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Corazón salvaje (1977 TV series)

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Corazón salvaje
GenreTelenovela
Written byCaridad Bravo Adams
Directed byAlfredo Saldaña
Starring
Opening theme"Amanecer" (Armando Manzanero)
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes168 of 30 minutes
Production
ProducerErnesto Alonso
CinematographyAlfredo Saldaña
Release
Original networkTelevisa
Original release1977 (1977)

Corazón salvaje is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1977. It is the fourth of five screen adaptations of the novel of the same name by Caridad Bravo Adams, and the second telenovela. The first telenovela starred singer Julissa while the 1977 production starred singer Angélica María who had previously had the role of Mónica in the 1968 film version. Actor Ernesto Alonso produced this version and after not casting Julissa and instead repeating Angélica María the first allegedly declared "Since my father (Luis de Llano) is not employed in this company (Televisa) anymore Ernesto Alonso has forgotten me in his castings".

Cast

  • Angélica María as Mónica Molnar
  • Martín Cortés as Juan del Diablo
  • Susana Dosamantes as Aimee Molnar
  • Fernando Allende as Renato D'Autremont
  • Bertha Moss as Sofía
  • Miguel Manzano as Pedro Noel
  • Kikis Herrera Calles as Catalina de Molnar
  • Lucy Tovar as Janina
  • Socorro Avelar as Ana
  • Jorge Vargas as Francisco D'Autremont
  • Armando Alcazar as Renato (as a child)
  • Ernesto Alonso as Narrator
  • Roberto Antunez as Vice-Secretary of the Governor
  • Carlos Argüelles as Juan (as a child)
  • Consuelo Frank as Sister María Inés de la Conception
  • Manuel Guízar as Doctor Alejandro Faber
  • Ernesto Marin as Colibrí
  • René Muñoz as Esteban
  • Agustín Sauret as Marcos
  • Raúl Vale as Adrián Lefevre
  • Sergio Zuani as Segundo Duclos
  • Eduardo Alcaraz as Padre Didier
  • Tony Bravo as Charles Brighton
  • Rosa Gloria Chagoyán
  • Juan Diego Fernandez Viñas
  • Roberto Montiel as Gracian
  • Leon Singer
  • Pilar Souza
  • Ignacio Rubiell

See also

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This page was last edited on 1 December 2020, at 19:36
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