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Wednesday, May 28, 2008


"Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan" (1967)- Stars Eddie Rodriguez, Lolita Rodriguez and Marlene Dauden/ Directed by Fely Crisostomo

Best Picture - Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan (Virgo Film Productions)
Best Actor - Fernando Poe, Jr. (Mga Alabok Sa Lupa/ FPJ Productions)

Best Actress - Marlene Dauden (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Supporting Actress - Bella Flores (Kaibigan Ko'ng Sto. Nino/ Lea Productions)
Best Supporting Actor - Rod Navarro (Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak/ Nepomuceno Productions)

Best Director - Fely Crisostomo (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Child Actress - Gina Alajar (Kaibigan Ko'ng Sto. Nino)

Best Story - Louise de Mesa (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan) )

Best Screenplay - Nilo Saez (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Cinematography (Color) - Luis Nepomuceno (Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak)

Best Cinematography (Black & White) - Ricardo Remias (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Editing - Gervacio Santos (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Musical Score - Tony Maiquez (Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan)

Best Sound - Juanito Clemente (Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak)

Special Awardees:

Dr. Ciriaco Santiago Memorial Award - Emmanuel Rojas

see FAMAS List of Winners
see FAMAS Unofficial website
More on FAMAS

Mga Alabok sa Lupa (1967)- Stars Fernando Poe, Jr., Divina Valencia, Paquito Diaz, Lito ANzures and Johnny Monteiro/ Directed by Armando A. Herrera

Dahil sa Isang Bulaklak (1967)- Stars Charito Solis, Ric Rodrigo, Paraluman, Rod Navarro, Ben Perez/ Introducing Liza Lorena

Kaibigan Ko'ng Sto. Nino (1967)- Stars Gloria Romero, Luis Gonzales, Eddie Garcia, Bella Flores, Roger Calvin/ Introducing Gina ALajar and Roderick (Paulate)/ Directed by Armando de Guzman

1 comment:

TheCoolCanadian said...

KAIBIGAN KO'NG STO NIÑO was actually written by A.S. TENORIO, but Mrs. Miling Blas , producer of Lea Poductions, struck a deal with Tenorio and Ravelo. Mrs. Blas had smash hit films after smash hit films – especially the ones based on Mars Ravelo's komiks serials. She wanted to use RAVELO'S name as the author of the series and that was what happened. Tenorio agreed to receive the payment because he was supporting his family. What was so ridiculous was: the komiks readers who were also the moviegoers, knew who exactly wrote the story, and the film became a hit anyway, because it was already presold to the the reading public.

Not a very good PR move for Lea Productions and the public felt cheated.

Lea had produced some of the best Filipino films, yet they had sort of tarnished their reputation because of this kafufle.


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