Acorralada

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Acorralada
Acorralada.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byAlberto Gómez
Directed by
  • Arquímedes Rivero
  • Yaky Ortega
  • Tito Rojas
Creative director(s)Raúl de la Nuez
Starring
Theme music composerÁngel Arce
Opening theme"Acorralada" by Ángel Arce
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes187
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Peter Tinoco
  • Ana Teresa Arismendi
Producer(s)Dulce Terán
CinematographyEduardo Dávila
Editor(s)Lissot Sánches
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production company(s)
Distributor
Release
Original networkUnivisión
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
First shown inUnited States
Original releaseJanuary 15 (2007-01-15) –
October 5, 2007 (2007-10-05)

Acorralada (Trapped) is an American telenovela produced by Venevisión. Univision aired Acorralada from January 2007 to October 2007 on weekday afternoons at 2 pm central. It was rebroadcast in late 2011 through April 2012 on Univision's sister network, Telefutura. It was filmed in Miami, Florida (USA), and lasted about 187 episodes. It is the second long-running telenovela that Venevisión Productions has produced without its former co-producer Fonovideo. Acorralada is the theme and another notable song "Eres Tu" written by Angel Arce and Jossel Calveiro.

It began airing in Venezuela on December 10, 2008 in the 11 pm timeslot on Venevisión and finished on July 25, 2009 with seven months of airing and being the most successful telenovela for its timeslot since La Fea Más Bella.

Venevision International released Acorralada on DVD in the United States on December 2, 2008, a week before its debut on Venezuelan television. The DVD set consists of three discs, and has a running time of 596 minutes. The show is heavily edited in order to fit into three discs. Neither Venevision nor Univision have plans to offer a more complete version.

The show has been broadcased in more than 50 countries.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Fedora Garcés (Sonya Smith) is a woman who had everything, a husband she loved, two small daughters and a perfume factory with which she and her family had a comfortable life. An ambitious and ruthless woman named Octavia Alarcón (Frances Ondiviela), out of sheer envy, snatched away everything she had.

Octavia's husband murdered the of husband Fedora and got Fedora to appear as the culprit of that murder. Octavia snatched her perfume factory, her fortune and snatched her daughters leaving Fedora locked in prison for that murder she did not commit.

The daughters of Fedora were given to an older woman who raised them by making them believe that they were her granddaughters by naming them Diana and Gaby. Octavia and her family, the Irazabal, became a rich and powerful family thanks to what Octavia stole from Fedora.

Years later Fedora is released by a pardon and begins to work like singer under the nickname of "La Gaviota", but with the idea to recover what they snatched away from her and get revenge on the Irazabal family.

Meanwhile, the daughters of Fedora, Diana (Alejandra Lazcano) and Gaby (Mariana Torres), who have grown up humbly with their adoptive grandmother, come to work at Octavia's house. Gaby as a servant and Diana as Octavia's mother-in-law's nurse. Their paths cross with the two sons of Octavia, Maximiliano (David Zepeda and Larry Irazabal (William Levy.

Gaby falls in love with Larry and Diana of Maximilian, two loves that, although they are reciprocated, are impossible by the obstacles that begun by Octavia and are owed to Gaviota.

Cast[edit]

Starring[edit]

Also starring[edit]

Recurring[edit]

  • Liannet Borrego as Nancy
  • Nelida Ponce as Miguelina Soriano
  • Gretel Trujillo as Isabel Dávila
  • Miguel Gutiérrez as Lic. Reynoso
  • Lucero Lazo as Doña Santa de Alarcón

Special guest stars[edit]

  • Héctor Soberón as Horacio Irázabal
  • Corina Azopardo as Judge Villagrande
  • Sebastián Ligarde as Licenciado Borges
  • Khotan as Gerardo
  • Andrés García Jr. as Álvaro Ferrer

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Acorralada" reconquista a los mexicanos". Todotnv.com. 5 June 2012. Retrieved 23 July 2017.

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