In the early years of his showbiz career, Fernando Poe, Jr. or Ronnie, was a picture of a misunderstood young man--- a trouble-maker, a peace-breaker, a snob, short-tempered and quick with his fists. In short, a delinquent. Being the leader of the popular 50s gang, Lo’ Waist Gang, FPJ and the rest of his gang mates were always in the middle of the fight. They were provoked because of the roles they played in the movie. The article below will somehow clarify some of these misconceptions.
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Source: Literary Song-Movie Magazine/ April 30, 1961