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Sunday, October 28, 2012

SUSAN ROCES VISITS VIDEO 48

Ms. Susan Roces at Video 48,  October 27, 2012                                 


  





 SR viewing FPJ collage poster




SR signing "Perlas ng Silangan" theatrical poster

Me and SR

THE FIFTIES # 112: FRED MONTILLA AND GLORIA ROMERO IN "SIKLAB SA BATANGAS" (1952)

"Siklab sa Batangas" (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date July 19-28, 1952/ Dalisay Theater
Direction Nardo Vercudia
Cast Fred Montilla, Gloria Romero, Van de Leon, Ven Medina, Bella Flores, Tony Cayado, Martin Marfil, Justina David, Totoy Torrente, Armando Garces, Aring Bautista, Horacio Morelos, Ramon Revilla, Nardo Vercudia, Maria Ballesteros



Saturday, October 27, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 111: FRED MONTILLA AND ALICIA VERGEL IN "HIRAM NA MUKHA" (1952)

"Hiram na Mukha" (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date May 25- June 3, 1952/ Life Theater
Story Marcial Santillan
Direction Nardo Vercudia
Cast Fred Montilla, Alicia Vergel, Bert Olivar, Pedro Faustino, Rebecca Del Rio, Horacio Morelos, Eddie Garcia, Maria Ballesteros

Friday, October 26, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 110: JAIME DE LA ROSA AND DELIA RAZON IN "DIGMAAN NG DAMDAMIN" (1952)

"Digmaan ng Damdamin" (1952)
LVN Pictures
Release Date August 23- September 1, 1952/ Life Theater
Music Juan Silos, Jr.
Direction Artemio Marquez
Cast Jaime de la Rosa, Delia Razon, Alfonso Carvajal, Nida Blanca, Carlos Salazar, Elena Acosta, Citas Javellana, Armando Araneta, Victor Blanco

Thursday, October 25, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 109: PANCHO MAGALONA AND ALICIA VERGEL IN "BASAHANG GINTO" (1952)

"Basahang Ginto" (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date August 13-22, 1952/ Life Theater
Story Mars Ravelo
Direction Mar S. Torres
Cast Pancho Magalona, Alicia Vergel, Mtyrna Delgado, Aruray, Tony Cayado, Jose de Villa, Aring Bautista, Horacio Morelos, Maria Ballesteros, Dolores  Crescini, Dely Magpayo, Jose Salameda, Eddie Garcia, Herminia Caranea

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 108: PANCHO MAGALONA AND LINDA ESTRELLA IN "KASAYSAYAN NI RUDY CONCEPCION" (1952)

"Kasaysayan ni Rudy Concepcion" (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date November 1-10, 1952/ Life
Story Dr. Fausto J. Galauran
Music Juan Silos, Jr.
Direction Octavio Silos
Cast Pancho Magalona, Linda Estrella, Myrna Delgado, Tita Munoz, Tolindoy, Tony cayado, Jose de Villa

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 107: LILIA DIZON AND MARIO MONTENEGRO IN "BATHALUMAN" (1952)

"Bathaluman" (1952)
LVN Pictures
Release Date: July 29- August 7, 1952/ Dalisay
Music Quin Velasco
Direction Enrique Jarlego
Cast Lilia Dizon, Mario Montenegro, Evelyn Villar, Eusebio Gomez, Oscar Keese, Jose de Cordova, Victor Blanco, Nela Alvarez

Monday, October 22, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 106: TITA DURAN AND PANCHO MAGALONA IN "BUHAY PILIPINO" (1952)

"Buhay Pilipino" (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date July 4, 1952/ Life Theater
Direction Olive La Torre
Cas Tita Duran, Pancho Magalona, Rudy Francisco, Chichay, Tolindoy, Aruray, Sylvia La Torre, Leonara Ruiz

Sunday, October 21, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 105: PUGO AND TOGO IN "KAMBAL TUKO" (1952)

