Corazon Salvaje III

Corazon Salvaje

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(1993) - Eduardo Palomo, Edith González

Summary of Corazon Salvaje

Juan del Diablo grew up a savage on the beaches of San Pedro, abused by the man who raised him because he was the bastard of his wife and the wealthy landowner Francisco de Alcazar y Valle. Don Francisco did not know he had a son, and shortly after finding out, he dies, leaving only a letter with his wishes to give Juan his name - a letter that his wife, Sofia, hides. Also, before dying he asks his legitimate son Andres to take care of Juan. But Andres goes to live in Mexico city. 15 years later, Monica, one of the two daughters of a penniless countess, is about to marry Andres. But in Mexico city Andres meets and falls in love with her sister Aimee. They both return back to San Pedro and Andres breaks his compromise with Monica and asks Aimee to marry him. Though Aimee has begun an affair with Juan, she can't pass up the opportunity to marry so well. Juan is just a poor wretch and a smuggler to boot. He knows Andres is his half-brother, but Andres doesn't know that. Aimee marries Andres when Juan is away and Monica decides to enter a convent to hide her humiliation. But when Juan arrives furious and determined to abscond with his half-brother's new wife, Monica steps in the middle to prevent a tragedy. To cover for her sister, she says that she was the one who has been seeing Juan y her sacrifice compels her to marry him. Though Juan is a violent man, without manners, education or even a last name, Monica falls in love with him and discovers that beneath his tough exterior lies a heart - wild, yes, but of gold.

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CAST

Eduardo Palomo .... Juan del Diablo / Don Francisco - main hero / his father
Edith González .... Mónica - main heroine
Ana Colchero .... Aimeé - sister of Mónica, villain
Ariel López Padilla .... Andrés - husband of Aimeé and half-brother of Juan
Enrique Lizalde .... Noel - friend and mentor of Juan
Claudia Islas .... Sofía - mother of Andres
Arsenio Campos .... Alberto - friend of Andres, villain
Luz María Aguilar .... Catalina - mother of Mónica and Aimeé
Ernesto Yáñez .... Bautista - foreman of Campo Real, villain
Yolanda Ventura .... Azucena - protegee of Juan
Javier Ruán .... Guadalupe Cajiga - owner of brothel, villain
César Évora .... Marcelo - new judge at San Pedro
Isaura Espinoza .... Amanda - sister-in-law of Marcelo
Verónica Merchant .... Mariana - daughter of Amanda
Olivia Cairo .... Juanita - maid
Emilio Cortés .... Zerafin - boy, friend of Juan
Ana Laura Espinosa .... Lupe - maid
Gerardo Hemmer .... Joaquín - hired to spy on Juan
Jaime Lozano .... Segundo - assistent of Juan
Adalberto Parra .... Capitan Espíndola - chief of prison, villain
Alejandro Rábago .... Pedro - friend of Juan
Gonzalo Sánchez .... Facundo Gomez "El Tuerto" - one-eyed, owner of tavern
Mónika Sánchez .... Rosa - waitress in tavern
Jorge Valdés García .... assistant of Bautista
Indra Zuno .... Meche - friend of Azucena, maid of Mónica
Antonia Marcin .... Dolores - friend of Mónica
Julio Monterde .... Fray Domingo - priest
Queta Lavat .... Madre Superiora
Arturo Paulet .... Lic. Mondragón
Christian Ruiz .... Andrés (as a child)
Julián Velázquez
Joana Brito .... Ana - cook at Campo Real
Maribel Palmer .... Teresa - friend of Monica
Queta Carrasco .... Dona Prudencia - owner of the boarding house where Monica goes
Araceli Cordero
María Dolores Oliva .... Tehua - herbalist
Julián de Tavira .... Juan (as a child)
Alicia del Lago
Felio Eliel
Chayo Grandos
Carl Hillos
Nelly Horsman
Juan Antonio Llanes .... Judge Esperon
Conchita Márquez .... Sor Juliana
Géraldine Bazán
Daniel Martinez .... Lieutenant

Writing credits
Caridad Bravo Adams (original story)
María Zarattini (TV version and script)
José Ruiz de Esparza (history consultant)

Original music by
Jorge Avendaño

Song "Corazon Salvaje"
Singing: Mijares
Lyrics

Production manager
Roberto Hernández

Cinematography by
Miguel Valdes

Directed by
Alberto Cortés
José Rendón (general director)

Produced by
José Rendón

Televisa

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

"Corazon Salvaje III" is a remake of:
1 version: telenovela "Corazon Salvaje I"
2 version: telenovela "Corazon Salvaje II"
"The best telenovela of the year", TVyNovelas award, 1994.
There is also a Puertorican version "Juan del Diablo" (1960) with Gladys Rodriguez and Braulio Castillo.

