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Sol de tentación

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Sol de tentación
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byVivel Nouel
Written byElizabeth Alezard
Perla Farías
María Antonieta Gutiérrez
Óscar Urdaneta
Directed byRafael Gómez
Arquímedes Rivero
StarringNatalia Streignard
Miguel de León
Adolfo Cubas
Aroldo Betancourt
Ana Karina Manco
Opening themeLa Llamada del Amor by Jose Luis Rodriguez
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes168
Production
Executive producerHenry Ramos
ProducerSandra Rioboo
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorVenevisión International
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Original releaseJuly 17, 1996 (1996-07-17) –
January 21, 1997 (1997-01-21)
Chronology
Preceded byQuirpa de Tres Mujeres
Followed byTodo por tu amor

Sol de Tentacion is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Vivel Nouel and produced by Venevisión in 1996. This telenovela lasted 168 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.[1]

On July 17, 1996, Venevisión started broadcasting Sol de tentación weekdays at 9:00pm, replacing Quirpa de tres mujeres. The last episode was broadcast on January 21, 1997, with Todo por tu amor replacing it the following day.

Natalia Streignard and Miguel de León starred as the main protagonists with Adolfo Cubas, Ana Karina Manco and Maria Fabiola Colmenares as the main antagonists.[2]

Synopsis

Sol is a poor young girl who lives with her father, Hipolito Romero, on an old ship anchored close to the shore of a small coastal town. Fishing and sailing are her passions, and the sea is her home. When she was a small child, her mother abandoned her to run away with a wealthy tourist. Sol and her father, however, believe that her brother drowned in the ocean that they love so much. Armando de la Torre is handsome, rich and lives in the capital city. He is on vacation on his family’s yacht with a group of friends and his arrogant fiancee: Martita Aristigueta. A boating accident initially brings Armando and Sol together, lighting the spark of love. Later, at a street festival in town, they meet again and, consumed by an irresistible attraction, they begin a passionate love affair. Martita, crazy with jealousy, sets out to do everything in her power to destroy Sol and Armando's happiness. Resorting to lies and intrigue, she manages to make Armando distrust Sol and put an end to their relationship. A disillusioned Armando marries Martita; Sol, feeling abandoned and desperate, decides to marry Rildo, a former suitor, in spite of the fact that she is expecting Armando's baby. Fifteen years later, destiny places Sol in the path of her former lover, Armando. Now, they are both filled with anguish upon learning that their respective children have fallen in love with each other. Only the strongest, truest love will be able to reunite Sol and Armando, allowing them to make up for lost time. Meanwhile, their children, Atlanta and Alejandro, are more in love every day... and will fight all impediments in the way of their final happiness.

Cast

  • Natalia Streignard as Sol Romero
  • Miguel de León as Jose Armando Santalucia
  • Aroldo Betancourt as Rildo Castillo
  • Ana Karina Manco as Sandra Rionegro
  • Julio Pereira as Daniel Romero & Moises Irrazabal
  • Maria Fabiola Colmenares as Marta Irrazabal
  • Jorge Palacios as Rogelio Santalucia
  • Adolfo Cubas as Emilio Berdugo
  • Mauricio González as Hipolito Romero
  • Jennifer Rodriguez as Alina
  • Vangie Labalan as Fabiola Castilla
  • Jonathan Montenegro as Luis Alejandro Romero
  • Albi de Abreu as Ezequiel
  • Virginia Garcia as Estrella Maria
  • Fedra Lopez as Katiuska
  • Marita Capote as Monica de Romero
  • Rosita Vásquez as Casta
  • Laura Cerra as María Monitos
  • Cristina Obin as Lourdes Santalucia
  • José Torres as Casimiro
  • Rita de Gois as Esther de Irrazabal
  • Rodolfo Drago as Arturo Irrazabal
  • Eliseo Perera as Toribio
  • Julio Capote as Padre Felicio
  • Yanis Chimaras as Gonzalo Santalucia
  • Patricia Oliveros as Irene Santalucia
  • Francisco Ferrari as Francisco
  • Deyanira Hernández as Alysson
  • Jhonny Zapata as Reinaldo
  • Antonio Machuca as Mercurio
  • Adelaida Mora as Gabriela Dominguez
  • Jenny Valdez as Mirna
  • Wilmer Machado as Guallallo
  • Asdrubal Blanco as Antonio Garcia-Quinto
  • Jose Vieira as Dr. Enrique Ramos Urdaneta
  • Niurka Acevedo as Rubi
  • Nancy Gonzalez as Salome de Rionegro
  • Ana Massimo as Carla
  • Ivette Dominguez as Jade

References

  1. ^ "VENEVISION (1996), 168 capitulos Sol de Tentacion". vencor.narod. Retrieved 15 January 2017.
  2. ^ "PROTAGONIZADA POR NATALIA STREIGNARD Y MIGUEL DE LEÓN 'Sol de tentación'" (in Spanish). teleprograma. 5 January 2016. Retrieved 15 January 2017.

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