Inés Duarte, secretaria

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Inés Duarte, Secretaria
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Genre Telenovela
Written by Alicia Barrios
Directed by Ramon Tovar
Rafael Gomez
Starring
Opening theme "Todo es un Circulo" by Melissa
Country of origin Venezuela
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 238
Production
Producer(s) Arquimedes Rivero
Broadcast
Original channel Venevisión
Original run November 1, 1990 – October 28, 1991

Ines Duarte, Secretaria (1991) is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venevisión. It was written by Alicia Barrios and directed by Ramon Tovar. This telenovela lasted 238 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International. Amanda Gutierrez and Víctor Cámara starred as the main protagonists.[1]

Synopsis[edit]

Ines Duarte is the kind of secretary that every executive dreams of: efficient, intelligent, dedicated and dependable. As a woman, however, Ines is mousy, drab and insignificant. The victim of an overbearing, overprotective mother, she has grown up with very low self-esteem and little interest in making herself attractive to men. For her boss, Andres Martan, a young millionaire in charge of a giant corporation, Ines is an indispensable employee but nothing more. A bitter and selfish widower with three children, Andres is too busy dealing with personal and professional problems to notice that Ines's loyalty is in reality a deep secret love, and that making him happy is her only goal in life. To achieve this goal, Ines must endure many ordeals and injustices.... and experiences an astonishing metamorphosis that will, finally, make her the woman Andres truly wants. Emotion, suspense, exciting plot twists and unexpected events make the story of Ines Duarte, Secretaria, an unforgettable one. Its excellent production and outstanding cast are guaranteed to turn this successful Venezuelan novel into an instant international hit.

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The theme songs

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