Morena Clara (TV series)

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Morena Clara
Created byLigia Lezama
Written byMaria Antonieta Gomez
Juan Clemente Sanchez
Maria Gutierrez
Ruben Geller
Directed byJose Antonio Ferrara
Creative directorArquímedes Rivero
StarringAstrid Carolina Herrera
Luis José Santander
Alejandro Martínez
Carolina Cristancho
Gabriela Spanic
Theme music composerFrank Aguilar
Opening themeComo Olvidar by Karina
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes137
Executive producerAimara Escobar
ProducerSilvia Carnero
EditorCarlos Garcia
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyVenevisión
Original release
Release17 January (1994-01-17) –
2 August 1994 (1994-08-02)

Morena Clara is a Venezuelan telenovela created by Ligia Lezama and produced by Venevisión in 1993. The series was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.

Astrid Carolina Herrera[1] and Luis José Santander starred as the main protagonists with Alejandro Martínez, Gabriela Spanic and Henry Galue as the main antagonists.


Clara Rosa is the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy landowner in Santa Barbara del Zulia and a peasant named Rosalinda who was presumed dead from drowning in the river. Emiliano her father refused to recognize Clara Rosa as his child, and she grows up into a beautiful woman full of illusions. Her bitter and poor aunt Vincenta raised her up in the slums of Caracas together with her son and daughter. Due to their poor situation, Clara Rosa is forced to earn a living as a street peddler though she dreams of having a better life for herself. Meanwhile, Clara's father has become an important political figure, though his personal life is in shambles after his wife Montserrat leaves him for his political enemy Lisandro. Emiliano and his wife Eugenia have raised up his dead brother's sons as his own: Valentin and Francisco. Valentin meets Linda Prado who tricks him into marriage by getting pregnant. Clara Rosa and Valentin will meet after an uprising occurs in the city.[2]



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