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Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
is a Brazilian primetime telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It premiered on 24 June 1985 and ended on 22 February 1986, replacing Corpo a Corpo and was replaced by Selva de Pedra.[1][2] It was created by Dias Gomes —based on a play O Berço do Herói(Hero's Cradle)— and starred Regina Duarte, Lima Duarte, José Wilker, Lucinha Lins, Yoná Magalhães, Paulo Gracindo, Armando Bógus, Cássia Kis Magro, Elizângela, Fábio Júnior, Lídia Brondi, Cláudio Cavalcanti, Cláudia Raia, Lutero Luiz, Maurício Mattar, Eloísa Mafalda
Eloísa Mafalda
and Ary Fontoura. It was directed by Paul Ubiratan and has co-written by Aguinaldo Silva. Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
became a great success, and is recognized today as one of the best telenovelas of all time. It was distributed to many countries around the world, and had an audience of 60 million viewers, remaining until today as the most-watched show in the history of Brazilian television.[3]

Contents

1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Impact

3.1 Ratings 3.2 Awards

4 References 5 External links

Synopsis[edit] In the tiny poor town of Asa Branca, in the middle of Brazilian Northeast, Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
is worshiped as a saint. He was supposedly killed by a bandit, 18 years ago, trying to save the local church. After his disappearance, local leaderships such as landowner Sinhozinho Malta and mayor Florindo, took profit on that to control the humble population. They even make up a widow, Porcina, who should have married Roque secretly before his death. What they don't expect is that Roque is alive, and he's back to, allegedly, "save his people". Now Malta, Florindo, Porcina, and others must hold him down and explain the "truth" to their commoners, in a desperate attempt to save their own bottoms. Meanwhile, mysterious facts surround Asa Branca, such as a Werewolf, a film crew who are trying to shoot a movie about Roque's story, and violent murderers. Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character

Regina Duarte Viúva Porcina (Porcina da Silva)

Lima Duarte Sinhozinho Malta (Francisco Teixeira Malta)

José Wilker Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
(Luís Roque Duarte)

Ary Fontoura Prefeito Florindo Abelha

Eloísa Mafalda Dona Pombinha (Ambrosina Abelha)

Yoná Magalhães Matilde

Armando Bógus Zé das Medalhas (José Ribamar de Aragão)

Lídia Brondi Tânia Magalhães Malta

Fábio Júnior Roberto Mathias

Paulo Gracindo Padre Hipólito

Cláudio Cavalcanti Padre Albano, o "Padre Vermelho"

Lucinha Lins Mocinha Abelha

Cássia Kis Magro Lulu (Lugolina de Aragão)

Rui Resende Professor Astromar Junqueira

Patrícia Pillar Linda Bastos

Ewerton de Castro Gérson do Valle

Luiz Armando Queiroz Tito Moreira França

Elisângela Marilda

Oswaldo Loureiro Navalhada (Aparício Limeira)

Nélia Paula Amparito Hernandez

Othon Bastos Ronaldo César

Arnaud Rodrigues Cego Jeremias

Walter Breda Francisco

Wanda Kosmo Dona Marcelina Magalhães

João Carlos Barroso Toninho Jiló

Nelson Dantas Beato Salu

Maurício do Valle Delegado Feijó

Ísis de Oliveira Rosaly

Cláudia Raia Ninon (Maria do Carmo)

Maurício Mattar João Ligeiro (João Duarte)

Cláudia Costa Carla

Alexandre Frota Luizão (Luiz Cláudio)

Ilva Niño Mina (Filismina)

Tony Tornado Rodésio

Waldyr Sant'anna Terêncio Apolinário

Cristina Galvão Dondinha

Lutero Luiz Doutor Cazuza

Angela Leal Odete

Regina Dourado Efigênia

Lícia Magna Ciana

Ângela Figueiredo Selma Sotero

Leina Krespi Maria Igarapé

Lilian Lemmertz Margarida Malta

Dedina Bernardelli Ângela Flores

Vera Manhães Noêmia (wife of the prosecutor)

Luiz Magnelli Decembrino

Edyr de Castro Nininha

Arthur Costa Filho Dr. Cipó

Fernando José Oliveira

Hemílcio Fróes Colméia

Gilson Moura Tião

Gabriela Senra Lulu (child)

José de Freitas Deputado Ferreira de Jesus

Heloísa Helena Madre Felícia

Izabella Bicalho Porcina da Silva (young)

Lu Mendonça Rosa

Tonico e Tinoco themselves

Jorge Coutinho Seu Devagar

Dhu Moraes Dona Maricota

Vera Lúcia Tia Sinhá Maria

Impact[edit] Ratings[edit]

