Amada enemiga

Amada enemiga
Genre Telenovela
Created by Inés Rodena
Written by Eduardo Quiroga
Lorena Salazar
Directed by José Acosta Navas
Sergio Cataño
Starring Dominika Paleta
Susana Dosamantes
Enrique Ibáñez
Guillermo Murray
Cecilia Gabriela
Theme music composer Ramón Caudet
Opening theme Amada enemiga
Desesperadamente enamorado (only in United States) by Jordi
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 91
Executive producer(s) Carlos Sotomayor
Producer(s) Rafael Urióstegui
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Cinematography Carlos Sánchez Ross
Armando Zafra
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release August 18 – December 5, 1997
Preceded by Gente bien
Followed by Mi pequeña traviesa
Related shows Mi rival (1971)

Amada enemiga (English title: Beloved enemy) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Sotomayor for Televisa in 1997.[1] This telenovela based on radionovela Cuando la rival es una hija by Inés Rodena.

On August 18, 1997, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Amada enemiga weekdays at 7:00pm, replacing Gente bien. The last episode was broadcast on December 5, 1997 with Mi pequeña traviesa replacing it the following day.

Dominika Paleta, Susana Dosamantes and Enrique Ibáñez starred as protagonists, while the leading actor Guillermo Murray starred as main antagonist.


Regina (Susana Dosamantes) is married to a much older man (Guillermo Murray). She leads a sedate life but longs for some passion. On a business trip to Miami, Regina meets Samuel (Enrique Ibañez), a much younger man, and they have a brief but torrid affair. On her return, Regina finds to her horror that Samuel is now working for her husband. To make since worse, her daughter Jessica (Dominika Paleta) falls for her father's new employee. To save Regina's reputation, Samuel agrees to marry Jessica.



  1. "Amada enemiga" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 10, 2011. Retrieved April 7, 2016.

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