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Friday, July 17, 2009


Eddie Garcia is a respected and multi-awarded actor and director. A versatile performer, he can play both lead or contravida roles. In the many movies he made, one character that always stuck on one’s mind--- a mischievous fellow named 'Manuel Dakutin' or ‘Manoy.” He is fun and joy to watch in the many sex-comedy movies he appeared onscreen.

And it all started with this movie with a naughty title “Batuta ni Drakula” in 1971 and "Ako ang Nagbayo" in the mid-70s, where probably, the character 'Manoy' was first introduced.

Batuta ni Drakula (1971)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Panchito, Marilou Ver, Vina Morena, Vicky Sandoval, Pugak, Jerry Pons/ Directed by Luis San Juan

And here are some of Eddie's 'sexciting' movies and all the naughty titles---

Mag-asawa'y Di Biro... Huwag Iluwa Kung Mapaso (1976)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Gina Pareno, Daria Ramirez, Carmen Ronda and Marissa Delgado/ Directed by Jun Gallardo

Left- Atsay Killer (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Panchito, Lorli Villanueva, Cachupoy/ with Jean Saburit, Azenith Briones, Ana Marie Gutierrez, Janice Jurado, Luisa Munoz and Pia Moran/ Directed by Angel labra

Right- Atsay Killer: Buti Nga Sa 'Yo (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Panchito, Cachupoy, Fauzi Omar/ with Isabel Rivas, Barbara Luna, Julie Ann Fortisch, Donna Villa, Rosemarie de Vera/ Directed by Angel labra

May Lamok sa Loob ng Kulambo (1984)- Stars Gloria Diaz, Amy Austria, Eddie Garcia, Tommy Abuel, Suzanne Gonzales/ Introducing Lyka Ugarte/ Directed by Danny L. Zialcita

Kapag Baboy ang Inutang (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Ronaldo Valdez, Liza Lorena, Rey 'PJ' Abellana, Kristine Garcia, Ike Lozada, Dely Atay-Atyan, Tatlong Itlog/ Directed by Mauro Gia Samonte

Left- Matukso Kaya ang Anghel (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Sarsi Emmanuelle, Coca Nicolas, Myra Manibog and Pepsi Paloma/ Directed by Leonardo L. Garcia

Right- Erpat Kong Forgets (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Carmi Martin, Aga Muhlach, Janice de Belen, Arlene Muhlach, Tessie Tomas, Gary Lising, Lito Pimentel/ Directed by J. Erastheo Navoa

Left- Dumalaga (1984)- Stars Eddie Garcia, Barbara Luna, Raoul Aragonn, Marco Antonio and Emily Loren/ Directed by Mike Relon Makiling

Right- Public Enemy No. 2: Maraming Number Two (1985)- Stars Nida Blanca and Eddie Garcia/ Directed by Gene Palomo

- Mga Paru-Parong Buking (1985)- Stars Eddie Rodriguez, Eddie Garcia, George Estregan, Bernardo Bernardo/ with Susan Valdez, Liz Alindogan, Marilou Bendigo/ Directed by J. Erastheo Navoa

Right- Stomach In Chest Out (1988)- Stars Eddie Garcia and Paquito Diaz/ with Melissa De Leon, Janice Jurado, Debraliz Valasote, Dexter Doria and Monica Herrera/ Directed by Junn P. Cabreira

Left- Patigasan... Ang Labanan (1990)- Stars Eddie Garcia and Joey Marquez/ with Monica Herrera, Myrna Castillo, Sheila Ysrael, Dinah Dominguez, Ilonah Jean and Lani Lobangco/ Directed by J. Erasteheo Navoa

Right- Nagmumurang Kamatis (1997)- Stars Eddie Garcia and Boots Anson-Roa/ with Wendell Ramos, Cita Astals, Bob Soler, Sharmaine Arnaiz, Michelle Parton, Lou Veloso/ Directed by Luciano B. Carlos


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Anonymous said...


Eddie Garcia is a native of Casiguran, Sorsogon. Certainly, Sorsoganons are proud of him.

