Niña amada mía (TV series)

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Niña amada mía
Niña amada mía.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Based onLas amazonas
by César Miguel Rondón
Written byJuan Carlos Alcalá
Screenplay byGabriela Ortigoza
Directed byAlfredo Gurrola
Creative director(s)Juan José Urbini
Starring
Music byJorge Avendaño
Opening theme"Niña amada mía" by Alejandro Fernández
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes109
Production
Executive producer(s)Angelli Nesma Medina
Producer(s)Ignacio Alarcón
CinematographyGilberto Macín
Editor(s)
  • Alfredo Juárez
  • Daniel Rentería
  • Octavio López
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production company(s)Televisa
DistributorTelevisa Internacional
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseJanuary 27 (2003-01-27) –
June 27, 2003 (2003-06-27)
Chronology
Preceded byAsí son ellas
Followed byVelo de novia
Related shows
External links
Website

Niña amada mía (English: My lovely girl) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa in 2003.[1] It's an adaptation of the 1985 Venezuelan telenovela Las Amazonas.

On Monday, January 27, 2003, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Niña amada mía weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing Así son ellas. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, June 27, 2003 with Velo de novia replacing it on Monday, June 30, 2003.

Karyme Lozano and Sergio Goyri starred as protagonists, Mayrin Villanueva, Otto Sirgo, Ludwika Paleta and Julio Mannino starred as co-protagonists, while the leading actor Eric del Castillo, Mercedes Molto and Juan Pablo Gamboa starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Clemente Soriano prides himself on his wealth, power and family. He has three beautiful daughters, a young, beautiful wife, and loyal servants. He believes that his daughters, Isabella, Diana, and Carolina, only deserve the best. However, past the mask of a loving father lays the man who will do anything to gain what he wants. Even murder.

Octavio Uriarte and his mother Socorro have been the enemies of Clemente, since the birth of his first daughter. Both Uriartes are convinced that Clemente killed Octavio's brother, Servando, to gain possession of his ranch "La Noria" and his wife Isabella. But only Paz, the faithful maid and nanny of Clemente's daughters, and Pascual, the foreman of "La Noria", know the truth of what really happened between Clemente and Servando 28 years ago.

Isabella, the eldest of Clemente's daughters, is her father's pride and joy. She is prideful, and is ruthless in business, just like her father. She loves her father, and believes that her father's new wife, Karina, is only interested in the wealth and power she gains from her marriage.

Isabella becomes engaged to Cesar the horse trainer in the Olympio, however she finds herself attracted to the new veterinarian Victor Izzaguirre. Victor Izaguirre, a well-known veterinarian who is not legally divorced from his estranged wife Consuelo, the mother of his two daughters: Ximena and Pili.

Because Isabella loves Victor, Karina decides to seduce him. Even though Victor loves Isabella very much, he falls in Karina's traps and Isabella, prideful like her father, refuses to hear him out and becomes engaged to Cesar once more. Isabella also has a parallel situation that has to do with her origins.

For her, it is painful to know the truth about her birth and her origin and she feels anger against Paz, her nanny, for having lied to her. In the end, Clemente accepts the truth in front of Isabella. Diana, the shyest of the sisters, returns home with a degree in architecture.

Without knowing her father's rivalry with Octavio Uriarte, she begins to work for his firm. Even after she finds out about the rivalry, she falls in love with Octavio, who used to be her professor when she studied architecture. At first, what separates the couple is the fact that they are from two rival families, and their age difference. The fact that Mauricio, protégé of Octavio, is also in love with Diana, adds up to the other two obstacles.

Even with all of these impediments, Diana gives herself to Octavio's love, but then realizes that the hate between the two families seems unsurmountable. Octavio, disillusioned with Diana, marries Mariana, his old girlfriend. But after so much impediments Diana and Octavio have a baby and end up together and engaged. Carolina, the youngest of the Soriano sisters, returns from her studies in the United States to rekindle her relationship with Rafael, a man who seems only interested in her fortune.

However, she ends up falling in love with Pablo, Paz's son, even though she had rejected and humiliated him because of his status and in the end they also end up engaged. Because he believes his daughters deserve better, Clemente destroys their love lives, and inadvertently distances them from himself. Without intention, Clemente becomes the villain of the story.

He receives what he deserves when his marriage is destroyed. He becomes isolated and rejected by his daughters, who are his most prized treasure. However, he recognizes all the errors he has made, accepts his daughters' lifestyle and romantic decisions and obtains forgiveness from them.

