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El sol sale para todos

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El sol sale para todos
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byCésar Miguel Rondón
Written byCésar Miguel Rondón
Napoleon Graziani
Isamar Hernandez
Directed byGrazio d'Angelo
StarringHilda Carrero
Eduardo Serrano
Corina Azopardo
Guillermo Dávila
Herminia Martínez
Opening themeNo renunciaré by Jorge Rigó
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes140
Production
Executive producerArnaldo Limansky
Production locationsCaracas, Venezuela
Running time45 minutes
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorCisneros Media Distribution
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Original releaseMay 20 (1986-05-20) –
December 1, 1986 (1986-12-01)
Chronology
Preceded byLos Donatti
Followed byEsa muchacha de ojos café

El sol sale para todos (English title: The sun rises for everyone) is a Venezuelan telenovela written by César Miguel Rondón and produced by Venevisión in 1986.[1][2]

Hilda Carrero and Eduardo Serrano starred as the main protagonists with Henry Galué, Herminia Martínez and Reneé de Pallás as the main antagonists.

Plot

Magdalena is a mature woman with dreams and struggles to improve herself by attending university and working, but her husband Julian does not support her, preferring she limits herself to being a housewife and mother. She becomes a frustrated and disappointed woman for not receiving support and affection from her husband, aspiring to having an ideal marriage similar to the one her parents have. At university, she meets Santiago, a captivating man who is her professor. Little by little, their relationship grows and they begin to discover each other, as Santiago is stuck in a loveless marriage to Ana Cristina who pays little attention to their son. Will they be able to give it all up?.[3]

Cast

  • Hilda Carrero as Magdalena Pimentel de Zerpa
  • Eduardo Serrano as Santiago Falcón
  • Corina Azopardo as Manuela Larrazábal
  • Guillermo Dávila as Luis Ignacio "Lucho" Pimentel
  • Herminia Martínez as Ana Cristina Arismendi
  • José Oliva as León Benigno Pimentel
  • Eva Blanco as Cruz del Carmen "Crucita" Chacón de Pimentel
  • Raúl Xiquez as Diógenes Arismendi
  • Reneé de Pallás as Doña Florentina
  • Henry Galué as Julián Zerpa
  • Carmen Victoria Pérez as Antonieta
  • Alma Ingianni as Aurora
  • Vicente Tepedino as Felipe Larrazábal "Felipito"
  • Ramón Hinojosa as Chonchón
  • Fernando Flores as Damaso Arrieta
  • Armando Jiménez as Juliancito Zerpa
  • Enrique Alzugaray as Don Crisanto
  • Esther Orjuela as Soledad
  • Eduardo Gadea Perez as Padre Toñito Chacón
  • Jimmy Verdum as Versalles
  • Esperanza Magaz as Jacinta

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