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Rosangelica is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Alicia Barrios and produced by Venevisión. The telenovela is a free adaptation of María Teresa written by Delia Fiallo.

Created byDelia Fiallo
Written by
  • Alicia Barrios
  • Alberto Gómez
  • Henry Herrera
  • Abelardo Vidal
  • Carmen Afigne
Story byDelia Fiallo
Directed byMarcos Reyes Andrade
Creative directorArquímedes Rivero
Opening theme"Rosangélica" performed by Luis Fernando
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes125 [1]
Executive producerTahirí Díaz Acosta
ProducerMercedes Aňez
Production locationsCaracas, Venezuela
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production companyVenevisión
Original networkVenevisión
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseMarch 25 (1993-03-25) –
August 23, 1993 (1993-08-23)
RelatedPrimavera (1987)
Rosalinda (1999)

Sonya Smith and Víctor Cámara star as the main protagonists with Lupita Ferrer as the main antagonist.[2]


This is the story of Rosangelica and Oscar Eduardo whose love will be affected by secrets from the past. Twenty years ago, Rodolfo raped Gisele, his secretary. Out of fury over the incident, her husband Alberto murders Rodolfo. However, Gisele takes the blame for her husband's crime. Out of distress over the situation, she becomes mentally ill and is confined in a mental asylum. As a result of the rape, Gisele gives birth to Rosangelica.

Rosangelica grows up into a beautiful woman full of life and a talented artist. She meets Oscar Eduardo, a handsome doctor who later abandons her after discovering about her past. Just like her mother, Rosangelica is left pregnant and confined to an asylum for mental patients. Through a series of events, one of them involving a fire in the asylum, Rosangelica is presumed to be dead. However, she meets Joel, a fashion photographer who transforms her into a sensational model called Lorena Paris. As time passes by, Rosangelica will regain the memories she lost and find a second chance at love with Oscar Eduardo.[3]



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