|Created by||Benedito Ruy Barbosa
|Directed by||Ricardo Waddington|
Daniel de Oliveira
|Composer(s)||Lazza, Schiavon e Deluqui|
|Country of origin||Brazil|
|No. of episodes||167|
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Original channel||Rede Globo|
|Original release||May 10, 2004 – November 20, 2004|
Cabocla was a Brazilian soap opera epic produced and displayed at the time of 18 hours by Rede Globo on May 10 to November 20, 2004.
He told Vanessa Giácomo, Daniel de Oliveira, Tony Ramos, Patrícia Pillar, Mauro Mendonça, Carolina Kasting, Regiane Alves, Danton Mello, Eriberto Leão, Maria Flor and Malvino Salvador in leading roles.
This 2004 Soap opera was completely based on their 1979 soap opera by the same name and originally shown on Rede Globo as their remake.
Louis Jerome is a rich young man. Womanizer, is now in the street all night drinking and having fun with prostitutes, the boy discovers that he is suffering from pneumonia.
Advised by Edmund Esteves, your doctor decides to spend a season on the farm of a cousin in the town of Vila da Mata Espirito Santo, in search of fresh air, to prevent the disease from developing into a tuberculosis, a fact very common among the bohemians at the time that is history - the late 10, approximately in 1918.
When Louis Jerome comes to town, staying in the hotel the couple Bina Sinha, an Indian and Joe Station, the grandson of Portuguese, to wait for the cousin, Colonel Boanerges, which will take him to his farm.
Just one night at the hotel to marvel at the Louis daughter of Joe and Bina, the half-breed shy and aloof Zuca. To experience this great love, they face much resistance because of social differences and the fact that the bride Zuca be stubborn and cantankerous Tobias pawn.
And also by the arrival of Spanish Pepa, in love with Luis, a former lover of rich young man. It is established in the neighboring farm, owned by Colonel Justin widower, Colonel Boanerges political enemy.
Beside the main plot unfolds the political row between the colonels of the region: Boanerges and Justin, rivals in politics and power struggle.
Alongside this struggle, the true love between Cats and Neco. She is the daughter of Boanerges and Emerenciana, he, of Justin, which makes this novel a kind of Romeo and Juliet hillbilly who will highlight in history.
Neco will become a new leader in town. Well-intentioned, he may work for the people of the region, even facing the might of the colonels.
And amid all this, behold, the feelings of Mariquinha, daughter of Colonel Justin and sister of Neco by Tobias to surface, causing them to live a loving quartet along with Louis and Jerome Zuca.
|Vanessa Giácomo||Zuca (Zulmira de Oliveira Vieira Pires)|
|Daniel de Oliveira||Luís Jerônimo Vieira Pires|
|Patrícia Pillar||Emerenciana de Sousa Pereira (Ciana)|
|Tony Ramos||Coronel Boanerges de Sousa Pereira|
|Malvino Salvador||Tobias de Oliveira Pinto|
|Mauro Mendonça||Colonel Justino (Manuel Justino Caldas)|
|Carolina Kasting||Mariquinha (Maria Junqueira Caldas de Oliveira Pinto)|
|Regiane Alves||Belinha (Elizabeth Emerenciana de Sousa Pereira Junqueira Caldas)|
|Danton Mello||Neco (Manuel Junqueira Caldas)|
|Reginaldo Faria||Joaquim Vieira Pires|
|Sebastião Vasconcelos||Felício Pinto|
|Vera Holtz||Generosa de Oliveira Pinto|
|Otávio Augusto||Zé da Estação (José de Oliveira)|
|Jussara Freire||Siá Bina (Balbina de Oliveira)|
|Othon Bastos||Dr. Edmundo Esteves|
|Oscar Magrini||Capitão Macário|
|John Herbert||Vigário Gabriel|
|Umberto Magnani||Coronel Chico Bento (Francisco Bento)|
|Mareliz Rodrigues||Pequetita Novais Vieira Pires|
|Maria Flor||Tina (Cristina de Oliveira Pinto)|
|Elena Toledo||Pepa, la Sevillana (Pepa Junqueira Caldas)|
|Cosme dos Santos||Nastácio|
|Edyr de Castro||Maria|
|Rogério Falabella||Dr. Teles|
|Cláudio Galvan||Chico da Venda (Francisco do Espírito Santo)|
|Renata Di Carmo||Rute|
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