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- La Duena: La Dueña is a Mexican telenovela produced by Florinda Meza in 1995 for Televisa. It was transmitted by El Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico and Univision in the United States in 1995 and 1998, and on Galavisión in 2000.
- also known as La Dueña (Mexico), La Dueña
- begun in (20 years ago)
- regular cast: Francisco Gattorno
- La Duena a.k.a. La dueña is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Venezolana de Televisión. An original script written by renowned Venezuelan telenovela writer José Ignacio Cabrujas in collaboration with Julio César Marmol. The telenovela was inspired from the novel The Count of Monte Cristo written by Alexandre Dumas, though they changed the main protagonist from male to female. Nardy Fernández was in charge of production, José Salas was in charge of the scenery, María de las Casas was in charge of the environmentation, and Tomás López was its director.
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- La Duena a.k.a. La Dueña is a 2012 Argentine miniseries. It is a blockbuster starring Mirtha Legrand, who worked on this series after 46 years of retirement from acting in television.
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- country: Argentina
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by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt
Antes de la exaltacion de Alejandro VI, la toma de Granada convirtio a la Cristiandad en la duena de la ultima tierra que el Islam poseia en la peninsula Iberica. El cardenal Borgia celebro ampliamente esa victoria, y los soberanos espanoles ...
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