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Todo por tu amor

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Todo por tu amor
A filming location
Created byDelia Fiallo
Written byAlberto Gómez
Directed byEdgar Liendo
StarringJeannette Rodríguez
Jean Carlo Simancas
Hilda Abrahamz
Gabriela Spanic
Opening themeTodo por tu Amor by Raquel Castaños
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes150
Executive producerSandra Rioboo
Production locationCaracas
EditorOrlando Manzo
Running time45 minutes
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorVenevisión International
Original networkVenevisión
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseJanuary 22 (1997-01-22) –
July 8, 1997 (1997-07-08)
Preceded bySol de tentación
Followed byContra Viento y Marea

Todo Por Tu Amor (English title: Everything for your love)[1] is a Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión in 1997.[2] It was developed by Alberto Gómez based on the original argument of the telenovela Ligia Sandoval written by Delia Fiallo.

On January 22, 1997, Venevisión started broadcasting Todo por tu amor weekdays at 9:00pm, replacing Sol de tentación. The last episode was broadcast on July 8, 1997, with Contra viento y marea replacing it the following day.

Jeannette Rodríguez and Jean Carlo Simancas starred as the main protagonists, while Hilda Abrahamz and Gabriela Spanic starred as antagonists.[3]


Marina Rangel is a courageous and young physical therapist struggling to support her family by working at a public hospital. Here, she will meet the rich and handsome Dr. Samuel Montalbán, and this is where all her troubles will begin. Dr. Samuel forms an instant dislike for Marina and finds an excuse to have her fired. Finding herself jobless and desperate, Marina finds a job as a nurse in a private home caring for a woman who has recently become blind. However, her patient is none other than Andrea, Samuel's frustrated and conniving wife who makes everyone around her, especially Marina, suffer due to her handicap.

It is in the middle of this conflict that Marina and Samuel form a passionate bond of love, but their happiness will face many challenges. Andrea recovers her sight but hides this from Samuel in order to keep him at her side. Also, Marina's former lover comes back into her life, and it turns out that he is Samuel's brother. But when he is murdered by a jealous lover, Marina is accused of the crime. Believing that she killed his brother, Samuel abandons Marina. Years later, Marina, now married to another man, meets Samuel who assures her that their feelings for each other are over. But is it?[4]


  • Jeannette Rodríguez as Marina Rangel
  • Jean Carlo Simancas as Samuel Montalbán
  • Julio Alcazar as Álvaro Villagrande
  • Hilda Abrahamz as Andrea Mijares
  • Gabriela Spanic as Amaranta Rey
  • Monica Rubio as Lucy Rangel
  • Eduardo Luna as Tony Magallanes
  • Carlos Arreaza as Larry Mijares
  • Eva Moreno as Gisela
  • Marta Olivo as Elodia Rangel
  • Carolina López as Coral Gallardo
  • Romelia Aguedo as Delfina
  • Orlando Cassin as Padre Chucho
  • Carlos Flores as Chucho Magallanes
  • Alba Valve as Teté Magallanes
  • Luis Enrique Cañas as Luis Carlos
  • Jorge Aravena as Cristóbal Pérez
  • Herminia Martínez as Ángela Zavala viuda de Villagrande
  • Luis Gerardo Nuñez
  • Inés María Calero as Irene Carvajal
  • Dulce María Piloneta as Gloria
  • Francisco Ferrari
  • Ramón Hinojosa as Don Lechuga
  • Ana Martínez as Sebastiana
  • Ivette Domínguez as Carlota
  • Antonio Machuca as Gamboa
  • Víctor Hernández as Memo
  • Ernesto Balzi as Renato
  • Jorge Palacios as Padre Marcelo
  • Raúl Amundaray as Daniel
  • Jose Ángel Dávila as El Baby
  • Raquel Castaños
  • Servando Primera
  • Florentino Primera


  2. ^ Todo Por Tu Amor
  3. ^ "CON JEANNETE RODRÍGUEZ Y JEAN CARLO SIMANCAS ʽTodo por tu amorʽ" (in Spanish). teleprograma. Retrieved 11 January 2017.
  4. ^ Resumen de Todo por tu amor

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