Salvador de mujeres

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Salvador de Mujeres
Salvador de Mujeres Postcard.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Drama
Created by Marcela Citterio
Directed by Gabriel González
William Barragán
Rolando Ocampo
Starring Carlos Guillermo Haydon
Alejandra Sandoval
Ruddy Rodriguez
Roberto Vander
Opening theme "El Amor" by Tito El Bambino[1]
Country of origin Venezuela
Colombia
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 120[2]
Production
Executive producer(s) Alejandra Gallego
Production company(s) Venevisión
Distributor Venevisión International
Release
Original network Venevisión
Original release 7 April – 28 June 2010

Salvador de Mujeres (Salvador:A Knockout Lover) is a 2010 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión. The telenovela was entirely shot in Colombia[3]

Carlos Guillermo Haydon and Alejandra Sandoval[4] star as the main protagonists with Ruddy Rodríguez portraying the main antagonist.[5]

Plot

Salvador “El Tigre” Valdez is a successful boxing champion whose career is ruined after he refuses to sign a deal with a mafia kingpin. As an act of revenge, he is framed so that he loses the national boxing championship and he is suspended from boxing for ten years. Now, Salvador is forced to seek other forms of income. He gets a job in a gym owned by Josefina Álvarez, a powerful and sophisticated woman who offers him a proposal he is forced to accept due to his serious financial problems. Salvador becomes a paid gigolo for some of the richest women in the city, and he now moves from being a champion in the boxing ring to being a champion in the bedroom.

However, Salvador's main goal is to conquer the heart of Socorro Alvarez Castillo, Josefina's daughter. Socorro is a beauty queen and model stuck in a failed marriage, and he views Salvador as uncouth and beneath her standards. But with time, she also begins to fall in love with him. However, their love will be threatened by Josefina, who has also fallen in love with Salvador, her own creation and manipulation tool.[6][7]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Tito El Bambino Compone una Cancion Para Telenovela Salvador de Mujeres
  2. ^ SALVADOR DE MUJERES (A KNOCKOUT LOVER) Archived 2013-07-14 at Archive.is
  3. ^ Salvador de mujeres: telenovela venezolana hecha en Colombia [video]
  4. ^ Protagonistas de 'Salvador de mujeres' Ruddy Rodríguez, Carlos Haydon y Alejandra Sandoval, protagonistas
  5. ^ Ruddy Rodríguez se convierte en villana
  6. ^ Venezuelan telenovelas Salvador de Mujeres
  7. ^ alvador de Mujeres

External links

  • Salvador de mujeres on IMDb
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