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El amor tiene cara de mujer (Mexican TV series)

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El amor tiene cara de mujer
Created byNené Cascallar
Written byEstela Calderón
Manuel Canseco Noriega
Directed byFernando Wagner
StarringSilvia Derbez
Irán Eory
Irma Lozano
Lucy Gallardo
Opening theme"Morir de placer" by Paul Mauriat
Country of originMéxico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes760
Production
ProducerValentín Pimstein
Production locationMexico City
Release
Original networkTeleprogramas Acapulco, SA
Original releaseJuly 12, 1971 (1971-07-12) –
February, 1973
Chronology
Related showsEl amor tiene cara de mujer (Argentina)
Principessa (1984)
Palabra de mujer (2007)

El amor tiene cara de mujer (Love has woman's face) is a Mexican soap opera, produced by Valentín Pimstein for Teleprogramas Acapulco, SA in 1971. Starring leading actresses Silvia Derbez, Irma Lozano, Irán Eory, and Lucy Gallardo, it features an original story by Nené Cascallar. It was the second longest Mexican telenovela in history. Since its inception on July 12, 1971, it maintained high ratings through 400 one-hour episodes (760 half-hour episodes, as Televisa accounted for the duration of their telenovleas at that time).[1]

It is a remake of the Argentinian telenovela El amor tiene cara de mujer, which aired between 1964–1970. It was one of the biggest TV hits of the 1960s, greatly influencing the masses. Produced by Channel 13 of Buenos Aires, it starred Bárbara Mujica, Iris Láinez, Delfy de Ortega, and Angélica López Gamio.

Plot

The story features the lives of four women of different ages and social classes as they work while attending the prestigious Lucy Escala Institute of Beauty & Boutique. The women, Laura, Matilda, Vicky, and Lucy, cope with personal problems on a day-to-day basis, but also enjoy the joys of life and their friendship.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "El amor tiene cara de mujer, telenovela". Archivo de telenovelas. Retrieved January 5, 2014.[permanent dead link]


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