La usurpadora (1998– )

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Romance


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Two identical twin sisters separated at birth reunite and the rich, devious and cruel one proposes to her sweet-hearted counterpart to assume her place.


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  • Gabriela Spanic in La usurpadora (1998)
  • Libertad Lamarque and Gabriela Spanic in La usurpadora (1998)
  • La usurpadora (1998)
  • Libertad Lamarque in La usurpadora (1998)
  • Chantal Andere in La usurpadora (1998)
  • Gabriela Spanic in La usurpadora (1998)

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11 March 2001 | Naty Oreiro Fan
I like it
When I first tuned in, I thought is was very bad. But then, it started getting exciting, and I wanted to know what will happen next. Many people I know also liked this soap opera. Sure, some characters are extremely naive, but it's not so bad. I would also recommend Muneca Brava, Pobre Diabla, Nunca te Olvidare, Siempre tu Susperes, and Maria la del Barrio. The story wasn't that bad either. I liked every character for something. I liked Paulina because she was honest, Paola because she was always so free and always planning, and so on. People think that soap operas are the worst, but they aren't always that bad.

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Soundtracks

La Usurpadora
Performed by
Pandora
Written by José Antonio 'Potro' Farías (as José Antonio Farías Mackey)

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Romance

Details

Release Date:

4 January 1999

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico

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