La Dueña (1995 Mexican TV series)

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La Dueña (English title: Lady Owner) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Florinda Meza for Televisa in 1995.[1]

La Dueña
La dueña poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byInés Rodena
Written byMª del Carmen Peña
Directed byRoberto Gómez Fernández
StarringAngélica Rivera
Francisco Gattorno
Cynthia Klitbo
Norma Herrera
Eduardo Santamarina
Rosita Quintana
Salvador Sánchez
Theme music composerPedro Infante
Tommy San Martín
Opening themeTengo todo contigo by Alberto Ángel "El Cuervo"
Dueña y Señora by David DeMaria (only in channel Unicanal)
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes95
Production
Executive producerFlorinda Meza
ProducerAlfredo González Fernández
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Mexico City, Mexico
San Ignacio, Mexico
CinematographyJosé Luis Gómez A.
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseMay 22 (1995-05-22) –
September 29, 1995 (1995-09-29)
Chronology
Preceded byMaría José (19:30)
Followed byLazos de amor (20:00)
Related showsLa doña (1972)
Doménica Montero (1978)
Amanda Sabater (1989)
El Desafio (1995)
Amor e odio (2001)
Soy tu dueña (2010)

Angelica Rivera and Francisco Gattorno starred as protagonists, while Cynthia Klitbo, Eduardo Santamarina, Rosita Quintana and Salvador Sánchez starred as antagonists.

PlotEdit

Life smiles at Regina Villarreal (Angélica Rivera), a young and beautiful woman who inherits a fortune from her deceased parents. Regina lives with her aunt Berenice Villarreal Vda. de Castro (Norma Herrera), whom she loves as if she were her own mother, her unbearable cousin, Laura Castro Villarreal (Cynthia Klitbo), and Laura’s inseparable nana, Martina (Josefina Echánove).

Laura envies her cousin and believes that she is more deserving of all that Regina has, so she decides to make Regina suffer. Her first move is to seduce Regina's fiancé, Mauricio (Eduardo Santamarina), who is only after Regina’s money. On her wedding day, Mauricio leaves Regina at the altar, which shatters her heart and makes it grow cold and bitter.

Regina moves to one of her properties, Los Cascabeles ("The Bells"), a ranch far away from the capital. She becomes a resentful and indomitable woman, “La Dueña” ("The Owner"), as her employees call her, and her reputation earns her the nickname “Víbora” (“Viper”) from the locals.

She meets José María (Francisco Gattorno), owner of the neighboring hacienda Los Encinos. Both fall for each other, but José María does not reveal his feelings for her out of fear of getting hurt in a relationship again.

Around this time, Berenice, Laura, and Martina move to Los Cascabeles. Macario, the foreman, is in love with Regina, and he and Laura scheme to keep Regina and José María apart. Laura has fallen in love with José María, because of it, Regina will become once again a target for her cousin even though La Dueña will not let anyone steal the heart of her beloved.

CastEdit

  • Angélica Rivera as Regina Villarreal Montenegro "La Dueña"
  • Francisco Gattorno as José María Cortéz
  • Cynthia Klitbo as Laura Castro Villarreal
  • Norma Herrera as Berenice Villarreal Vda. de Castro
  • Eduardo Santamarina as Mauricio Padilla
  • Rosita Quintana as Emma de Cortéz
  • Salvador Sánchez as Macario Robles
  • Josefina Echánove as Martina
  • Raúl Ramírez as Severiano Cortéz
  • Fernando Colunga as José Luis Gómez
  • Aylín Mújica as Fabiola Hernández
  • Georgina Pedret as Patricia Castelo
  • Paty Díaz as Blanquita López
  • Jorge del Campo as Don Anselmo Morales
  • Miguel Pizarro as Octavio Acosta
  • Marco Uriel as Ismael Andrade
  • Eugenia Avendaño as Silvia Tamayo de Hernández
  • Mario Casillas as Manuel Hernández
  • Eduardo López Rojas as Gregorio "Goyo" Mendoza
  • Gilberto Román as Leandro Rentería
  • Mariana Karr as Julieta Rentería
  • Lucía Guilmáin as Consuelo López
  • Yula Pozo as Armida
  • Claudia Eliza Aguilar as Aurelia
  • Roberto Ramírez Garza as Father Abel Guitrón
  • Jesús Arriaga as Lucio
  • Horacio Vera as Fortunato
  • Antonio Miguel as Father Juan Suárez
  • Gerardo Gallardo as Omar
  • Maickol Segura as Chuy
  • Viridiana Segura as Lolita
  • José Antonio Ferral as Ezequiel García
  • Claudia Cañedo as Sonia Fuentes
  • Vicky Rodel as Aída
  • Simone Brook as Dora Montes
  • Daniela Luján as Regina Villarreal (child)
  • Katalina Krueger as Laura Castro (child)
  • Isaías Mino as Syndic municipal Atilino Salazar
  • Arturo Muñoz as Ezequiel's friend
  • Luis Reynoso as Comandante Jesús Reyna
  • Dolores Salomón as Paquita
  • Ángeles Balvanera as Panchita
  • Enio Mejía as Don Agustín
  • Juan Antonio Gómez as Bernardo Martínez
  • Beatriz Monroy as Gossipy woman #1
  • Linda Elizabeth as Gossipy woman #2
  • Fernanda Franco as Gossipy woman #3
  • Alea Yólotl as Chela
  • Franco Javier as Salomón
  • Gabriela Cuéllar as Juana
  • Claudia Benedetti
  • Dulce Esperanza
  • Lorena Álvarez

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1996 14th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Florinda Meza Nominated
Best Actress Angélica Rivera
Best Antagonist Actress Cynthia Klitbo
Best Antagonist Actor Salvador Sánchez Won
Best Supporting Actress Norma Herrera Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Miguel Pizarro
Best Female Revelation Angélica Rivera Won
Best Male Revelation Francisco Gattorno
Male Launching Nominated
Best Musical Theme Alberto Ángel "El Cuervo Won
Premios ACE Best Female Co-acting Cynthia Klitbo
Best Actor Revelation Francisco Gattorno
Premios El Heraldo de México Best Telenovela Florinda Meza Nominated
Best Television Actress Angélica Rivera
Best Television Revelation Francisco Gattorno Won

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "La Dueña" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on September 4, 2011. Retrieved March 12, 2016.

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