Cama de Gato
Cama de Gato is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo in 2009 and 2010. Imagine a strong and tender hearted woman, a confused man, a villain capable of anything for money. We have the perfect love triangle for a classic love story. Cat‘s Cradle tells the tale of a man that hits rock bottom and manages to bounce back through true love. Gustavo, once a poor, kindhearted youngster, is now a successful entrepreneur in the perfume business but has turned cruel and miserable. Alcino, his best friend and business partner, helped him achieve his present success; when Alcino finds out that has a fatal disease and has a few months to live, he decides to play a prank on Gustavo to help him rediscover the decent man he once was and the joy of living he once possessed. Gustavo is married to Veronica, a rich, selfish and ambitious woman who has never loved her husband. Alcino's prank takes an unexpected turn when Veronica, the story‘s great villain, manipulates the surprise, makes Gustavo lose everything after being taken for dead and accused of a crime.
While trying to pick up the pieces of his life, Gustavo meets Rose, a simple, hard-working woman who raises four kids by herself with great spirit and optimism. Because of her good heart, she starts to help Gustavo to put his life back together. Gustavo and Rose develop feeling for each other, leading our hero to rediscover his humanity through the hands of this newfound love. A contemporary and urban soap opera, Cat‘s Cradle blends suspense, plot twists, surprises and romance to produce a stirring story of love and rebirth. Cat’s Cradle: An entrapment opens the doors to redemption. Guest actors Guest actresses Special guest star Supporting cast Brazil - Globo Portugal - SIC Albania - DigitAlB Costa Rica - Teletica Nicaragua - Televicientro Puerto Rico - WAPA-TV Chile - Canal 13 Ecuador - Ecuavisa Bolivia - Canal Unitel Uruguay - Teledoce Peru - ATV El Salvador - TCS Canal 4 Paraguay - SNT Honduras - Vica Tv Israel - Viva Dominican Republic - Tele Antilla Canal 2 Mozambique - STV-Soico France - France Ô Venezuela - TeleSUR New Zealand - TV3 Italy - RAI Sweden - ZTV Angola - TV Globo Internacional United States - TV Globo Internacional Indonesia - Vision 2 Drama Spain - Nueve Russia - Viva Morocco - 2M Cameroon - Canal 2 Internacional Kenya - Kenya Uganda - Uganda Capa: Camila Pitanga"Porque Eu Sei Que é Amor" - Titãs "Pra Você Guardei Amor" - Nando Reis e Ana Cañas "Um Dia, um Adeus" - Vanessa da Mata "Seu Olhar" - Seu Jorge "Linda Rosa" - Maria Gadú "Sou Eu" - Diogo Nogueira "Pedindo Pra Voltar" - Marisa Monte "Pot-pourri: Beija-flor/Mel na Sua Boca" - Marina Lima "O Mundo" - Moska "Eu Não Sou Santo" - Exaltasamba "Vem Comigo Que Eu Te Levo Pro Céu" - Marcelo D2 "Pelo Avesso" - Titãs "La Plata" - Jota Quest "Amar é Perdoar" - Fábio Jr. "Odeon" - Fernanda Takai "Toda Criança Quer" - Palavra Cantada
Chico Anysio was a Brazilian actor, comedian and composer. Anysio was born in Maranguape, Ceará, he moved with the family on Rio de Janeiro when he was 7 years old, tried to work on Rádio Guanabara. Since 1968 was joined to Rede Globo, which achieved the status of a star cast that boasted the most famous artists of Brazil. Anysio was one of the most famous Brazilian comedians of all times and is considered the greatest Brazilian comedian ever, he died on 23 March 2012, aged 80, in Samaritano Hospital, Rio de Janeiro, from multiple organ failure. He was the brother of actress Lupe Gigliotti, of director Zelito Viana and composer and Radio-producer Elano de Paula and father of actors Lug de Paula, Nizo Neto and DJ Cícero Chaves, born from marriage with Regina Chaves, his last wife was the manager Malga Di Paula. Regarding religion Anysio was a vocal atheist. 1973/80 – Chico City.... Various 1982/90 – Chico Anysio Show.... Various 1984/93 – Os Trapalhões.... Guest appearances 1989 – Que Rei Sou Eu?....
