For other uses, see Azucena (disambiguation).
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Azucena (1984) is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. It was written by María Antonieta Gómez and Édgar Mejías, and directed by Tito Rojas. The series lasted only 32 episodes, and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.
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Azucena is a humble young woman from the poor side of town who sees her wedding plans to Rodolfo, a rich young man, crumble. His family does not accept this marriage due to the difference in social background. A family debt makes Rodolfo marry Brenda Mirabal and Azucena decides to marry an old boyfriend in spite of the fact that she is expecting Rodolfo's baby, who is not aware of the truth. Through terrible conflicts this couple continue to fight for their love until, in spite of doubts, pain and betrayal, it triumphs.
Grecia Colmenares as Azucena Rodríguez,
Javier Vidal as Rodolfo Itriago,
Gladys Caceres as Trinita,
Carlos Camara Jr. as Julio,
Yanis Chimaras as Rafael,
Julie Restifo as Brenda