Mga Mata ni Anghelita

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Mga Mata ni Anghelita was a Filipinotelevision serial drama that began airing July 2, 2007 and ended in October 5 of the same year on GMA-7 television network. It was a remake of the '70 hit radio drama and the 1978 movie popularized by the late Julie Vega of the same title.

It is composed of a powerhouse cast which includes Krystal Reyes, Sheryl Cruz, Marvin Agustin, Tonton Gutierrez, Celia Rodriguez, Carmina Villaroel, Pen Medina, Paolo Contis, Isabel Oli and Mark Herras. The teledrama was directed by Gil Tejada Jr. and Khryss Adalia.

Mga Mata ni Anghelita
Genre Drama
Created by GMA
Starring Krystal Reyes
Sheryl Cruz
Tonton Guitierrez
Celia Rodriguez etc.
Country of origin Flag of the Philippines Philippines
No. of episodes 70 episodes
Running time 45 Minutes
Original channel GMA
Original run July 2, 2007October 5, 2007
External links
Official website
IMDb profile


Cast and characters

This is the main cast of Mga Mata ni Anghelita

Actor / Character Character Description
Krystal Reyes
as Anghelita
A blind orphan mistreated by the woman who adopted her, Anghelita is given the gift of sight by the Virgin Mary. With this gift, she will change the world one good deed at a time. And with this gift, she will find the person she longs to meet the most: her mother.
Sheryl Cruz
as Magdalena
Queen of all illegal activities in the town of Sta. Maria, Magdalena is the nasty guardian of the orphan Anghelita.
Marvin Agustine
as Gabriel
The hunchback bell-ringer of the town church, Gabriel becomes Anghelita's friend who helps her and guides her through life. He secretly has feelings for the beautiful Teresa.
Tonton Gutierrez
as Carlos
Carlos is the mayor of Sta. Maria.
Mark Herras*
as Abel
Magdalena's nephew who grew up with anger and cruelty, Abel becomes her assistant in her illegal doings. But even with his nasty persona, Abel still knows how to feel love, which he does for the mayor's daughter Lisa.
Isable Oli
as Teresa
Daughter of Isaac, Teresa tries hard to forget a past mistake through her dreams of becoming an actress, and being the girlfriend of town thug Martin.
Paolo Contis
as Martin
The mayor's son, Martin makes it a point to make life very hard for the hunchback Gabriel. He has a deep hatred for the young Anghelita because of the belief that her bad luck is what killed his mother.
Carmina Villaroel
as Cristina Manresa
A TV host who is also a philanthropist, Cristina is searching for a past that she can't help but remember.
Celia Rodriguez
as Corazon
Cristina's mother, Selma, holds the key to the mystery of the past that Cristina is trying to find.
Pen Medina
as Father Joseph
The church priest who took in the hunchback Gabriel, Father Joseph was also the one who consented for Magdalena to adopt Anghelita.
Ryan Yllana
as Bitong
A street-corner performer, Bitong roams the streets without any sanity. And the most notable thing about Bitong is that he never stops eating.

Also starring

  • Lucy Torres-Gomez as Birheng Maria
  • Beth Tamayo as Linda
  • Allan Paule as Marcelo
  • Yayo Aguila as Beth
  • Tuesday Vargas as Selya
  • Alynna Asistio as Lisa
  • Jess Lapid Jr. as Major Alba
  • Joy Folloso as Adriana
  • Martin Delos Reyes as Iboy
  • Daniel Fernando as Isaac
  • Robert Ortega as Luis
  • Alicia Mayer as Delilah
  • Isabella de Leon as Rhoda
  • Jewel Mische as Madel
  • Prince Stefan as Gener
  • Renz Juan as Ivy
  • Arnel Ignacio as Manager/Madam
  • Ian Veneracion as Tiklawin/Mercus

Theme songs

The theme song is entitled Nang Dahil Sa Iyo (Because of You), which was sung by Pinoy Pop Superstar: Season 3 grand champion Maricris Garcia and composed by Tata Betita.

Show trivia

  • The role of Anghelita was originally given to Ella Guevarra but it ended up to Krystal Reyes.
  • The rights of Mga Mata ni Anghelita was reportedly bought by Televisa (Mexico's largest network and produced Marimar).

External links

See also

Original Source

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