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Monday, April 25, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., PAQUITO DIAZ, LITO ANZURES, VICTOR BRAVO, PABLO VIRTUOSO, DENCIO PADILLA IN "ANG SALARIN" (1965)


"Ang Salarin" (1965)
RTG Productions
Release Date August 9, 1965/ Boulevard
Screenplay Fred Navarro
Music Tony Maiquez
Executive Producer Ruben T. Gozon
Story and Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Paquito Diaz, Lito Anzures, Victor Bravo, Pablo Virtuoso, Dencio padilla/ Introducing Veronica Luna, Ofelia Dayrit


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., VAN DE LEON, PAQUITO DIAZ AND BARBARA PEREZ IN "ANG MANANANDATA" (1965)


"Ang Mananandata" (1965)
FPJ Productions
Release Date June 23, 1965/ Avenue
Screenplay Fred Navarro
Director of Photography Sergio Lobo
Music Ariston Avelino
Direction Armando A. Herrera
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Van de Leon, Paquito Diaz and Barbara Perez/ Also Starring Lito Anzures, Victor Bravo, Dencio Padilla, Bert Olivar, Boy Francisco, Manolo Robles, Eddie Torrente, Avel Morado, Resty Sandel, Vic Varrion, Mario Escudero, Vic Uematsu, Bino Garcia and Angel Buenaventura/ Co-Starring Ben Sanchez, Robert Talby, Romy Nario, Marco Madrid, Diego Guerrero, Rudy Meyer, Manny Sanchez, Belo Borja and the SOS Daredevils/TNT Boys/ Featuring Rita Gonzales, Arnold Yabut, Abe Saavedra, Reny Ilagan and Leni Trinidad





FPJ and co-star Paquito Diaz


FPJ with Victor Bravo, Lito Anzures, Manolo Robles

Thursday, March 31, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., SUSAN ROCES, OSCAR KEESEE, LITO ANZURES, PABLO VIRTUOSO, DENCIO PADILLA IN "ANG DAIGDIG KO'y IKAW" (1965)


"Ang Daigdig Ko'y Ikaw" (1965)
FPJ Productions
Release Date April 25, 1965/ Globe
Music Tony maiquez
Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Susan Roces, Oscar Keesee, Lito Anzures, Victor Bravo, Pablo Virtuoso, Dencio Padilla, Vic Varrion, Mario Escudero



Dealing what the local movie world later termed as a real “coup” and what the movie beat reporters pinned down as a “scoop,” Ronnie successfully made the first bid for Susan’s initial services as a freelancer. He did it by making a good offer, one of which was an astounding salary hike. The considerably measly fee per picture she formerly received from her home studio (Sampaguita Pictures) was multiplied by several times when Susan starred in FPJ’s “Ang Daigdig Ko’y Ikaw.”

From: Screen Stardom/ 1964
Susan played the role of a heiress who ran away from her father who wanted her to marry someone she didn't like (similar to the storyline of 1934 classic "It Happened One Night"). She jumped off from a yatch where she was being detained, and swam nearby.

 

She was able to hide at the rear of Ronnie's delivery truck while Ronnie and his two buddies, Pablo (Virtuoso) and Dencio (Padilla) were busy doing some repairs on their always troublesome truck. Her presence was finally discovered and their (mis)adventures began.


Troubles began to pop up now and then when they were being pursued by Susan's father henchmen. This was aggravated more of the truck's mechanical troubles.

Ronnie found out her real identity.



ANG DAIGDIG KO’Y IKAW
Music by Tony Maiquez
Lyrics by Levi Celerio

Wala nang ibang ligaya pa sa buhay
Ang daigdig ko’y ikaw kailan pa man
Sana’y iyong dinggin
Ang daigdig ko’y ikaw
Buhay kong madilim
Ikaw lang ang ilaw
Nuong una pa ay aking nabatid
Na ang sulyap mo ay mayroong pagibig
Habang naninimdim lalung nagmamahal
Ang puso kong baliw
Ang langit ay ikaw
Wala nang ibang ligaya pa sa buhay
Ang daigdig ko’y ikaw kailan pa man
Huwag magtataka ang daigdig ko’y ikaw
At kung lilimot ka ako’y mamamatay
Wala nang ibang ligaya pa sa buhay
Ang daigdig ko’y ikaw kailan pa man




Wednesday, March 16, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., PAQUITO DIAZ, LITO ANZURES, VICTOR BRAVO, VIC VARRION, MIKE PARSONS, OSCAR KEESEE, VIC SILAYAN IN "SA BAWA'T HAKBANG... PANGANIB!" (1965)


