María Bonita (TV series)

María Bonita (Pretty Maria) is a 1995 Colombian telenovela hit which starred Adela Noriega, Fernando Allende, and Julio Cesar Luna.

María Bonita
Created byDavid Sanchez Juliao
Developed byRTI Colombia
Directed byCarlos Duplat
StarringAdela Noriega
Fernando Allende
Julio Cesar Luna
Country of originColombia
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes93
Production
Executive producerHugo León Ferrer
ProducerOscar Guarin
Production locationColombia
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time40 minutes
Release
Original networkRTI Colombia
Telemundo
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseMay 22, 1995 (1995-05-22) –
February 27, 1996 (1996-02-27)

StoryEdit

This story develops in Isla Fuerte, a Caribbean island where Augusto Santos is in his third term as President. The small country lives on tourism and the production of bananas.

One day, María Bonita who is a gorgeous Mexican artist is invited by the President for his 60th birthday. She never imagined that she would be trapped forever in that island, nor that she will meet the love of her life, Jose Santos.

He is the illegitimate son of the president, who hates his father for not recognizing him as a son. Jose Santos promised to take revenge on his father, María will come between them.[1]

CastEdit

  • Adela Noriega – María Reinoso
  • Fernando Allende – Jose Santos Ramand
  • Julio Cesar Luna – Augustino Santos Yarzagaray
  • Juan Pablo Shuk – Rodrigo Santos
  • Flora Martínez – Imelda Santos
  • Margalida Castro – Libia Santos de Carvajales
  • Bruno Diaz – Calancho
  • Adriana Vera – Evita Santos
  • Robinson Diaz – Carlos Santos
  • Felipe Solano – Jose Rojas – Claudio Carvajales
  • Maria Eugenia Davila – La Maga
  • Iris Oyola – Adalgiza
  • Jorge Romero – Alirio
  • Cesar Mora – Jacinto Barba
  • Sandra Perez – Lupe
  • Jose Saldarriaga – Vicente Reinoso
  • Ana Maria Hoyos – Kathy Albarracin
  • Carmen Maria Torres – Tona

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ""María Bonita" (todotnv.com)". Archived from the original on 2017-11-30. Retrieved 2011-10-25.

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