Taji Namas 1990/02 – Escolinha do Professor Raimundo.... Professor Raimundo 1990/91 – Os Trapalhões.... Supervisor Criação 1990/92 – Som Brasil.... 1991 – Estados Anysios de Chico City.... Various 1995 – Chico Total.... Various 1995 – Engraçadinha, Seus Amores e Seus Pecados.... Vendor 1999/02 – Zorra Total.... Alberto Roberto/Professor Raimundo/Dr. Rosseti 1999 – Terra Nostra.... Josué Medeiros 1999 – O Belo e as Feras.... Various 2002 – Brava Gente.... Detective Brito/Cego 2002 – Trepa nas Estrelas.... Mulambo Jambo 2004 – A Diarista.... Rúbio 2005 – Sítio do Pica-Pau Amarelo.... Dr. Saraiva 2006 – Sinhá Moça.... Everaldo 2007 – Pé na Jaca.... Cigano 2008 – Cilada.... Dep. Sandoval 2008 – Guerra e Paz.... Padre Santo 2009 – Caminho das Índias.... Namit Batra 2009 – Chico e Amigos –.... Various 2009/10 – Zorra Total.... Alberto Roberto/Justo Veríssimo/Bento Carneiro 2011– Chico e Amigos.... Various 2011– Zorra Total.... Salomé 1959 – Entrei de Gaiato 1981 – O Mundo Mágico dos Trapalhões.... Narrator 1996 – Tieta....
Zé Esteves 2001 – Trepa nas Estrelas.... Jumbo Culano 2009 – Se Eu Fosse Você 2.... Olavo 2009 – Up – Altas Aventuras.... Carl Fredricksen 2009 – Simonal - Ninguém Sabe o Duro que Dei.... Entrevista 2010 – Uma Professora Muito Maluquinha.... Monsenhor Aristides Chico Anysio on IMDb Official page
Maranguape is a municipality in Ceará with a population of 102,982. The community was founded in 1851, it is part of the Fortaleza metropolitan area. Capistrano de Abreu - Brazilian historian. Chico Anysio - Brazilian comedian. Maranguape municipal site
Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro
Copacabana is a bairro located in the South Zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is known for its 4 km balneario beach, one of the most famous in the world; the district was called Sacopenapã until the mid-18th century. It was renamed after the construction of a chapel holding a replica of the Virgen de Copacabana, the patron saint of Bolivia; the name may be derived from the Aymara kota kahuana, meaning "view of the lake." The social scientist Mario Montaño Aragón found in the "archives of Indias" in Sevilla, Spain, a different history: "Kotakawana" is the god of fertility in ancient Andean mythology, the equivalent to the classical Greek goddess Aphrodite or the Roman Venus. This god is androgynous and lives in the Titicaca, his court consists of creatures that are represented in colonial sculptures and in Catholic churches, they were known as mermaids in Western culture. Copacabana ends at Posto Seis. Beyond Copacabana, there are two small beaches: one, inside Fort Copacabana and the other, right after it: Diabo Beach.
Arpoador beach, where surfers go after its perfect waves, comes next, followed by the famous borough of Ipanema. The area was one of the four "Olympic Zones" during the 2016 Summer Olympics. According to Riotur, the Tourism Secretariat of Rio de Janeiro, there are 63 hotels and 10 hostels in Copacabana. Copacabana beach, located at the Atlantic shore, stretches from Posto Dois to Posto Seis. Leme is at Posto Um. There are historic forts at both ends of Copacabana beach. One curiosity is. Hotels, bars and residential buildings dot the promenade facing Avenida Atlântica. Copacabana Beach plays host to millions of revellers during the annual New Year's Eve celebrations, in most years, has been the official venue of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup; the Copacabana promenade is a pavement landscape in large scale. It was rebuilt in 1970 and has used a black and white Portuguese pavement design since its origin in the 1930s: a geometric wave; the Copacabana promenade was designed by Roberto Burle Marx. Copacabana has the 11th highest Human Development Index in Rio.
According to the IBGE, 160,000 people live in Copacabana and 44,000 or 27.5% of them are 60 years old or older. Copacabana covers an area of 7.84 km² which gives the borough a population density of 20,400 people per km². Residential buildings eleven to thirteen stories high built next to each other dominate the borough. Houses and two-story buildings are rare; when Rio was the capital of Brazil, Copacabana was considered one of the best neighborhoods in the country. More than 40 different bus routes serve Copacabana, as do three subway Metro stations: Cantagalo, Siqueira Campos and Cardeal Arcoverde. Three major arteries parallel to each other cut across the entire borough: Avenida Atlântica, a 6-lane, 4 km avenue by the beachside, Nossa Senhora de Copacabana Avenue and Barata Ribeiro/Raul Pompéia Street both of which are 4 lanes and 3.5 km in length. Barata Ribeiro Street changes its name to Raul Pompéia Street after the Sá Freire Alvim Tunnel. Twenty-four streets intersect all three major arteries, seven other streets intersect some of the three.
