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Marimar (Mexican TV series)

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Marimar
Thalia Marimar,.jpg
DVD poster
GenreTelenovela
Created byInés Rodena
Based on"La indomable"
by Inés Rodena
Written by
  • Valeria Phillips
  • Inés Rodena
  • Carlos Romero
Directed byBeatriz Sheridan
Starring
Theme music composerPaco Navarrete
Opening theme"Marimar" by Thalía
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes150[1]
Production
Executive producers
ProducerMaricarmen Marcos
Running time21-22 minutes
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
Original releaseJanuary 31 (1994-01-31) –
August 26, 1994 (1994-08-26)
Chronology
Preceded byValentina
Followed byImperio de cristal
Related shows

Marimar is a Mexican telenovela created by Inés Rodena and produced by Valentín Pimstein and Verónica Pimstein for Televisa in 1994. It is based on the Venezuelan telenova La indomable, produced by Radio Caracas Televisión in 1974, which is in turn based on a radionovela of the same name.

Thalía and Eduardo Capetillo star as the show's romantic leads,[2] while Chantal Andere plays its principal villain.

Plot

Marimar is a poor, innocent girl who lives with her grandparents in a hut on the beach at San Martin dela Costa. She falls in love with Sergio, the son of Renato Santibáñez, a wealthy farmer. Sergio reciprocates her love and agrees to marry her, despite the disapproval of his father and stepmother, Angélica.

Angélica despises Marimar because of her naïveté and her ignorance of high society, and constantly embarrasses and diminishes her. Angered by his stepmother's behaviour, Sergio resolves to go away and earn enough money to allow him to take Marimar somewhere where she will no longer have to suffer Angélica's abuse.

Sergio's departure leaves Marimar with nothing standing between her and Angélica's scheming malice. First, Angélica shows Marimar a bracelet lying in a puddle and, telling her that she recognizes it as something that once belonged to Sergio's mother, encourages her to retrieve it. Angélica then tells the police that Marimar has stolen it from her, and Marimar is sent to prison. Then Angélica sends one of her servants, Nicandro, to set fire on the humble hut belonging to Marimar's grandparents, which results in their deaths. In addition, she also forges Sergio's handwriting and writes a fake letter to Marimar stating that he wants nothing more to do with her and that he never loved her. All these, along with the impact of her grandparents’ deaths, changes Marimar and sets her on the road to revenge.

After leaving prison, Marimar then moves from her hometown to Mexico City with Padre Porres and works to get back on track, with a new identity as "Bella Aldama". While working as a servant in the Aldama mansion, she then meets her biological father, Gustavo, who has been looking for her for many years, without either of them knowing of their relationship. He and her aunt Esperanza, teach her how to read, write, to speak eloquently, and to dress elegantly. She finds out she is pregnant, and later gives birth to a daughter, Crucita.

After the new and improved Marimar is ready to face society, Gustavo decides to take her to the opera, where she bumps into Sergio, and her plan for revenge against him and the Santibañez family begins. Fueled by anger, Marimar (assuming the identity of Bella and denying to Sergio and other people that she is Marimar) seduces Sergio constantly and then rejects his advances to hurt her. However, fate lead them to a new destination, Valle Encantado, where little by little, Marimar (as Bella), found even more obstacles that separates her from happiness, as Natalia Montenegro, the daughter of governor Fernando Montenegro (who also wants and falls in love with Bella), becomes obsessed with Sergio and at the same time, plans to make Marimar miserable.

Marimar then strips Renato and Angélica of their wealth. She buys out the Santibáñez home (and renames it Hacienda los Abuelos), and embarrasses Angélica the way she was embarrassed before. As Sergio divorces Marimar and gets ready to marry his childhood friend Inocencia del Castillo, Marimar plans on breaking them up. Secretly, Sergio is still in love with Marimar.

Angélica then gets into a car accident, while on her way to Valle Encantado, and suffers severe burns. While on her deathbed, as her last wish, she wants Marimar burned alive in her home. Innocencia finds out that Sergio has been trying to frequently visit Marimar at her home. The pregnant Innocencia falls and is taken to the hospital, where she has her baby and is subsequently diagnosed with a brain tumor. She then makes a deal with Marimar, that if she survives her operation, Marimar will leave her and Sergio alone, but if she doesn't, Marimar will have to marry Sergio.

Marimar then decides to forget about Sergio by falling in love with another man, Engr. Adrian Rosales. Innocencia then has brain surgery and survives her operation. Ashamed of all she has done, she then allows Marimar to eventually marry Sergio, and Renato also asks Marimar for forgiveness. They finally marry and live happily ever after.

Cast

Awards and Nominations

13th TVyNovelas Awards

Category Nominado(a) Resultado
Best Actress Thalía Nominee
Best Actor Eduardo Capetillo Nominee
Best Antagonist Actress Chantal Andere Nominee
Best Antagonist Actor Toño Infante Nominee
Best Leading Actor Tito Guízar Nominee
Highest-rated soap opera in the United States Winner

Premios ACE 1995

Category Nominee Result
Mejor programa escénico del año Verónica Pimstein Winner
Mejor figura femenina del año Thalía Winner
Mejor figura masculina del año Eduardo Capetillo Winner
Mejor dirección[3] Beatriz Sheridan Winner

Remake

The first ever remake, as granted by Televisa, was the 2007 Philippine version of the same title MariMar starring Marian Rivera under GMA Network. It was a huge hit around Asia at the time. In Mexico, Nathalie Lartrilleaux remade Marimar in 2013 under the title Corazón indomable and Ana Brenda Contreras and Daniel Arenas starred as the protagonists.[4][5] In 2015, Philippines' GMA Network remade the Mexican telenovela for a second time, with Tom Rodriguez and Miss World 2013 winner Megan Young playing the title role.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ Gallego de Lerma Rojo. "Capitulos de Marimar - Telenovela Televisa (1994)". BuscaTV (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Fotos: Thalía vuelve a convertirse en 'Marimar'". Publimetro (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 August 2015.
  3. ^ Eltiempo Entrega de premios ACE en 1995
  4. ^ oats.com.mx/2012/10/17/C-40642-confirmado-daniel-arenas-y-ana-brenda-protagonizaran-corazon-indomable.php Confirmado: Daniel Arenas y Ana Brenda protagonizarán 'Corazón Indomable'
  5. ^ "Corazón indomable ya tiene protagonistas". Archived from the original on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 2012-10-31.
  6. ^ "Megan Young and Tom Rodriguez topbill second Marimar adaptation". GMA News Online. GMA Network, Inc. 4 June 2015. Retrieved 3 August 2015.

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