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De mujeres
GenreTelenovela
Created byIsamar Hernández
Written byIsamar Hernández
Freddy S. Hernández
Claudia Venturini
Directed byGabriel Walfenzao
StarringMimí Lazo
Carlos Olivier
Victoria Roberts
Carlos Cámara Jr.
Carolina Perpetuo
Adolfo Cubas
Opening theme"Tengo corazón" by Sergio Pérez
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes164
Production
Executive producerGenaro Escobar
ProducerHernando Faría
Production locationCaracas
Production companyRCTV
DistributorCoral International
Release
Original networkRCTV
Original release21 May 1990 (1990-05-21) –
15 January 1991 (1991-01-15)

De mujeres is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Isamar Hernández and produced by Radio Caracas Television in 1990.[1]

Mimí Lazo and Carlos Olivier starred as the protagonists.[2]

Plot

The three Marcano sisters have to navigate through life while fighting a macho world in order to realise their own ideals and live more balanced, independent lives.

Antonieta is a mother of two children and the dedicated wife to Luis Fernando, a womanizer whose infidelities are discovered after 17 years of marriage. Antonieta decides to ask for a divorce, but the issue becomes complicated with the family's economic problems and family pressures.

Adela is a very strong but suspicious woman with a husband who hides a past that will be uncovered on the day of their wedding.

Aurora, the youngest sister works as a journalist but has great fear towards men and intimacy.[3]

Cast

  • Mimí Lazo as Antonieta Marcano
  • Carlos Olivier as Luis Fernando
  • Victoria Roberts as Adela Marcano
  • Carlos Cámara Jr. as Enrique
  • Carolina Perpetuo as Aurora Marcano
  • Adolfo Cubas as Fucho
  • Néstor Maldonado as Gregorio
  • Petite Kutlesa as Lupita
  • Carlos José Cámara as Tito
  • Rosario Prieto as Leticia
  • Carlos Márquez as Don Pedro
  • Marcos Campos as Octavio
  • Rosita Vásquez as Hortencia
  • Yajaira Broccolo as Marcela
  • Yajaira Broccolo as Marcela
  • Félix Loreto as Carlos Alfaro
  • Olga Rojas as Viuda de Marcano
  • Ileana Jacket as Federica
  • Franklin Virgüez as Santiago
  • Karl Hoffman as Tulio
  • Luis Enrique Cañas as David
  • Francis Romero as Ingrid
  • Inés María Calero as Dulce María
  • Crisol Carabal as Socorro Montes
  • Leonardo Oliva as Don Manuel Baptista
  • Arístides Aguiar as Alejandro
  • Zulema González as Elenita

References

  1. ^ "RCTV (1990), 164 capitulos De Mujeres". vencor.narod. Retrieved 7 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Formatos De mujeres". rctvintl.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 7 August 2017.
  3. ^ ""De mujeres" / RCTV 1990". s6.zetaboards.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 7 August 2017.

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