‘Pantanal’: José Leôncio meets lost son, José Lucas de Nada. Learn the farmer’s reaction!

THE arrival of José Lucas de Nada (Irandhir Santos) will surprise his father, José Leôncio (Marcos Palmeira), in novel “Pantanal”. The farmer’s shock will be so great that he will even feel sick when he meets the stranger for the first time. In addition to José Lucas, the pawn is the father of two other children, Tadeu (José Loreto) and Jove (Jesuíta Barbosa).

The scenes begin to air next week of the nine o’clock soap opera, anticipates columnist Patricia Kogut, from the newspaper “O Globo”. Son of José Leôncio with the prostitute Generosa (Giovana Cordeiro), with whom he had sex when he was still young, he appears on his father’s farm after his truck and cargo are stolen by a gang as a result of fate.

As soon as he appears on the property, José Lucas starts to draw the attention of everyone who knew Joventino, now transformed into the Velho do Rio (Osmar Prado), so sought after by his only son. And the farmer ends up feeling sick, such is his emotion.

It is worth remembering that in the original, from 1990, José Lucas was only created after Paulo Gorgulho pleased as José Leôncio from the first phase, a role given in the next phase to Claudio Marzo, still interpreter of Joventino and Velho do Rio. In the current version, three actors took on the characters of Claudio, in one of the changes.

Soap opera ‘Pantanal’: Juma threatens Muda with death

After an adventure in Rio de Janeiro, Juma will be surprised to discover that Muda (Bella Campos) is only mute in name. In addition, Alcides (Juliano Cazarré) still spills the beans and says that his friend from the Pantanal doesn’t seem to be that reliable.

Suspicious, Maria’s daughter (Juliana Paes) pressures Muda and she ends up admitting that she went to the Pantanal in search of revenge, as she saw her father murdered. However, Juma, despite threatening to kill her friend, gives up because both conclude that it is better to put an end to the series of crimes in the family, in the soap opera that can change part of Alcides’ end.

“Pantanal” was written by Benedito Ruy Barbosa and repeated on three occasions (June 1991 to the following January, October 1998 to July 1999, and June 2008 to January 2009, this time by SBT).

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