On 26 April 1949, RMS Magdalena broke in two. Much of her cargo of oranges was washed up upon the beach. On December 31, 1994, the New Year's Eve celebrations featured a Rod Stewart concert with an attendance of 3.5 million, making it the largest concert crowd ever. More the beach has been a site for huge free concerts unrelated to the year-end festivities. On March 21, 2005, Lenny Kravitz performed there on a Monday night. On February 18, 2006, a Saturday, The Rolling Stones surpassed that mark by far, attracting over 1.5 million people to the beach. On July 7, 2007, the beach hosted the Brazilian leg of the Live Earth concerts, which attracted 400,000 people; as the headliner, Lenny Kravitz got to play the venue a second time, with Jorge Benjor, Macy Gray, O Rappa and Pharrell as the main opening acts. On October 2, 2009, 100,000 people filled the beach for a huge beach party as the IOC announced Rio would be hosting the 2016 Olympics. 11 of the 15 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cups have taken place here.
On July 28, 2013, the beach hosted the final event of the World Youth Day 2013. About 3 million people including 3 presidents joined Pope Francis. From May till July, 2014 the United Buddy Bears exhibit was held on the Copacabana promenade and attracted more than 1,000,000 people; the presentation consisted of more than 140 bear sculptures, each two metres high and designed by a different artist. In August 2016, Copacabana Beach was the site of beach volleyball in the Olympic Games; the fireworks display in Rio de Janeiro to celebrate New Year's Eve is one of the largest in the world, lasting 15 to 20 minutes. It is estimated; the festival includes a concert that extends throughout the night. The celebration has become one of the biggest tourist attractions of Rio de Janeiro, attracting visitors from all over Brazil as well as from different parts of the world, th
Marcos Palmeira de Paula is a Brazilian actor. He is nephew of the siblings Chico Lupe Gigliotti. In 2013, he was nominated for an International Emmy Award for best actor in the series Mandrake. 2017 - Os Dias Eram Assim - Toni 2016 - Velho Chico - Cícero 2013 - O Canto da Sereia - Agostinho Matoso 2012 - Cheias de Charme - Sandro 2009 - Cama de Gato - Gustavo Brandão 2008 - Três Irmãs - Bento Rio Preto 2006 - Belíssima - Gilberto Moura 2003 - Celebridade - Fernando Amorim 2002 - Esperança - Zequinha 2001 - Porto dos Milagres - Gumercindo Vieira 1999 - Andando nas Nuves - Chico Mota 1998 - Torre de Babel - Alexandre Leme Toledo 1996 - Salsa e Merengue - Valentim 1995 - Irmãos Coragem - João Coragem 1993 - Renascer - João Pedro 1991 - Amazônia - Caio 1990 - Pantanal - Tadeu 1988 - Vale Tudo - Mário Sérgio 1968 - Copacabana Me Engana.... Direção Paulo Alberto Monteiro de Barros 1982 - O Segredo da Múmia.... Marcos Viana 1984 - Garota Dourada 1984 - Nunca Fomos Tão Felizes.... Estudante Interno 1984 - Memórias do Cárcere 1985 - Avaeté - semente da vingança 1986 - A Cor do seu Destino....
Raul 1986 - Fulaninha 1986 - Os Trapalhões e o Rei do Futebol 1986 - Trancado por Dentro.... Cadú 1987 - Ele, o Boto 1987 - Leila Diniz 1987 - Romance da Empregada 1987 - Um Trem para as Estrelas.... Jacaré 1988 - Dedé Mamata.... Alpino 1990 - Barrela: Escola de Crimes.... Tirica 1990 - Carnaval.... Beto 1990 - Stelinha.... Eurico 1991 - Vai Trabalhar, Vagabundo II - A Volta 1995 - Carlota Joaquina, princesa do Brazil.... D. Pedro I 1996 - Buena Sorte… Edgar 1997 - Anahy de las Misiones]]…Solano 1997 - O Amor Está no Ar.... Carlos Henrique 1998 - Como Ser Solteiro.... Julinho 2000 - Villa-Lobos - Uma Vida de Paixão.... Heitor Villa-Lobos 2001 - O Casamento de Louise.... Bugre 2003 - Dom.... Bentinho 2003 - Oswaldo Cruz - O Médico do Brasil.... Oswaldo Cruz 2007 - O Tablado e Maria Clara Machado 2007 - O Homem que Desafiou o Diabo.... Zé Araújo / Ojuara 2008 - A Mulher do meu Amigo.... Thales 2009 - Quase um Tango....... Batavo 2009 - Bela Noite para Voar.... Carlos Lacerda 2012 - E Aí... Comeu? 2013 - Vendo ou Alugo....
