Amor Del Bueno is a 2004 telenovela produced by Venevisión and Iguana Productions. Venezuelan actors Coraima Torres and Ricardo Álamo star as the main protagonists.[2][3]

Amor del bueno
Created byCreative Productions Center
Developed byVenevisión International
Directed byToño Vega
StarringCoraima Torres
Ricardo Álamo
Karl Hoffman
Ana Karina Casanova
Opening theme"Amor del bueno" by Héctor Montaner
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes120[1]
Executive producerJuan Andrés Rodriguez
Production companyVenevisión
Original release
ReleaseJune 2 (2004-06-02) –
October 12, 2004 (2004-10-12)

Plot edit

Monica is a beautiful woman and home-maker married to Javier, a cruel and arrogant man who is cheating on her with her best friend Carolina, an ambitious model who sees Javier as her ticket to achieving financial stability. On the other hand, Bernando is a distinguished journalist in the country who dedicates most of his time in his work and doesn't have time for love, until he meets Monica when they are unfortunately kidnapped by men who don't want Bernardo to publish a story involving powerful people in the country and expose their schemes.[4][5]

Cast edit

  • Coraima Torres as Mónica Lezama
  • Ricardo Álamo as Bernardo Valdez
  • Karl Hoffman as Javier Lezama (villain)
  • Denise Novell as Micaela
  • Ana Karina Casanova as Sandra del Valle
  • Ricardo Bianchi as Eleazar Romero
  • Annabel Rivero as Carolina Moreau (villain)
  • Juan Carlos Baena as Leonardo
  • Everson Ruiz as Robert
  • Maykell Barrientos
  • Rodolfo Drago
  • Isabel Ferrer
  • Chony Fuentes
  • William Goite
  • Susy Herrera
  • Trino Jimenez
  • Carmen Landaeta
  • Mildred Lozada
  • Manuel Martinez
  • Alejandro Mata as Emiliano Valdez
  • Andreína Mazzeo
  • Nicolas Montero as Gustavo León
  • Juan Manuel Montesinos
  • Elizabeth Morales
  • Denise Novel as Micaela

References edit

  2. ^ Amor del Bueno – Venevisión (2004)
  3. ^ Amor del bueno
  4. ^ Amor del Bueno at Univision novelasyseries
  5. ^ "Central de telenovelas:Amor del bueno". Archived from the original on 2014-05-21. Retrieved 2013-07-13.

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