Las tontas no van al cielo

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Las tontas no van al cielo
Las tontas no van al cielo poster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Screenplay by
  • Enrique Torres
  • Palmira Olguín
  • Miguel Vega
Story by Enrique Torres
Directed by
  • Rodrigo Hernández
  • Felipe Nájera
Creative director(s)
  • Anabella del Boca
  • Florencio Zavala
Starring
Music by Carlos Páramo
Opening theme "Esto Es Lo Que Soy" performed by Jesse & Joy
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 140
Production
Executive producer(s) Rosy Ocampo
Producer(s) Eduardo Meza
Cinematography
  • Gabriel Vázquez Bulman
  • Alejandro Álvarez Ceniceros
Editor(s)
  • Norma Ramirez
  • Carolina López
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release February 11 (2008-02-11) – August 22, 2008 (2008-08-22)
Chronology
Preceded by Yo amo a Juan Querendón
Followed by Un gancho al corazón

Las tontas no van al cielo (Spanish pronunciation: [las ˈtontaz no ˈβan al ˈsjelo], English title: Dumb Girls Don't Go to Heaven, Lit: Bimbos Don't Go to Heaven) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa in 2008.[1]

On 11 February 2008, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Las tontas no van al cielo weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing Yo amo a Juan Querendón. The last episode was broadcast on 22 August 2008 with Un gancho al corazón replacing it the following day.

Jacqueline Bracamontes, Jaime Camil and Valentino Lanús starred as protagonists, while Karla Álvarez, Fabiola Campomanes and Sabine Moussier starred as antagonists. The leading actors were Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez, Silvia Mariscal, Julio Alemán and Ana Bertha Espín.

Plot[edit]

Cándida "Candy" Morales Alcalde is a beautiful young girl filled with dreams and hopes for her future. At her 15th birthday party she meets the man of her dreams - Patricio Molina Lizárraga, who later becomes her husband. On the day of their wedding, Candy finds out that Patricio cheated on her with her sister, Alicia. Angry and hurt, she leaves him and goes to Guadalajara with her uncle, Manuel. She decides to fake her death to her family and Patricio to start a new life. Later she realizes that she is pregnant with Patricio's child. Her newborn son is what gives her hope for the future, and he becomes the reason she lives.

Meanwhile, Santiago López Carmona, a plastic surgeon, tries to build a family with his career-driven wife, Paulina. She leaves him with their daughter, Rocio, and he becomes highly disappointed in love. Therefore, he begins to sleep with many different women without making any emotional connection with them. When he meets Candy, he is determined to romance her in order to take her to bed, but he quickly discovers how special she really is and falls in love with her.

Though they first dislike each other, as time passes, Candy takes a liking to Santiago and attempts to have a relationship with him. However, this becomes difficult when their children and their exes do everything in their power to prevent their happiness.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Mauricio Herrera as Jaime Martínez
  • Rosángela Balbó as Margarita Lizárraga de Molina
  • Alejandro Ibarra as Eduardo All
  • Andrea Torre as Soledad Romero
  • Jackie Garcia as Rosario "Chayo" de All
  • Carlos de la Mota as Raúl de la Parra
  • Luis Manuel Ávila as Carlos "Frijolito" Zamora
  • Reynaldo Rossaldo as Antonio "Toño" "Lentejita"
  • Julio Vega as Donato
  • Raquel Garza as Hortensia
  • Lili Brillanti as Tina
  • Gaby Platas as Bárbara
  • Ginny Hoffman as Cecilia
  • Erik Guecha as Carlo
  • Christina Pastor as Lourdes "Lulú" Robledo
  • Violeta Isfel as LucíaLópez-Carmona
  • Eleazar Gómez as Charlie Morales
  • Robin Vega as Salvador "Chava" Molina Morales
  • Diego Ramirez as Alberto "Beto" Molina Romero
  • Mariana Lodoza as Rocío "Chio" López-Carmona Cervantes
  • Ivette Cordovez as Paty

Special participation

  • Allison Lozz as Milagros Belmonte Ramos
  • Laura Flores as Luciana Arango
  • Arlette Pacheco as Laura de Morales
  • Agustín Arana as Mario Landazuri
  • Ximena Herrera as Irene
  • Marco Uriel as Héctor
  • Rafael del Villar as Jorge
  • Viviana Ramos as Evangelina
  • Mario Casillas as Clemente Morales
  • Georgina Domínguez as Elianis

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2009 27th TVyNovelas Awards Best Actress Jacqueline Bracamontes Nominated
Best Leading Actress Ana Bertha Espín
Best Leading Actor Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez Won
Best Young Lead Actor Eleazar Gómez
Best Female Revelation Violeta Isfel Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dumb Girls don't go to Heaven". filmaffinity.com. Retrieved 22 August 2008. 

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