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|Created by||Carlos Lombardi|
|Directed by||Wolf Maya|
|Starring|| Humberto Martins |
Tato Gabus Mendes
|Opening theme||Kotahitanga by Hinewehi Mohi|
|Country of origin||Brazil|
|No. of episodes||221|
|Running time||50 minutes|
|Original network||Rede Globo|
|Original release||8 May 2000 –|
19 January 2001
|Preceded by||Vila Madalena|
|Followed by||Um Anjo Caiu do Céu|
Uga-Uga is a Brazilian telenovela created by Carlos Lombardi, it was produced and aired by Rede Globo from May 8, 2000 to January 19, 2001 for 221 episodes.
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