Toda mujer

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Toda Mujer is a 1999 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión.[3] An original story written by Pilar Romero, it stars Gabriela Vergara and Víctor Cámara as the main protagonists with Jean Carlo Simancas and Mimi Lazo acting as the main antagonists.

Toda Mujer
Created byPilar Romero
Directed byCarlos Izquierdo
Leonardo Galavis
StarringGabriela Vergara
Víctor Cámara
Jean Carlo Simancas
Mimi Lazo
Opening themeToda mujer by Karametade
Que Alguien Me Diga by Gilberto Santa Rosa[1]
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes131 [2]
Executive producersArnaldo Limansky
Dayán Coronado
ProducerDayan Coronado
Production locationCaracas
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorVenevisión International
Original networkVenevisión
Original release25 November 1999 (1999-11-25) –
4 April 2000 (2000-04-04)
Preceded byEl País de las mujeres
Followed byHechizo de Amor


Everything in Manuela Mendoza's life seems to be in perfect order. She is about to marry Ricardo Tariffi, an architect from a wealthy family. But when everything seems to be going well, Manuela will receive a very painful surprise. For the past 15 years, Ricardo has been living a double life. When he was 18, he had an affair with an older woman named Celia and they had a daughter Elizabeth who is now 14 years old. Ricardo doesn't have feelings for Celia, but he has never abandoned her because he was afraid of hurting his daughter. Ricardo has managed to hide his secret family from everyone, especially from his own conservative family who wouldn't understand why his relationship with a woman from a lower class.

Manuela discovers Ricardo's secret and is torn between leaving an unhappy life by leaving him or forgiveness. She chooses to forgive him. Now, she has to cope with having a teenage step-daughter while also facing the wrath of Celia who is still in love with Ricardo and does everything she can to make Manuela's life miserable. Manuela will try to focus her affection towards Elizabeth while trying to cope with her own repressed feelings about her own mother, a cold and selfish woman who never loved her and left her to be raised by her aunt and uncle.[4]



  1. ^ "Canción de la telenovela Toda Mujer". Archived from the original on 2013-05-20. Retrieved 2013-07-25.
  2. ^ "TODA MUJER". Archived from the original on 2013-07-25. Retrieved 2013-07-25.
  3. ^ VENEVISION (1999):Toda Mujer
  4. ^ Toda Mujer Archived 2009-02-21 at the Wayback Machine

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