La última esperanza

La última esperanza
Genre Telenovela
Directed by Alfredo Gurrola
Starring Mariana Levy
Alberto Mayagoitia
Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.
Salvador Sánchez
Cecilia Gabriela
Luis Gatica
Elsa Cárdenas
Opening theme Ay amor by Mariana Levy
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 150
Executive producer(s) Eugenio Cobo
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release February 1 – May 14, 1993
Preceded by Ángeles sin paraíso
Followed by Sueño de amor
Related shows Muñeca (1974)

La última esperanza (English title: The last hope) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Eugenio Cobo for Televisa in 1993.[1]

Mariana Levy and Alberto Mayagoitia starred as protagonists, while Pedro Armendáriz, Jr, Cecilia Gabriela, Florencia Ferret, Adalberto Parra and Jesús Arriaga starred as antagonists.


"La Última Esperanza" is a slum where they live humble and hardworking and others that are not. Here lives Estelita, an orphan girl working mother looking constantly and tries to raise her father, an alcoholic and depressive.

Entrepreneurship, vital, kind, Estelita meets Daniel, a young millionaire playboy dedicated to the fleeting romance and the good life that gives the big money, money she inherited from her deceased parents. Daniel immediately falls for her, who is not like other women who usually deal with, but choose a path unwise to reach his heart, calling himself Angel and pretend to be more than a poor neighborhood.


  • Mariana Levy as Estelita
  • Alberto Mayagoitia as Daniel Burana/Ángel Pérez
  • Pedro Armendáriz, Jr. as Alejandro Burana
  • Salvador Sánchez as Pancho
  • Cecilia Gabriela as Jennifer Lascuráin
  • Luis Gatica as José
  • Elsa Cárdenas as Ninfa
  • Miguel Pizarro as Father Juan Lamparero
  • Jaime Lozano as "El Gallo"
  • Héctor Ortega as Don Moy
  • Jesús Arriaga as Manuel Prieto "El Piraña"
  • Coco Levy as Pablo
  • Juan Carlos Serrán as Mariano
  • Eugenio Cobo as Sócrates
  • José Suárez as Luis Ceballos "El Caireles"
  • Carolina Guerrero as Polita Ríos
  • Patricia Hernández as Gloria Chávez
  • Adalberto Parra as Fraga
  • Bárbara Gil as Isabel
  • Silvia Suárez as Diana
  • Florencia Ferret as Nora
  • Héctor Parra as Tte. Ramos
  • Rosita Pelayo as Melanie
  • Klaus Feldman as Jacobo
  • Jorge Páez as "Kid Acero"
  • Azela Robinson
  • Violeta Isfel
  • Jorge Alberto Bolaños
  • Juan David Burns
  • Yula Pozo
  • Azucena Rodríguez
  • Carlos Amador
  • Francois Clemencau
  • Carlos Chavira
  • Esteban Escarcega
  • Maripaz García
  • Janina Hidalgo
  • María Morena
  • Baltazar Oviedo
  • Evelyn Solares
  • Edmundo Lima
  • Juan Antonio Llanes
  • Lorena Martínez
  • Rubén Monterrubio


  1. "La última esperanza" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved March 4, 2016.

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