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La Viuda de Blanco


La Viuda de Blanco (Widow in White) is a 1996 Colombian telenovela hit which starred Osvaldo Rios, Maria Helena Doehring, Jorge Enrique Abello, and Yolandita Monge. Its remake, titled the same, premiered on July 24, 2006 on Telemundo. Both versions (the remake including mostly Mexican actors) were produced by Telemundo Studios Miami. The 1996 version was broadcast between 1996 and 2000 in Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Spain, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Ukraine The Philippines and Azerbaijan.

Plot

A mysterious woman arrives in the town of Trinidad looking for her past. After years of imprisonment for a crime she did not commit, the beautiful widow Alicia Guardiola returns to claim her twin boys, who are being raised by their grandmother, the feared and respected Perfecta Albarracin. Perfecta has no intention of giving up her grandchildren without a fight, and enlists her son, the handsome Sebastian Blanco, to help her. On opposite sides of a battle to claim two precocious boys who share dreams and magical powers, Alicia and Sebastian find themselves falling in love, without even suspecting the dark consequences a relationship between them will bring. The following soap opera to follow is.

1996 Production Credits

Executive Producer:

*Aurelio Valcarcel Carrol

Writing credits:

*Julio Jimenez (story)

*Raquel Pasmino (script)

Producer(s)

*Omar Espina (field producer)

*Hugo Leon Ferrer (General Producer)

*Martha Godoy (producer)

*Oscar Guarin (producer)

Original Music

Miguel De Narvaez

Cinematographers

*Pedro Franco

*Carlos Sierra

Film Editior

*Alba Merchan Hamann

Casting Director

*Humberto Rivera

Art Director

*Lotti Haegger (credited as Lotti Haeger)

Set Decoratiors

*Piedad Arango

*Javier Caro

Costume Design by

*Jairo Teheran

Makeup Department

Assistant Makeup Artist

*Socorro Avila

Makeup Designer

*Jorge Paredes

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Assistant Directors

*Luis Orjuela

*Ricardo Suarez

Alexandra Galindo (Second Assistant Director)

Art Department

Set Decorating Coordinators:

*Carlos Aguilar

*Aurelio Alfaro

Assistant Set Decorator:

*Patricia Hoyos

Property Master

*Miguel Landines

*Ricardo Montanez

Graphic Designer

*Orlando Leon

Sound Department

Music Editor

*Hector Cardona Jr.

Sound Assistant

*Jaime Oswaldo Diaz

Sound

*Fernando Gonzalez

*Eduardo Mogollon

*Jose Pirela (credited as Jose D. Pirela)

Recording Supervisor

*Nestor Vanegas

Other crew

Production Assistant

*Alejandro Calvo

Lighting Technicians

*Pedro Acero

*Marco Amarillo

*William Aponte

*Gustavo Garay

*Pedro Fajardo

*Javier Garzon

*Jose Santana

*Jesus Sierra

*Alfredo Zamudio

Engineers

*Alvaro Amaya

*Ernesto Buitrago

*Manuel Guzman

*Orlando Pena

Video Operators

*Hernan Barrios

*Julio Boria

Sound Assistants

*Jorge Chiribi

*Rafael Cuesta

Camera Operators

*Cesar Contreras

*Hildebrando Cordero

*Jaime Mendez

Coordinators

*Ricardo Diaz

Assistant Camera

*Fabio Antonio Esquivel

*Jose Martinez

*Ricardo Ortega

*Jhon Pineda

Costume Designs Assistants

*Maibeth Flores Chiquillo

*Francy Cardona

Video Tape Editors

*Humberto Guevara

*Miguel Guevara

*Jose Manuel Jaimes

*Jose Ignacio Rico

Traffic

*Dora Lozada

*Henry Palma

*Jose Luis Sanabria

*Nelson Sanchez

Technical Director

*Humberto Perdomo

Camera Operators

*Gustavo Poveda

*Gustavo Restrepo

*Hernando Tabares

*Daniel Vargas

Wardrobe Coordinator

*Raul Sanchez

Electrician

*Carlos Segura

2006 Production Credits

Directed by

*Luis Manzo

*Leonardo Galavis

*David Posada

Writing credits

*Julio Jimenez

Produced by

*Alicia Avila .... general producer

*Aurelio Valcarcel Carrol .... executive producer

Other crew

Jimmy jib Operator

*Jesus Marcano

Gaffer

*Carlos Osterling

Set Medic

*Kelly Farrell

1996 Cast

Osvaldo Rios as Diego Blanco Albarracin

Maria Helena Doehring as Alicia Guardiola vda. de Blanco (as Ma. Elena Doering)

Yolandita Monge as Hayde Blanco Albarracin

Jorge Enrique Abello as Dr. Dimas Pantoja

Consuelo Luzardo as Dona Perfecta Albarracin vda. de Blanco

Alvaro Bayona as Laurentino Urbina

Ana Maria Hoyos as Iluminada Urbina (I)

Leonor Gonzales Mina as Blasina (as Leonor Gonzalez Mina)

Julio del Mar as Don Justino Brinion (as Julio del Mar)

Mateo Rudas as Duban Blanco Guardiola

Santiago Rudas as Felipe Blanco Guardiola

Gerardo Calero as Hipolito Revoyo

Daniel Ariza as Megateo

Ana Mojica as Profesora Judith Cuestas

Sandra Perez as Valeria Sandoval

Juan Sebastian Aragon as Fabio Juster Brinion (uncredited)

Leonor Arango (uncredited)

Roberto Cano as Ricardo (uncredited)

Tania Falquez as Iluminada Urbina (II) (uncredited)

Julio Medina as (uncredited)

Danilo Santos as Amador Blanco Albarracin (uncredited)

2006 Cast

Francisco Gattorno as Sebastian Blanco

Itati Cantoral as Alicia Guardiola

Alejandro Felipe as Duvan Blanco / Felipe Blanco

Flavio Caballero as Justino Brinion

Eduardo Ibarrola as Laurentino Urbina

Rodolfo Jimenez as Comandante Pablo Rios

Michelle Jones as Teresa

Jeannette Lehr as Profesora Judith Cuestas

Zharick Leon as Illuminada Urbina

Zully Montero as Dona Perfecta Albarracin

Pedro Moreno as Querubin

Lilibeth Morillo as Haydee Blanco (Episodes 1 - 138)

Martha Pabon as Ofelia

Michelle Vargas as Valeria

Martin Karpan as Amador Blanco

Carlos Garin as Gonzalez

External links

Telemundo International La Viuda de Blanco page

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