Alondra (telenovela)

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Alondra
Genre Telenovela
Created by Martha Carrillo
Roberto Hernández
Written by Yolanda Vargas Dulché (original story)
Directed by Monica Miguel
Miguel Córcega
Starring Gonzalo Vega
Ana Colchero
Ernesto Laguardia
Marga López
Opening theme Alondra by José Pablo Gamba
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 76
Production
Producer(s) Carla Estrada
Arturo Lorca (associated producer)
Cinematography Alejandro Frutos
Isabel Basurto
Broadcast
Original channel Televisa
Original run January 23, 1995 – September 1, 1995
Chronology
Preceded by El Vuelo del Aguila
Followed by Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma

Alondra is a Mexican telenovela shown in 1995, written by Yolanda Vargas Dulché and produced by Carla Estrada, This telenovela contains 76 episodes.

Ana Colchero, Ernesto Laguardia and Gonzalo Vega starred as the protagonists, while Beatriz Sheridan portrayed the main antagonist. Verónica Merchant, Fernando Colunga, Eric del Castillo, Marga López and Olivia Bucio also appeared.

Synopsis[edit]

After the death of Alondra's mother, her father Baldomero, who feels sad and lonely, brings his sister Loretto and her two kids, Maria Elisa and Rigoberto to live in his house, hoping that Loretto will replace a mother to Alondra. But he is mistaken. Loretto hates Alondra, as she reminds her of Alondra's mother who used to be an actress and whom Baldomero's family never accepted. Years go by, and Alondra grows up into a beautiful, rebellious girl, with very independent and progressive views for that time. Her constant fights with Loretto continue, but now she learned how to fight back.

In the meantime, Baldomero spends most of the time on his ranch in arms of his new love Carmelina, unaware of what's going on in his house. Loretto manages not only to make Alondra's life a living hell, but also the life of her own daughter Maria Elisa, shy and weak girl. She tries to force her in marrying a rich old man, while Maria Elisa is in love with a young officer Raul. To make things worse, Loretto's evil and ambitious son Rigoberto gets kicked out of a seminary and returns home, also torturing Alondra and Maria Elisa. Alondra meets a retired famous singer Leticia del Bosque. Leticia influences and advises Alondra, she suggests that Alondra goes on the ranch and tells everything to Baldomero. On Alondra's way to the ranch, she accidentally meets Bruno. They live a very passionate love, but later she discovers that he is married and has 2 children. Further more, on the ranch she finds out that her father is going to re-marry for the second time. Disappointed she returns home, where she finds that Maria Elisa is also upset, as she is pregnant and believes that Raul has abandoned her. Two girls decide to go to Mexico City in search for a better life, success and new love. In Mexico City, enterprising Alondra starts a flower business and meets a new suitor, Carlos. But her forbidden love for Bruno is not over yet...

Cast[edit]

Preceded by
El vuelo del aguila
Alondra
January 26, 1995 - September 1, 1995
Succeeded by
Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
1996 Premios TVyNovelas Best Lead Actor Ernesto Laguardia Nominated
Best Lead Actor Gonzalo Vega Nominated
Best First Actor Eric del Castillo Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Anahí Nominated
Best Story or Adaptation Yolanda Vargas Dulché Won
Best Costume Design Silvia Terán & Lorena Pérez Won
Best Co-star Actress Verónica Merchant Won

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