"Corazón salvaje" is the first screen adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Caridad Bravo Adams and published in 1957. The story takes place on the Caribbean island of Martinique, at the beginning of the 20th Century and describes the lives of two half-brothers involved in the entanglements of a frivolous and calculating young woman.
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Corazón salvaje is a Mexican telenovela produced by Salvador Mejía Alejandre in conjunction with Televisa and broadcast on El Canal de las Estrellas. The telenovela debuted on 12 October 2009 at 9:00 pm, replacing Sortilegio, and aired for a total of 135 episodes. The final episode was broadcast on 16 April 2010, and the program was replaced with Soy tu dueña. In the United States, the telenovela debuted on 22 February 2010 at 9:00 pm on Univisión, again replacing Sortilegio. However, beginning on 26 April, the program was moved from prime time to the 12:00 midnight time slot.
Corazón salvaje is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1966. It is the second of five screen adaptations of the novel of the same name by Caridad Bravo Adams. This telenovela was starred by singer Julissa while the 1977 production was starred by singer Angélica María who had previously had the role of Mónica in the 1968 film version. Actor Ernesto Alonso produced both telenovela versions. The role of Juan del Diablo went to Enrique Lizalde who, with Julissa, had previously starred in another Bravo Adams’ story, La mentira. This was the first starring role of Enrique Álvarez Félix, son of actress María Félix, in the role of the antagonist Renato Duchamp, the legitimate half-brother of Juan del Diablo. It was also the second time Jacqueline Andere co-starred with Enrique Lizalde, both being stage actors.
Corazón salvaje is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1977. It is the fourth of five screen adaptations of the novel of the same name by Caridad Bravo Adams, and the second telenovela. The first telenovela was starred by singer Julissa while the 1977 production was starred by singer Angélica María who had previously had the role of Mónica in the 1968 film version. Actor Ernesto Alonso produced this version and after not casting Julissa and instead repeating Angélica María the first allegedly declared "Since my father is not employed in this company anymore Ernesto Alonso has forgotten me in his castings".
Corazón salvaje is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1993. It was also broadcast on Galavisión and Univision in the United States later that year and again in 2003 as well as in Peru in 1993 and 1999, in Kenya on KTN and in Italy on Rete 4 in 1993 and on 7Gold and 2004. This is the third adaptation to date of the novel Corazón salvaje by Caridad Bravo Adams. The story was adapted by María Zarattini who changed the setting where the story takes place from Martinique to the port of Veracruz and the French surnames of the characters to Spanish surnames. The historical advisor for this telenovela was Jose Ruiz de Esparza who also advised the production of Alondra also starred by Ana Colchero in the title role. Eduardo Palomo played the roles of Francisco Alcázar and his grown-up son, "Juan del Diablo". Palomo sported long hair for the production and took advantage of the success of the telenovela debuted with an album sporting this look. Enrique Lizalde, who had the role of Juan del Diablo in the 1966 version, played the role of Juan's mentor in this production. In 2009, Aracely Arámbula and Eduardo Yáñez appeared in the remake of Corazón salvaje.