(s) Eduardo Meza
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release March 19 – August 10, 2001
Chronology
Preceded by Carita de Ángel
Followed by María Belén

Aventuras En El Tiempo (English title: Adventures in Time) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa in 2001.[1]

On March 19, 2001, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Aventuras En El Tiempo weekdays at 4:00pm, replacing Carita de Ángel. The last episode was broadcast on August 10, 2001 with María Belén replacing it the following day.

Maribel Guardia and Gerardo Murguía starred as adult protagonists, Belinda and Christopher von Uckermann starred as child protagonists, while Vanessa Guzmán and Odiseo Bichir starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Violeta lives with her uncle, because her mother died soon after she was born and she never knew her father. In addition to her uncle, Violeta stays with her grandmother from time to time as well. Violeta has a boyfriend named Ángel who gives her a pet dog.

While at her grandmother's house, Violeta discovers a time machine that her grandfather built, so she and her friends travel to different time periods. The adults also end up traveling in time with the kids, and then it takes them all to recent time periods like the 1980s, where Violeta meets her mother and witnesses her own birth and her mother's death.

Later, she reunites with her father who is a well-respected doctor, and, after telling him and her uncle that shes found a time machine, they make a plan to save her mother the minute she gives birth to Violeta and take her to the future. Violeta's father successfully saves her mother.

Violeta's mother later wakes up and is told that she is in the future, and she sees that her daughter was the same girl who helped her to the hospital.

Cast[edit]

Periods[edit]

Year 2470[edit]

  • Carlos Monden as Ángel del Huerto (old)
  • Irán Eory as Violeta Flores (old)
  • Rebeca Mankita as Violeta Flores (adult)
  • Susan Vohn as Violeta Flores (young)
  • Wendy González as Equis
  • Marco Uriel as Intelligence Chief

Year 2001[edit]

  • Maribel Guardia as Flor del Huerto
  • Gerardo Murguia as Marcos Flores Rosales
  • Belinda as Violeta Arcángel Flores
  • Christopher von Uckermann as Ángel del Huerto
  • Odiseo Bichir as Avaro Zopilote/Prof. Lostime
  • Vanessa Guzmán as Faby Wolf
  • Mario Prudomme as Carlos Espino
  • Gustavo Aguilar as Mr. Malrostro
  • Juan Carlos Casasola as Lic. Chacal
  • Alejandro Speitzer as Ernesto "Neto" del Huerto
  • Naydelin Navarrete as Paloma
  • Enrique Sánchez as Alejandro
  • Ramiro Torres as Leonardo
  • Daniela Mercado as María José
  • Roberto Marín as Narciso Espino del Huerto
  • Carmen Montejo as Margarita Rosales de Flores
  • Marga López as Urraca Valdepeña
  • Maricruz Nájera as Mrs. Zopilote
  • Luis de Icaza as Kent Wolf #1
  • Héctor Ortega as Kent Wolf #2
  • Carlos Bracho as Geranio Flores
  • Pedro Weber "Chatanuga" as Don Manuel del Bosque Verdozo
  • Ricardo Chavez as Octavio
  • Roxana Saucedo as Yazmín
  • Javier Herranz as Jacinto del Huerto
  • Héctor Cruz as Rufiano
  • Greta Cervantes as Lidia
  • Martha Sabrina as Carla Espino
  • Mario Figueroa as Carlitos Espino
  • Mónica Riestra as Estefani
  • Bárbara Ferré as Begoña
  • Sergio Catalán as Luis Fernando Téllez
  • Nora Velázquez as Rocío del Bosque y Verduzco "Super Rocío"
  • Lourdes Munguía as Rosalba del Campo
  • Daniel Gauvry as Dr. Taimpress
  • Juan Pablo Gamboa as Salvador Arcángel
  • Roberto Tello as Méndez
  • Tomás Tamez as Rosales
  • Rafael del Villar as Luis del Monte
  • Yissmali Castillo as Maritza
  • Fernando Montaño as Rudolfín
  • Luis Couturier as Actor
  • Julio Camejo as Tony
  • Sergio Saldivar as Luigi
  • Luis Manuel Ávila as Police
  • Ricardo Vera as Severo Correa
  • Silvia Pinal as Herself
  • Martha Carrillo as Herself
  • Magneto as Himselfs
  • Fabián Lavalle as Himself
  • Rubén Becerra as Sacerdote
  • Franco Gala as Obrero
  • Adriana Chapela as Angélica
  • Carlos Amador Jr.
  • Juan Carlos Martín del Campo

Year 1989[edit]

Year 1965[edit]

Year 1950[edit]

  • Toño Infante as Epaminondas
  • Miguel Galván as Godofredo "El Godis"
  • Esther Rinaldi as Lupita
  • Melina Escobedo as Estrellita
  • Dolores Salomón "Bodokito" as Mercedes
  • Silvia Contreras as Cook Ranch
  • Pedro Romo as Rubén

Year 1910[edit]

  • Suzeth Cerame as María de la Luz
  • Marco Zapata as María de la Luz's brother

Year 1900[edit]

  • Lucía Guilmáin as Mrs. Crescencia Amargura de Limón
  • Amor Huerta as Dulce
  • Nancy Patiño as Vicenta
  • Karen Valencia as Juana
  • María Fernanda Malo as Blonde girl from the orphanage
  • Itzel Torres as Macrina
  • Belinda as Rosenda
  • Odiseo Bichir as Roñoso Zopilote
  • Miguel Priego as Mr. who adopts Dulce
  • Daniela Serratos
  • José Luis Cordero "Pocholo"

Year 1894[edit]

Year 1885[edit]

  • Francis Laboriel as Princess Chorro de Humo
  • Yulyenette Anaya as African girl

Year 1810[edit]

  • Archie Lafranco as Don Rómulo
  • Joemy Blanco as Doña Isabel
  • Ernesto Laguardia as Insurgente
  • Francisco Rossel as Juan

Year 1790[edit]

Year 1039[edit]

  • Salvador Sánchez as King Tlacay

Year 1000[edit]

  • Gabriel Ramos Villalpando as King Arturo

Soundtracks[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2002 20th TVyNovelas Awards Best Male Revelation Christopher von Uckermann Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aventuras En El Tiempo" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 13, 2003. Retrieved May 8, 2016. 

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