Filmography: Basta’t Isipin Mong Mahal Kita (1975)

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Basic Information: Directed: Armando De Guzman; Cast: Vilma Santos, Eugene Torre, Panchito, Coney Reyes, Roldan Aquino, Teroy De Guzman, Teddy Blarmino, Ellen Esguerra, Ponga, Greg Lozano, Rhonna Mercado, Golay, Menggay, Marlyn Pastera, Ursula carlos; Theme Songs: “Isipin mong Mahal Kita” performed by Vilma Santos

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Film Review: “…Eugene Torre: “…Medyo mahirap kasi (It was quite difficult because) I played a poor man and a rich man at the same time…I had to wear a tuxedo in some scenes then plain clothes the next. It was hard to make the switch…” – Manolo Pedralvez, Rappler, 28 June 2014 (READ MORE)

“…And so, to prove them wrong, Vilma’s manager smartly plotted follow-up recordings. Not only did Vilma record her follow-up album, she recorded a string of mini-LPs. Mini-LPs are shorter version of the big vinyl record with two songs on each side. She ventured into Tagalog songs, recording six songs that include instants hits like Isipin Mong Basta’t Mahal Kita, a theme song to a film she did opposite Filipino chess grand master, Eugene Torre; Palong-Palo, where she received a golden record award in 1974 and an up-tempo opm, Tok-Tok Palatok, another theme song from one of her comedy film with the same title opposite Jojit Paredes…” – RV (READ MORE)

“…Coney made her movie debut in “Return of the Dragon” in 1975. She has been hosted for Student Canteen since its first airing on GMA Network in 1975. In 1982, Coney Reyes left Studio Canteen for Eat Bulaga on RPN. In exchange, Chiqui Holmann-Yulo filled the slot vacated by Reyes. Coney’s hosting stint with Eat Bulaga opened more opportunities for her and has been co-starred with Dolphy, Fernando Poe Jr., Vilma Santos, Lorna Tolentino, Maricel Soriano, Helen Vela, Aiza Seguerra and Vic Sotto among others in several movies and TV programs…” – Wikipilipinas (READ MORE)

“Eugenio Torre (born November 4, 1951) is a chess Grandmaster (GM). He is considered the strongest chess player the Philippines has ever produced during the 1980s and 1990s period, following the heels of Fischer-era Filipino chess champions National Master (NM) Ramon Lontoc, International Master (IM) Renato Naranja, IM Rodolfo Tan Cardoso and GM Rosendo Balinas, Jr. Super GM Wesley So is currently the top Philippine chess player. GM Torre shot to prominence in 1976 as a possible future title challenger after winning a strong four-man tournament in Manila ahead of world champion Anatoly Karpov – thus becoming the first player to finish ahead of Karpov in a tournament since the latter became world champion. The high-point of his career came in the early 1980s when he was ranked world No.17; successfully going on to qualify to be a candidate for the world championship after tying for first with Lajos Portisch during the 1982 Toluca Interzonal. Torre has the distinction of being the first Asian player to earn the title of International Grandmaster. He qualified for the Candidates Matches for the 1984 World Championship. In that preliminary stage, the contenders play matches against each other to determine who will challenge the world champion. Torre was eliminated when he lost his match against Zoltán Ribli by a score of 6-4. After losing his quarter-final candidates match to Zoltán Ribli in 1983, Torre became disillusioned with chess and more or less went into semi-retirement. He went on to become a minor celebrity due to his daily one hour TV programme Chess Today…” – Wikipedia (READ MORE)

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Filmography: Bertang Kerengkeng (1976)

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Basic Information: Direction: Tito C. Sanchez; Story: Maria Theresa; Screenplay: Jose F. sabal; Cast: Edna Diaz, Lito Anzures, Rudy Fernandez, Vilma Santos, Grace Santos, Greg Lozano, Nello Nayo, Robert Miller, Romy Luartes, Joe Sison, Golay, Val Inglesias, Rey Sagum, Grace Hernandez, Boie Lalic; Original Music: Danny Subido; Cinematography: Ricardo Herrera

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Film Review: Angelito Castro Anzures popularly known as Lito Anzures (born on 22 February 1927 in Santa Ines, Bulacan, Philippines) was a Filipino actor. Lito worked in several films as a supporting actor. Lito died at the age of 67 in 1995. – Wikipedia (READ MORE)

“…Edna had her first taste of the entertainment business in 1974 when she joined the Miss Philippines Pageant. She bagged only the Miss Photogenic special award and was asked by Celso Ad Castillo to try acting. At the time, she was completing her Fine Arts degree, major in interior design, at the UERM, and her mother, Salvacion (who passed away last March at 92) had other plans. “Gustung-gusto ako ng mga producers and they were excited to cast me, but my mother wanted me to finish my studies first para anytime daw that I quit showbiz, eh, may fallback ako, at tama naman siya. The producers naman said they were willing to wait for me. Then right after college, we called them (Topaz Film Productions) and told them I was ready. They immediately cast me in the movie The Game of Death with Ramon Zamora, Evangeline Pascual and Eddie Garcia. Big time ang casting…” – Ricardo F. Lo (READ MORE)

Rodolfo “Rudy” Valentino Padilla Fernandez, screen name Rudy Fernandez[1] (March 3, 1952 – June 7, 2008), also known as “Daboy”, was a multi-awarded Filipino actor and producer. He came to prominence as an action star in the Philippine cinema during the 1980s up to the early 1990s. – Wikipedia (READ MORE)