Corona de lágrimas (1965 TV series)

Corona de lágrimas is a Mexican telenovela, written and produced by Manuel Canseco Noriega and Valentín Pimstein for Telesistema Mexicano in 1965. It stars Prudencia Grifell, Enrique del Castillo and Jorge Lavat.

Corona de lágrimas
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Created byManuel Canseco Noriega
Directed byJesús Valero
Country of originMéxico
Original languageSpanish
Executive producerValentín Pimstein
Original networkTelesistema Mexicano
Original release1965 (1965)


It is the story of a mother who suffers from her three children, and one of her sons despises her and does not support the poverty in which his family live.



In 1968, a film version with the same name was made, also written by Canseco Noriega and adapted and directed by Alejandro Galindo. In 2012, a free version of the same soap opera adaptation of Jesús Calzada and produced by José Alberto Castro was performed.[1]


  1. ^ Notimex (October 22, 2012). "'Chachita' aseguró que Victoria Ruffo no debió protagonizar 'Corona de lágrimas'" (in Spanish). Tvnotas. Retrieved August 10, 2014.

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