La antorcha encendida

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La antorcha encendida
Genre Telenovela
Romance
Drama
Created by Fausto Zerón Medina
Written by Liliana Abud
Marcia Yance
José Manuel Villalpando
Tere Medina
Directed by Gonzalo Martínez Ortega
Claudio Reyes Rubio
Jesús Moreno
Starring Leticia Calderón
Humberto Zurita
Juan Ferrara
Julieta Rosen
Ari Telch
Juan Peláez
Ernesto Laguardia
Theme music composer Jorge Avendaño
Opening theme Obertura
Ending theme Pedro de Soto
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 140 (Original version)
70 (International version)
Production
Executive producer(s) Ernesto Alonso
Producer(s) Carlos Sotomayor
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Cinematography Jesús Acuña Lee
Carlos Guerra Villareal
Running time 21-22 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 May 6 (1996-05-06) – November 15, 1996 (1996-11-15)
Chronology
Preceded by María la del Barrio (21:00)
Tú y yo (22:00)
Followed by Te sigo amando (21:00)/(22:00)

La antorcha encendida (English: The Flaming Torch) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso and Carlos Sotomayor for Televisa in 1996.[1]It was the last historical telenovela produced by Televisa. The plot tells the Independence of Mexico, with an emphasis on historical accuracy. It was written by Fausto Zeron Medina in collaboration with Liliana Abud.

On Monday, May 6, 1996, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting La antorcha encendida weekdays at 9:00pm, replacing María la del Barrio. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, November 15, 1996 with Te sigo amando replacing it the following day.

Leticia Calderón and Humberto Zurita starred as protagonists, while Juan Ferrara, Julieta Rosen, Alejandra Ávalos and Ari Telch starred as antagonists. Luis Gatica, Christian Bach, Alejandro Ruiz, Julio Beckles, Ernesto Laguardia, Mario Iván Martínez, Sergio Reynoso and the leading actors Patricia Reyes Spíndola, María Rivas, Angélica María, Ofelia Guilmáin, Carmen Salinas, María Rojo, Juan Peláez, Germán Robles, Luis Gimeno, Enrique Rocha, Aarón Hernán, Sergio Jiménez and Lorenzo de Rodas starred as stellar performances.

Plot[edit]

It has been three centuries of Spanish rule. Three hundred years in which the discounted of the population of New Spain has grown along with their suffering by injustice, exploitation, poverty and inequality. It is in this Mexico that begins to awaken which frames the love story between Mariano and Teresa.

United not only by affection, but especially by the desire to see their land free, their paths follow the history of Mexico's independence and freedom. The show depicts the lives of three families, de Soto, de Muniz and the widowed Jane Foncerada and their five adopted children. Mariano Foncerada will face Don Pedro to defend Teresa de Muniz he loves and Pedro seeks to destroy it without suspecting that Mariano is his son.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1997 15th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Ernesto Alonso Nominated
Best Actress Leticia Calderón
Best Antagonist Actor Juan Ferrara
Best Supporting Actress Angélica María
Best Supporting Actor Juan Peláez
Best Direction of the Camaras Jesús Acuña Lee
Carlos Guerra
Won
Best Production Carlos Sotomayor
Best Outstanding Performance Juan Ferrara
Ernesto Laguardia
Juan Peláez
Best Art Direction Isabel Chazaro
Ricardo Matamoros
Miguel Ángel Medina
Best Decor Ricardo Brizuela
Best Costume Design Cristina Bauza
Beatrice Vázquez
Best Editing Marcelino Gómez
Roberto Nino

Soundtrack[edit]

Available in Mercado Libre and Amazon.[2]

# Title Written by Time
1. "Instrumental (Obertura)" Jorge Avéndaño 1:38
2. "Sonata de Flauta y Cémbalo" Jorge Avéndaño 2:38
3. "El Padre Hidalgo" Jorge Avéndaño 2:35
4. "Los Criollos" Jorge Avéndaño 1:49
5. "Los Lamentos" Jorge Avéndaño 3:19
6. ""Teresa y Mariano Jorge Avéndaño 3:10
7. "Pedro de Soto" Jorge Avéndaño 1:25
8. "Nocturno" Jorge Avéndaño 3:48
9. "Huapango Mestizo" Jorge Avéndaño 1:34
10. "Fugato de Cuerdas" Jorge Avéndaño 0:39
11. "Morelos (El Genio Militar)" Jorge Avéndaño 2:56
12. "Romance" Jorge Avéndaño 0:33
13. "El Son" Jorge Avéndaño 1:31
14. "Instumental (Obertura) 2: La Campana de Dolores" Jorge Avéndaño 2:08
15. "Los Lamentos (Alternative version)" Jorge Avéndaño 3:20
16. "Las Batallas (Alternative version of Pedro de Soto)" Jorge Avéndaño 1:58
17. "Los Niños Muertos (La Alhóndiga)" Jorge Avéndaño 1:34
18. "Los Indígenas" Jorge Avéndaño 2:10
19. "Teresa y Mariano 2" Jorge Avéndaño 0:33
20. "Las Batallas 2 (Alternative version of Pedro de Soto)" Jorge Avéndaño 2:27
21. "Los Arrepentimientos" Jorge Avéndaño 2:11
22. "Solo Hidalgo" Jorge Avéndaño 1:11
23. "Los Fusilamientos" Jorge Avéndaño 0:47
24. "Lacrimosa" Jorge Avéndaño 4:05
25. "La Fiesta de los Esclavos Negros" Jorge Avéndaño 2:01
26. "Fugato" Jorge Avéndaño 0:39
27. "Los Arrepentimientos (Alternative version)" Jorge Avéndaño 2:10
28. "Romance" Jorge Avéndaño 2:20
29. "Los Lamentos" Jorge Avéndaño 3:17
30. "La Consumación de la Independencia (Guerrero, Bravo e Iturbide)" Jorge Avéndaño 2:49

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La antorcha encendida" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on August 5, 2011. Retrieved March 18, 2016. 
  2. ^ Amazon.com | La Antorcha Encendida (1996)

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