"Kambal Tuko" (1952)
LVN Pictures
Release Date April 25- May 4, 1952/ Life Theater
Story Nemesio E. Caravana
Music S.S. Suarez
Direction F. H. Constantino
Cast Pugo and Togo, Inday Jalandoni,Carmencita Palma, Eddie San Jose, Gil de Leon, Jose de Cordova, Chuchi, Ramon Monroy, Pamboy, Berting Liwanag, Henry Dayao


Saturday, October 20, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 104: NEPOMUCENO PRODUCTION'S "MGA BITUIN NG KINABUKASAN" (1952)

 "Mga Bitiin ng Kinabukasan" (1952)
Nepomuceno Productions
Release Date January 21- 30, 1952/ Dalisay Theater
Direction Jose Nepomuceno
Cast Lani Padilla, Roberto Rico, Pura Flor

Friday, October 19, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 103: EFREN REYES AND ESTER BUENAOBRA IN "NICOMEDES" (1952)

"Nicomedes" (1952)
People's Pictures/ Premiere Productions
Release Date: October 22-31, 1952/ Life theater
Story Angel Ad Santos
Direction Artemio Marquez
Cast Efren Reyes, Ester Buenaobra, Oscar Keese, Fernando Royo, Bebong Osorio, Jose Santago, Luis San Juan, Luis Vizconde, Dely Atay-atayan, Bruno Punzalan, Lito Anzures, Dory Lorenzana, Lory Gemora

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 102: TESSIE AGANA AS MARS RAVELO'S "REBECCA" (1952)

 
“Rebecca” (1952)
Sampaguita Pictures, Inc.
Release Date: January 1- 12, 1952/ Rialto
Story Mars Ravelo
Direction Olive de la Torre
Cast Tessie Agana, Tessie Martinez, Van de Leon, Rosa Mia, Bella Flores, Boy Alano, Etang Discher, Gloria Romero and Chichay & Tolindoy
 

Monday, October 15, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 101: DELIA RAZON AND MARIO MONTENEGRO IN "BOHEMIO" (1952)

 
“Bohemio” (1952)
LVN Pictures
Release Date: July 17-24, 1952/ Dalisay Theater
Music  Josefino Cenizal
Direction Dr. Gregorio Fernandez
Cast Delia Razon, Mario Montenegro, Merly Fernandez, Letty Alonso, Gil de Leon, Naty Bernardo,Eliseo Carvajal, Patsy Mateo, Etang Discher, Citas Javellana, Vicky Santos, Mining Alvarez, Juanita Rodriguez
 

Sunday, October 14, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 100: CESAR RAMIREZ AND GLORIA ROMERO IN FRANCISCO V. COCHING'S "PALASIG" (1952)

 
"Palasig"
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date April 15-24, 1952/ Life
Story Francisco V. Coching
Direction Artemio B. Tecson
Cast Cesar Ramirez, Gloria Romero, Aruray, Tony Cayado, Totoy Torrente, Pedro Faustino, Dolores Crescini
Synopsis: A sultan, on a pleasure trip, came to Manila where he meets a pretty girl whom he falls in love. They become engaged and they are making preparation for marriage when the Sultan is called by an urgent business to sail abroad. The girl who is left behind, thinking that he would not come back and fearing that she would be the object of sneers in the social group to which she belongs, marries another before the child she carries in her womb would begin to show.

After a time, however, the Sultan comes back, makes discreet inquiries and finds out what happened to his former sweetheart. Believing that the child is really his, he orders his aide, Dampilan, to kidnap the child which Dampilan does while the parents are away from home. The Sultan comes back to his sultanate, but keeps the presence of the child a secret to his people, until one day he decides tolet them know about it. The revelation is not welcome by his people, especially by Datu Balawis, his brother, who is now deprived of his succession right to the Sultanate by virtue of the presence of the child-heir who is named Palasig (Cesar Ramirez). Balawis plots to kill Palasig, but the child is ably defended by Dampilan, a loyal follower of the Sultan. But in one of his attempts to overthrow the Sultan, the latter is killed. Through the intervention of Dampilan, however, the child assumes the throne of his father.

