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Senda prohibida This is the story of an ambitious secretary, Nora (Silvia Derbez), who falls in love for her wealthy boss (Francisco Jambrina), who is married to a respectable woman (Dalia Iniguez), with whom he has a child (Hector Gomez). The provincial cunning, in exchange for caresses, receive gifts and jewelry from her boss which leads him to ruin. In the end, Nora cries in her wedding dress before the mirror, regretting all the damage she did.
Senda prohibida It stars Silvia Derbez as the protagonist / antagonist, with Francisco Jambrina, Dalia Íñiguez, Alicia Montoya and Héctor Gómez.
La Prohibida La Prohibida (in Spanish, "The Forbidden Woman"), previously "'La Perdida"' ("The Lost Woman") is the stage name of Amapola López (born Luis Herrero Cortés, 1971), a Spanish [Pop music|pop]] and electronic music singer.
Senda prohibida Senda Prohibida (English title: "Forbidden Path") is the first telenovela produced in Mexico. It was produced by Telesistema Mexicano and broadcast June 6, 1958, from Monday to Friday.
Pasión prohibida Telemundo aired the serial during the 2013 season. From January 22, 2013 to June 21, 2013, Telemundo aired "Pasión Prohibida" weeknights at 8pm/7c, replacing "Rosa Diamante". "Dama y Obrero" replaced "Pasión Prohibida" on June 24, 2013. As with most of its other telenovelas, the network broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.
La Prohibida Her mother was from Valencia and her father from the Basque Country. She left her parents' home when she was sixteen and was working and studying in several cities such as Barcelona, London, Rio de Janeiro or Rome. She started in the show business in 1996.
Pasión prohibida Pasión Prohibida () is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Television Studios, Miami. It is a remake of the Turkish telenovela "Aşk-ı Memnu" by Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençoğlu. It has been adapted from Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil's novel "Aşk-ı Memnu", published in 1900, but takes place in the modern-day Miami, instead of the novel's late 19th-century Istanbul setting. Jencarlos Canela and Mónica Spear starred as the protagonists. Although Telemundo announced a second season, Spear's 2014 murder brought an end to production.
La mujer prohibida (1991 telenovela) La Mujer Prohibida is a 1991 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión and Spanish-based production company Telecinco. An original story written by Manuel Muñoz Rico and adapted by Alberto Gómez, it starred Dominican-Mexican actor Andrés García accompanied by Mayra Alejandra, Fernando Carrillo and Tatiana Capote.
La mujer prohibida (1991 telenovela) "La Mujer Prohibida" is a beautiful story of an impossible love between two people who love each other deeply. Irene Rivas is a young woman of twenty-six who is mute. Unfortunately, in order to save her father from prison, she is forced to marry a man she doesn't love, Germán Gallardo. Germán is a man who is powerful, ruthless and arrogant, and he has nothing in common with the great love of Irene, Carlos Luis, the latter's son whom he met before being forced to marry him. Irene work hard to find happiness but discovers many secrets from the past that could destroy her future forever.
La mujer prohibida (1991 telenovela) Love, hope, passion, jealousy and intrigue, are the ingredients of this great telenovela, framing his strong and realistic story in the most beautiful locations of Venezuela and Spain.