El amor tiene cara de mujer (Argentine TV series)
|El amor tiene cara de mujer|
|Created by||Nené Cascallar|
|Directed by||Edgardo Borda|
|Starring||Delfy de Ortega|
Angélica López Gamio
|Country of origin||Argentina|
|No. of seasons||7|
|No. of episodes||800|
|Executive producer||Jacinto Pérez Heredia|
|Production locations||Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina|
|Cinematography||Enrique Zanini |
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||Canal 13|
|Original release||1964 –|
|Related shows||El amor tiene cara de mujer (1971)|
The telenovela follows the lives of four women (Bárbara Mujica, Iris Láinez, Delfy de Ortega and Angélica López Gamio) who work in a beauty institute. They are of different ages, social stratums, and lifestyles. Each week, the show is dedicated one woman to allow for the participation of a larger cast. The telenovela aired for seven seasons, until it ended in 1970. To withdraw from the cast Bárbara Mujica, was incorporated in principle to Thelma Biral, and then joined the plot a fifth protagonist, a role that was played in some seasons by Claudia Lapacó and others by Silvina Rada.
- Delfy de Ortega as Vanessa Lertó
- Angélica López Gamio as Matilde
- Bárbara Mujica as Marcela
- Evangelina Salazar as Betina
- Iris Láinez as Laura
- Claudia Lapacó
- Norma Aleandro
- Norma Alexander
- Ricardo Aliaga
- Arnaldo André
- Mariana Karr
- Jorge Barreiro
- Martha Barrios
- Ricardo Bauleo
- Miguel Bebán
- Zulema Speranza
- In 1966 performed a version of this soap opera, called in Brazil, O amor tem cara de mulher.
- In 1971, Televisa performed this soap opera under the same name, Starring by Silvia Derbez, Irma Lozano, Irán Eory and Lucy Gallardo.
- In 1973, it took to film in Mexico, directed by Tito Davidson.
- In 1976, an Argentine version was made with Virginia Lago, Cristina Tejedor, Beatriz Día Quiroga, Dora Prince and Christian Bach.
- In 1984, was repeated again in Mexico with the title of Principessa.
- In 1994, Televisa performed this soap opera under the same name, Starring by Thelma Biral, Marita Ballesteros, Laura Novoa, Marcelo Alfaro and Laura Flores.
- In 2007, a renewed version titled was made Palabra de mujer.