Juro Que Te Amo

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Juro Que Te Amo
Juro-que-te-amo.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byLiliana Abud
Written byGabriela Ortigoza
Antonio Abascal
Carlos Daniel González
Rossana Ruiz
Marimar Oliver
Directed byLily Garza
Mauricio Rodríguez
StarringAna Brenda Contreras
José Ron
Patricia Navidad
Alejandro Ávila
Alexis Ayala
Theme music composerDavid Bisbal
Opening themeJuro que te amo performed by David Bisbal
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes140
Production
Executive producer(s)Mapat L. de Zatarain
Producer(s)Marco Vinicio López de Zatarain
Production location(s)Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Mexico City, Mexico
Puerta del cielo, Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico
CinematographyÓscar Morales
Mauricio Manzano
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production company(s)Televisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseJuly 28, 2008 –
February 6, 2009
Chronology
Preceded byTormenta en el Paraiso
Followed byVerano de Amor
Related showsLos Parientes Pobres (1993)
External links
Website

Juro Que Te Amo (English title: Oath Of Love) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Mapat L. de Zatarain for Televisa in 2008..[1] It's a remake of Mexican telenovela 1993 Los Parientes Pobres. Telenovela is a domestic drama about a wealthy family who loses everything and finds that they were only liked for their money.

On July 28, 2008, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Juro Que Te Amo weekdays at 7:00pm, replacing Tormenta en el Paraiso. The last episode was broadcast on February 6, 2009 with Verano de Amor replacing it the following day.

Ana Brenda Contreras and José Ron starred as protagonists, Patricia Navidad and Alejandro Ávila starred as co-protagonists, while Alexis Ayala, Cecilia Gabriela, Marcelo Córdoba, Florencia del Saracho, Liliana Goret and Mariana Karr starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Violeta Madrigal is a beautiful girl who lives in a village with her parents, Amado and Antonia, and her brothers Julio and Daniel, and sister Lia. The family was the richest in town, but after losing their fortune they realized the hypocrisy of people who previously seemed to love and respect them. Justino Fregoso is the most powerful of the Madrigal family's former friends, who made his fortune through shady deals that ended the stability of the Copper Company, owned by the family Madrigal. This new situation benefits his wife Malena Fregoso, who enjoys their new rich position, and their daughter Mariela, who takes every opportunity to humiliate Violeta.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Joana Brito as Jesusa Ponciano
  • Hector Sáez as Toribo
  • Xavier Marc as Padre Basilo Herrera
  • José Elías Moreno as Rogelio Urbina
  • Natasha Dupeyrón as Rosalía "Lía" Madrigal Campero
  • Jessica Coch as Cristina de Urbina
  • Alberto Agnesi as Renato Lazcano Cassis
  • Imanol Landeta as Pablo Lazcano Cassis
  • Osvaldo de León as Rodrigo Charolet
  • Claudia Godinez as Celia
  • Adriano Zendejas as Daniel Madrigal Campero
  • Sury Sadai as Coralito
  • Graciela Bernarndos as Adelina
  • Cecilia Romo as Olvido
  • Lorely Mancilla as Candela
  • Roberto Miquel as Delfino
  • Ariane Pellicer as Janis
  • Antonio Escobar as Pantaleón
  • Lorena Álvarez as Adelaida Lacayo
  • Gerardo Murguía as Celestino Charolet

Special participation

  • Germán Gutiérrez as Dr. Alejandro Rangel
  • Kelchie Arizmendi as Irma
  • Luis José Santander as Amado Madrigal Pereira
  • Francisco Rubio as Claudio Balcázar
  • Lizzeta Romo as Florencia
  • María Marcela as Sara
  • Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo as Osciel
  • Alejandra Jurado as Chona
  • Sergio Mayer as Producer
  • Mónica Garza as Gracia Lacayo
  • Rocío Sobrado as Nurse
  • Marco Muñoz as Andrés

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2009 TVyNovelas Awards Best Actor Alejandro Avila Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor Alexis Ayala
Best Young Lead Actor José Ron

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Juro que te amo" (in Spanish). ecured.cu. Retrieved July 28, 2008.

External links[edit]