The mother, in the meantime, thinking that her child was dead, adopts another and names her Florinda (Gloria Romero). Palasig all the while grows up into manhood and gives up the idea of seeing again his mother, inasmuch as she has not done anything to rescue him. He trains himself to be fit to honor his father’s throne. After some years, Florinda and her adopted Father, while on a trip to the south, fall prey to a group of Moro sea raiders. Florinda falls a captive to Datu Balawis group. When Palasig meets Florinda, he frees her and this leads to a feud between the two until Balawis is killed. It is clear that Palasig is in love with Florinda, and when he announces that he would marry her, the Sultan’s people repudiate his choice because the bride he has chosen is a Christian. Led by the council of panditas or Moro priests, even Dampilan, his loyal friend turns against Palasig. What happens henceforth is anybody’s guess.
(Source: Literary Song-Movie Magazine)

Thursday, October 11, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 99: ANITA LINDA AND DANILO MONTES IN "TATLONG KABANATA SA BUHAY KO..." (1952)

 
 "Tatlong Kabanata sa Buhay Ko"
Premiere Productions, Inc
Release Date July 9- 18, 1952/ Dalisay
Direction Eddie Infante
Cast Anita Linda, Danilo Montes, Patria Plata, Amparo Karagdag, Lopito, Ruben Rustia, Pancho Pelagio
 
 


Tuesday, October 9, 2012

DIREK MARILOU DIAZ-ABAYA, 57

MANILA, Philippines—Multi-awarded filmmaker Marilou Diaz-Abaya passed away at 6:30 p.m. on Monday at the St. Luke’s Hospital in Taguig City, after a five-year battle with cancer, her son Marc said. She was 57.

Only last September, Abaya posted this on her Facebook site: “The cancer cells in my brain have been reduced significantly since my radiation program three months ago. I’m off chemo for a whole month.”

Abaya also said she would just take hormone pills, which “would hopefully relieve me from the usual side effects.”

She had also planned to be “more physically active during this respite period.”
The award-winning director was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007. Her health improved in 2008. Abaya’s illness returned the following year. It was gone again in 2010 and recurred in 2011. “Now it’s stage 4, but she’s fighting it,” said Marc in an interview with the Philippine Daily Inquirer last month.

Marc, who is an actor and the frontman of the rock band Kwan, also said that “on bad days,” his mother relied on painkillers, but “on good days” she used her time to show support for her sons’ numerous endeavors.

In 2001, Diaz-Abaya was awarded the Arts and Culture Prize of the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prizes. The Fukuoka award is a highly prized honor awarded to Asians who have distinguished themselves in the field of culture. Her works “blends entertainment, social consciousness, and ethnic awareness,” according to the citation.

Her films have also been exhibited at festivals Munich, Dusseldorf and Fukuoka. Her 1998 masterpiece “Jose Rizal” was exhibited as the closing film at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City in March 1999. The film-and-video exhibit “Empire and Memory” marked the centennial of the 1899 Philippine-American War.

She was 2005 Women for Peace co-nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Born on March 30, 1955, in Quezon City, Diaz-Abaya graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, major in Communication Arts, degree from Assumption College in Makati in 1976. She obtained her Master of Arts in Film and Television from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 1979, and pursued post-graduate studies at London International Film School.

She was founder and president of Marilou Diaz-Abaya Film Institute and Arts Center, and film instructor at the Ateneo de Manila University.

Diaz-Abaya was married to filmmaker Manolo Abaya, with whom she had two sons, Marco and David, who is a cinematographer.—

 (Source: Inquirer Entertainment by Marinel R. Cruz with Almi M. Ilagan, Inquirer Research)http://entertainment.inquirer.net/61944/famed-tv-and-film-director-marilou-diaz-abaya-dies

THE MOVIES OF MARILOU DIAZ- ABAYA (Re-posted)

