|Directed by||Albino Corrales
|Theme music composer||José Antonio "Potro" Farías|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||358|
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Original run||January 19, 1989 – May 11, 1990|
|Preceded by||Dias Sin Luna|
|Followed by||Un Rostro En Mi Pasado|
Carrusel (Spanish pronunciation: [karuˈsel]) is a Mexican telenovela based in the Argentinean original Jacinta Pichimahuida, produced by and first broadcast on Televisa in 1989. It covers daily life in a Mexican elementary school and the children's relationships with a charismatic teacher named Jimena (Gabriela Rivero). Among other plot devices, it deals with the differences between the upper and lower classes of Mexican society — specifically as seen in a romantic relationship between Cirilo, a poor black boy (played by Pedro Javier Viveros), and a spoiled rich girl, Maria Joaquina Villaseñor (played by Ludwika Paleta).
Carrossel (Portuguese name) is also telecast in Brazil. First shown in 1991, it reached an audience of 20 million. The actress who portrayed the teacher, Gabriela Rivero, became well known there. A Brazilian remake named Carrossel was released in 2012.
Carrusel was renamed to Harmony of Angels 천사들의 합창 (Korean name). It was broadcast on KBS 2 in 1990 and 1991. It was dubbed since most of audience were young kids. It was a very popular drama in South Korea.
- Gabriela Rivero, a professora Helena de "Carrossel", elegeria a atriz Flávia Monteiro como sua substituta no remake do SBT 
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