Siempre habrá un mañana

Siempre habrá un mañana
Genre Telenovela
Created by Original Story:
Inés Rodena
Estella Calderón
Directed by Arturo Salgado
Starring Meche Carreño
Eduardo Alcaraz
Aurora Molina
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
Executive producer(s) Valentín Pimstein
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release 1974
Related shows María Mercé, La Chinita (1970)

Siempre habrá un mañana (English: There's Always Tomorrow), is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein for Televisa in 1974. Meche Carreño and Eduardo Alcaraz star as the protagonists, while Aurora Molina star as the antagonists.[1]

Is an adaptation of the Venezuelan telenovela "María Mercé, La Chinita" produced in 1970 by Venevisión.


Plot tells the life of Mercedes a young and humble washerwoman who one day meets Arthur a young graduate who comes from the capital and has just arrived at the village, Arturo and Mercedes fall in love, he has to return to the capital and she agrees to wait for him, returning to the capital Arturo meets a woman of high societywho fell in love with it, and as an ambition to agree to marry, Arturo no can tell the truth to Mercedes since this ravaging it, however the poor washerwoman ended by learning the worst way of cruel deception of her beloved. At the end Mercedes ends found true love in another man that if values it, but there another obstacle to be happy, the girlfriend of this Pilar.



  1. "Televisa Telenovelas (1970-1979)". IMDb. Retrieved December 13, 2014.

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