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Si Dios me quita la vida

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Si Dios me quita la vida
Created byMarissa Garrido
Written byMaría Zarattini
Vittoria Zarattini
Directed byJorge Fons
Enrique Lizalde
StarringDaniela Romo
César Évora
Enrique Lizalde
Omar Fierro
Rafael Rojas
Adriana Roel
Luis Felipe Tovar
Theme music composerLuis Demetrio
Bebu Silvetti
Opening themeSi Dios me quita la vida by Daniela Romo
Ending themeVoy by Daniela Romo
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes125
Executive producersPedro Damián
Juan Osorio
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Mérida, Yucatán
CinematographyCarlos Sánchez Zúñiga
Juan Carlos Frutos
Running time21-22 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseFebruary 20 (1995-02-20) –
August 11, 1995 (1995-08-11)

Si Dios me quita la vida (English title: If God takes away my life) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Pedro Damián and Juan Osorio for Televisa in 1995.[1] This is a remake of the 1961 telenovela La leona starred by Amparo Rivelles and Ernesto Alonso.

Daniela Romo and César Évora starred as protagonists, while Omar Fierro and Alma Muriel starred as antagonists.


María Sánchez Amaro is a woman from a wealthy family, educated in the moral habits of the 20s, whose live revolves around three men: Alfredo, the seducer, whom she married and procreate a child, Enrico, mature man, noble and protector, with whom he formed a second marriage, and Antonio, who teaches her the promise of true love.

After suffering abuse and betrayal by Alfredo, she is alone with her daughter when he goes to jail. She goes forward with his beautiful voice, but when he was released he returns to harass, María falls into the arms of Enrico, captivated by his love and goodness, and therein lies the love and protection that she has always yearned.

Antonio then appears, as a man who received protection from Enrico when he fled his country, accused of a crime he did not commit. Enrico does not only work but also gave him the same affection that he gave his own son. Antonio falls madly in love with the wife of the man who most wants and respects, and she does, too, although both try to resist this tormented and impossible love.


Actor Character
Daniela Romo María Sánchez Amaro
César Évora Antonio Foscari
Enrique Lizalde Enrico de Marchi
Omar Fierro Alfredo Román
Rafael Rojas Francesco de Marchi
Adriana Roel Doña Fedora Foscari
Luis Felipe Tovar Gregorio "Goyo" Jiménez
Julieta Egurrola Antonieta Vidal
Martha Ofelia Galindo Gilda
Alonso Echánove Tomás Esquivel
José Elías Moreno Raúl Guevara
Karyme Lozano Esther "Teté" Román Sánchez
Blanca Guerra Virginia Hernández
Fernando Balzaretti Santiago Hernández
Wendy de los Cobos Dinorah Moreno
Alma Muriel Eva de Sánchez Amaro/de Hernández
Gustavo Rojo Don Jesús Sánchez Amaro
Tiaré Scanda Rosario
Amparo Garrido Griselda
Renée Varsi Lucía
Juan Carlos Colombo Teniente Pablo García
Jorge Poza Claudio
Jesús Ochoa León
Kala Ruiz Rosita
Plutarco Haza Hugo
Alan Fierro
Roberto Miquel
Martha Mariana Castro
Andrea Noli
María Dolores Oliva
Mario Prudom
Lucía Paillés
Juan Carlos Barreto
Raúl Azkenazi
Alec Von Bargen
Ilean Almaguer
Minerva Padilla
Gustavo Munguía
Ricardo Vera
Alfredo Gutiérrez
Enrique Borja Baena


Year Award Category Nominee Result
1996 14th TVyNovelas Awards Best Leading Actor Enrique Lizalde Won
Best Supporting Actor Rafael Rojas Nominated
Best Decor Sandra Cortés Won


  1. ^ "Si Dios me quita la vida" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved March 14, 2016.

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