Juana la virgen
Juana la Virgen is Venezuelan telenovela written by Perla Farias (writer) and Irene Calcano (scripts) Cristina Policastro (scripts) Basilio Alvarez (scripts), German Aponte (scripts) and Julio Cesar Marmol Jr. (scripts) and directed by Perla Farias and Tony Rodrigues. It is distributed by RCTV International all over the world.
The theme song, "Solo a Tu Lado Quiero Vivir", is sung by Jyve V.
17-year old Juana Perez (played by Daniela Alvarado) gets pregnant by artificial insemination due to hospital error. The father of the baby is found to be Mauricio de la Vega (played by Ricardo Alamo). When Mauricio finds out that he's going to have a baby, he starts to fall in love with Juana despite the fact that he is still married to Carlota Vivas (played by Roxana Diaz). Carlota tries everything possible to keep Mauricio and Juana separated.
Francisco Rojas (played by Saul Marin) disappears during Positivo magazine's party. Rogelio Vivas tries to make people think Mauricio has something to do with the disappearing. Mauricio and Juana escape to the mountains but Rogelio and Carlota start looking for them and finally find Mauricio and Juana with a new-born child.
Daniela Alvarado as Juana Perez
Ricardo Alamo as Mauricio de la Vega
Roxana Diaz as Carlota Vivas de la Vega
Juan Carlos Alarcon as Manuel "Manolito" Ramon Perez
Jonathan Montenegro as David
Maria Alejandra Martin as Ana Maria Perez
Eliana Lopez as Enriqueta
Leonardo Marrero as Alfredo Vivas
Miguel Ferrari as Armando
Manuel Salazar as Salvador
Flor Elena Gonzalez as Amparo de Vivas
Freddy Galavis as Pablo "Popeye"
Aura Rivas as Azucena de Perez
Saul Marin as Francisco Rojas
Luis Gerardo Nunez as Alfonso
Norkys Batista as Desiree de Rojas
Eduardo Serrano as Rogelio Vivas
In other languages
Finnish: Ihmeiden aika (Time of Miracles)
Portuguese (Brazil): Joana, A Virgem
Czech: Juanin zazrak
Slovak: Juanin zazrak
Russian: DEVSTVENNITSA (Virgin)
Hindi: Ek Ladki Anjaani Si
Indonesian: Keajaiban Juana
Coral - Juana la Virgen
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