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Florida (Jolina Magdangal) is a community nurse in Abra who falls in love with Crisanto (Marvin Agustin), a soldier married to Beth (Desiree Del Valle). Despite the guilt, Florida tolerates their amoral affair because of her great love for him. Soon, both will be blessed with a daughter, Flor, who, for seven years was made to believe that they are Crisanto’s only family. For a long time, Crisanto was able to maintain the secrecy of maintaining two families. However, fate brings the two families together as Florida ends up being a household help in Beth’s & Crisanto’s house. Here, Florida gets to know Beth & his daughter Liza (Rhed Bustamante) and realizes both are good people. Crisanto sees his dream of having both his families together with him realized. However, soon, Beth is able to confirm Florida & Crisanto’s affair and kicks Florida & Flor (Ashley Sarmiento) out of their house. Watch Flordeliza May 27 2015 Replay
Flor De Liza is a Philippine Film series produced by Seven Stars Productions launched in 1981 that Stars Julie Vega and Janice De Belen. Flor De Liza is a cross over between the TV series Flordeluna (Played by Janice De belen) and Annaliza (played By Julie Vega) .
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