What does chiquititas stand for?
Chiquititas (literally translated as “Little Girls”, known in English as Tiny Angels) is a children’s musical Argentine soap opera, created and produced by Cris Morena. It starred Morena’s daughter Romina Yan, and Agustina Cherri.
Who are the chiquititas in 24 Horas?
The chiquititas of this series are Miki, Guta, and Mosquito, teenagers forming a loving triangle; the younger orphans are Luana, Anita, Nando, Paula, Pulga, Josep, Eduardo, and Francisco. The soundtrack 24 Horas is among the ten 2006 top-selling albums, the Sin Fin Gran Rex presentation was released on DVD.
Who are the members of the Chiquititas?
The girls are supervised by Ernestina, the rigorous janitor who is usually a victim of their pranks, and the adorable Spanish cook Saverio. Season One cast, in 1995: Natalia Lobo, Gabriel Corrado, Romina Yan, and the chiquititas.
When did Chiquititas Sin Fin start?
The soap opera is complemented with musical themes and videos. Chiquititas spawned two spin-offs, Rincón de Luz, which aired in 2003 on Canal 9, and a 2006 production, Chiquititas Sin Fin, which aired on Telefe. Sin Fin, created to celebrate the series’ 11th anniversary, later had versions in Portugal and Romania.
Who are the actors in Chiquititas 1999?
Season Five – Chiquititas 1999 Grecia Colmenares as Ana Pizarro Darío Grandinetti as Juan Maza Ricardo Lavié as Joaquín Maza Gustavo Guillen as Mauro Echagüe Marcela Kloosterboer as Candela Maza Camila Bordonaba as Camila Bustillo Benjamín Rojas as Bautista Arce Nadia Di Cello as María Fernández
What happened to Chiquititas?
Chiquititas was exported to many Middle East countries where it became hugely successful…In places like Russia and Israel they still show old seasons. It’s producer, Cris Morena, is a TV magnate.