Rosa salvaje

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Rosa salvaje
Rosa salvaje.jpg
Rosa García (Verónica Castro, left) and Ricardo and Rogelio Linares (Guillermo Capetillo, right)
Genre Telenovela
Created by
  • Carlos Romero
  • Gabriela Ortigoza
Written by
  • Dolores Ortega
  • Vivivan Pestalozzi
Story by
Directed by
Starring
Theme music composer José "Potro" Farías
Opening theme "Rosa salvaje" performed by Verónica Castro
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 199
Production
Executive producer(s) Valentín Pimstein
Producer(s) Angelli Nesma Medina
Cinematography Ernesto Arreola
Editor(s) Adrián Frutos
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Audio format Stereophonic
Original release July 6, 1987 (1987-07-06) – April 8, 1988 (1988-04-08)
Chronology
Preceded by El precio de la fama
Followed by El extraño retorno de Diana Salazar
Related shows

Rosa salvaje (English title: Wild Rose) (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈrosa salˈβaxe]; is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein for Televisa.[1] The telenovela premiered on Canal de las Estrellas on July 6, 1987 and ran for 199 episodes until April 8, 1988. This telenovela was a huge success in Mexico, Latin America, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Estonia, China the United States, Indonesia and provided the template for numerous other Latin American soap operas in terms of story, plot twists and characters for years to come.

Verónica Castro and Guillermo Capetillo starred as the protagonists, while Laura Zapata, Liliana Abud and Edith González starred as the antagonists. Edith González was later replaced by Felicia Mercado midway through the telenovela.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

  • Liliana Abud as Cándida Linares
  • Claudio Báez as Federico Robles
  • Armando Calvo as Sebastián
  • Josefina Escobedo as Felipa González
  • Edith González as Leonela Villarreal
  • Magda Guzmán as Tomasa Gonzalez
  • Alexandro Landero as Rigoberto Camacho Sánchez
  • Mariana Levy as Erlinda González
  • Irma Lozano as Paulette Montero de Mendizábal
  • Alberto Mayagoitia as Pablo Mendizábal
  • Gloria Morell as Eduvigez
  • Beatriz Ornellas as Caridad
  • Patricia Pereyra as Norma
  • Renata Flores as Leopoldina
  • Gastón Tuset as Roque Mendizábal
  • Antonio Valencia as Jaime
  • Liliana Weimer as Vanessa de Reynoso
  • Laura Zapata as Dulcina Linares
  • Rossana Cesarman as Celia
  • Eduardo Borja as Hilario
  • Arturo Guízar as Rufino
  • Ari Telch as Jorge Andueza
  • Carmen Cortés as Doña Filomena
  • Jorge Granillo as Palillo
  • Tito Livio Baccarin as Tito
  • Julio Andrés López as Périco
  • Adrián Martínez as Adrián "El Muelas"

Episodes[edit]

The following is a list of episodes published by Blim.[2] In the list of episodes are available only 11 episodes.[3]

No. Title Length
(minutes)
1 "Ricardo y Rosa" 61 min
Dulcina and Leopoldina want to get to jail for stealing Rosa plums, but could find a savior unlikely.
2 "Huir del sufrimiento" 62 min
Rosa has suffered greatly from the cruelty of the sisters of Ricardo, and decides to leave.
3 "Palabras de alcohol" 58 min
Rosa tries to deal with the insinuation of Dulcina. Did he married her without loving Ricardo ?.
4 "La confesión de Paulette" 62 min
5 "La hija de Cándida" 63 min
6 "Fuera de mi camino" 61 min
7 "La culpa del muñeco" 61 min
8 "Manzanillo" 62 min
9 "La trampa de Dulcina" 59 min
10 "Cada centavo" 62 min
11 "La oferta" 55 min

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1988 6th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year Valentín Pimstein Nominated
Best Actress Verónica Castro Won
Best Actor Guillermo Capetillo Nominated
Best Antagonist Actress Laura Zapata Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rosa Salvaje" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Retrieved February 1, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Blim, la televisión en la palma de tu mano". television.televisa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 April 2016. 
  3. ^ "Rosa salvaje, blim". blim.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 April 2016. (subscription required (help)). 

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