Left-1980: Tanikala written by Pablo Gomez, produced by Cine Filipinas Productions, starring Susan Roces, Bobby Vasquez, Eddie Garcia and Rita Gomez.
Right-1980: Brutal, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Bancom Audiovision, starring Amy Austria, Jay Ilagan, Johnny Delgado, Charo Santos
Did you know that Director Marilou Diaz-Abaya was only 24 years old when she did Tanikala in 1980, a much delayed movie project and initial venture of Cine Filipinas? Abaya was a graduate (with honors) of St. Theresa’s College and Assumption Convent, Outstanding Coed of the Year (1973-74), Teenage Ambassador of Goodwill, Karilagan Cultural Arts International awardee for Best Artistic Stage Performance of the Year and 1976 National Press Club awardee as Most Promising Stage Actress of the year. A promising credentials indeed for the young greenhorn in the local movie industry. Abaya soon established herself as one of the country’s best and finest directors, directing among others, Brutal (1980), Moral (1983), Karnal (1984), Baby Tsina (1984), Jose Rizal (1998) and Bagong Buwan (1999).
Left- 1983 : Moral, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Seven Star Productions, starring Lorna Tolentino, Gina Alajar, Sandy Andolong, Ana Marin, Laurice Guillen
Right- 1985: Baby Tsina, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Viva Films; starring Vilma Santos, Phillip Salvador, Caridad Sanchez
1984 : Karnal, rated A by the Film Ratings Board, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Cine Suerte productions; starring Charito Solis,Vic Silayan, Phillip Salvador, Joel Torre, Cecile Castillo
Left- 1991: Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo, written by Amado Lacuesta, produced by Regal Films’ starring Lorna Tolentino, Gabby Concepcion.

Right- 1992 :
Ikalabing-Isang Utos, produced by Regal Films; starring Aiko Melendez, Gabby Concepcion, Edu Manzano, Maricel Laxa.

