El amor tiene cara de mujer (1964–1971)

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Credited cast:
Delfy de Ortega ...
 Vanessa Lertó (1964-1971)
Angélica López Gamio ...
 Matilde (1964-1971)
Bárbara Mújica ...
 Marcela (1964-1971)
Iris Láinez ...
 Laura (1964-1971)
Claudia Lapacó ...
 (1964-1971)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Norma Alexander
Ricardo Aliaga
Arnaldo André
Jorge Barreiro
Martha Barrios
Ricardo Bauleo
Miguel Bebán
Rodolfo Bebán
Alicia Bellan
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One of the best soap operas!
2 February 2001 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

"El amor tiene cara de mujer" was a hit in the 60's.Written by Nene Cascallar and with an extraordinary cast: Barbara Mujica, Iris Lainez, Angelica Lopez Gamio,Claudia Lapaco and The most beautiful actress in Argentina, Delfy De Ortega as Vanesa Lerto.The story was just great and the performances too.Five women who shared their sadness and happiness in a soap opera focused on women feelings.Delfy De Ortega made an excellent performance with her beauty and professionalism.Nobody can forget her at"El amor tine cara de mujer"(Love looks like a woman face).Unforgettable!


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