La Trepadora (TV series)

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La Trepadora
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Created byRicardo Hernández Anzola
Based onLa Trepadora
by Rómulo Gallegos
Written by
  • Ana Carolina López
  • Carmen García Vilar
  • Sergio Espluga
  • Gloria Soares
Directed byVicente Albarracín
Creative director(s)Ana Rosa Gallegos
Opening theme"Solamente tú" by Rommel Rodríguez
Country of originVenezuela
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes170
Executive producer(s)Jhony Pulido Mora
Producer(s)Mileyba Álvarez Barreto
Production location(s)Llanos, Venezuela
Editor(s)Carlos Briceño
DistributorRCTV International
Original networkRCTV
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseMarch 15 (2008-03-15) –
October 3, 2008 (2008-10-03)
Preceded byToda una dama
Followed byNadie me dirá como quererte

La Trepadora (English title:Passionate Revenge) is a 2008 Venezuelan telenovela produced by RCTV based on a novel of the same name written by Rómulo Gallegos in 1925.[1]

Norkys Batista and Jean Paul Leroux star as the main protagonists[2] with Emma Rabbe, Aroldo Betancourt and Ana Karina Casanova as the main antagonists.


Nicolás del Casal is a descendant of the former owners of Cantarrana, the hacienda where he is half uncle Hilario and his family have been living. Raised in Europe, he has returns to Venezuela to face his past and plans is to repossess the property which was taken from his father Louie del Casal. When he arrives in Venezuelan territory, he will meet Nicolas Guanipa Victoria, the daughter of Hilario Guanipa, his sworn enemy. Victoria is strong willed woman who lives to show the world she was born to lead. She is a naive woman who has grown up all her life in the security of the Cantarrana hacienda. Victoria is also the daughter of Hilario Guanipa, the bastard son of Jaime del Casal who will be the center of Nicolás' revenge. Hilario grew up with resentment towards his half brothers who always made him feel inferior to them and under the social prejudice of being an illegitimate child. Because of this resentment, Hilario became a ruthless man who fraudulently seized the Cantarrana hacienda, disregarding the rights of the legitimate heirs. His actions led to the suicide of Louie del Casal, his half-brother, who killed himself after being stripped of what was his and his family's.



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