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 Clara (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Juan Manuel (32 episodes, 1975)
Raúl Rossi ...
 Joaquín (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Elena (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Cristina (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Dr. Castillo (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Marilí (32 episodes, 1975)
Antuco Telesca ...
 Bernjamín (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Angélica (32 episodes, 1975)
Paquita Más ...
 Amparo (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Kelo (32 episodes, 1975)
Pablo Codevila ...
 Mitaí (32 episodes, 1975)
Marta Gam ...
 Asunción (32 episodes, 1975)
Blanca Lagrotta ...
 Iris (32 episodes, 1975)
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 Yolanda (32 episodes, 1975)
Noemí del Castillo ...
 Clotilde (32 episodes, 1975)
Marita Battaglia ...
 Otilia (32 episodes, 1975)
María Eugenia Daguerre ...
 Señora Matienzo (32 episodes, 1975)
Mario Giusti ...
 Matías (32 episodes, 1975)
Marta Albertini ...
 Idelma (32 episodes, 1975)
Julio César Barton ...
 Himself / ... (29 episodes, 1975)
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Piel Naranja
3 February 2005 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

It was the best soap opera I have ever seen. It was played every Friday at 10 PM and lasted until 11.45 by channel 13 of Argentinian TV. The number of chapters was between 30 and 35. Unlike all the other TV movies, it did not have a happy end. The actors were great, so was the story. It was the last performance of Marilina Ross before she went on exile to Spain, and before preferring to become a singer instead of an actress. It was the first important performance for Arnaldo Andre, a Paraguayan actor who still plays in some of the most important "telenovelas" in Altin America. If I had the chance, I would buy all the episodes. I would like to watch at this screenplay again, even if they are recorded in black and white and the scenes so poor! This is a piece of the history of Argentinian TV. I hope it will be soon available.


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