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Amalia Batista

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Amalia Batista
Created byInés Rodena
Written byCarlos Romero
María Antonieta Saavedra
Directed byGilberto Macin
StarringSusana Dosamantes
Rogelio Guerra
Roberto Ballesteros
Nuria Bages
Leticia Calderón
Leticia Perdigón
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes265
Executive producerValentín Pimstein
CinematographyManuel Ruiz Esparza
Production companyTelevisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseSeptember 14, 1983 (1983-09-14) –
September 21, 1984 (1984-09-21)
Preceded byBianca Vidal
Followed byPrincipessa
Related showsIleana (1977)
Prisionera de amor (1994)

Amalia Batista is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein and directed by Gilberto Macin for Televisa in 1982.[1] It is an original story by Inés Rodena and adaptation by Carlos Romero and María Antonieta Saavedra.

Susana Dosamantes, Rogelio Guerra and Roberto Ballesteros starred as protagonists, while Alicia Encinas starred as main antagonist.


  • Susana Dosamantes as Amalia Batista
  • Rogelio Guerra as Lic. José Roberto Covarrubias
  • Roberto Ballesteros as Macario
  • Alicia Encinas as Viviana Durán
  • Nuria Bages as Margarita de Covarrubias
  • Leticia Calderón as Leticia
  • Leticia Perdigón as Reyna
  • Alicia Rodríguez as Doña Ana Mercedes
  • Armando Calvo as Don Daniel
  • Gregorio Casal as Augusto
  • Dolores Camarillo as Pachita
  • María Teresa Rivas as Doña Esperanza
  • Inés Morales as Irma Covarrubias
  • Luis Uribe as Esteban Covarrubias
  • Ada Carrasco as Petra
  • Aurora Clavel as Adela
  • José Elías Moreno as Jorge
  • Connie de la Mora as Diana
  • Maribella García as Marcela
  • Magda Karina as Iris
  • Rubén Rojo as Manuel
  • Mario Sauret as Jaimito
  • Beatriz Ornela as Sor María
  • Nubia Palacio as Eugenia
  • Julieta Montiel as Serafina
  • Alberto Gavira as Juancho
  • Patricia Myers as Rosa María
  • Marta Resnikoff as Úrsula
  • Jorge del Campo as Marcos
  • Virginia Gutiérrez as Clementina
  • Mónica Miguel as Matilde
  • Maritza Olivares as Jazmín
  • Antonio Brillas as Dr. Brambila
  • Fernando Ciangherotti as Leticia's fiance
  • Oscar Sánchez
  • Carmen Belén Richardson
  • Jacarandá Alfaro


Year Award Category Nominee Result
1985 3rd TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Valentín Pimstein Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor José Elías Moreno
Best Female Revelation Leticia Calderón
Best Debut Actress Won


  1. ^ Amalia Batista in Alma Latina Retrieved January 15, 2015

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