Basic Information: Director: Mar S. Torres; Writer: Pablo S. Gomez; Cast: Tirso Cruz III, Vilma Santos, Norma Blancaflor, Dely Atay-atayan, Ven Medina; Release Date:17 July 1970; Film poster credit: Video 48
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Film Achievement: Ding Dong was serialize weekly by United Komiks in 1970. It was written by comics novelist Pablo S. Gomez and illustrated by Alfredo P. Alcala. The comic novel was adapted into movie the same year. – Komiklopedia (READ MORE)
Film Review: Tirso Cruz III (born Tirso Silvano Cruz III, April 1, 1952, in Manila) is a Filipino actor and singer. He is one of the famous actors in Philippine show business. Nicknamed “Pip,” his love team with Nora Aunor is regarded as the most famous love team in Philippine Cinema. Tirso was first managed by the late Douglas Quijano. He is recently known for his villainous and supportive characters on TV and movies. He is married to Lynn Ynchausti-Cruz and has two sons (TJ and Bodie) and one daughter (Djanin). Tirso was Roman Catholic, and is now an Evangelical Born-Again Christian. – Wikipedia (READ MORE)
“…Jojo Lim, Vilma Santos Solid International, Incorporated (VSSI, Inc) president, told PEP, “Kahit love team na sina Vilma at Bobot Mortiz, ipina-partner pa rin si Vi sa iba’t ibang sikat na male heartthrobs noon.” Jojo mentioned singing sensation Eddie Peregrina (paired with Vi in Mardy and I Do Love You, both shown in 1970), showbiz royalty Jay Ilagan (Inspiration, Remembrance, Ang Konduktora all shown in ‘72, and Sister Stella L in ’84), young actor Paolo Romero (Ikaw Lamang in 1971), and even her rival’s partners, Tirso Cruz III (Dingdong, Give Me Your Love, and Nobody’s Child all in ’73) and Manny de Leon (Teenage Señorita in 1971). During her team-up with Edgar Mortiz, mestizo young star Jimmy Morato was reported courting Vilma…” – Rommel R. Llanes (READ MORE)
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