Gut0m (1970)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Conrado Cordova, Vic Andaya, Mario Escudero, Renato Del Prado, Angel Confiado/ Directed by DLZ
When the movie, Gutom opened in 1970 to a SRO crowd, a new ‘bomba’ star was born. The movie title stirred controversy (it had problem with the Censor board, same with another movie "Uhaw") and soon the movie was the talk of the town. The lead star, Rossana Marquez became a big, big star.
She was one of the more prominent and controversial 'bomba' stars during the 70s. Along with Rosanna Ortiz, Merle Fernandez, Rizza and Yvonne, these sex sirens ruled and reigned during that time, their films were all sensational hits and the theaters and movie houses showing their movies were all jampacked with moviegoers, mostly male patrons, up to the rafters.
Left- Ina Ko Patawarin Mo Ako Ako'y Nagugutom (1970)- Stars Rossana Marquez/ Directed by DLZ
Right- Jacobina: The Artists' Model (1970)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Lauro Delgado, Jessette Prospero, Mitos Gallardo and Oscar Roncal, Lito Legaspi/ Directed by Romy T. Espiritu
Modelong Ginto (1970)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Oscar Roncal, Stella Suarez, Robert Talabis/ Directed by Romy T. Espiritu
Magna Lucasta (1970)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Rico Roman, Gina Laforteza, Bert Martinez and Jennifer/ Directed by Teofilo Gozon
The Strip Teaser (1970)- Stars Johnny Delgado, Mel Francisco, Rico Roman and Rossana Marquez in the title role/ Directed by Chito B. Tapawan
Querida Mia (1971)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Eddie Garcia, Marilou Ver/ Directed by Deo Villegas
Francisca at Isabel (1971)- Stars Eddie Gutierez, Rossana Marquez, Eddie Garcia, Karina/ Directed by Tony Camonte
Dayupay (1971)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Eddie Garcia, Rico Roman/ Directed by Aquarius
Erotica (1971)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Eddie Garcia, Bert Leroy, Jr./ Directed by Deo Villegas
Bar Girl (1971)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Randy Robledo, Bella Flores, Liza Vergara, Robert Rivera and Dick Israel/ Directed by Danny Ochoa
Sexy Atsay (1971)- Stars Rossana Marquez, Rico Roman, Max Alvarado, Lauro Delgado/ Directed by Franklin Chacon