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Kampanerang Kuba (literally Hunchbacked Lady Bell-ringer) was a fantasy soap opera television series

broadcast by ABS-CBN in the Philippines. It was inspired by 1973 film with same title, which was starred
by Vilma Santos and Bobot Mortiz. It was tagged as Pinoy Disney. It was originally based from a comic
book series written by Pablo Gomez.

[hide] 1 Story 1.1 Background
1.2 The kampanera
1.3 Conclusion

2 Pre-production
3 One-liner
4 Main Cast
5 Production and Crew



Lucia and Lourdes Saavedra are half-sisters. Lucia has fallen in love with Antonio (a poor man of whom
her father disapproves), while Lourdes falls in love with Martin. She is unaware that he is Prinsipe Abuk,
who has betrayed his people to be human instead of a kuba and who has fallen for Lucia. Lucia marries
Antonio; she later believes he was killed from a beating her father engineered. Her maid (and friend)
Jacinta told her he was dead to one day win his love. Lucia was also told that her baby daughter was
stillborn (although she is sure she heard her cry before she lost consciousness). Lourdes gives birth the
same night, delivering a baby girl whom she saw was a kuba before she passed out. Martin switches his
baby with Lucia's, leaving his own baby at a church.

The kampanera[edit]

The young kuba is named Imang, and grows up to be the kampanera (the person who rings the church
bell). She later becomes the nursemaid of Lourdes, and bonds with her immediately. Lourdes'
"daughter" Veronica is jealous and finds comfort with her Aunt Lucia, who has returned home after
beginning a new life with her American husband and stepson Luke. Lucia has doubts that Veronica is her
daughter, since she has never felt a motherly bond with her. Lourdes is jealous of Lucia's closeness to

The nuns try to help Imang, and brought her back to life after Martin wrongly convinced people she was
evil and deserved to be stoned for stealing a sacred crown from the church. They later found a candle
that, when lit, would make her human. She used this to pretend to be Lucia's long-lost daughter
Bernadette to remain close to her mother Lourdes (who, after Imang's "death", was finally told by the
nuns that Imang was really her daughter).

Meanwhile, Veronica is angry that Luke has not returned her love and loves Bernadette instead. She
uses magic to change her appearance, and adopts the name Agatha to gain her family's trust and avenge
Bernadette. Pablo has fallen for Bernadette (although he would always make fun of her as Imang), and
the truth about his parentage is raised. Lorenzo loved Imang when she was a kuba. After Lucia's husband
Clark dies, she discovers that Antonio did not die; he has lost the use of his legs and believes she
betrayed him (when, instead, her father was to blame).


In the end, everybody finds out whose daughter belongs to whom. Bernadette/Imang does not need the
candle to remain human. Veronica is turned into a tree for her many misdeeds, and her parents rekindle
their marriage while they care for her. Martin is a kuba, and Lourdes still loves him now that he is good.
Luke sacrificed his life for Imang/Bernadette; Bernadette chooses to be with Pablo, while Lorenzo finds
another who looks like her.


It was first rumored that Claudine Barretto then Jodi Sta. Maria will get title role for "Fatima", often
referred to as "Imang", but ABS-CBN picked Anne Curtis instead. On the other hand, Jodi got the role as

Pablo S. Gomez wrote the script for series, who also works in another soap opera - Mga Anghel Na
Walang Langit.


The prcis for the series is that the lady hunchback bellringer turns attractive whenever an enchanted
candle is lit.

Main Cast[edit]

Main Cast
Anne Curtis Fatima "Imang" De Vera/ Bernadette, derived from Our Lady of Fatima and St.
Jodi Sta Maria-Lacson / Desiree Del Valle Veronica Saavedra/Agatha, derived from Saint Veronica and
Saint Agatha of Sicily.
Patrick Garcia Luke, derived from St. Luke.
Luis Manzano Pablo, derived from St. Paul.
Christian Bautista Lorenzo, derived from St. Lorenzo Ruiz.

Supporting Cast
Eula Valdez Lourdes Saavedra-de Vega, derived from Our Lady of Lourdes.
Jean Garcia Lucia Saavedra, derived from Lucia dos Santos, who experienced an apparition of the
Virgin Mary.
Jomari Yllana Martin de Vera/Prinsepe Abuk, derived from Saint Martin of Tours.
Edgar Mortiz Father Agaton
Malou de Guzman Sister Marcelina
Eugene Domingo Sister Clara, derived from St. Clare of Assisi.
Meryll Soriano Sister Cecilia, derived from St. Cecilia
Matt Hadfield Clark Tennyson
Jaime Fabregas Don Francisco Saavedra
Arlene Muhlach Aling Teresing
Yul Servo Antonio, derived from St. Anthony the Great.
Mark Bautista Repus Akach
Chokoleit Otlum
Cherry Pie Picache Jacinta
Frederick Schnell Dr. Clark Tennyson
Marco Alcaraz Gabriel, derived from Archangel Gabriel.
DJ Durano Angel
Frances Ignacio Sarah Durano
Allan Paule Solomon Durano