El Camino Secreto

El Camino Secreto
Genre Telenovela
Created by José Rendón
Written by José Rendón
Directed by José Rendón
Starring Daniela Romo
Salvador Pineda
Carlos Ancira
Gabriela Rivero
Leticia Calderón
Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.
Claudio Brook
Theme music composer Juan Gabriel
Opening theme De mí enamórate by Daniela Romo
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 120
Executive producer(s) Emilio Larrosa
Running time 21-22 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release September 1, 1986 – February 13, 1987
Preceded by La gloria y el infierno
Followed by El precio de la fama
Related shows La Verdad Oculta (2006)

El Camino Secreto (English title:The Secret Path) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Emilio Larrosa for Televisa in 1986.

Daniela Romo and Salvador Pineda starred as protagonists, while first actor Claudio Brook, Patsy and Mar Castro starred as main antagonists. Leticia Calderón, Gabriela Rivero and Carlos Ancira starred as stellar performances.

He is the last acting role of Carlos Ancira, eight months before his death by brain tumor in October 10, 1987.


Mario and Santiago are in love with the same woman, Martha. Martha got pregnant of Mario and Santiago married her and together they had two daughters, Gabriela and Julieta. Mario and Santiago are involved in smuggling diamonds headed by Adolfo Avila, the man who kills Martha and he blames Mario and Santiago of the murder.[1][2]



Year Award Category Nominee Result
19875th TVyNovelas AwardsBest Telenovela of the YearEmilio LarrosaNominated
Best ActressDaniela Romo
Best ActorSalvador Pineda
Best Antagonist ActorClaudio Brook
Best Leading ActorCarlos AnciraWon
Best Female RevelationGabriela Rivero
Best Original Story or AdaptationJosé Rendón
Emilio Larrosa
Best DirectionJosé Rendón


  1. "El Camino Secreto" (in Spanish). univision.com. Retrieved January 29, 2015.
  2. "El Camino Secreto in Alma Latina" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Retrieved January 29, 2015.

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