Left- 1996 : Sa Pusod Ng Dagat, written by Jun Luna, produced by GMA Films; starring Jomari Yllana, Elizabeth Oropesa, Chin Chin Gutierrez, Rolando Tinio, Jhong Hilario
Right- 1998 : Jose Rizal, written by Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by GMA Films; starring Cesar Montano, Jaime Fabregas, Gina Alajar, Jhong Hilario, Gloria Diaz, Pen Medina
Left- 1999: Muro Ami, written by Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by GMA Films; starring Cesar Montano, Amy Austria, Pen Medina, Jhong Hilario
Right- 1999: Bagong Buwan, written by Marilou Diaz-Abaya, Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by Bahag-Hari Productions and Star Cinema; starring Cesar Montano, Amy Austria, Caridad Sanhchez, Jhong Hilario, Noni Buencamino, Ronnie Lazaro, Jericho Rosales
Diaz has directed at least twenty-one (21) full length feature films which include internationally exhibited films with English titles and subtitles. The partial list includes the following:
1980: Tanikala (Chains), written by Pablo Gomez, produced by Cine Filipinas Productions, starring Susan Roces, Bobby Vasquez, Eddie Garcia and Rita Gomez.
1980: Brutal (Brutal), written by Ricky Lee, produced by Bancom Audiovision, starring Amy Austria, Jay Ilagan, Johnny Delgado, Charo Santos; multi-awards from the 1980 Metro Manila Film Festival, Film Academy of the Philippines, FAMAS; exhibited at the PIA Film Festival, Tokyo.
1983 : Moral (Moral) , written by Ricky Lee, produced by Seven Star Productions, starring Lorna Tolentino, Gina Alajar, Sandy Andolong, Ana Marin, Laurice Guillen; rated A by the Film Ratings Board; 1984 British Film Institute Outstanding Film of the Year.
1984 : Karnal (Of the Flesh), rated A by the Film Ratings Board, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Cine Suerte productions; starring Charito Solis,Vic Silayan, Phillip Salvador, Joel Torre, Cecile Castillo; Multi-awards from 1984 Metro Manila Film Festival, FAMAS, Film Academy of the Philippines, Catholic Mass Media; Gawad URIAN pelikula ng dekada 80; exhibited in Sceaux,Paris Women’s Film Festival (1985); in retrospective in Munich and Dusseldorf (1999).
1985: Baby Tsina, written by Ricky Lee, produced by Viva Films; starring Vilma Santos, Phillip Salvador, Caridad Sanchez; exhibited in ASEAN Festival, Tokyo (1988).
1991: Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo, written by Amado Lacuesta, produced by Regal Films’ starring Lorna Tolentino, Gabby Concepcion.
1992 : Ikalabing-Isang Utos, produced by Regal Films; starring Aiko Melendez, Gabby Concepcion, Edu Manzano, Maricel Laxa.
1994 : Ipaglaban Mo, The Movie (Redeem her Honor), written by Ricky Lee, produced by Star Cinema; starring nida Blanca, Ronaldo Valdez, Elizabeth Oropesa, Chin Chin Gutierrez, Sharmaine Arnaiz, Joel Torre, Ricky Davao; exhibited at the Fukuoka International Film Festival (1995), Tokyo (1995) New Delhi (1996).
1995 : Milagros (Milagros), written by Rolando Tinio, produced by Crown Seven, starring Elizabeth Oropesa, Sharmaine Arnaiz, Dante Rivero, Joel Torre, Raymond Bagatsing, Noni Buencamino; exhibited at the Film Festivals of Fukuoka, Tokyo, Pusan Munich, Dusseldorf; Gawad Urian Pelikula ng Dekada 90.
1996 : Sa Pusod Ng Dagat (In the Navel of the Sea), written by Jun Luna, produced by GMA Films; starring Jomari Yllana, Elizabeth Oropesa, Chin Chin Gutierrez, Rolando Tinio, Jhong Hilario; exhibited at the film festivals in Berlin, Munich, Dusselfdorf, Singapore, Brussels, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Pusan, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Hawaii, and others; NETPAC Award; FIPRESCI award.
1998 : Jose Rizal, written by Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by GMA Films; starring Cesar Montano, Jaime Fabregas, Gina Alajar, Jhong Hilario, Gloria Diaz, Pen Medina; multi-awarded by the Metro Manila Film Festival (1998), Gawad Urian, Star Awards, FAMAS; commercially released at the Iwanami Hall, Tokyo (2000); exhibited at the film festivals of Berlin, Munich, Dusseldorf, Madrid, Paris, Singapore, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Pusan, Monteal, Vancouver, Guggenheim Museum of New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Hawaii, and others.
1999: Muro Ami (Reef Hunters), written by Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by GMA Films; starring Cesar Montano, Amy Austria, Pen Medina, Jhong Hilario; multi-awarded by the Metro Manila Film Festival (1999), FAMAS, Star Awards; exhibited in the film festivals in Fukuoka, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Hawaii, and others.
1999: Bagong Buwan (New Moon), written by Marilou Diaz-Abaya, Ricky Lee, Jun Lana, produced by Bahag-Hari Productions and Star Cinema; starring Cesar Montano, Amy Austria, Caridad Sanhchez, Jhong Hilario, Noni Buencamino, Ronnie Lazaro, Jericho Rosales; rated A by the Film Ratings Board; multi-awarded by the Metro Manila Film Festival (2001); exhibited at the film festivals of Asia Society of New York, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Pusan, Hawaii, and others.
2003 : Noon at Ngayon (Then and Now),written by Ricky Lee, produced by Star Cinema; starring Dina Bonnevie, Laurice Guillen, Jericho Rosales, Cherrie Pie Picache, Eula Valdez, Jean Garcia ; rate A by the Cinema Evaluation Board; exhibited at the film festivals of Hawaii, Fukuoka,Tokyo, San Francisco, and others.
Film Institute & Arts Center

2003 : Noon at Ngayon,written by Ricky Lee, produced by Star Cinema; starring Dina Bonnevie, Laurice Guillen, Jericho Rosales, Cherrie Pie Picache, Eula Valdez, Jean Garcia

Monday, October 8, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 98: ALICIA VERGEL, CESAR RAMIREZ, GLORIA ROMERO IN "MADAM X" (1952)

