Sinhá Moça (1986 TV series)

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Sinhá Moça
GenreTelenovela
Created byBenedito Ruy Barbosa
Based onSinhá Moça
by Maria Dezonne Pacheco Fernandes
Directed byReynaldo Boury
Jayme Monjardim
StarringLucélia Santos
Marcos Paulo
Rubens de Falco
Elaine Cristina
Raymundo de Souza
Mauro Mendonça
Neuza Amaral
Daniel Dantas
Patrícia Pillar
Luiz Carlos Arutin
Luciana Braga
Sérgio Viotti
Chica Xavier
José Augusto Branco
Norma Blum
Opening theme"Pra Não Mais Voltar"
Composer(s)Fafá de Belém
Country of originBrazil
Original language(s)Portuguese
No. of episodes168
Release
Original networkRede Globo
Original releaseApril 28 –
November 14, 1986
Chronology
Preceded byDe Quina pra Lua
Followed byDireito de Amar

Sinhá Moça is a Brazilian telenovela produced and displayed at the time of 18 hours by Rede Globo, April 28 to November 14, 1986, in 168 chapters. Substitute De Quina pra Lua and be succeeded by Direito de Amar.

Written by Benedito Ruy Barbosa, it is freely inspired by the novel of the same name by Maria Dezonne Pacheco Fernandes, with the collaboration of Edmara Barbosa and Edilene Barbosa[1] and direction of Reynaldo Boury and Jayme Monjardim.

Synopsis[edit]

Monarchists and Republicans confront themselves in Araruna, a small fictional town in the interior of São Paulo, in 1886, two years before the promulgation of the Lei Áurea. Sinhá Moça's love story (Lucélia Santos), the daughter of Colonel Ferreira, the baron of Araruna (Rubens de Falco), a slave, and the submissive Cândida (Elaine Cristina), with the young dr. Rodolfo Garcia Fontes (Marcos Paulo), an active Republican abolitionist, before the difficulties of the campaign for the abolition of the slavery.

The two meet on the train, when Sinhá Moça, after finishing her studies in the city of São Paulo, returns to Araruna. Like Rodolfo, she has abolitionist ideas and criticizes her father's attitudes, fighting for blacks. Sinhá Moça, along with Rodolfo and other abolitionists, invades slave quarters at night, freeing the Negroes and giving them to abolitionist associations, which guide them towards freedom.

On the other side of the story is Dimas (Raymundo de Souza) (who is actually the boy Rafael, ex-freed slave) and his stubborn struggle to destroy the Baron, his true father with the slave of the farm Maria das Dores (Dhu Moraes). Before being sold by the Baron, Rafael was a close friend of Sinhá Moça, with whom he spent his childhood. After being emancipated, he takes the name Dimas and becomes the right hand of the typographer Augusto (Luiz Carlos Arutin), a convicted abolitionist, arousing love in Juliana (Luciana Braga), his granddaughter.

Cast[edit]

Actor / Actress Character
Lucélia Santos Sinhá Moça (Maria das Graças Ferreira Fontes)
Marcos Paulo Rodolfo Garcia Fontes
Rubens de Falco Barão de Araruna (Coronel Ferreira)
Elaine Cristina Baronesa Cândida Ferreira
Raymundo de Souza Dimas / Rafael
Mauro Mendonça Dr. Fontes
Neuza Amaral Inês Garcia Fontes
Daniel Dantas Ricardo Garcia Fontes
Patrícia Pillar Ana do Véu (Ana Luísa Teixeira)
Luiz Carlos Arutin Augusto
Luciana Braga Juliana
Sérgio Viotti Frei José
Chica Xavier Bá (Virgínia)
José Augusto Branco Manoel Teixeira
Norma Blum Nina Teixeira
Valter Santos Feitor Bruno
Tony Tornado Justo Filho (Mato Captain)
Grande Otelo Justo
Cosme dos Santos Sebastião (Bastião)
Solange Couto Adelaide de Coutinho
Tato Gabus Mendes José Coutinho
Antônio Pompeo Justino
Gésio Amadeu Fulgêncio
José Prata Bentinho
Jacyra Sampaio Rute
Cláudio Mamberti Delegate Antero
Tarcísio Filho Mário
Augusto Olímpio Bobó
Henri Pagnoncelli Eduardo
Fernando José Martinho
Ivan Mesquita Coutinho
Germano Filho Everaldo
Dênis Derkian Renato
Nizo Neto Nino
Renato Prieto Vila
Athayde Arcoverde Robusto
Newton Martins Viriato
Alciro Cunha Nogueira
Aguinaldo Rocha Dom Marcílio Pedrosa
Antônio Francisco Honório
Joel Silva Tobias
Christovam Netto Tobias

Special participation[edit]

Actor / Actress Character
Milton Gonçalves Father José
Dhu Moraes Maria das Dores
Lizandra Souto Sinhá Moça (child)
Selton Mello Rafael (child)
Ruth de Souza Balbina
Cláudio Corrêa e Castro Dr. João Amorim
Ênio Santos Inácio
Cláudio McDowell Tibúrcio
Aldo César Petrúcio
Aldo Bueno Pedro
Canarinho Francisco
Paulo Nunes Olivério
Zeni Pereira Mãe Maria
Fernando Almeida Dr. Geraldo
Jorge Cherques Priest Cesário
Romeu Evaristo Paulino

References[edit]

  1. ^ NewsPrime. "Como não amar Sinhá Moça? 10 motivos para conferir a reprise deste clássico no VIVA". TV História (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2018-03-26.

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