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Luisa Fernanda is a Venezuelan telenovela developed by Xiomara Moreno and produced by Radio Caracas Televisión in 1999.[1] The telenovela is a free version of the radionovela Muchachas de hoy written by Inés Rodena.

Luisa Fernanda
Created byXiomara Moreno
Written byLuis Colmenares
Rossana Negrín
Xiomara Moreno
Directed byOtto Rodríguez
StarringScarlet Ortiz
Guillermo Perez
Flavio Caballero
Dora Mazzone
Opening themeMás De Lo Que Pedi by Marta Sánchez
Country of originVenezuela
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes130
Executive producer(s)Carmen Cecilia Urbaneja
Producer(s)José Gerardo Guillén
Production location(s)Caracas
CinematographyElisete De Andrade
DistributorRCTV International
Original networkRCTV
Picture format480i SDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseFebruary 3 –
August 24, 1999

Scarlet Ortiz and Guillermo Perez starred as the protagonists with Dora Mazzone and Ricardo Álamo as antagonists.[2]


Three women will fall in love without thinking of the consequences of their passions. One of them is Luisa Fernanda, a rich, capricious and spoilt girl who is ignored by her father Ignacio Riera who despite being one of the most successful lawyers in Caracas is an alcoholic. The second is Alejandra, her friend, who claims to have found Fabian, the man of her dreams without knowing he is married. The third is Miriam, a girl from the countryside whose parents make sacrifices to fund her university education. She makes everyone believe she is rich but find it hard keeping appearances.

Luisa Fernanda falls in love with Professor Rodolfo Arismendi who begins teaching at the university where she studies law. Rodolfo is the boyfriend of Professor Alicia, an unscrupulous woman who pretends to be an angel in front of Rodolfo but is envious of Luisa Fernanda and hates her. To get back at Alicia, Luisa Fernanda makes a bet to seduce Rodolfo and take him away from her, but she ends up falling in love with him instead. The women’s brave pilgrimage empowers them to learn as they go, ultimately amassing the wisdom and inner strength necessary for finding the purity and power of real love.[3]



  1. ^ "RCTV (1999), 130 capitulos Luisa Fernanda". vencor.narod. Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Luisa Fernanda". (in Spanish). Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  3. ^ "Luisa Fernanda". Retrieved 10 April 2017.

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