Entre el amor y el odio

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Entre el Amor y el Odio
Entre el amor y el odio poster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Romance
Drama
Created by Hilda Morales de Allouis
Written by Liliana Abud
Jaime García Estrada
Orlando Merino
Dolores Ortega
Directed by Miguel Córcega
Édgar Ramírez
Starring Susana González
César Évora
Sabine Moussier
Alberto Estrella
Marga López
Opening theme Entre el amor y el odio by Ángel López
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 123
Production
Executive producer(s) Salvador Mejía Alejandre
Producer(s) Nathalie Lartilleux
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Editor(s) Marco Antonio Rocha
Alberto Frutos Maza
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 February 11 (2002-02-11) – August 2, 2002 (2002-08-02)
Chronology
Preceded by El manantial
Followed by Las vías del amor
External links
www.esmas.com/entreelamoryelodio

Entre el Amor y el Odio (English: Between love and hatred) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Salvador Mejía Alejandre for Televisa in 2002.[1] Based on radionovela Cadena de odio by Hilda Morales de Allouis.

On Monday, February 11, 2002, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Entre el Amor y el Odio weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing El manantial. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, August 2, 2002 with Las vías del amor replacing it the following day.

Susana González and César Évora starred as protagonists, while Sabine Moussier and Alberto Estrella starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

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 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.[2]

Cast[edit]

  • Susana González as Ana Cristina Robles Montenegro de Valencia de Villarreal - In love with Octavio, Octavio's wife, and mother od son Fernandito, step-sister Juliana and Rogelio and Leonela daughter
  • César Évora as Octavio Villarreal - In love with Ana Cristina, Ana Cristina's husband, then of Frida
  • Sabine Moussier as Frida Díaz de Villareal "Dama de la Corte" † - 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 as Marcial Andrade "Napoleón" † - 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
  • Marga López as Doña Josefa Villareal - Octavio’s aunt
  • María Sorté as María Magdalena Ortiz (vda. de Moreno) de Andrade - Rodolfo’s wife, then widowed, then wife of Marcial
  • Enrique Lizalde as Rogelio Valencia - Ana’s father, Julliana's father, grand father Ana' s son Fernandito, and Juliana's children
  • Carmen Salinas as Consuelo "Chelo"
  • Felicia Mercado as Lucila Montes † - Villain, dies poisoned by Cayetana
  • Maritza Olivares as Cayetana † - Villain, Frida’s aunt, hit by a truck killed, caused by Marcial
  • Harry Geithner as Everardo Castillo
  • Luz Elena González as Fuensanta de Moreno as José Alfredo's wife
  • Luis Roberto Guzmán as Gabriel Moreno Ortiz † - Villain, half-brother of Jose Alfredo, street fighter, corrupted by money and Marcial, Killed by Raton
  • Fabián Robles as José Alfredo Moreno Ortiz - Friend of Ana Cristina, was in love with Ana Cristina, water husband of Fuentsanta
  • Joaquín Cordero as Fernando Villarreal † - Octavio’s uncle, who was in love with Leonela, dies of a disease
  • Ninón Sevilla as Macarena Nogales
  • Elizabeth Aguilar as Mirna Nogales de Amaral
  • Mauricio Aspe as Tobías Morán † - Villain, killed by Raton and Libertad
  • Eduardo Noriega as Moisés Moyano
  • Juan Carlos Serrán as Vicente "Chente" Amaral
  • Vanessa Guzmán as Juliana Valencia Montes de Moreno , Rogelio's and Lucia's daughter, step-sister Ana Cristina, wife of Gabriel
  • Rubén Morales as Father Jesús Alarcón
  • Manuel "Loco" Valdés as Rigoberto "Rigo" Alarcón
  • Oscar Traven as Nicolás Villarreal
  • Silvia Manríquez as Rosalía — Frida’s mother
  • Jacqueline Bracamontes as Leonela Montenegro de Valencia † — Dies in a car accident, mother Ana Cristina's, ex-wife Rogelio, grandma Fernandito, som of Ana Cristina
  • Miguel Córcega as Manuel Robles "Father" † — Killed by Marcial
  • Juan Carlos Casasola as El Catrín † — Killed by Marcial
  • Marlene Favela as Cecilia Amaral † — Killed by Marcial
  • José Luis Reséndez as Nazario Amaral
  • Violeta Isfel as Paz
  • José Ángel García as Rodolfo Moreno † — Killed by Marcial
  • Ofelia Cano as Rebeca Ortiz - Gabriel’s mother, Aunt of Jose Alfredo
  • Tatiana Martínez as Lucía
  • Blanca Torres as Enriqueta
  • Jorge Luis Pascual as Rogelio Valencia (young)
  • Freddy Ortega as Caco
  • Germán Ortega as Keco
  • Patricia Romero as Lucha
  • Radamés de Jesús as Marcelino
  • Pablo Montero as Ánimas "Alma Caritativa" † - Friend of Ana Cristina, in love of Ana Cristina, killed by lion, to save the life of Ana Cristina
  • Ernesto Alonso as Abad
  • Arturo Peniche as Fabio Sacristan † Dies in a car accident
  • Víctor Noriega as Paulo Sacristan
  • Aurora Alonso as Prudencia
  • Marcial Casale as Trinidad
  • Carlos Amador as Chito
  • Juan Ignacio Aranda as Facundo
  • Jaime Lozano as Dr. Edgardo Ramos
  • Alberto Loztin as Rubén Alarcón
  • Benjamín Rivero as El Ratón † - Villain, killed by Marcial
  • Armando Palomo as Libertad † - Villain, killed by Marcial
  • Héctor Cruz as Father Manuel Robles (young)
  • Susana Lozano as Goya
  • Claudia Cervantes as Elena
  • Humberto Elizondo as Dr. Ortega
  • Aldo Monti as Lorenzo Ponti
  • Irma Torres as Mirta
  • Rodolfo Reyes as Teodoro
  • Vicente Torres as Adrián
  • Alberto Díaz as Arturo
  • Norma Reyna as Luz
  • Manuel Benítez as Iván
  • Roberto Meza as Ismael
  • Fernando Nesme as Oscar
  • Andrés Garza as Fernando "Fernandito" Villarreal Díaz Valencia
  • Alejandro Hernández as Juan Manuel Villarreal Valencia/Andrade Díaz
  • Omar Ayala as El Tractor
  • Jessica Jurado as Martha del Castillo
  • Aleida Núñez as India
  • Gerardo Gallardo as Monje
  • Julio Escalero as Monje

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2002 20th TVyNovelas Awards Best Actor César Évora Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor Alberto Estrella
Best Supporting Actress Carmen Salinas
Best Female Revelation Susana González Won
2003 Premios INTE Telenovela of the Year Salvador Mejía Nominated
Actor of the Year César Évora
Supporting Actor Alberto Estrella
Supporting Actress María Sorté

DVD release[edit]

The telenovela was released on DVD in region one on 7 March 2006 with optional English subtitles. The 124-episode series was abridged to a run time of 550 minutes.

In popular culture[edit]

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. In television series Los Simuladores, pictures of telenovela are shown.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Entre el Amor y el Odio" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 2, 2003. Retrieved May 20, 2016. 
  2. ^ Entre el Amor y el Odio on IMDb
  3. ^ Pictures of Entre el Amor y el Odio in Los Simuladores: El clon

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