Fabiola (telenovela)

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Genre Telenovela
Created by Delia Fiallo
Written by Ana Mercedes Escamez
Milagros del Valle
Directed by Édgar Liendo
Starring Alba Roversi
Guillermo Dávila
Theme music composer Rudy La Scala
Opening theme Fabiola by Guillermo Dávila
Country of origin Venezuela
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 164
Producer(s) Valentina Párraga
Production company(s) Venevisión
Distributor Venevisión International
Original network Venevisión
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release June 5, 1989 – February 9, 1990
Related shows Emilia (1979)

Fabiola (1989) is a Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión. An original story written by Delia Fiallo based on the radionovela Tu mundo y el mío, this version was adapted by Ana Mercedes Escamez and Milagros del Valle. The telenovela was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.[1]

Alba Roversi and Guillermo Dávila starred as the main protagonists.


Fabiola and her family suffer the disgrace of passing from a very wealthy life to that of total poverty, after her father’s death. Doing translations and giving lessons at home, Fabiola achieves to support her grandmother Maria Manuela, her sister Marian and her brother Alberto. This is how, one day, she ends up at Carlos Alberto Roman’s house, to give him, and his little sister, lessons. But, at the same time, she wins the friendship and acceptance of the whole family: father, mother, young daughter and specially, Carlos Alberto, who fall in love with her from the very beginning. But as a typical "playboy" he tries to take advantage of her, and discovers she is not that type of girl; so he decides to forget the whole thing for a while only to realize he is truly in love with her. He returns to Fabiola to ask her in marriage. This marriage will encounter several problems but a dramatic reconciliation will bring back the faith and happiness they deserve.[2]



  1. ^ "VENEVISION (1989), 164 capitulos Fabiola". vencor.narod. Retrieved 5 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Fabiola". seriesnow.com. Retrieved 5 February 2017. 

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