CORAZON SALVAJE III REVIEW

thanks to anonymous
I'm watching Corazon Salvaje on Galavision for the first time, and now I understand what all fuss is about! This is indeed the best novela I've seen in my life. It has a very interesting storyline, strong chemistry between the main heroes, great acting, precious costumes and beautiful locations (like the house of Juan del Diablo which is actually a famous bar with an ocean view in Mexico) etc.., but the thing I love the most about Corazon Salvaje is the incredible logic in everything they say and do, which is not common in telenovelas at all. All events happen EXACTLY the way they should happen, and each and every word they say is EXACTLY what they should say in that particular situation. It is unbelievable how everything makes a perfect sense in this telenovela! In spite of the fact that it is 1900, Corazon Salvaje is more real and sensible than most novelas about our time!
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VIEWERS COMMENTS

- by anonymous
Esta telenovela la vi cuando tenia 15 años y me enamore de ella. No solo la actuacion de Gonzales y Palomo fueron excelente, si no que las playas, el vestuario y las residencias eran preciosas. El amor entre ellos fue muy lindo y lucho hasta el final. Por eso, grabe la ultima semana y de vez en cuando me siento a revivir esta telenovela!

- by anonymous
I have never seen anything like Corazon Salvaje no crappy sex, or useless love scenes just a strong love between Monica and Juan. This soap was shown on KTN in Kenya. We are bombed with lots of American programming but this soap EXCELLENT! Nothing like your typical soap one of the best things to come out of Mexico.

- by Silvi from Peru
Me acuerdo que esta novela la daban en 1993 en mi pais (Peru) y en Televisa (Mexico) curiosamente nose porq no me llamo la atencion, despues la repitieron en 1999 pero a esa hora yo staba en el coelgio y hace poco acaban de darla en el 2003 y la vi. Me parecio una linda historia de amor, esas que ya no se ven casi, Edith Gonzales y Eduardo Palomo hicieron una muy bonita pareja; pero tambien me encanto la actuacion de Ana Colchero (cuando ella stuvo en mi pais haciendo "Isabella" los periodistas de espectaculo decian que era pedante y que todo le parecia poca cosa) pero lo q si es cierto que esa novela no tuvo mucha acogida aca aunque la historia era muy buena. Pese a todo eso Ana me parece una gran actriz y sin ella en Corazon Salvaje pienso q no hubiera sido lo mismo y ni que decir de Ariel Lopez Padilla quien me enacnta y me parece uno de los mejores actores mexicanos. En esta novela todo el elenco stuvo muy bien escogido.

- by anonymous
Fue una de las mejores telenovelas que hevisto en mi vida... y a pesar de verla en format de pelicula con Julio Aleman y Angelica Maria, me encanto la version de 1993.

- by anonymous
JOSE RENDON, el productor de la telenovela, le ofrecio en primer lugar el personaje de la caprichosa y lujuriosa "Aimee" a ERIKA BUENFIL quien estaba "desaparecida" de las pantallas desde hacia un buen tiempo. La Regiomontana se encapricho con el personaje de "Monica" aunque tanto RENDON como su mujer MARIA ZARATTINI trataron de hacerle ver que interpretar el personaje de la villana le haria "resucitar" su carrera. La BUENFIL se nego marchandose de viaje a su tierra natal. Lo penso mejor durante el fin de semana y al regresar al D.F. se comunico con RENDON diciendole que aceptaba el papel que le habia ofrecido. RENDON la sorprendio a su vez con la noticia de que ANA COLCHERO ya habia firmado y en ese mismo momento estaba en las pruebas de vestuario. La BUENFIL se arrepiente hasta la fecha de no haber aceptado el personaje que pudo haberle dado un giro inesperado a su carrera. CESAR EVORA fue la primera opcion para interpretar el personaje de "Juan Del Diablo". Los ejecutivos de Televisa no estaban seguros de que el cubano recien llegado a México tendria la fuerza para llevar el protagonico y le ordenaron a RENDON que contratara a EDUARDO PALOMO quien se "adueño" del personaje e incluso grabo un disco que no funciono como el esperaba. Haber interpretado a "Juan Del Diablo" casi sepulto la carrera de PALOMO...

- by anonymous
Inició el lunes julio 15 de 1993 en el canal de las estrellas a las 9:30PM, terminó el viernes febrero 18 de 1994. Se transmitió en episodios de media hora.

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LINKS

Corazon Salvaje at Univision
Corazon Salvaje at IMDB
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Forum Corazon Salvaje at Telenovela World
English Summaries of Corazon Salvaje

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