Mi pequeña Soledad

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Mi pequeña Soledad ("My little Soledad")
Veronica Castro Mi Peque.jpg
Directed by Beatriz Sheridan
Produced by José Alberto Castro
Verónica Castro
Angelli Nesma Medina
Written by

Jorge Lozano Soriano (original story)
Marissa Garrido &

René Muñoz (adaptation)
Starring Verónica Castro,
Omar Fierro
Rosa María Bianchi
Music by Eduardo Magallanes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish
Original channel Televisa
Release date 1990 (1990)
Original run May 14, 1990  – December 21, 1990

Mi pequeña Soledad is a Mexican telenovela. It was produced by Televisa and broadcast in Mexico's Canal de las Estrellas from May 14, 1990 to December 21, 1990.

Plot[edit]

Isadora is the victim of a rape at a young age and the product of that rape, Soledad. As a young girl, Isadora is voted to become the Silver Queen in Taxco, a Mexican village known for its silver handicrafts. Don Manuel, Isadora's Father is proud that his daughter is about to marry a respectable young man, José Luis. The troubles with her last boyfriend, Gerardo are finally buried in the past. The night before the coronation, in an act of jealousy, Gerardo rapes Isadora. For weeks Isadora refuses to tell anyone, but because of the strong love and trust she feels for José Luis, she can no longer hide the truth and decides to tell him. Just before the wedding, Gerardo confronts José Luis and intentionally provokes a terrible fight. Isadora fears something terrible has happened when he doesn't arrive at the church. Hours later, José Luis is found stabbed to death. Isadora's hopes and dreams are shattered when she learns of José Luis's death. Isadora is carrying Gerardo's child, and her stepmother Piedad is terrified this will force Gerardo to marry her. For years she has hoped Gerardo would forget Isadora, but ever since she married Isadora's father, she's been jealous of his beautiful daughter and felt victorious when Gerardo became her secret lover. Piedad decides to get rid of the child at the first opportunity. Isadora decides to move to the big city in hopes of finding her daughter and starting a new life for herself. Several years later, Soledad has grown into a kind and beautiful woman who looks exactly like her mother. Fate will bring them together as Soledad moves to the city. Isadora and Soledad...two parallel lives... the story of a mother and daughter who long to reunite someday.

Cast[edit]

(in credits order)

  • Verónica Castro ... Isadora Fernández de Villaseñor/Soledad Contreras
  • Omar Fierro ... Carlos
  • Salvador Pineda ... Gerardo
  • Antonio De Carlo ... Jose Luis
  • Angélica Rivera ... Marisa
  • Paola Ochoa ... Malu
  • Roberto Ballesteros ... Mateo
  • Rosa María Bianchi ... Piedad
  • July Furlong ... Natalia
  • Carlos Bracho ... Hernán
  • Elsa Cárdenas ... Bárbara
  • Silvia Caos ... Elodia
  • Orlando Carrió ... Fernando
  • Mapita Cortés ... Blanquita
  • Gabriela Goldsmith ... Ana Silvia
  • Alicia Fahr ... Lidia
  • Daniela Leites
  • Ana Bertha Lepe ... Lolita
  • Rafael Rojas ... Lalo
  • Roxana Saucedo ... Sirena
  • Juan Carlos Serrán ... Sebastián
  • Damián Alcázar
  • Arturo Alegro
  • Edmundo Arizpe ... Gerente
  • Alexis Ayala
  • Rafael Baledón ... Don Manuel Villaseñor (1990)
  • Socorro Bonilla
  • Aurora Cortés
  • Rolando de Castro
  • Alicia del Lago ... Pura
  • Javier Díaz Dueñas
  • José Antonio Ferral
  • Laura Flores ... Dulce María
  • Cecilia Gabriela
  • Alberto González ... Ernesto
  • Javier Herranz ... Guido
  • Cynthia Klitbo
  • Norma Lazareno ... Yolanda
  • Alexandra Loretto ... Josefina
  • Raúl Macías
  • Erika Magnus ... Carmelita
  • Carlos Marvez
  • Pablo Montero ... Sacerdote
  • Rubén Morales ... Alberto
  • René Muñoz ... Gaetano
  • Aída Naredo
  • Armando Palomo
  • Ricardo Pal ... Mario
  • Juan Felipe Preciado
  • Lucero Reynoso
  • Ernesto Rivas ... Fay
  • Mario Sauret
  • Sergio Sendel
  • Karen Sentíes ... Empleada
  • Pilar Souza
  • Óscar Vallejo ... Niño Acapulco
  • Juan Zaizar ... Empleado
  • Lupita Zamora
  • Marta Zamora
  • Rolando Zamora

Theme song[edit]


Preceded by
Cuando llega el amor
Mi Pequeña Soledad
May 14, 1990 - December 21, 1990
Succeeded by
Cadenas de Amargura

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