A brave, poor young girl is welcomed into a rich family and develops a romance with their misogynist youngest son, driving a woman already in love with him to go to great lengths to destroy their relationship.
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A mexican telenovela TV show about a romantic story between Esmeralda Rosales and Jose Armando Peñnareal. Esmeralda is a blind and very poor young girl living in a shack with her stepmother... See full summary »
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Guillermo García Cantú
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The first of 3 appearances by Fernando Colunga in the Tres Marias trilogy with Thalia. His roles graduated in importance with each telenovela until he landed the leading man role in Maria La Del Barrio. See more »
Thalia's soap operas are formulaic. The only thing that changes are the names of the actors; the plots are the same. She is always the poor, uncouth, tragic heroine who miraculously becomes transformed into a tenth-rate Grace Kelley. If you've seen one Thalia soap, you've seen them all. Her talent lies only in her sex appeal as her singing and acting are limited,if existent at all. From an obnoxious refined Thalia in Marimar, to an over-aged Shirley Temple in Maria del Barrio, Thalia's "Marias" are a television travesty. She seems only capable of crying, fighting and pouting. Maria Mercedes have mercy on us, and leave the airwaves.
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