Lo blanco y lo negro

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Lo blanco y lo negro
Genre Telenovela
Created by Fernanda Villeli
Written by Fernanda Villeli
Directed by Julio Castillo
Phillip Armand Peña
Starring Ernesto Alonso
Lupita D'Alessio
Elsa Aguirre
Marco Muñoz
Mariana Levy
Sebastián Ligarde
Omar Fierro
Opening theme ¿Quién te crees tú? by Lupita D'Alessio
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 140
Production
Executive producer(s) Ernesto Alonso
Production location(s) Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
Cinematography Jesús Acuña Lee
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release April 17 (1989-04-17) – October 27, 1989 (1989-10-27)
Chronology
Preceded by Encadenados (21:00)
Morir para vivir (21:30)
Followed by Teresa (21:00)
Balada por un amor (21:30)

Lo blanco y lo negro (English title: The white and black) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1989.[1]

Ernesto Alonso starred as protagonist, while together Lupita D'Alessio and Elsa Aguirre starred as stellar performances.

Plot[edit]

Ángel de Castro is one of the most powerful men in Mexico. He is married to Carolina, beautiful woman devoted to her home and children, that Angel would not change for anyone, but that does not stop taking the woman who pleases. Angel and Carolina are parents of Alicia, Alma, Armando and Andrés. The two men are on the verge of graduating: Armando, the first-born and the favourite, will be lawyer, and Andrés performs its social service in an agricultural field of experimentation.

Cast[edit]

  • Ernesto Alonso as Ángel de Castro/Silvio de Castro
  • Lupita D'Alessio as Verónica Montes
  • Elsa Aguirre as Carolina de Castro
  • Marco Muñoz as Armando de Castro
  • Mariana Levy as Alma de Castro
  • Sebastián Ligarde as Andrés de Castro
  • Omar Fierro as Raúl Alcázar
  • Guillermo Murray as Guillermo Alcázar
  • Rafael Amador as César Morelli
  • Ana Luisa Peluffo as Odette
  • Emilia Carranza as Raquel de Alcázar
  • Rafael Sánchez Navarro as Roberto Olmedo
  • Marcela Páez as Alicia de Castro
  • Jorge Vargas as Julio Cantú
  • Isabela Corona as Citalli
  • Vicky de la Piedra as Felisa
  • Miguel Manzano as Don Carlos
  • Merle Uribe as Elena
  • Felicia Mercado as Deborah Laval
  • Oscar Bonfiglio as Javier Bautista
  • Nailea Norvind as Selma Alcázar
  • Mauricio Ferrari as Carlos Carvajal
  • Mario Casillas as Ramón Ferreira
  • Raquel Olmedo as Soledad
  • Julio Ahuet as El Manoplas
  • María Marcela as Irene O'Neal
  • Fernando Robles as Jacinto Figueredo
  • María Eugenia Ríos as Raymunda
  • Roberto Cobo as Pepe Mateos
  • Cecilia Romo as Cristina Carvajal
  • Tony Bravo as Luis Soto
  • Toño Infante as Cipriano Sánchez
  • Mario de Jesús Garfiel as El Mudo
  • Adalberto Parra as Esteban
  • Carlos Cardán as Juan
  • Cornelio Laguna as Samuel
  • Ángel Carpinteyro as Jorge
  • Ángeles Marín as María
  • Clementina Gaudi as Esther
  • Martha Patricia as Jeanette
  • Ramón Menéndez as René Laval
  • Héctor Sáez as Teniente Larios
  • Felipe González as Jaime
  • María Rojo as Andrea
  • Gilberto Román as Tony
  • Armando Sandoval as Víctor
  • Giovanni Korporal as Sr. Lewis
  • María Regina as Marcia
  • María Sarfatti as Dr. Ruiz
  • Roberto Ruy as El Asesino
  • Lucy Cantú as Clara
  • Mario Sauret as Rey
  • Lucía Castell as Consuelo
  • Marina Marín as La Criolla
  • Rigoberto Carmona as El Poeta
  • Rossy Navarro as La Prieta

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1990 8th TVyNovelas Awards Best Leading Actor Ernesto Alonso Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lo blanco y lo negro, Novelas de Televisa 1980" (in Spanish). Alma Latina. Retrieved January 23, 2015.

External links[edit]

Lo blanco y lo negro on IMDb