Mga Mata ni Anghelita
|Mga Mata ni Anghelita|
|Created by||Ricardo Feliciano|
|Directed by||Gil Tejada, Jr.
|Starring||Krystal Reyes as Anghelita
|Theme music composer||Tata Betita|
|Opening theme||Nang Dahil Sa Iyo by Maricris Garcia|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Original language(s)||Filipino, Tagalog, English|
|No. of episodes||70|
|Executive producer(s)||Wilma Galvante|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original channel||GMA Network And Telemundo|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original run||July 2, 2007 – October 5, 2007|
The story revolves around that of a blind girl named Anghelita who was given the eyes of the Virgin Mary. But having her sight back, she will see what the world really is, filled with pain and sins. So, in search for her long lost mother, she will be instrumental in changing the lives of people along her way.
From the Mga Mata ni Anghelita episode page at the iGMA.tv site:
- "Miracles Happen"—July 2 to July 6, 2007
- "New Sight"—July 9 to July 13, 2007
- "Visions from the Virgin Mary"—July 16 to July 20, 2007
- "Healing Hands"—July 23 to July 27, 2007
- "The Supernatural"—July 30 to August 3, 2007
- "A Gift for Gabriel"—August 6 to August 10, 2007
- "Darkness Rising"—August 20 to August 24, 2007
- "Fireworks"—August 27 to August 31, 2007
- "War is Brewing"—September 10 to September 14, 2007
- "Surrender"—September 17 to September 21, 2007
- "Marriage of Light and Darkness"—September 24 to September 25, 2007
- "War of Good and Evil"—October 1 to October 5, 2007
Cast and crew
Cast and characters
- Krystal Reyes as Anghelita
- Sheryl Cruz as Magdalena
- Marvin Agustin as Gabriel / Angelo / Kuba
- Tonton Gutierrez as Mayor Carlos / Solca
- Paolo Contis as Martin
- Carmina Villaroel as Cristina Manresa
- Celia Rodriguez as Leticia Manresa / Rasfelina
- Mark Herras as Abel
- Isabel Oli as Teresa
- Lucy Torres-Gomez as Birheng Maria 
- Beth Tamayo as Linda
- Allan Paule as Marcelo
- Pen Medina as Father Joseph
- Yayo Aguila as Beth
- Tuesday Vargas as Selya
- Alynna Asistio as Lisa
- Jess Lapid Jr. as Major Alba
- Ryan Yllana as Bitong
- Joy Folloso as Adriana
- Martin Delos Reyes as Iboy
- Daniel Fernando as Isaac
- Robert Ortega as Luis
- Eula Valdez as Bernice
- Alicia Mayer as Delilah
- Isabella De Leon as Rhoda
- Jewel Mische as Madel
- Prince Stefan as Gener
- Renz Juan as Ivy
- Arnel Ignacio as Manager / Madam
- Ian Veneracion as Tiklawin / Mercus
- Francis Magundayao as Joshua
- Brainstormers: Denoy Navarro-Punio and Dode Cruz
- Writers: Adrian Ho, Abi Lam and Vien Ello
- Head Writer: Benedict Migue
- Creative Consultants: Jun Lana
- Executive Producer: Mona Coles-Mayuga
- Production Manager: Ramil L. David
- Executive-in-charge of Creative: Annette Gozon-Abrogar
- Executive-in-charge of Production: Wilma Galvante
- Directed by: Gil Tejada Jr. and Khryss Adalia
Mga Mata ni Angelita was written by Ricardo Feliciano and became a number one hit radio drama from 1974 to 1978. It was made into a film by Larry Santiago Productions and catapulted Julie Vega into fame.
The film was a phenomenal hit when it premiered in 1978, mainly because of its big name stars such as Ramon Revilla, Helen Gamboa, Dolphy, Vilma Santos, Nora Aunor, Fernando Poe Jr., Christopher De Leon, Alma Moreno, Rez Cortez, Paquito Diaz, and Eddie Rodriguez, to name a few.
1726 (Heritage) Santa Rita de Casia Parish Church
The heritage Church is under the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Fernando.
Sta. Rita Church was the featured spot in this movie and the famous MariMar (Philippines TV series). (Sta. Rita Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Zoning Ordinance Years 2009-2013)
|Country||TV Network||Local Title|
|Mexico||Televisa - Canal de las Estrellas||Los ojos de Angelita|
- GMA-7 to serialize "Mga Mata ni Angelita" of the late Julie Vega, pep.ph, n.d. Accessed last May 12, 2007.
- Mata ni Angelita, Mga, imdb.com, n.d. Accessed last May 12, 2007.
- "Mga Mata ni Anghelita - Episodes", iGMA.tv, n.d. Accessed last September 21, 2007.
- Lucy Torres-Gomez plays Virgin Mary in Mga Mata ni Angelita, pep.ph, n.d. Accessed last June 15, 2007.
- Julie Vega comes ‘alive’, journal.com.ph, n.d. Accessed last June 27, 2007.