Muñeca Brava

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Muñeca Brava (Wild Angel;[2] lit. "Rough Doll") is an Argentine telenovela, produced by Telefe in 1998–1999. The television series was broadcast in more than 80 countries over the world,[3][4][5] enjoying high ratings.[6][7][8]

Muñeca Brava
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Created byEnrique Oscar Torres
Written byEnrique Oscar Torres
Directed byHernán Abrahamnsohn
Gaita Aragona
Víctor Stella
StarringNatalia Oreiro
Facundo Arana
Fernanda Mistral
Verónica Vieyra
Lydia Lamaison
Victoria Onetto
Norberto Díaz
Theme music composerPablo Durand
Fernando López Rossi
Opening themeCambio Dolor by Natalia Oreiro
Ending themeCambio Dolor by Natalia Oreiro
Country of originArgentina
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes270
Executive producerSusana Rudni
ProducerRaúl Lecouna
Production locationsBariloche, Argentina[1]
Buenos Aires, Argentina[1]
Florence, Italy[1]
Gualeguaychú, Entre Ríos, Argentina[1]
Ibiza, Spain
Rome, Italy[1]
CinematographyHugo Battitessa
EditorGabriel Simari
Running time60 Minutes
Original networkTelefe
Original releaseNovember 16, 1998 (1998-11-16) –
December 17, 1999 (1999-12-17)
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The show was written by Enrique Oscar Torres and directed by Hernán Abrahamsohn, Gaita Aragona and Víctor Stella.[9][10] The first episode was aired in Argentina on 10 October 1998 on channel Telefe.[11][12] The play was filmed mainly in Argentina (Buenos Aires). Though some of the episodes were filmed in Italy and Spain.[13] The programme is known for launching the international career of Natalia Oreiro.


The story revolves around Milagros and Ivo, two people who fall in love with each other in spite of the odds against them. It is a romantic comedy novela that also touches on issues of family, wealth, greed, deception, and most of all—love. Milagros was brought up in an orphanage when her mother died giving birth to her. She had no idea who her father was and spent all her years despising him for abandoning them.

She ends up becoming a house servant at the Di Carlo mansion when she turns 18, since she can no longer stay in the orphanage. In the mansion, she meets new friends, and people who treat her as family. But she also gains new foes who hate her for her tactless and feisty character. Most of all, she meets the love of her life, Ivo Di Carlo, the heir of the Di Carlo fortune. Theirs is a love-hate relationship, decorated with comedic antics they play on each other, and passion of their true love.

Ivo Di Carlo is a playboy, immature, and boastful. He has had everything handed to him on a silver platter. But he lacks the love of a father, as Federico Di Carlo makes him feel unwanted. Milagros, on the other hand, is religious, playful, and has a strong character. Their relationship survives many challenges, including issues that root from their parents' deceptive acts, secret love affairs, greediness, and ambition. As a playboy, Ivo also has several girls that go between him and Milagros, the most significant are Andrea, Florencia, and Pilar. Milagros also has flings of her own, she forges relationships with Pablo and Sergio.

At some points, the two even think they are siblings, as Federico Di Carlo is revealed to be Milagros' real father. However, it is also later revealed that Ivo is the son of Luisa Di Carlo's lover, Nestor Miranda. In the end, Ivo and Milagros survive the tests of their relationship and wed in front of the people they love.



Natalia OreiroEdit

  • Cambio dolor or Cambio Dolor (Pumpin' Dolls Pool Party Club Mix)
  • Me muero de amor
  • Vengo del mar
  • De tu Amor or De Tu Amor (Pumpin' Dolls Fashion Club Mix)
  • Uruguay
  • Se pego en mi piel
  • Sabrosito y dulzon
  • Y te vas conmigo
  • Fuiste original singing by Gilda, performance in Muñeca brava performed Oreiro
  • Nada mas que hablar
  • Que si que si or Que Si, Que Si (Little Corp Mix)


Rafaga performed by mostly at the disco party
  • La Luna y Tu
  • Maldito corazon
  • Mentirosa

Other musiciansEdit



  1. ^ a b c d e IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-11
  2. ^ IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  3. ^ CELEBSRATE Archived 2008-05-02 at the Wayback Machine This telenovela was broadcast in all Latin America, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, United States etc. Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  4. ^ IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  5. ^ Laguiatv Archived 2011-07-13 at Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  6. ^ ASKMEN Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  7. ^ Worldscreen Retrieved on 2007-12-11
  8. ^ IMDb For example in Poland the show was released on 29 May 2000, and re-released twice, on 2 September 2002 and again on 19 November 2004.
  9. ^ IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  10. ^ UNIVISION Archived 2008-06-11 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 2007-12-10
  11. ^ IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-12
  12. ^ Telefe Archived 2007-10-13 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 2007-12-12
  13. ^ IMDb Retrieved on 2007-12-12
  14. ^ es:Sebastián Miranda (actor)

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