Maria Flordeluna

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Maria Flordeluna
Genre Drama
Created by ABS-CBN
Starring Eliza Pineda
Eula Valdes
Albert Martinez etc.
Country of origin Flag of the Philippines Philippines
No. of episodes 30 episodes (As of March 25, 2007)
Running time 30 Minutes
Original channel ABS-CBN
Original run February 12, 2007 – June 22, 2007
External links
Official website
IMDb profile

Maria Flordeluna is a Filipino soap opera that currently airs on the ABS-CBN television network in the Philippines and worldwide on TFC, The Filipino Channel.

The series is based on the radio drama of the 1970s entitled "Flordeluna" written by Marcos Navarro Sacol. "Flordeluna" was first adapted for a television version in the late 1980s starring Janice de Belen in the title role.

Maria Flordeluna tells the story of the title character, a 10 year old girl, and her family.


Cast and characters

This is the main cast of Maria Flordeluna

Actor / Character Character Description
Eliza Pineda
as Maria Flordeluna Alicante
Maria Flordeluna is the oldest daughter of Leo and Elvira. She was named after a white flower that only blooms at night.
Eula Valdes
as Josephine "Jo" Espero
Jo is a teacher who first falls in love with Leo Alicante in 1994.
Albert Martinez
as Col. Leo Alicante
Leo Alicante is the father of Maria Flordeluna and Reneboy with his wife Elvira Aragoncillo.
John Estrada
as Gary Alvarado
Gary Alvarado is a soldier in the Philippine military.
Vina Morales*
as Maria Elvira Aragoncillo Alicante
Elvira Aragoncillo is a governor's daughter who falls in love with, and marries Leo Alicante.
Liza Lorena
as Brigida Espero
Brigida is Jo's mother and Wilma's Grandmother.
Alwyn Uytingco
as Jacob Charles "JC" Custodio
JC is a student at the university Annie attends, and is the leader of an on-campus action group.
Jill Yulo
as Annie Natividad
Annie is the daughter of Tibor, who is currently attending college and lives with her father at the Alicante home.
Johnny Delgado
as Ret. Gen. Carlos Alvarado
Carlos Alvarado is a retired Philippine military general and father to both Leo and Gary.
Roldan Aquino
as Tibor Natividad
Tibor is a relative of Leo's who now serves as his driver.
Nash Aguas
as Renato Manuel "Reneboy" Alicante
Reneboy is the youngest son of Leo and Elvira, and brother to Maria Flordeluna.
Kristel Fulgar
as Wilma Espero
Wilma is the daughter of Jo Espero.
Minnie Aguilar
as Soling
Soling is the trusted servant of the Alicante family.
  • Vina Morales is credited with "special participation."

Also starring

  • Neil Bryan Sese as Adolfo
  • Nikki Bagoporo as Angel (Maria Flordeluna's Best Friend)
  • Frances Ignacio as Marie
  • Menggie Cobarrubias as General Torres
  • Patrick dela Rosa as Allan
  • Tanya Gomez as Teresita V. Alicante
  • Mike Lloren as Max
  • Mark Dionisio as Isagani
  • Yvette Taguera as Lias
  • Yul Servo as Danillo Ferrer
  • Mar Garchitorena as Governor Aragoncillo
  • Julijo Pisk
  • Franzen Fajardo

Theme songs

The series theme song is entitled Maria Flordeluna and was written by Arden Condez and Jonathan Manalo. It was composed and arranged by Jonathan Manalo. It is performed by Sheryn Regis.
There are also two love themes; "Hanggang May Kailanman" performed by Vina Morales, but originally performed by Carol Banawa and "Lihim" performed by Acel Bisa.


  • Directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng
  • 2nd Unit Director: Rechie del Carmen
  • Headwriter Arah Jell Badayos
  • Writers: Rose Colindres, Arden Condez
  • Executive Producers: Minnella Abad, Myleen Ongkiko
  • Musical Director: Jessie Lasaten
  • Lighting Director: Christopher Manjares, George Tutanes
  • Production Designers: Sammy Aranzamendez, Malou Dugtong-de Guzman
  • Creative Consultant: Loida Viriña
  • Creative Manager: Jake Tordesillas
  • Production Manager: Annaliza A. Goma
  • Executive-in-Charge of Creative: Olivia M. Lamasan
  • Executive-in-Charge of Production: Malou N. Santos
  • Associate Producer Maria Eleanor Trono
  • Assistant Directors Bombee Blaza, Raymond Ocampo, Paul Michael Acero

Show trivia

  • The pilot episode of Maria Flordeluna aired for approximately one hour and 20 minutes on Monday, February 12, 2006.

External links

See also

Original Source

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