Yacaranday

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Yacaranday
Created by Patricia Romani
Developed by Azteca
Directed by José Acosta
Alejandro Caballero
José Caballero Betanzos
Starring Aylin Mujica
Jorge Luis Pila
Theme music composer Alejandro Cruickshank
Alejandro Zepeda
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
Production
Executive producer(s) Juan David Burns
Elisa Salinas
Producer(s) Alejandro Gavira
Gustavo Gavira
Location(s) Mexico City
Editor(s) Víctor Hugo Flores
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 42 minutes
Release
Original network Azteca 13/Azteca America
Original release Mexico
1999
Chronology
Related shows Las Dos Dianas (Venezuela, 1992)

Yacaranday is a Mexican telenovela by TV Azteca. It premiered in 1999. The protagonists are Aylin Mujica and Jorge Luis Pila.

Cast[edit]

  • Aylín Mújica ... Yacaranday
  • Jorge Luis Pila ... Adrián
  • Claudio Obregón ... Don Eugenio
  • Martha Verduzco ... Mercedes
  • Carmen Delgado ... Cecilia
  • Monserrat Ontiveros ... Rosaura
  • Fabiana Perzabal ... Berenice
  • Jaime Padilla ... Rani
  • Roberto Cobo ... Tata Tomás
  • Farnesio de Bernal ... Don Luis
  • Paloma Woolrich ... Catalina
  • Arturo Ríos ... Omar
  • Claudia Lobo ... Laura
  • René Gatica ... Teodoro
  • Víctor Huggo Martin ... Juan Santiago
  • Evangelina Sosa ... Margarita
  • Marta Zamora ... Leonor
  • Myrrah Saavedra ... Otilia
  • Claudette Maillé ... Marcela
  • Abel Woolrich ... Lucio
  • Carlos Cobos ... Padre Domingo
  • Guillermo Iván ... Timoteo
  • Úrsula Murayama

Crew[edit]

Creator Jose Ignacio Cabrujas
Adaptation and Screenplay Eric Vonn
General Producer Rafael Uriostegui

References[edit]