Quinceañera - Timbiriche
Quinceañera25 años latin pop pop 80s
Quinceañera is a Mexican telenovela, produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1987. It featured the first starring role for both Adela Noriega and Thalía, a singer then member of the pop band Timbiriche. It was the second story written for television by René Muñoz, a Cuban-born actor. This was also the first telenovela to talk about drugs, rape and gangs. Plot Maricruz (Adela Noriega) and Beatriz (Thalía) are classmates and best friends, although Maricruz is poor and Beatriz is of a wealthy family. They are both 14 and excited about their quinceañera parties and growing up to become women. Pancho (Ernesto Laguardia), a mechanic's apprentice, and Memo (Sebastián Ligarde), a gang tough, are attracted to Maricruz. Maricruz accepts the love of Pancho; Memo drugs Maricruz and makes her believe he raped her so she will break up with Pancho. At the same time Gerardo, Maricruz's brother, starts dating Beatriz upon the pressure that Maricruz's mother has put on their children to attempt to escalate in society. Beatriz gets pregnant and the girls realize that the passing to womanhood was not what they expected.
Timbiriche is the name of a Mexican group that debuted on April 30, 1982 during a broadcast of the news program Hoy Mismo with Guillermo Ochoa. Timbiriche included six children, most of whose parents were famous actors/singers/composers. Their names were Paulina Rubio, Sasha Sokol, Benny Ibarra, Diego Schoening, Mariana Garza, and Alix Bauer. Later on, Erick Rubín would join the sextet. The name "Timbiriche" is the Spanish (Latin American Spanish) version of the game Dots and Boxes. Show more ...
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