In 19th century Mexico, Dr. Manuel Fuentes Guerra inherits a fortune of his father, whom never wanted to recognize him as his son. Now turned into a millionaire gentleman, the doctor looks ... See full summary »
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.
Carlos Larios is the head of one of the most important pharmaceutical companies in Mexico. Upon his death, his wife Catalina Creel will go to great and vile lengths to secure her fortune and her bloodline.
Luciana, a poor, young woman working as a maid in the venerable Velarde home, falls in love with young seminary student Juan de la Cruz, the Velarde's son. The night before Juan is to ... See full summary »
Francisco Alcazar, a rich Mexican landowner, has two sons, Andres, born to his wife Sofia, and Juan, who's father has nothing to do with him. Francisco dies before he can legitimize Juan and the resentful Sofia casts the boy out. Fifteen years later, Andres returns from Europe to run the hacienda and is expected to marry Monica, the pious daughter of a countess. But he falls in love with Aimee, Monica's glamorous sister, unaware that she is having an affair with Juan. Juan becomes manager of Andres' estate, and finds an unexpected ally in Monica, who helps him improve conditions for the laborers. After Andres learns of Juan's affair with Aimee, a long, bloody feud begins that threatens the happiness of all four characters.Written by
...well I was just 9 years old when I first saw "Corazon Salvaje",as it's said I fell in love with this telenovela...
From the very beginning you are getting interested with the scenes,you dive into that time and become part of the story.You feel the story emotionally,you fell happiness or fell blue with the characters of novel.Some of the characters seem familiar to you that sometimes you feel as if you are that hero.You can't get tired of watching it,because script is always intriguing and it's never boring.Scenes create comfotrable atmosphere and you feel the beauty of that times...
I was child when I watched it,but I was not the only child.I remember when me and my friends(girls) while playing in the yard would hear the song of "croazon salvaje" ,we would rush homes to watch it. We were completely mesmerized,so that we would imagine we are Aimeé and Mónica.Everyone was in love with Juan del Diablo,the young girls and the old ladies and of course we little baby girls.Country was in madness,a lot of newspapers were sold with the interviews and biographies of marvellous actors.Even today after 12 years I still own a notebook with the photo of the leading actors of "Corazon Salvaje".
I remember it was Friday and it was most intriguing part ever,Juan was surprisingly attacked and shot in head and that's the way that episode finishes without any hint whether he is dead or alive...I would never forget how I cried,I was almost praying Juan to be alive,I couldn't wait till Monday to find out the truth...My 14-years-old cousin(girl) was so worried about Juan that she cried whole night long under pillow,so that her mom couldn't hear her:))))
Well it's all personal impressions,but from the fact that "Corazon Salvaje" got awards as Best Telenovela,you can judge what it can be like...Even now when I watch it,I am still excited.Many people wish to see it again......Even now when we hear Manuel Mijares' "corazon salvaje" we are thrilled as years ago...
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