The version of Claude Debussy's "The Girl With The Flaxen Hair" performed by Isao Tomita in his album "Snowflakes are dancing", was used in the show to create a mysterious and magical environment when Cristina (Graciela Mauri) behaved like her passed-away mother. See more »
I was six years old when this series was aired. Maybe the first of its kind (family soup operas featuring children as main cast), it was a dazzling success, perhaps from Graciela Mauri's talent (when she was 6 or 7) or because of the cast members who were in the hype back in the day. It used to be a Monday-to-Friday, 30-minute chapter and was re-released in the early 1980s, and has a remake in late 1990s called `Carita de Angel.' I have the impression it will never be aired again: it is awfully long (around 600 chapters!), but those who remember it, know for sure this was one of the Sara Garcia's latest performances and many actors/actresses who appeared in, have already passed away.
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