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Amores de mercado (Chilean TV series)

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Amores de mercado
Amores de mercado (2001).jpg
Also known asMarket Lovers
Created byFernando Aragón
Arnaldo Madrid
Written byAlejandro Cabrera
Arnaldo Madrid
René Arcos
Marcelo Leonart
Directed byMaría Eugenia Rencoret
Víctor Huerta
Enrique Bravo
Creative directorCarlos Lepe
StarringÁlvaro Rudolphy
Ángela Contreras
Luciano Cruz-Coke
Alejandra Fosalba
Opening theme"Caradura" by Duque y Bandaduke
Country of originChile
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes105
Executive producerPablo Avila
ProducerVania Portilla
Production locationsSantiago, Chile
CinematographyRoberto Osorio
Luis Muñoz
EditorsJaime Pagani
Miguel Garrido
Camera setupMiguel Carrizo
Jaime Nuñez
Sergio Aguayo
Luis Chahuan
Jose Luis Nauto
Rafael Obregon
Running time50-60 minutes
Production companyTelevisión Nacional de Chile
Original networkTVN
TV Chile
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseAugust 6 (2001-08-06) –
December 28, 2001 (2001-12-28)
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Amores de mercado (lit: Market Lovers) is a Chilean television series created by Fernando Aragón and Arnaldo Madrid, that aired on TVN and TV Chile from August 6, to December 28, 2001, starring Álvaro Rudolphy, Ángela Contreras, Luciano Cruz-Coke, and Alejandra Fosalba.[1]


Pedro Solis (Álvaro Rudolphy) is a young lower-middle class waiter, known as Pelluco by his family and friends. One day he finds a man, Rodolfo Ruttenmeyer, identical to him. Without finding an explanation for the strange fact, Pelluco assumes the identity of Rodolfo, as he had an accident and lost his memory. Rodolfo is received and cared by Pelluco's family, who believes he is actually Pelluco. Pelluco, in the other hand, tries to find the answer to what he saw that day, while living as a businessman. He falls in love with Fernanda (Ángela Contreras), the lover of his stepbrother Ignacio (Luciano Cruz-Coke). Fernanda cheats on Pelluco with his stepbrother, but when she discovers the new personality of her husband, she begins to feel a real affection for him. Ignacio, jealous of the success of Pelluco, searches for a way to humiliate him and take over his job as manager. Rodolfo, who remembers nothing, takes the place of Pelluco working at the Central Market of Santiago, where Pelluco used to work. Rodolfo's personality is totally different from Pelluco, who is more outgoing. Indeed, he learns that Betzabé (Alejandra Fosalba), a girl from Pelluco's neighborhood, is pregnant, and she believes that Rodolfo is the father of her child.

Pelluco and Rodolfo are actually twins, but Rodolfo was sold to a wealthy family because financial problems did not allow his family to keep both children. Maitén (Loreto Valenzuela) and "Chingao" (Mauricio Pesutic), parents of the twins, move to Santiago without knowing that their son Rodolfo is also in the city. Chingao is taken to prison for illegal business, but returns home when Rodolfo arrives.

After many adventures and misunderstandings, the twins discover what had happened. Camilo Ruttenmeyer (Jaime Vadell), the company's owner, discovers Ignacio's plans to steal his money. While quarreling Ignacio menaces Rodolfo with a gun, he fires but accidentally the bullet hits Pelluco, who dies in hospital in the final episode.


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  1. ^ Carolina Cerda (December 29, 2001). ""Amores de mercado" hizo historia". El Mercurio de Valparaiso (in Spanish). Retrieved October 8, 2017.

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