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La jaula de oro (TV series)

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La jaula de oro
GenreTelenovela
Created byMaría Zarattini
Written byMaría Zarattini
Irma Ramos
Directed byJosé Rendón
Luis Vélez
StarringEdith González
Saúl Lisazo
René Casados
María Teresa Rivas
Antonio Medellín
Opening themeLa plegaria by Alexis Aranda
Ámame (only in United States) by Alexandre Pires
Ending themeHigh definition by Francis Monkman
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes70
Production
Executive producerJosé Rendón
ProducerRoberto Hernández Vázquez
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
CinematographyJorge Miguel Valdés
Óscar Palacios
Running time41-44 minutes
(episodes 1-30)
31-33 minutes
(episodes 31-70)
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseApril 28 (1997-04-28) –
August 1, 1997 (1997-08-01)
Chronology
Preceded byPueblo chico, infierno grande (21:00)
Te sigo amando (21:30)
Followed byMaría Isabel (21:00)
Salud, dinero y amor (21:30)
Related showsDe pura sangre (1985-1986)
Amor bravío (2012)

La jaula de oro (English: The Golden Cage) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Rendón for Televisa in 1997.[1]

On Monday, April 28, 1997, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting La jaula de oro weekdays at 9:00pm, replacing Te sigo amando. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, August 1, 1997 with María Isabel replacing it the following day.

Edith González and Saúl Lisazo starred as protagonists.

Cast

  • Edith González as Oriana Valtierra/Carolina Valtierra/Renata Duarte
  • Saúl Lisazo as Alex Moncada/Franco
  • René Casados as Flavio Canet
  • María Teresa Rivas as Ofelia Valtierra Vda. de Casasola
  • Antonio Medellín as Omar
  • Patricio Castillo as Benjamín Acevedo
  • Cecilia Coronel as Elis Canet
  • Arcelia Ramírez as Martha
  • Vanessa Bauche as Cristina
  • Socorro Bonilla as Doña Tere
  • Fernando Sáenz as Valerio
  • Jaime Lozano as Artemio
  • Kenia Gazcón as Camelia
  • Alpha Acosta as Marianela
  • Isaura Espinoza as Dolores
  • Edi Xol as Alberto
  • Ricardo Dalmacci as Gustavo
  • María de Souza as Amira
  • Bárbara Gómez as Regina
  • Tony Marcín as Ana
  • Ana María Jacobo as Severina
  • Ernesto Rivas as Sergio
  • Janet Ruiz as Rosa
  • Fernando Rubio as Maximino
  • Zulema Cruz as Announcer
  • Claudio Rojo as Police officer
  • Judith Muedano as Receptionist
  • Francisco Haros as César Valtierra
  • José Olivares as Young man
  • Julián de Jesús Núñez as Pedro
  • María Dolores Oliva as Irene

References

  1. ^ "La jaula de oro" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on August 5, 2011. Retrieved April 1, 2016.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)

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