Daniela (2002 TV series)

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Daniela
Created byPablo Serra
Erika Johnson
Developed byTelemundo
Argos Comunicación
Directed byJavier Patron
StarringLitzy
Rodrigo De la Rosa
Osvaldo Benavides
Theme music composerKike Santander
Opening theme"Sobrevivire" performed by Litzy
Country of originUnited States
Mexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes120
Production
Executive producer(s)Carlos Rene Espinosa
Producer(s)Carlos Payán
Epigmenio Ibarra
Production location(s)Mexico
Editor(s)Perla Martinez
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time42–45 minutes
Release
Original networkTelemundo
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseMay 6 –
October 18, 2002
Chronology
Preceded byLa Guerra de las Rosas
Followed byPedro El Escamoso
External links
Website

Daniela is a Spanish-language telenovela television series produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo and the Mexican production company Argos Comunicacion. This limited-run series ran for 120 episodes from May 6 to October 18, 2002.[1] Daniela was aired in eleven countries around the world.[citation needed]

Cast[edit]

  • Litzy as Daniela Gamboa
  • Rodrigo de la Rosa as Mauricio Lavalle
  • Osvaldo Benavides as Andres Miranda
  • Ximena Rubio as Paola Arango
  • Marta Zamora as Enriqueta Montijo De Gamboa
  • Rene Gatica as Poncho Gamboa
  • Pilar Mata as Laura Arango
  • Marco Treviño as Osvaldo
  • Elizabeth Guindi as Regina Lavalle
  • Luis Cardenas as Federico Arango
  • Socorro de la Campa
  • Teresa Tuccio as Gabriela Arango
  • Magali Boysselle as Maria Elena 'La Nena'
  • Masha Kostiurina as Marylin Gamboa
  • Alexandra de la Mora as Roger Gamboa / Renata Vogel
  • Gustavo Navarro as Larry Campbell
  • Alma Frether as Camila Lavalle
  • Tara Parra as Chelito Gamboa
  • Lucha Moreno
  • Claudia Irobo
  • Armando Pascual
  • Roberto Escobar as Armando Lavalle
  • Elvira Monsell as Isabel Miranda

International release[edit]

  • ABS-CBN aired between 2002–2003 in Philippines.
  • Tedi Tv passed in 2002–2003 in Angola
  • Indosiar aired this telenovela on the mid of 2004 as the morning show, and the rerun was aired in the mid of 2008 as midnight show, in Indonesia.
  • RTV Pink started to air this telenovela on October 7, 2009 and MHC on October 17, 2011 in Serbia.
  • Al Sumaria started to air this telenovela in October, 2011 in Iraq. The telenovela is dubbed in Iraqi Arabic.
  • OTV started to air this telenovela in December, 2013 in Lebanon. The telenovela is dubbed in Lebanese Arabic.
  • MBC aired this telenovela in 2014 on MBC2 and rebroadcast on Cine 12 in Mauritius. The telenovela is dubbed in French

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