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Sunday, December 2, 2007


James Batman (1966) with Dolphy

Agent Wooly Booley at ang 7 Bikini (1966) with Chiquito

Target: Sexy Rose (1966) with Chiquito and Divina Valencia

Mister 8 Ball (1967) with Chiquito

Pinoy James Bond movies continued towards the end of the 60s and the 70s. After four successful James Bond series --- Dr. No (1962), From Russia With Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964) and Thunderball (1965)--- Hollywood’s James Bond continued to come up one series after another in such blockbuster films as You Only Live Twice (1967); On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) and Diamonds Are Forever (1971). Besides Dolphy and Chiquito, other top local actors, Eddie Rodriguez, Zaldy Zshornack, Nestor de Villa, Romano Castellvi and Romeo Vasquez also joined the bandwagon of spy agents. Also, a female James Bond, in the person of actress Liza Moreno debuted as Agent X-011 in the movie, Dalaga Mayor. Tony Ferrer, Alberto Alonzo and Eddie Fernandez continued to do their usual roles as Agent X-44, Agent 69 and Lagalag respectively.

See Pinoy James Bond Part One

Cobra (1966) with Eddie Rodriguez

The Jokers (1967) with Eddie Rodriguez

The Shadow (1967) with Eddie Rodriguez

Spy Killer (1966) with Zaldy Zshornack

Espionage, Inc (1967) with Zaldy Zshornack

The Golden Buddha (1966) with Zaldy Zshornack

Tiger Lady (1966) with Romano Castellvi

Crossfire (1966) with Romano Castellvi

Lady Killer (1965) with Romano Castellvi

Espiya Kontra Espiya (1966) with Nestor De Villa and Divina Valencia

Dalaga Mayor (1966) with Liza Moreno

Doble Trece (1966) with Romeo Vasquez

The Experts (1967) with Alberto Alonzo as Agent 69

Wanted Johnny L (1966) with Bernard Bonnin, Alberto Alonzo and Eddie Fernandez

Nabubuhay sa Panganib (1966) with Eddie Fernandez

Death Trap (1967) with Eddie Fernandez


Anonymous said...

Damn, they don't make movies like this anymore...

Anonymous said...

Where can we find these movies? Do copies of them still exist?

Unknown said...

All pinoy spy movies became popular in the philippines inspired from James Bond Charlie's Angels Hawaii 5 0 and other favorites remain a popular culture throughout the world and remains a cherished treasures of all movies especially in the United States and Europe Australia Japan China Hongkong Korea and others.thanks for the information about your comments in your opinion.From:Wayne

Unknown said...

A collection of Pinoy spy/adventure/action/drama inspired from American and European espionage films television books comics animated series action figures dolls and media was part of the entertainment and the media world as collectors item a memorabilia of action/adventure films for a long time.Thanks for the information:From:Wayne

Unknown said...

Where you find a classic Filipino espionage films from the 1960's and 1970's at the website or EBay and Amazon.com like DVD and Blu-ray Disc mostly refurbished Pinoy classic films on the website.Thanks! From:Wayne

Unknown said...

They are hard to find classic Filipino films like drama action/adventure/comedy western historical epic military war teen drama musical drama religious drama horror/mystery/suspense and others to look for a video(DVD and Blu-ray Disc )Thanks! From:Wayne


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