Corazón valiente

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Corazón valiente
Corazon Valiente Official Poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byMarcela Citterio
Written by
  • Juan Marcos Blanco
  • Marcela Citterio
  • Marisa Milanesio
  • Claudia Morales
Directed by
  • Ricardo Schwarz
  • Claudio Callao
  • Arturo Manuitt
  • Danny Gavidia
  • Luis Manzo
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Alberto Slezynger
  • Vinicio Ludovic
Opening theme"Corazón valiente" by Flora Ciarlo
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes206
Production
Executive producer(s)Carlos Lamus
Producer(s)
  • Mariana Iskandariani
  • Diana Ariza
Cinematography
  • Reinaldo Figueira
  • Miguel Font
Editor(s)Ramiro Pardo
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production company(s)Telemundo Studios
DistributorTelemundo Internacional
Release
Original networkTelemundo
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseMarch 6, 2012 (2012-03-06) –
January 7, 2013 (2013-01-07)
Chronology
Preceded byFlor Salvaje
Followed byLa Patrona

Corazón Valiente (Fearless Heart), originally known as Caídas del Cielo(Falls of Heaven) , is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Studios, Miami, featuring an ensemble cast.[1][2] Adriana Fonseca, Ximena Duque, José Luis Reséndez and Fabián Ríos starred as the main protagonists, with Aylin Mujica and Manuel Landeta starred as the main antagonists.

Telemundo aired Corazón Valiente weeknights at 9pm/8c from March 6, 2012 to January 7, 2013, replacing Flor Salvaje.[3][4] On January 8, 2013, La Patrona replaced Corazón Valiente.[5][6] As with most of its other telenovelas, the network broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.

Plot[edit]

This is the story of the friendship between two girls in a remote Mexican city called Valle de Bravo. Ángela Valdez (Sofía Sanabria), humble and sweet, was the daughter of Miguel Valdéz (Jorge Luis Pila), the bodyguard of the powerful and wealthy family Sandoval Navarro. Samantha Sandoval Navarro was the rich girl guarded by Miguel Valdéz. The two girls' lives are forever changed when Samantha is kidnapped, resulting in Miguel Valdéz sacrificing his life to save her. After what happened, the girls were separated.

Ángela and Samantha meet again after eighteen years. Ángela (Adriana Fonseca) is married to Luis Martínez (Gabriel Valenzuela); Has a daughter, Violeta (Nicole Arci), and works as a baker. For her part, Samantha (Ximena Duque) works as a bodyguard. Samantha comes up with the idea of inviting Ángela to work with her; Ángela accepts and assigns her the mission to protect Génesis Arroyo, the daughter of a multimillionaire lawyer named Juan Marcos Arroyo (Jose Luis Reséndez) who is unfortunately married to Isabel Uriarte (Sonya Smith), a proud and evil woman who is unfaithful, even with his own bodyguard. Meanwhile, Samantha is ordered to protect Willy del Castillo (Fabián Ríos), her first love, who has become a whimsical playboy and womanizer. Samantha decides not to reveal anything of her past, but he ends up discovering who she is and love arises between them.

Thus, Ángela and Samantha will have to fight with all the obstacles that their enemies will put them through in order to be happy with the people they love, while always having a brave heart.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

  • Sandra Beltrán as Ivonne Matamoros / La Niña Bonita
  • Andrés Cotrino as Nicolás del Castillo
  • Gabriela Borges as Jessica Águilar del Toro
  • Jonathan Freudman as Rodrigo Sandoval
  • Eduardo Rodríguez as Esteban de la Vega
  • Emily Alvarado as Young Samantha Sandoval
  • Ileana Jacket as Josefina Uriarte
  • Michelle Jones as Pamela Vallester
  • Paloma Márquez as Sol Díaz de León
  • Mauro Menendez as Young Jesús Matamoros
  • Ezequiel Montalt as Teniente Manuel Flores
  • Dayami Padrón as Paloma Nieves
  • Tuto Patiño as Cayetano Rodríguez / Ringo
  • Francisco Porras as Dante
  • María del Pilar Pérez as María Fernanda del Castillo
  • Yami Quintero as Fiscal Eugenia de la Salle
  • Fernando Cermeño as Gael
  • Anthony Sandobal as Juan Cruz Arroyo
  • Jamie Sasson as Paula Uriarte
  • Eduardo Wasveiler as Juan Ignacio Arroyo

