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La Cuaima
La Cuaima title-card.png
GenreTelenovela
Created byCarlos Pérez
Written by
  • Carlos Pérez
  • Ana Teresa Sosa
  • Julio César Marmol
  • Verónica Álvarez
  • Carolina Mata
Directed by
  • Olegario Barrera
  • Otto Rodríguez
  • Arturo Páez
Creative directorRosa Helena Arcaya
Starring
Opening theme"Soy mujer" performed by La India
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes130
Production
Executive producerJhonny Pulido
Producers
  • Mileyba Álvarez
  • Hernando Faría
  • Ifigenia Rivas
  • Teddy Mavare
Production locationCaracas
Cinematography
  • Juan González
  • Rafael Marín
  • Julio Falcón
EditorRay Suárez
DistributorRCTV International
Release
Original networkRadio Caracas Televisión
Original releaseAugust 6, 2003 (2003-08-06) –
February 9, 2004 (2004-02-09)
Chronology
Preceded byTrapos íntimos
Followed by¡Qué buena se puso Lola!

La Cuaima, also known as Carmencita, la Cuaima, is a Venezuelan telenovela created by Carlos Pérez that premiered on Radio Caracas Televisión on August 6, 2006, and ended on February 9, 2004.[1] It stars Catherine Correia as the titular character.[2]

Cast

Main

Recurring

  • Ámbar Díaz as Yamileth Cáceres Rovaina
  • Flor Elena González as Pepita Hamilton de Alvarenga
  • Margarita Hernández as Luisa Russo
  • Javier Valcárcel as Cruz Esteban Guédez
  • Juan Carlos Tarazona as Leonardo José "Leo" Cáceres Rovaina
  • Juliet Lima as Daysi Chacón
  • Vito Lonardo as Don Piero Russo
  • Alejandro Otero as Celso Russo
  • Gioia Arismendi as Maigualida Campos
  • Aura Rivas as Matea Guaramato
  • Maria Alejandra Colón as Carolina "Caro" de Russo
  • Ligia Petit as Elda Ramírez
  • Kimberly Dos Ramos as Bambi Cáceres Rovaina
  • Gabriel López as Coco O'Brian
  • Dora Mazzone as Modesta Meléndez
  • Carlos Arreaza as Alexis Barragán
  • Victoria Robert as Elvia / La Comadre
  • Leopoldo Regnault as Comisario Montoya
  • Marcos Campos as Emilio

References

  1. ^ "Carlos Pérez: "La novela de corte socialista no existe"". eluniversal.com (in Spanish). El Universal Venezuela. Retrieved 20 June 2017.
  2. ^ Aguirre, Luis. ""Una buena cuaima no muere"". vencor.narod.ru (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 June 2017.

External links

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