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Amores cruzados

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Amores Cruzados (Crossed Hearts)
Created byLuís Felipe Salamanca
Susana Prieto
Developed byTV Azteca and Caracol TV Internacional for Azteca Novelas
Directed byCarlos Villegas
Diego Mejía
StarringAna Lucía Domínguez
Michel Gurfi
Patricia Vásquez
David Zepeda
Theme music composerJose Gamba
Opening theme"No Te pido Flores" Performed by Fanny Lú
"Amores Cruzados"
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes120
Executive producersPedro Luevano G.
Jorge Valencia
Marlon Rojas
ProducersFeliciano Torres
Dago Garcia
Azteca Novelas: Martin Luna
Production locationsMexico City, Cartagena de Indias
EditorMiguel Angel Sanchez C
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time42 minutes
Original networkAzteca 13, Caracol Television
Picture formatColor
Original releaseApril 17 (2006-04-17) –
September 29, 2006 (2006-09-29)
Followed byBellezas Indomables

Amores Cruzados (Crossed Hearts) is a telenovela produced by TV Azteca and Caracol TV Internacional. It premiered in 2006. The protagonists are David Zepeda, Michel Gurfi, Ana Lucia Dominguez and Patricia Vasquez. The telenovela was filmed in Mexico and Colombia.


Main cast

  • Ana Lucía Domínguez.... María
  • Michel Gurfi.... Alejandro
  • Patricia Vásquez.... Elisa
  • David Zepeda.... Diego

Primary cast

Secondary cast

  • Claudia Álvarez.... Sofía
  • Andrea López.... Déborah Smith
  • Lina Angarita.... Ruth
  • Julián Arango.... Santiago
  • Rodolfo Arias.... Antonio
  • Johana Bahamón.... Julieta
  • Antonio Bejarano.... Eugenia
  • Óscar Borda.... Ismael
  • Sebastián Caicedo.... Ramón
  • Dora Cordero.... Magdalena
  • Christian Correa.... Álvaro
  • Socorro de la Campa.... Lupe
  • Luis Miguel Lombana.... Pedro
  • José Luis Penagos.... José
  • Cecilia Piñeiro.... Laura
  • Laura Sotelo.... Carmen
  • Georgina Tábora.... Gertrudis
  • Alberto Valdiri.... Jorge
  • Janete Bejarano.... Eugenia
  • Isabel Cristina Estrada
  • Juan David Galindo


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This page was last edited on 16 June 2020, at 01:22
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