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2012 Premios People en Español[7][8]
Best Telenovela Marcela Citterio Nominated[7][8]
Best Actress Adriana Fonseca Nominated[7][8]
Best Actor José Luis Reséndez Nominated[7][8]
Best Supporting Actress Ximena Duque Nominated[7][8]
Best Supporting Actor Fabián Ríos Nominated[7][8]
Best Villain Manuel Landeta Nominated[7][8]
Best Villain Aylín Mujica Nominated[7][8]
Newcomer of the Year Briggitte Bozzo Nominated[7][8]
Sweethearts Ximena Duque and Fabián Ríos Nominated[7][8]
Premios Tu Mundo[9][10]
Novela of the Year Marcela Citterio Nominated [9][10]
Favorite Lead Actor José Luis Reséndez Nominated[9][10]
Favorite Lead Actress Adriana Fonseca Nominated[9][10]
The Best Bad Boy Manuel Landeta Nominated[9][10]
The Best Bad Girl Aylin Mujica Won[9][10]
The Perfect Couple Ximena Duque and Fabián Ríos Won[9][10]
The Best Kiss Ximena Duque and Fabián Ríos Won[9][10]
Great Young Actor Briggitte Bozzo Nominated[9][10]
Emily Alvarado Nominated[9][10]
Nicole Arci Nominated[9][10]
Best Bad Luck Video "El plan de seducción de Vicente sale mal" Nominated[9][10]
"Ángela confunde al dueño de la casa con el empleado" Nominated[9][10]
Best Novela Soundtrack "Mi primer amor" Nominated[9][10]
2013 Miami Life Awards[11][12]
Best Telenovela Marcela Citterio Nominated [11]
Best female lead of telenovela Adriana Fonseca Won[11]
Ximena Duque Nominated[11]
Best male lead of telenovela José Luis Reséndez Nominated[11]
Fabián Ríos Nominated[11]
Best Supporting Actress telenovela Brenda Asnicar Nominated[11]
Best actress telenovela villain Aylín Mujica Won[11]
Best actor telenovela villain Manuel Landeta Nominated[11]
Gabriel Valenzuela Won[11]
Best leading actress Alba Roversi Nominated[11]
Best Actress disclosure Briggitte Bozzo Nominated[11]
Emily Alvarado Nominated[11]
Nicole Arci Nominated[11]
Sofía Sanabria Nominated[11]
Best telenovela Marcela Citterio Won[11]
2014
Best young actress telenovela Sofía Sanabria Nominated [12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Corazón Valiente" nueva telenovela de Telemundo
  2. ^ TELEMUNDO KICKS OFF THE PRODUCTION OF ITS NEW PRIMETIME NOVELA “CORAZON VALIENTE,” STARRING ADRIANA FONSECA AND JOSE LUIS RESENDEZ
  3. ^ Corazon Valiente: Promocional con ‘Aylin Mujica’
  4. ^ Corazón Valiente: Villanos
  5. ^ Con fecha “La Patrona” Archived 2013-02-12 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Telemundo's La Patrona: Peligro
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Bárbara Morán (September 14, 2012). "Lista de nominados a los Premios People en Español 2012" (in Spanish). starMedia. Archived from the original on June 9, 2015. Retrieved August 14, 2014.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Marie Palma F (September 14, 2012). "Lista de ganadores de los Premios People en Español 2012" (in Spanish). starMedia. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved August 14, 2014.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Bárbara Morán. "Lista de nominados a los Premios Tu Mundo 2012" (in Spanish). starMedia. Retrieved August 14, 2014.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Armando Tinoco. "Premios Tu Mundo 2012: ¡Lista de ganadores!" (in Spanish). Entretenimiento Terra. Retrieved August 14, 2014.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Lino Ferrer. "Ganadores y nominados a los Miami Life Awards 2013" (in Spanish). Miami Life Awards site web. Retrieved August 14, 2014.
  12. ^ a b Lino Ferrer. "Ganadores y nominados a los Miami Life Awards 2014" (in Spanish). Miami Life Awards site web. Retrieved August 14, 2014.

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