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La mujer del Vendaval

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Overview

La mujer Del Vendaval
Genre Telenovela
Drama
Format Serial Drama (radio and television)
Created by Camilo Hernández
Written by Gabriela Ortigosa
Antonio Abascal
Carlos Daniel González
Directed by Oscar Morales, Marco Vinicio, Leonardo Hernandez, Mauricio Rodriguez and Patricia Reyes Spindola
Starring Ariadne Díaz
José Ron
Chantal Andere
Javier Jattin.
Theme music composer J. Edaurdo Murguia Perdaza and Mauricio L. Arriaga
Opening theme "Como estar sin ti" by Carlos Baute
Ending theme "Se me desgarra el alma" by Jorge Gallegos
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 166[1]
Production
Executive producer(s) Mapat L. de Zatarain
Editor(s) Gabriela Torres and Oscar Morales
Location(s) Televisa San Angel (filming
Naolinco, Veracruz, Mexico
Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico and Hotel Secrets (Locations)
Cinematography German Paredes and Julio Cesar Pineda
Running time 42-45 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Broadcast
Original channel Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original run November 12, 2012 – June 30, 2013
Chronology
Preceded by Cachito de Cielo
Followed by De que te quiero, te quiero
Related shows Un Esposo para Estela


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La mujer del Vendaval (English Title:The Lady from Vendaval[2]) is a 2012 Mexican telenovela produced by Mapat L. de Zatarain for Televisa. It is a remake of the Venezuelan telenovela Un Esposo para Estela.

Ariadne Díaz[3] and José Ron[4] star as the main protagonists, while Chantal Andere, Marco Muñoz, Manuel Flaco Ibañez, Florencia del Saracho, and Javier Jattin star as the main antagonists.[5]

History

On November 12, 2012, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting La Mujer Del Vendaval weekdays at 6:15pm, replacing Cachito de Cielo.[6][7] The last episode was broadcast on June 30, 2013, with De que te quiero, te quiero replacing it the following day.[8][9][10] Production of La Mujer Del Vendaval officially started on August 16, 2012.[11]

On August 19, 2013, Univision started broadcasting La Mujer Del Vendaval weekdays at 3pm/2c, replacing Soy tu dueña.[12] The last episode was broadcast on April 4, 2014, with La rosa de Guadalupe replacing it on April 7.

From March 3 to March 7, 2014, Univision temporarily aired two hours of La Mujer Del Vendaval because of a one week special of El gordo y la flaca at 7pm/6c.

Cast

Confirmed as of August 16, 2012.[13][14]

  • Ariadne Díaz as Doña Marcela Morales de Casteló
  • José Ron as Don Alessandro Castelo
  • Chantal Andere as Lic. Octavia Cotilla
  • Javier Jattin as Camilo Preciado
  • Florencia del Saracho as Maria Laura Morales
  • Alfredo Adame as Don Luciano Castelo
  • María Marcela as Doña Silvana Berrocal de Casteló
  • Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez as Don Timoteo Quiñonez
  • Michelle Renaud as Alba Maria Morales de Rosado
  • Agustín Arana as Dr. Emiliano Ferreira
  • Rossana San Juan as Valeria Ferreira
  • Thelma Madrigal as Doña Nisa Castelo de Preciado
  • Lourdes Reyes as Ilse Sanchez
  • Patricio Borghetti as Cristian Serratos
  • Odiseo Bichir as Don Mateo Reina
  • Magda Karina as Doña Sagrario Aldama de Reina
  • Francisco Rubio as Amadeo Rosado
  • Jorge Ortín as Eulogio Ladron
  • Sachi Tamashiro as July Barbosa
  • Jauma Mateu as Mauro Urquiza
  • Zoraida Gómez as Nuria Arevalo
  • Mónica Zorti as Rosa Cruz
  • Jorge Gallegos as Lorenzo "Lencho" Quiñonez
  • Jose Carlos Farrera as Roman Rosado
  • Fernanda López as Ines
  • Regina Rojas as Sandra
  • Jorge Van Rankin as Antonio Figueres
  • Lucía Zerecero as Linda
  • Iliana de la Garza as Penelope
  • Joana Brito as Luisa "Lucha" Perez
  • Carla Cardona as Damiana Hernandez
  • Marco Muñoz as Severo Morales
  • Mauricio Martinez as Mike Cisneros
  • Mariana Karr as Conchita Pimentel
  • Chao as Nestor De la rosa
  • Anahí Fraser as Osuna / Norma Martínez
  • Juan Carlos Nava as Cirilio "Gordo" Barrios
  • Eugenio Bartilotti as Giocondo de la Fuente
  • Óscar Ferretti as Leonel
  • Sergio DeFassio as Padre Anselmo
  • Sandra Saldarriaga as Yadira
  • Polo Monárrez as Cuchi

References

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