MANOY, is a Bicol word for KUYA. For females, it's MANAY, meaning ATE.
PASAWAY, is also an original Bicol word meaning nuisance. It's usually associated with rowdy kids.....


TheCoolCanadian said...


Yes, you're right. He belongs to the AGRA family. I know his family because I made Casiguran as my vacation town when I was a child. This is also the town where the Escuderos and the Bilbaos are from.

There's another bicol word that Eddie made popular: PUDAY, which is of course, a slang for vagina. He's one naughty dude, I tell you.


Video 48 said...

"MANOY, is a Bicol word for KUYA. For females, it's MANAY, meaning ATE." Thanks for clarifying,Auggie, but people thinks differently and associates it for something else, especially when Eddie G. says "Nagagalit na naman si 'Manoy.'" hahaha, all for fun!

Anonymous said...


Eddie deviced probably a double entendre for Manoy. But it's respect for an older brother. Puday, is of course the female genitalia.
TIGBAK, is a word for dead animals.
PADI is the equivalent of the Tagalog word of PARE or ERAP. Madi is the female form.
Gurang is for senior citizens...


Rodolfo Samonte said...

I first encountered Eddie Garcia in front of Sampaguita Pictures, on Gilmore Avenue, eons ago when I was a 14-year-old boy. A tall, gangly, really handsome, young mestizo-looking guy walked out of the Sampaguita gates. He hailed a passing passenger jeep and sat on the front seat where his tall, 6ft frame would have been most comfortable. That man was Eddie Garcia.
The most unforgettable line that he said in a movie was probably, and I can't remember exactly but I think it was Mga Ligaw na Bulaklak. In the scene he was an evil kontrabida who had kidnapped Cora played by Susan Roces, and was interrogating her as she was tied to a chair. Eddie Garcia looks at her in his most menacing look, and without batting an eye tells her: "Ang mga nagsisinungaling ay pinarurusahan ng Diyos, Cora." I thought this was the single most unforgettable line from the great Eddie Garcia. Not sure if he won a best supporting actor for that role, but then there were so many.

Unknown said...

hi, my friend wondering why i idolized eddie garcia as an actor,sa kabila ng aking edad...lol,i'm just only 19,when i startes idolized him and sometimes they think that i inlove with him, yes i truly inlove with him, but not as they malicious thinking, i inlove the way he acts,i reaaly really wanted to see him. (just share). as in FAN nya ako. and i hope someone help me to meet him personally. :)

Unknown said...

Hi itanong ko lang kung anong movie ni eddie garcia yung asawa niya si gina pareno. Action movie to eh. Pls pls

Unknown said...

He is the veteran actor and a multi-time award winning performer born in Sorsogon in 1929 he is a former Philippine soldier served in the Philippine Army then becomes a character actor portrayed either hero villain and comedy talents played in various roles in film television and media in Philippine entertainment history. Thanks! From:Wayne

Unknown said...

He played as AJ's grandfather Mang Julian in Juan dela Cruz also he played as Rose Salvador's grandfather in Sana Bukas ng Kahapon and he is the oldest ageless Filipino actor at age 85 years old looks young and active old man Thanks!!!!

Unknown said...

He will play as President Fidel V Ramos in a Filipino film and television by Star Cinema/ABS-CBN soon!!! Thanks!!! From:Wayne

Unknown said...

A Bicolano nickname of a popular veteran actor/.performer in real life was Eduardo V Garcia/Eddie Garcia alias Manoy a character monicker name or assumed identity.Thanks!!!

Unknown said...

He is a active old man and a Filipino actor/performer played either hero/anti-hero and comedy talents in film and television .Thanks!!!!!!

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Unknown said...

Bicolano version of Kuya/older brother in Bicol region dubbed Ilocanos of the south and famous nickname by veteran actor Eddie Garcia. Thanks!!!!!

Unknown said...

He is the contract star of Sampaguita Pictures under Jose Vera Perez during the 1950's and the 1960's era in Filipino films in the history of Philippine entertainment and media.Thanks!!! From:Wayne

Anonymous said...

hirap hanapin nyang BATUTA NI DRACULA. tsaka yung iba. any leads?


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