Madres egoístas

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Madres egoístas
Madres egoístas póster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Romance
Drama
Created by Mimí Bechelani
Written by Josefina Palos y Romo
Luis Fernando Martínez
Directed by Salvador Sánchez
Philippe Amand
Angélica Aragón
Starring Julieta Rosen
Enrique Novi
Orlando Carrió
Chantal Andere
María del Sol
Toño Mauri
Alberto Mayagoitia
Opening theme Madres egoístas by Ernesto Cortázar II
Volver a ti by María del Sol
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 80
Production
Executive producer(s) Juan Osorio
Cinematography Alejandro Frutos
Roberto Nino
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release February 4 (1991-02-04) – June 7, 1991 (1991-06-07)
Chronology
Preceded by Ángeles blancos
Followed by Yo no creo en los hombres
Related shows Madres egoístas (1963)

Madres egoístas (Selfish mothers) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa in 1991.[1]

Enrique Novi, Julieta Rosen and Orlando Carrió starred as protagonists, Chantal Andere starred as co-protagonist, while Alberto Mayagoitia and María del Sol starred as the main antagonists.

Plot[edit]

This is the story of Raquel Rivas Cantú, a young orphaned heir to a fortune who is raised by her love of Mariana keys, which for years has hated secret because of a past and a life which she says was stolen by the Cantú Rivas. Raquel will marry Pablo, an honest widower with a daughter Carmen.

Eventually Raquel and Pablo have another daughter, Mariana suspect Pablo is not the person who appears to be, available to Gaby's daughter from his marriage to Rachel in the care of a babysitter with the proviso that never comes close to Mariana her last four years of happiness INMESA fate wants Pablo dies of heart attack leaving Raquel and Gaby alone and in the deepest sadness.

By always giving you bad advice Mariana, Raquel internal Gaby at a private school where a chance encounter with his daughter Carmen Pope both grow together without knowing that they are sisters. Mariana his son Felipe are together make life of Rivas Cantu is as black as your soul, but several characters that give a twist to this wonderful story of love, betrayal and revenge appear.

Cast[edit]

  • Julieta Rosen as Raquel Rivas Cantú
  • Enrique Novi as Pablo Ledesma
  • Orlando Carrió as Víctor Peralta
  • Chantal Andere as Carmen Ledesma Arriaga
  • María del Sol as Mariana González/Magdalena González/Catalina/Dolores
  • Alberto Mayagoitia as Fernando González/Felipe Godoy/Fernando Rivas-Cantú González
  • Toño Mauri as Maximiliano "Max" Báez
  • Laura Sotelo as Ivonne/Dora Silvana
  • Lilian Macías as Gabriela "Gaby" Ledesma Rivas-Cantú
  • Oscar Servin as Refugio "Cuca"
  • Manolita Saval as Rosario Urióstegui
  • Roberto Cañedo as Joaquín Urióstegui
  • Tere Valadez as Ofelia
  • Rafael Amador as Gerardo
  • Anahí as Gabriela "Gaby" Cantú (child)
  • Dina de Marco as Jacinta Arriaga
  • Justo Martínez as Severo Arriaga
  • Roberto Sosa as Salvador "Chava" Godinez
  • Maty Huitrón as Mina Báez
  • Claudio Obregón as Alberto Báez
  • Gerardo Acuña as Raymundo Cooper
  • Diana Golden as Ana Cervantes
  • Fernando Colunga as Jorge
  • Laura Martí as Sara Báez
  • Tere Mondragón as Rufina Noriega
  • Norma De Anda as Inés
  • Maricruz Nájera as Natalia Blinder
  • Rafael del Villar as Héctor Cruz
  • Gustavo Navarro as Hugo Peralta
  • Lucía Hernández as Iris
  • Héctor Cruz Lara as Horacio
  • Jalil Succar as Antonio
  • Antonio Miguel as Lucio
  • Alicia Osorio as Maestra Lilia Rangel
  • Grecia as Maestra Alarcón
  • Gabriela Michell as Maestra Piedad
  • Irina Areu as Ms. Ferriz
  • Renata de los Ríos as Aurora
  • Denisse Castillo as Cata
  • Alexandra Pérez as Flora
  • Chantal Guedy as Ema
  • Ondina as Celeste
  • Roberto Garza Leal as Alfredo
  • Yuliana Peniche as Carmen (child)
  • Jair de Rubín as Hugo (child)
  • Carlos Fuentes as Maximiliano (child)
  • Salvador González as Chava (child)
  • Paola Rojas as Carmen (newborn)
  • Leonor Llausás as Josefa
  • Leonor Bonilla as Avelina
  • Miguel Gutiérrez as Olegario
  • Scarlet Maceira as Rosenda
  • Guillermo Larrea as Memo'
  • Guillermo Rivas as Bonifacio "Boni" Salgado
  • Tony Marcín as Rosaura
  • Jeannette Candiani as Maribel
  • David Montenegro as Salvador Martín del Campo
  • Alejandro del Castillo as Teniente Hernández
  • John Pike as Gómez Williams
  • Nubel Espino as Dr. Albores
  • Mario Iván Martínez as Iván Escandón
  • Philippe Amand as Pierre
  • Roque Casanova as Polignac
  • Lizbeth Ramirez as Rosaly
  • Bruno Schwebel as Mr. Duvall
  • Tara Parra as Sol Deschamps
  • Carlos Espinoza as Dr. Pizano
  • Roberto Estrada as Lic. Torres
  • Lilian Davis as Alicia
  • Mario Erosa as Bank manager
  • Laura Zaizar as Mrs. Landis
  • Rosalba Castellanos as Paca
  • Helio Castillo as Gaby's Teacher
  • Carl Hillos as Manuel
  • José Olivares as Pancho
  • Marisol Cazzaro as Joaquina
  • Ángel Heredia as Doctor of Red Cross
  • Arnoldo Picasso as Carlos
  • Walter Medina as Raúl
  • Anabel Pompa as Lilia
  • Mauricio Bonet as Pollo
  • Beatriz Zazueta as Estela
  • Roberto Ruy as Lic. Mendoza
  • Sagrario Baena as Amalia de Ramírez
  • Miguel Gómez Checa as Álvarez
  • Diana Torres as Adriana Nava
  • Fernando Pinkus as Sergio
  • Grace Nenna as Niebla
  • Enrique Hidalgo as Dr. Schultz
  • Judith Velasco Herrera as Lic. Pilar Zaldain
  • Cynthia Zurita as Blanca
  • Dora Luz Alcalá as Herlinda
  • Alejandro Villeli as Dr. Martínez
  • Tere Suárez as Mrs. Monasterios
  • Astrid Margarita as Lidia
  • Galia Larrea as Nurse
  • Patricia Hernández as Nurse
  • Guillermo Puente as Counselor
  • Licia Suárez as Elena
  • Federico Valdés as Auditor
  • Miguel Serros as Agent #1
  • Rubén Herrera as Agente 2

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1992 10th TVyNovelas Awards Best Young Lead Actress Chantal Andere Nominated
Best Young Lead Actor Toño Mauri
Best Child Performance Anahí

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Madres egoístas" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on October 13, 2011. Retrieved February 22, 2016.

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