"Madam X"
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date February 10-19, 1952/ Dalisay
Writer Dr. Fausto J. Galauran
Direction Artemio Tecson
Cast Alicia Vergel, Cesar Ramirez, Gloria Romero, Chichay, Tolindoy, Tony Cayado, Jose de Villa, Pedro faustino, Aring Bautista, Precy Ortega


Saturday, October 6, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 97: NENA CARDENAS AND EDUARDO DEL MAR IN "MALULOS" (1952)

"Malulos"
Premiere Productions

Release Date January 31- February 9, 1952/ Dalisay
Direction Consuelo P. Osorio
Cast Nena Cardenas, Eduardo 'Eddie' del Mar, Lopito, Oscar Keese, Arturo Lerma, Ruben Rustia, Rosita Noble, Amelita Sol, Dolly Garcia, Luis San juan, Nello Nayo, Francisco Cruz, Lito Anzures



Thursday, October 4, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 96: TESSIE AGANA AND LINDA ESTRELLA IN "KERUBIN" (1952)


"Kerubin" (1952)- Stars Tessie Agana, Linda Estrella, Van de Leon, Chichay, Tolindoy/ Directed by Octavio Silos
Synopsis: Kerubin (Tessie Agana), a naughty little angel makes St. Peter sore by being constantly late because of ever wandering into space even after the heavy gates of heaven are closed. So the St. Peter sends Kerubin to earth, and can only return to heaven on the condition that the angel should make a sad soul happy.

Kerubin chooses to console Anastacia (Linda Estrella). Ana is a frustrated wife who wants to be a mother. She is a devout woman, but her prayers are not answered. Her troubles assume desperate proportions when her husband (Van de Leon), tired of being a childless husband, decides to date and flirt with a scheming woman, Margarita (Bella Flores).

So Kerubin goes straight to Ana and makes her known of her heavenly mission. The naughty angel makes sad Ana a happy woman, all right, but complications follow, because the vision of Kerubin is only visible to Ana, and to her maid, Panchang (Chichay).

When the husband begins to notice the strange behavior of his wife and the maid, talking to invisible being, and similar other unexplained incidents, he tells this to Margarita who believes that Ana is getting insane, due to her frustrated desire to have a child and to the infidelity of the husband. Here’s a good chance to get rid of her, says Margarita. Send her to the asylum.

Judicial proceedings to have Ana confined begin, but the first lawyer hired by the adulterous couple, after investigating the case, turns down the job of sending Ana to the asylum, because Divinia, his wife, believes that Ana is telling the truth.

Panchang escapes Ana’s household after testifying to Ana’s insanity, because she is threatened by Ana’s husband. She takes refuge in the lawyer's house who is now convinced that Ana is not off her mind. In the meanwhile, another lawyer is hired, and during the court hearing, petitioners have all the evidence on their side. The first lawyer, Justo, in vain tries a brilliant defense. Just when everything is about lost, and the Judge is about to issue out the order of confinement, Kerubin comes into the courtroom to validate Justo’s objections and to sway the balance of justice in favor of Ana.

And that’s not enough. Back in heaven, Kerubin urges St. Peter to intercede on Ana’s behalf so that she may be given a child, one who just looks like Kerubin. Petition granted. (Source: Literary Song-Movie magazine)



Tuesday, October 2, 2012

THE FIFTIES # 95: FRED MONTILLA & MYRNA DELGADO IN GEMILIANO PINEDA'S "TULISANG PUGOT" (1953): KOMIKS SERIAL AND MOVIE ADAPTATION/ Re-posted

"Tulisang Pugot," is our Pinoy version of the headless horseman of the Sleepy Hollow. Based on komiks serial created by Gemiliano Pineda, published in Liwayway magazine, it starred Fred Montilla and Myrna Delgado under Octavio Silos direction.


"Tulisang Pugot" (1953)
Sampaguita Pictures
Release Date August 23- September 1, 1953/ Dalisay
Direction Octavio Silos
Cast Fred Montilla, Myrna Delgado, Tita Munoz, Chichay, Tolindoy, Bert Olivar, Jose de Villa, Pedro Faustino/ Directed by Octavio Silos






Liwayway Magazine/ 1950-51


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