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Tuesday, August 12, 2008


Kardong Kidlat (1964)- Stars Jess Lapid in his first starring role, Max Alvarado, Mila Montanez, Bert Olivar, Victor Bravo and Rod Navarro/ Introducing Divina Valencia/ Directed by Armando Garces

Dugong Tigre (1964)- Stars Jun Aristorenas in his first starring role, Eddie Garcia, Max Alvarado, Victor Bravo, Rocco Montalban and Gina Laforteza/ Directed by Augusto Buenaventura

Si Kidlat ba o si Tigre? Sino ang Hari? Isa lang ang Hari!
60s Action greats Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas appeared together in countless memorable movies portraying the roles they were known for, as Kidlat and

Isa Lang ang Hari (1964)- Stars Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Eddie Garcia, Max Alvarado/Divina Valencia, Gina Laforteza and Tony Ferrer as Marco/ Directed by Augusto Buenaventura

Kidlat sa Baril (1964)- Stars Jess Lapid, Max Alvarado, Rosario Del Pilar, Melinda Molina and Jun Aristorenas/ Directed by Alex M. Sunga

Labo-Labo (1964)- Stars Jess Lapid, Tony Ferrer, Jun Aristorenas and Alberto Alonzo/ with Eddie Garcia, Rod Navarro, Max Alvarado, Victor Bravo/ Divina Valencia, Gina Laforteza, Bessie Barredo and Rebecca/ Directed by Armando Garces

Tatlo sa Tatlo (1965)- Stars Jess Lapid, Tony Ferrer and Jun Aristorenas/ with Eddie Garcia, Max Alvarado, Rod Navarro/ Divina Valencia, Elena Razon, Natalia Crisandra/ Directed by Armando Garces

Walang Atrasan (1965)- Stars Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Divina Valencia, Gina Laforteza, Max Alvarado and Rod Navarro in a special role/ Directed by Armando Garces

Katapat ng Bawa't Lakas (1966)- Stars Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Jerry Pons, Diana Dean, Bobby Santiago and Paquito Diaz in a special role/ Directed by Pablo Santiago

Showdown! (1966)- Stars Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Max Alvarado, Victor Bravo, Bessie Barredo, Natalia Crisandra/ Directed by Alex Sunga

Soliman Brothers (1967)- Stars Joseph Estrada, Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Paquito Diaz, Imelda Ilanan, Gina Laforteza, Larry SIlva and Max Alvarado/ Directed by Augusto Buenaventura

Valiente Brothers
(1967)- Stars Joseph Estrada, Jess Lapid and Jun Aristorenas/ with Perla Bautista, Eddie Garcia, Ramon D' Salva, Romy Diaz, Alona Alegre, George Estregan and Paquito Diaz/ Directed by Augusto Buenaventura

Cuadro de Jack (1968)- Stars Joseph Estrada, Jess Lapid, Jing Abalos and Jun Aristorenas/ with Imelda Ilanan, Mary Ann Murphy, Sofia Moran, Johnny Monteiro, Ruben Rustia and George Estregan/ Directed by Augusto Buenaventura

3 Kilabot sa Barilan (1968)- Stars Jun Aristorenas, Vic Vargas and Jess Lapid/ with Eddie Garcia, Paquito Diaz, Imelda Ilanan, Gina Laforteza/ Directed by Armando Garces


Anonymous said...

These brought me back good memories when I was young. I remember skipping school just to see these movies on noontime TV. This was the golden age of western action movies. Thanks.

James DR said...

Simon, ito bang Soliman Brothers ang last film ni Jess Lapid? Kasi sabi nung brother ko, hindi daw ito natapos ni Jess Lapid, kaya yung dumobol sa kanya, nakamaskara na lang daw. Si Victor Bravo daw yun. Totoo ba yun?

Video 48 said...

James, Soliman Brothers was shown in 1967. Jess Lapid was killed in 1968. His last full feature movie was Huling Baraha; 3 Kilabot sa Barilan was his last, unfinished movie. Siguro ito ang sinasabi ng brother mo.

Anonymous said...

Was there a sequel to Valiente Brothers? I know Jun Aristorenas did 2 sequels for Cuadro de Jack,
Deadly Jacks and Jack of Hearts.

Anonymous said...

I think the last almost completed picture of Jess Lapid was Simarron Brothers. A small part of the movie showed only the back of Jess Lapid which was a double. His other last film was 3 Kilabot Sa Barilan which his character "Kardong Kidlat" was killed off at the start of the movie and Danny Rojo replaced him as "Alamid" to join Tigre and Gringo.

What was Jun Aristorenas last movie as a star and as a director?


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