Muchacha italiana viene a casarse (1971 TV series)

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Muchacha italiana viene a casarse
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GenreTelenovela
Created by
Written byLuis Reyes de la Maza
Story byDelia González Márquez
Directed by
Starring
Opening theme"A dónde va nuestro amor" by Angélica María
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes209
Production
Executive producer(s)Ernesto Alonso
Production company(s)Televisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatBlack and white
Original release1971
Chronology
Related showsMuchacha italiana viene a casarse

Muchacha italiana viene a casarse (Italian girl comes to get married) is a 1971 Mexican telenovela by Televisa produced by Ernesto Alonso and directed by Alfredo Saldaña, starring Angélica María and Ricardo Blume. Writing credits belong to Delia González Marquez (original story), Fernanda Villeli (adaptation), Marissa Garrido (adaptation), Miguel Sabido (adaptation) and Carlos Lozano Dana (adaptation)

The series featured two theme songs: "A dónde va nuestro amor" and "Lo que sabemos del amor". Both songs were written by Eduardo Magallanes and performed by Angélica María.[1]

Plot[edit]

Valeria and Gianna Donatti lived happily in Naples with his father, until he suddenly gets ill and dies, then the sisters must travel to Mexico City to meet with Vittorio Maglione, the fiance to Valeria. Valeria and Vittorio have never been seen since their marriage was arranged by her parents; so the two have no idea have no idea of how they appear. Believing Valeia will never arrive, Vittoria (the impatient fool he is) stops waiting.

Valeria and Gianna are lost in the city, when they get robbed and are practically on the street, at nightfall the concierge of a luxury apartment complex gives them stay in her room, finally gives Valeria Vittorio disappointment but this is an old man and Valeria decides not to marry him and to survive looking for job cleaning departments and friend Hilda ago Gianna falls ill and the doctor says Valeria need expensive treatment, while Hilda commits suicide and leaves power Valeria a letter.

Valeria reads the letter and decides to use it against Juan Francisco de Castro to blackmail him and make him marry her to pay for treatment of his sister, as Juan Francisco was the lover Hilda, same portraying him as responsible for his suicide. Before reaching the life of Juan Francisco, Valeria finds work in a couple's house very good people, and Teresa Vicente, who become friends and recommend Valeria Castro home.

After working at Juan Francisco, Valeria holds its plan and likewise discovers the opposition and enmity of Mercedes grandmother, uncle Hector and the wife of this, apart from Elena and Joseph Butler sinister mansion knows all the secrets of the old Mercedes and becomes the same helper in the task of removing Valeria their lives, Dulce cook becomes the mainstay of Valeria addition to Fanny, a friend of the family who discovers Valeria is the result of a love he had when he was admitted to a school in Naples. While Juan Francisco lives by Valeria resentful toward blackmail, gradually discovers that Valeria is the love of his life. The same applies to Valeria, who stops seeing Juan Francisco as a stranger and goes really falling for him.

Main cast[edit]

Additional cast members[edit]

Martha Zavaleta, Alfonso Meza, Héctor Flores, Lucía Méndez, Susana Dosamantes, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Daniela Rosen, Atilio Marinelli, Héctor Gomez, Javier Ruan, Magda Guzmán and Hortensia Santoveña.

Original version[edit]

Remakes[edit]

There have been three further remakes of "Muchacha italiana viene a casarse", which are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "¿Qué fue de los protagonistas de 'Muchacha italiana viene a casarse'?". Tvnotas. January 13, 2013. Retrieved 2014-05-16.

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