Anna Liza

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This article is about the 1980 series. For the 2013 series, see Annaliza.
Annaliza
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Anna Liza title card (1980–1985)
Genre Family, Drama
Written by Benjamin Viernes
Directed by Gil C. Soriano
Starring Julie Vega
Augusto Victa
Alicia Alonzo
Daria Ramirez
Opening theme "Le Messager"
Composer(s) Michel Legrand
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
Production
Producer(s) GMA Network
Running time 1 hour
Release
Original network GMA Radio-Television Arts
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original release February 4, 1980 (1980-02-04) – May 10, 1985 (1985-05-10)
Chronology
Related shows Annaliza (2013)

Anna Liza is a Philippine television series produced by GMA Network. It was also the network's very first soap opera in a primetime slot. Launched in 1980, the series received the attention of thousands of Filipinos—making it one of the most popular and well-loved drama series of all time. The series ended because of Julie Vega's sudden death, resulting in the serial having incomplete storyline. Shortly after Julie's death, reruns were aired from the beginning of the series and continue until January 3, 1986. It was replaced by Mirasol del Cielo.

In 2013, GMA Network's chief competitor, ABS-CBN remade Anna Liza after the rights of the said drama series was bought from its original director, Gil C. Soriano. Andrea Brillantes played the lead role.[1]

Plot[edit]

This is a heart-warming tale of a girl named Anna Liza, who has an immense capacity to touch and change the lives of everyone who crosses her path. She is poor and has suffered abuse but always stay positive throughout her struggles and trials, and is always civil and caring towards others even when she is tired, sad and in pain.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "ABS-CBN remakes classic GMA soap opera". Retrieved May 20, 2013. 

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