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Amor mío (Venezuelan TV series)

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Amor mío
Created byIsamar Hernández
Tabare Perez
Written byRicardo Garcia
Manuel Manzano
Isamar Hernández
Directed byClaudio Callao
StarringAstrid Gruber
Julio Pereira
Félix Loreto
Gabriel Fernández
Theme music composerFrank Aguilar
Opening themeAmor Mío, Si Tú Fueras Mío by Viviana Gibelli
Ending themeAmor Mío, Si Tú Fueras Mío by Viviana Gibelli
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes130
Production
ProducerMariana Djuro
Production locationCaracas
CinematographyCarlos A. Sánchez
EditorCarlos Alvarez
Running time45 minutes
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Original release1997 (1997)

Amor Mío is a 1997 Venezuelan telenovela that was seen and broadcast on Venevisión.[1] The telenovela was written by Isamar Hernández and Tabare Perez. Astrid Gruber and Julio Pereira starred as the main protagonists.[2]

Cast

  • Astrid Gruber as Amada Briceño / Veronica
  • Julio Pereira as Luis Fernando Alcantara
  • Félix Loreto as Mariano Fonseca
  • Gabriel Fernández as Ricardo Sifuentes
  • Nury Flores as Doña Enriqueta Alcantara
  • Isabel Moreno as Carmen de Briceño
  • Haydee Balza as Amalia de Sifuentes
  • Mirtha Borges as Mercedes
  • Judith Vasquez
  • Juan Frankis as Juan
  • Eliseo Perera as Felipe
  • Bettina Grand as Ligia Sifuentes
  • Elena Dinisio as Leticia Alcantara
  • Roberto Colmenares
  • Carlos Omaña as Vicente Briceño
  • Aura Rivas as Chichita
  • Marco A. Casanova as Andres Fonseca
  • Winda Pierralt
  • Asdrubal Blanco

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