Timeslot # Ep. Premiere Finale Rank Season Rating average

Date Premiere Rating Date Finale Rating

Mondays—Saturdays 8:45pm

209

June 24, 1985

68

February 22, 1986

95 #1 1985-86 67[4][5][6]

In its premiere, Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
acquired 68.0 Ibope Rating, considering the measurement for Greater São Paulo, eighteen points above the target set by Rede Globo
Rede Globo
that year. In the same week, on a Saturday, it was registered the lowest audience of the telenovela: 58 points. The average of the first week was 65 points. On August 20, 1985, in Episode 50, Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
posted a record audience: 81 points. It was the first time the telenovela recorded an index above 80 points. In that week, the average was 71 points. On February 17, 1986, in Episode 205, Roque registered a record audience: 91 points. It was the first time the telenovela recorded an index above 90 points, a fact that would be repeated only in the last chapter: 95 points. In the last episode, it was registered a historical index on Brazilian television: 100 points. In the scene where Sinhozinho Malta and Viúva Porcina say goodbye to Roque Santeiro, and leave Asa Branca, 100% of the Brazilian television sets were tuned on Rede Globo.[7][8] Awards[edit] Troféu APCA (1985):

Best Telenovela Best Actress - Regina Duarte Best Actor - Lima Duarte Female Revelation - Cláudia Raia Best Telenovela
Telenovela
Text - Dias Gomes and Aguinaldo Silva

Troféu Imprensa (1985):

Best Telenovela Best Actress - Regina Duarte Best Actor - Lima Duarte Revelation of the Year - Cláudia Raia
Cláudia Raia
(tie with Tetê Espindola)

References[edit]

^ " Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
- Ficha técnica" (in Portuguese). Memória Globo. Retrieved December 26, 2014.  ^ " Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
- Teledramaturgia" (in Portuguese). Teledramaturgia. Retrieved December 26, 2014.  ^ Veja on-line (October 2, 1985). "Um dia em Asa Branca" (in Portuguese). Revista Veja. Retrieved March 1, 2015.  ^ Redação Terra (April 25, 2009). "Confira as 10 novelas mais vistas da Globo" (in Portuguese). Terra Diversão.  ^ Redação Quem Online (March 10, 2009). "Aguinaldo Silva divulga lista das novelas com maior audiência da história" (in Portuguese). Revista Quem Acontece.  ^ As 10 novelas de maior audiência da Globo ^ Diário do Nordeste - A lenda dos 100 pontos no Ibope ^ Paraná Online (07/19/2003) - Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
chegou a marcar 100 pontos no Ibope

External links[edit]

Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
on IMDb

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Troféu Imprensa for Best Telenovela

1960s

A Moça Que Veio de Longe (1965) A Deusa Vencida (1966) Redenção (1967) Os Fantoches (1968) A Muralha (1969)

1970s

Beto Rockfeller
Beto Rockfeller
(1970) Irmãos Coragem (1971) O Cafona (1972) Selva de Pedra (1973) O Bem-Amado (1974) O Espigão (1975) Gabriela (1976) Saramandaia (1977)

1980s

Água Viva (1981) Os Imigrantes (1982) Elas por Elas (1983) Guerra dos Sexos (1984) Vereda Tropical (1985) Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
(1986) Roda de Fogo (1987) Brega e Chique (1988) Vale Tudo (1989)

1990s

Que Rei Sou Eu?
Que Rei Sou Eu?
(1990) Pantanal (1991) O Dono do Mundo (1992) Pedra sobre Pedra (1993) Renascer (1994) Éramos Seis (1995) A Próxima Vítima (1996) O Rei do Gado
O Rei do Gado
(1997) Por Amor (1998) Torre de Babel (1999)

2000s

Terra Nostra (2000) Laços de Família (2001) O Clone
O Clone
(2002) O Beijo do Vampiro
O Beijo do Vampiro
(2003) Mulheres Apaixonadas (2004) Senhora do Destino
Senhora do Destino
(2005) Belíssima / Páginas da Vida (2007) Paraíso Tropical
Paraíso Tropical
/ Vidas Opostas (2008) A Favorita
A Favorita
(2009)

2010s

Caminho das Índias
Caminho das Índias
(2010) Ti Ti Ti
Ti Ti Ti
(2011) Cordel Encantado
Cordel Encantado
(2012) Avenida Brasil (2013) Amor à Vida
Amor à Vida
(2014) Império
Império
(2015) Verdades Secretas
Verdades Secretas
(2016) Totalmente D

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