"Sa Bawa't Hakbang...Panganib!" (1965)
Jafere Productions
Release Date March 1965
Music Tony Maiquez
Direction Armando A. Herrera
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Paquito Diaz, Lito Anzures, Victor Bravo, Vic Varrion/ With the participation of Mike Parsons, Oscar Keesee, Vic Silayan, Nello Nayo, Manolo Robles, Boy Francisco, Totoy Torrente, Jennings Sturgeon, Eddie Torrente, Vic Uematsu






Tuesday, March 8, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., LIZA MORENO, PAQUITO DIAZ, JOHNNY MONTEIRO, LITO ANZURES IN "TIERRA VERDE" (1965)


"Tierra Verde" (1965)
FPJ Productions
Release Date February 14, 1965/Globe
Music Tony Maiquez
Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Paquito Diaz, Johnny Monteiro, Lito Anzures, Victor Bravo, Nello Nayo, Dencio Padilla, Mario Escudero and Liza Moreno




Tuesday, February 23, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., JOHN SAXON, ROBERT AREVALO, MIKE PARSONS, VIC DIAZ, VIC SILAYAN, KRISTINA SCOTT AND BRONWYN FITZSIMON IN "HANGGANG MAY KALABAN" (1965)

 

"Hanggang May Kalaban" (1965)
Hemisphere Pictures, Inc. 
and Filipinas Productions, Inc.
Release Date February 7, 1965/ Center
Story Eddie Romero
Screenplay Cesar J. Amigo and Eddie Romero
Music Tito Arevalo
Executive Producer Kane Lynn
Producer and Direction Eddie Romero
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., John Saxon and Bronwyn FitzSimon/ Also Starring Robert Arevalo, Mike Parsons, Vic Diaz, Vic Silayan and Introducing Kristina Scott

The movie was also released in local theaters as "Only the Brave Know Hell"


and in DVD as "The Ravagers"






 --- to read, click images to enlarge---

Literary Song-Movie Magazine
March 1, 1965


Saturday, February 20, 2016

MASTER SWORDSMAN JOHNNY MONTEIRO TOPS THEM ALL/ 1964

During the 1964 MPCP (Movie Press Club of the Philippines) Awards Night at National Press Club, Monching Lopez, a MPCP member, thought of a novel idea at the last moment… he bought wax bullets and announced a surprise award for the best marksman of the night. Called to participate were Fernando Poe, Jr., Joseph Estrada, Nestor de Villa and Johnny Monteiro. Surprisingly, Johnny, the swordsman won over the nation’s two top action stars.


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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR. (IN A DUAL ROLE), FE GALVEZ, MARION DOUGLAS, JOSE ROMULO, LITO ANZURES, VICTOR BRAVO IN "MAGINOONG TULISAN" (1965)


"Maginoong Tulisan" (1965)
RTG Productions
Release Date January 15, 1965
Screenplay Fred Navarro
Music Tony Maiquez
Producer Ruben T. Gozon
Story and Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Fe Galvez, Marion Douglas/ Also Starring Jose Romulo, Lito Anzures, Renato Robles, Nello Nayo, Pablo Virtuoso, Dencio Padilla, Ruben de Jesus, Avel Morado, Vic Varrion and Victor Bravo


The movie was released in Original DVD

Thursday, January 28, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., BOB SOLER, JOHNNY MONTEIRO AND EFREN REYES AS THE "MASKARADOS" (1964)


"Maskarados" (1964)
Jafere Productions
Release Date November 27- December 4, 1964/ Center
Music Tony Maiquez
Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Bob Soler, Johnny Monteiro and Efren Reyes/ Also Starring Lani Oteyza, Nova Villa, Lauro Delgado, Oscar Keesee, Lito Anzures, Nello Nayo, Pablo Virtuoso, Dencio Padilla, Mario Escudero, Avel Morado, Vic Varrion, Larry Silva and Victor Bravo/ with Norma Blancaflor in a special performance/ Guest Stars- Elvira Reyes, Ruben Rustia




Friday, January 15, 2016

FERNANDO POE, JR., CECILIA LOPEZ, JOHNNY MONTEIRO, OSCAR KEESEE, RAMON D'SALVA, LITO ANZURES IN "ORLANDO ROMANO (1964)


"Orlando Romano" (1964)
Jafere Productions
Release Date October 14, 1964/ Center
Music Paquito Toledo
Direction Efren Reyes
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Cecilia Lopez, Johnny Monteiro, Oscar Keesee, Ramon D'Salva, Lito Anzures, Nello Nayo, Pablo Virtuoso, Dencio Padilla, Miguel Lopez, Avel Morado, Vic Varrion, Larry Silva and Victor Bravo/ Guest stars Mary Walter, Aruray, Johnny Long, Chuchi/ with the special performances of Jay Ilagan, Berting Labra, Jr., Danilo Santos


FPJ (as Orlando Romano) on the receiving end, as he was being hit with solid punches by (Victor Bravo) as the other, (Larry Silva) holding him up, in this exciting scene from Jafere Productions' "Orlando Romano" (1964)---