Ojo por ojo

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Ojo por ojo
Ojo por ojo poster.jpg
Created by Original Story
Laura Restrepo
Adaptation an Screenplay
Gustavo Bolivar
Developed by RTI Producciones by
Telemundo Studios
Directed by Mario Mitrotti
Ramiro Meneses
Starring Gaby Espino
Miguel Varoni
Gregorio Pernía
Carmen Villalobos
Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco
Theme music composer Nicolas Uribe
Oliver Camargo
Jose Carlos Maria
Opening theme Mi Amor por Ti Performed by Salvatore Casandro
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 98
Production
Executive producer(s) Hugo León Ferrer
Producer(s) Jorge Sastoque Roa
Location(s) Bogota, Girardot, La Guajira
Editor(s) Jose Luis Varon O.
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 42 minutes
Release
Original network Telemundo
Picture format HDTV, 1080i
Original release December 14, 2010 (2010-12-14) – May 3, 2011 (2011-05-03)
External links
Website www.mun2.tv/shows/ojo-por-ojo/

Ojo por ojo, is a Spanish-language telenovela to be produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo and RTI Colombia.[1] From Gustavo Bolivar, the story is based on Laura Restrepo's novel, "El Leopardo al Sol" while borrowing some elements of William Shakespeare's " Romeo and Juliet ".

Telemundo was expected to air the serial from Monday to Friday over about 20 weeks.[citation needed] As with most of its other soap operas, the network broadcasts English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.[citation needed] However, and after very heavy promotional rotation, Telemundo opted for El Clon on the time slot originally allocated.

Cast[edit]

Actor Character(s)
Gaby Espino Alina Jericó de Monsalve
Miguel Varoni Nando Barragán
Gregorio Pernía Manny Monsalve
Carmen Villalobos Nadya Monsalve
Gonzalo García Vivanco Arcángel Barragan
Juan Carlos Vargas Frepe Monsalve
Marcelo Cezán Narciso Barragan
Óscar Priego Hugo Monsalbe
Ana Soler Mona Barragán
Oscar Borda Tin Puyua
Ramiro Meneses Fernely
Sara Corrales Karina Muñoz
Alberto Valdiri Lic. Miguel Mendez
Claudia Moreno Magdalena Barragán "La Muda"
Ines Oviedo Milena Montes
Hector Garcia Raca Barragan
Linda Baldrich Lorena Vivas
Karina Laverde Severina Barragán
Paula Barreto Melba Foucon
Natalia Giraldo Yomaira
Francisco Bolivar Marcos Barragan
Lucy Colombia Arias Roberta Caracola
Roberto Cano Adriano Monsalve
Julio del Mar Ito Monsalve
Julian Diaz Cachumbos
Emerson Yañez Simón Blaas
Jacob Isaza Diablo
Martha Restrepo Martha
Alejandra Lugo Marcela
Carla Ramírez Soledad Bracho
Jose Luis Paniagua Maelo
Herbert King Coronel Buitrago
Yeimy Ramirez Perla
Nini Pabon Monica
Valeria Chagui María
Carmen Delgado Doña Lupe
Ricardo Abarca Gustavo
Graciela Doring Doña Chavela

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