Jorge 2014 - Os Homens São de Marte... E É Pra Lá que Eu Vou]].... Tom 2014 - A Noite da Virada 2016 - The Jungle Book |Mogli - O Menino Lobo.... Balu 2006 - Mandrake - Mandrake 1981 - O Diamante do Grão Mongol 1982 - "Os Meninos da Rua Paulo" 1984 - "Maria Minhoca"… 1984 - "Chapetuba Futebol clube"… Zito 1986 - "Uma Lição Longe Demais" … Valente 1987 - "Ligações Perigosas" - Dansenir 1993 - "Othello" … othello 1999 - "Adão e Eva"… Adão 2000 - Mais Uma Vez Amor … Rodrigo 2007 - Auto de Anjicos … Lampião Marcos Palmeira on IMDb Official website
Ceará is one of the 27 states of Brazil, located in the northeastern part of the country, on the Atlantic coast. It is the eighth-largest Brazilian State by the 17th by area, it is one of the main tourist destinations in Brazil. The state capital is the city of the country's fourth most populous city; the name Ceará means "sings the jandaia". According to José de Alencar, one of the most important writers of Brazil and an authority in Tupi Guaraní, Ceará means turquoise or green waters. There are theories that the state name would derive from Siriará, a reference to the crabs from the seashore; the state is best known with 600 kilometers of sand. There are mountains and valleys producing tropical fruits. To the south, on the border of Paraíba, Pernambuco and Piauí, is the National Forest of Araripe. Ceará has an area of 148,016 square kilometres, it is bounded on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by the states of Rio Grande do Norte and Paraíba, on the south by Pernambuco state, on the west by Piauí.
Ceará lies upon the northeast slope of the Brazilian Highlands, upon the sandy coastal plain. Its surface is a succession of great terraces, facing north and northeast, formed by the denudation of the ancient sandstone plateau which once covered this part of the continent; the latter are the remains of the ancient plateau, capped with horizontal strata of sandstone, with a uniform altitude of 2,000 to 2,400 feet. The flat top of such a range is called a chapada or taboleira, its width in places is from 32 to 56 miles; the boundary line with Piauí follows one of these ranges, the Serra de Ibiapaba, which unites with another range on the southern boundary of the state, known as the Serra do Araripe. Another range, or escarpment, crosses the state from east to west, but is broken into two principal divisions, each having several local names; these ranges are not continuous, the breaking down of the ancient plateau having been irregular and uneven. The rivers of the state are small and, with one or two exceptions, become dry in the dry season.
The largest is the Jaguaribe, which flows across the state in a northeast direction. Ceará has a varied environment, with mangroves, jungle and tropical forest; the higher ranges intercept considerable moisture from the prevailing trade winds, their flanks and valleys are covered with a tropical forest, typical of the region, gathering species from tropical forests and cerrado. The less elevated areas of the plateaus are either thinly open campo. Most of the region at the lower altitudes is characterized by scrubby forests called caatingas, an endemic Brazilian vegetation; the sandy, coastal plain, with a width of 12 to 18 miles, is nearly bare of vegetation, although the coast has many enclaves of restingas and mangroves. The soil is, in general and porous and does not retain moisture; some areas in the higher ranges of Serra da Ibiapaba, Serra do Araripe and others are more appropriate for agriculture, as their soil and vegetation are less affected by the dry seasons. The beaches of the state is a major tourist attraction.
Ceará has several famous beaches such as Canoa Quebrada, Morro Branco, Taíba and Flexeiras. The beaches are divided into two groups: Sunrise Coast. Ceará lies in one of the few regions of the country. In 1980 an earthquake measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale struck near Quixeramobim in the center of the state, rattling the city of Fortaleza but causing no injuries. The climate of Ceará is hot all year; the temperature in the state varies from 22 to 36 °C. The coast is humid, tempered by the cool trade winds. In the higher ranges the temperatures are cooler and vary from about 14 to 18 °C; the record minimum temperature registered in Ceará was 8 °C, recorded in Jardim, a small city in Chapada do Araripe. The year is divided into a rainy and dry season, the rains beginning in January to March and lasting until June; the dry season, July to December, is sometimes broken by slight showers in September and October, but these are of slight importance. Sometimes the rains fail altogether, a drought ensues, causing famine and pestilence throughout the entire region.
