Mi querida Isabel

Mi querida Isabel (English: My dear Isabel) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa.[1] This telenovela is a remake of the 1975 Mexican telenovela Paloma, original story by Marissa Garrido. It premiered on Canal de las Estrellas on December 9, 1996 and ended on April 25, 1997.

Mi querida Isabel
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byMarissa Garrido
Written byRené Muñoz
Ricardo Fiallega
Directed byAntulio Jiménez Pons
StarringKarla Álvarez
Ernesto Laguardia
Jacqueline Andere
Jorge Salinas
José Elías Moreno
Nuria Bages
Roberto Ballesteros
Theme music composerJosé Ramón Flórez
Opening themeMi querida Isabel by Kairo
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes98
Production
Executive producer(s)Angelli Nesma Medina
Producer(s)María de Jesús Arellano
Production location(s)Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyAntulio Jiménez Pons
Running time41-44 minutes
Production company(s)Televisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseDecember 9, 1996 (1996-12-09) –
April 25, 1997 (1997-04-25)
Chronology
Preceded byBendita mentira
Followed byGente Bien
Related showsPaloma (1975)
Muchacha de Barrio (1979-1980)
Felicita dove sei? (1985)
Amor de barrio (2015)

Karla Álvarez and Ernesto Laguardia starred as protagonists, while Jacqueline Andere starred as main antagonist.

PlotEdit

Isabel is a law student who takes home from the death of his mother. His father is an alcoholic lawyer, and his brother is a rebel who is only interested in music. Isabel is interested in the case of Sagrario, carrying prey years for a crime he swears he did not commit and decides to do everything possible to put it free.

CastEdit

  • Karla Álvarez as Isabel Rivas
  • Ernesto Laguardia as Luis Daniel Márquez Riquelme
  • Jacqueline Andere as Doña Clara Riquelme Vda. de Márquez
  • Jorge Salinas as Alejandro
  • José Elías Moreno as Manuel Rivas
  • Nuria Bages as Sagrario
  • Roberto Ballesteros as Federico
  • Roberto Blandón as Oscar
  • Carlos Bracho as Bernardo
  • Silvia Caos as Miguelina
  • Dacia González as Lupe
  • Dacia Arcaráz as Julia
  • Eduardo Liñán as Hugo del Real
  • Marina Marín as Irma
  • Patricia Martínez as Amanda
  • Juan Felipe Preciado as Rivero
  • Eduardo Noriega as Erasto
  • Yadira Santana as Aleida
  • Víctor Hugo Vieyra as Octavio Romero
  • Abraham Stavans as Medina
  • Ariadna Welter as Tita
  • Renata Flores as Endolina
  • Arlette Pacheco as Margarita
  • Vanessa Angers as Rosa
  • Silvia Campos as Mary
  • Mario Carballido as Rafael
  • Luis Gatica as Ricardo
  • Rafael Inclán as Pantaleón
  • Ernesto Godoy as Felipe
  • Mauricio Islas as Marcos Rivas
  • Mercedes Molto as Eugenia
  • Renée Varsi as Adela Márquez Riquelme
  • Abraham Ramos as Rolando
  • Indra Zuno as Leticia
  • Lino Martone as Aldo
  • Archie Lanfranco as Dr. Carlos
  • Carlos Peniche as Mecala
  • Eduardo Iduñate as Callejero
  • Julio Mannino as Jorge
  • Gustavo Rojo as Joaquín
  • Gabriel Soto as Juan
  • Maricruz Nájera as Jesusita
  • Alfonso Iturralde as Ernesto
  • Ismael Larrumbe as Pedro
  • Marco Antonio Calvillo as Cácaro
  • Octavio Menduet as Detective
  • Polly as Clara (young)
  • Guillermo Aguilar
  • Raúl Padilla "Chóforo"
  • Rodolfo Lago
  • Aída Naredo
  • Virginia Gimeno
  • Lupe Vázquez
  • Enrique Hidalgo
  • Ricardo Vera
  • Ana María de la Torre
  • Zamorita
  • Martín Barraza
  • Chuty Rodríguez
  • Raúl Castellanos
  • Jonathan Herrera
  • Milagros Rueda
  • Carmen Rodríguez
  • Tere Pave
  • Fabrizio Mercini
  • Paty Solorio
  • Mané Macedo
  • Daniela Garmendia
  • Manuel Cepeda
  • Enrique Borja Baena

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1998 16th TVyNovelas Awards Best Young Lead Actress Karla Álvarez Nominated
Best Leading Actress Jacqueline Andere Won

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mi querida Isabel" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on September 10, 2011. Retrieved March 17, 2016.

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