Cast[edit]

  • Karyme Lozano as Isabela Soriano Rivera
  • Sergio Goyri as Víctor Izaguirre
  • Mercedes Molto as Karina Sánchez de Soriano
  • Eric del Castillo as Clemente Soriano
  • Juan Pablo Gamboa as César Fábregas/Armando Sánchez
  • Otto Sirgo as Octavio Uriarte
  • Mayrín Villanueva as Diana Soriano Rivera
  • Ludwika Paleta as Carolina Soriano Rivera
  • Roberto Palazuelos as Rafael Rincón del Valle
  • Isaura Espinoza as Paz Guzmán de Criollo
  • Roberto Ballesteros as Melchor Arrieta
  • Antonio Medellín as Pascual Criollo
  • Socorro Bonilla as Casilda de Criollo
  • Eugenia Cauduro as Julia Moreno
  • Rafael del Villar as Pedro Landeta
  • Mariagna Prats as Painter Mariagna Prats
  • Luis Gatica as Jorge Esparza
  • Julio Mannino as Pablo Guzmán
  • Cecilia Gabriela as Consuelo Mendiola de Izaguirre
  • Emilia Carranza as Socorro de Uriarte
  • Norma Lazareno as Judith Alcázar de Rincón del Valle
  • Patricia Martínez as Trinidad "Trini" Osuna
  • Myrrah Saavedra as Gloria de Arrieta
  • Roberto D'Amico as Lic. Juan Hurtado
  • Arlette Pacheco as Zulema Contreras
  • Ricardo Vera as Lic. Arizmendi
  • Fernando Robles as Mr. Robles
  • Oscar Traven as Lic. Oscar Alvarado
  • Jan as Arq. Mauricio Barocio
  • Janina Hidalgo as Ángeles
  • Giovan D'Angelo as Arq. Edgar Toledo
  • Yuliana Peniche as Luz Arrieta
  • Jorge de Silva as Ringo
  • Bibelot Mansur as Sofía "Chofi" Juárez Peña de Landeta
  • Citalli Galindo as Dr. Susana Iturbide de Esparza
  • Raúl Magaña as Danilo Duarte
  • Oscar Ferreti as Horacio Rivero
  • José Antonio Ferral as Pedro
  • Ramiro Torres as Ignacio "Nacho" Fábregas Moreno
  • María Fernanda Rodríguez as Ximena Izaguirre Mendiola
  • Marijose Valverde as Pilar "Pili" Izaguirre Mendiola
  • Lucía Leyba as Beatriz "Betty"
  • Isaac Castro as José "Pepe" Mejía
  • Víctor Luis Zúñiga as Juanito
  • Víctor Noriega as Servando Uriarte
  • Marisol Santacruz as Isabela Lucía Rivera Vda. de Uriarte/de Soriano
  • Rafael Amador as Agent Gustavo Pérez
  • Sergio Sánchez as Agent Héctor Ibarra
  • Fidel Zerda as Santos
  • Rubén Morales as Teniente Manuel Arroyo
  • Jorge Pascual Rubio as Teniente Luis Ochoa
  • Florencia Ferret as Gladys
  • Polly as Lic. Ima Ibáñez
  • José Luis Avendaño
  • Francisco Avendaño
  • Rosángela Balbó
  • Maleni Morales
  • Amparo Garrido
  • Ismael Larumbe
  • Alejandra Meyer
  • Samuel Gallegos
  • Manuel Raviela
  • Héctor Ávila
  • María Elena Sandoval
  • Martha Ortiz
  • Martha Tirado
  • Ivonne Corona
  • Leopoldo Frances
  • Teodoro Acosta
  • José Alfredo Castillo
  • Cynthia Arvide
  • Cristana Garay

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2003 21st TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Angelli Nesma Medina Nominated
Best Actress Karyme Lozano
Best Actor Sergio Goyri
Best Antagonist Actress Mercedes Molto
Best Antagonist Actor Juan Pablo Gamboa
Best Supporting Actress Eugenia Cauduro Won
Best Leading Actress Emilia Carranza Nominated
Best Leading Actor Eric del Castillo
Best Female Revelation Mayrin Villanueva Won
Best Male Revelation Julio Mannino Nominated
Best Direction Alfredo Gurrola

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Niña amada mía" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 14, 2003. Retrieved May 23, 2016.

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