The most destructive droughts recorded in the 18th and 19th centuries were those of 1711, 1723, 1777–1778, 1790, 1825, 1844–1845, 1877 to 1878, the last-mentioned destroying nearly all the livestock in the state, causing the death through starvation and pestilence of nearly half a million people, or over half the population. Because of the constant risk of droughts, many dams have been built throughout Ceará, the largest of them the Açude Castanhão; because of the dams, the Jaguaribe River no longer dries up completely. The t
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, or Rio, is anchor to the Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area and the second-most populous municipality in Brazil and the sixth-most populous in the Americas. Rio de Janeiro is the capital of the state of Brazil's third-most populous state. Part of the city has been designated as a World Heritage Site, named "Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Landscapes between the Mountain and the Sea", by UNESCO on 1 July 2012 as a Cultural Landscape. Founded in 1565 by the Portuguese, the city was the seat of the Captaincy of Rio de Janeiro, a domain of the Portuguese Empire. In 1763, it became the capital of the State of Brazil, a state of the Portuguese Empire. In 1808, when the Portuguese Royal Court transferred itself from Portugal to Brazil, Rio de Janeiro became the chosen seat of the court of Queen Maria I of Portugal, who subsequently, in 1815, under the leadership of her son, the Prince Regent, future King João VI of Portugal, raised Brazil to the dignity of a kingdom, within the United Kingdom of Portugal and Algarves.
Rio stayed the capital of the pluricontinental Lusitanian monarchy until 1822, when the War of Brazilian Independence began. This is one of the few instances in history that the capital of a colonising country shifted to a city in one of its colonies. Rio de Janeiro subsequently served as the capital of the independent monarchy, the Empire of Brazil, until 1889, the capital of a republican Brazil until 1960 when the capital was transferred to Brasília. Rio de Janeiro has the second largest municipal GDP in the country, 30th largest in the world in 2008, estimated at about R$343 billion, it is headquarters to Brazilian oil and telecommunications companies, including two of the country's major corporations – Petrobras and Vale – and Latin America's largest telemedia conglomerate, Grupo Globo. The home of many universities and institutes, it is the second-largest center of research and development in Brazil, accounting for 17% of national scientific output according to 2005 data. Despite the high perception of crime, the city has a lower incidence of crime than Northeast Brazil, but it is far more criminalized than the south region of Brazil, considered the safest in the country.
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, samba, bossa nova, balneario beaches such as Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana and Leblon. In addition to the beaches, some of the most famous landmarks include the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado mountain, named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Rio de Janeiro was the host of the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Paralympics, making the city the first South American and Portuguese-speaking city to host the events, the third time the Olympics were held in a Southern Hemisphere city; the Maracanã Stadium held the finals of the 1950 and 2014 FIFA World Cups, the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, the XV Pan American Games. Europeans first encountered Guanabara Bay on 1 January 1502, by a Portuguese expedition under explorer Gaspar de Lemos, captain of a ship in Pedro Álvares Cabral's fleet, or under Gonçalo Coelho; the Florentine explorer Amerigo Vespucci participated as observer at the invitation of King Manuel I in the same expedition.
The region of Rio was inhabited by the Tupi, Puri and Maxakalí peoples. In 1555, one of the islands of Guanabara Bay, now called Villegagnon Island, was occupied by 500 French colonists under the French admiral Nicolas Durand de Villegaignon. Villegagnon built Fort Coligny on the island when attempting to establish the France Antarctique colony; the city of Rio de Janeiro proper was founded by the Portuguese on 1 March 1565 and was named São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro, in honour of St. Sebastian, the saint, the namesake and patron of the Portuguese then-monarch Sebastião. Rio de Janeiro was the name of Guanabara Bay; until early in the 18th century, the city was threatened or invaded by several French pirates and buccaneers, such as Jean-François Duclerc and René Duguay-Trouin. In the late 17th century, still during the Sugar Era, the Bandeirantes discovered gold and diamonds in the neighbouring captaincy of Minas Gerais, thus Rio de Janeiro became a much more practical port for exporting wealth than Salvador, much farther northeast.
On 27 January 1763, the colonial administration in Portuguese America was moved from Salvador to Rio de Janeiro. The city remained a colonial capital until 1808, when the Portuguese royal family and most of the associated Lisbon nobles, fleeing from Napoleon's invasion of Portugal, moved to Rio de Janeiro; the kingdom's capital was transferred to the city, thus, became the only European capital outside of Europe. As there was no physical space or urban structure to accommodate hundreds of noblemen who arrived many inhabitants were evicted from their homes. In the first decades, several educational establishments were created, such as the Military Academy, the Royal School of Sciences and Crafts and the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, as well as the National Library of Brazil – with the largest collection in Latin America – and The Botanical Garden; the first printed newspaper in Brazil, the Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro, came into circulation during this period. When Brazil was elevated to Kingdom in 1815, it