The story of an epic battle between the local Philippine Mandaya tribe and the native American Indians but ends up in peace and unity.
Story: Dado C. Lumibao
The film is based on the popular television soap opera or drama series, it follows Esperanza's (Judy Ann Santos) search for her real family. It seems that Esperanza's mother, Isabel, and father Juan Selgado, got married without the approval of Isabel's mom. To be together Isabel refused to marry the man her mother promised her to, Jaime Elustre, and Juan left the girl he had been dating at the time, Sandra.
Cast: Ace Vergel, Chanda Romero, Vivian Velez, Angelo Ventura
Cast: Carmen Rosales, Ric Rodrigo, Lolita Rodriguez, Eddie Gutierrez, Josephine Estrada, Naty Santiago, Mitos Seva, Jose Morelos, Boy Alano, Marcela Garcia, Matimtiman Cruz, Ely Roque
217. Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure (2001)
219. Annie Batungbakal (1980)
Cast: Nora Aunor, Nida Blanca, Lloyd Samartino, Nestor De Villa, Lorli Villanueva, Michael Villar, Mary Grace Santos, Paquito Salcedo, Tino De Lara, Alma Moreno, Marco Sison
Romance comedy and musical blended into an entertaining sequel of Waray-Waray (1954) and Handang Matodas (1956) about a wacky couple, now parents to a set of twins. "Spectacular box-office blockbuster...Nida and Nestor at their merriest..." Daily Mirror, January 2, 1958
Cast: Aga Muhlach, Regine Velasquez, Bobby Andrews, Robert Arevalo, Sherilyn Reyes, Bojo Molina, Charlie Davao, Evangeline Pascual, Ricci Ocampo, Lui Manansala,
Cast: Sharon Cuneta, Lorna Tolentino, Edu Manzano, Tonton Gutierrez, Sandy Andolong, Ronnie Ricketts, Rosa Rosal, Vina Morales, Gladys Reyes, Dawn Zulueta, Eddie Arenas, Amado Cortez, Eva Darren, Rose Ann Gonzales, Romeo Rivera
223. Sabel (2004)
226. Jay (2008)
227. Despatsadora (Sales Lady or Store Attendant) (1955)
230. Asiong Aksaya (1977)
231. Magkapatid - Sisters(2002)
Story: Mel Mendoza Del Rosario
232. Annie Sabungera (1982)
Cast: Christopher De Leon, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Albert Martinez, Cherie Gil, Anne Curtis, Chubi del Rosario, Delia Razon, Pinky Amador, Ernie Zarate, Amparo Sietereales, Jan Urbano, Rico Miguel, Chari Arespacochaga, Boy Tinio, Jessette Prospero
Every child is an angel and a blessing from God. The birth of Angela (Anne Curtis) brings tremendous joy to the couple David (Christopher de Leon) and Sara (Zsa Zsa Padilla). Angela would complete their union and makes them a complete family. But as Angela grows up she proves to be more of a curse than a blessing. And her grandmother Doña Aurora (Delia Razon) is sure about this but she is still searching for the perfect evidence. Angela herself is confused. What is going on and how can she control it? Angela is only sure of one thing though she does not want her power. Her childhood friend Gabriel (Chubi del Rosario) has always admired Angela. He has long been waiting for a chance to let her know how he feels. The time comes when the forces of evil take human forms in Ceasar (Albert Martinez) and Marge (Cherie Gil). Powered by their love for the young lady, David, Sara and Gabriel battle against the evil forces to save Angela from doom.
235. Panaghoy sa Suba (2004)
238. Ano ang Kulay ng Mukha ng Diyos? (1986)
Directed By: Lino Brocka
240. Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan (2013)
241. Pag-asa (1951)
242. Mutya ng Pasig - Beauty of Pasig (1949)
243. Hong Kong Holiday (1957) *
Ana Lee (Gloria Romero), the daughter of one of the richest tycoons in Hong Kong and a direct descendant of the Lee Shiu Jiang dynasty, finds herself back in her home country after spending seven years abroad. She soon finds out that her father has betrothed her to one of his son's friends--- a Chinese tradition she has no control over. Spurning the thought of betrothal, Ana runs away and meets a trio of poor boaters living on the coasts of Hong Kong, led by Pak Tai Do (Dolphy). They welcome her and she becomes a boatwoman herself, ferrying people to and from their destinations. There she meets Robert (Ric Rodrigo), a rich Portuguese who falls for her beauty and rescues her from poverty. The two soon fall in love with each other, but it isn't long before word reaches Ana's father and Robert's ex-girlfriend, Dora (Paraluman) and both make things awry for Ana once more.
245. Florante at Laura (1949)
247. Diegong Tabak (1961) *
Cast: Leopoldo Salcedo, Vic Diaz, Fred Montilla, Lolita Rodriguez, Lito Legaspi, Tony Marzan, Liberty Ilagan, Eddie Garcia
250. MN (1954)
251. Saan Nagtatago Ang Pag-ibig (1987)
A political satire that is still happening up to this day with Dolphy as one of the all too good to be true mayoral candidate in Kandidatong Pulpol (1961)
257. Kandidatong Pulpol – Lame Candidate (1961)
260. Mga Reyna ng Vicks (1957)
The sing and dance number in the film is one of the most memorable musical sequence in Philippine cinema history.
263. Alyas Sakay (1961)
265. Tahimik Ngunit Mapanganib – Silent But Dangerous (1962)
266. Kaaway ng Babae – Enemy of Women (1947)
Cast: Jose Padilla Jr., Lilia Dizon, Alfonso Carvajal, Armando Goyena, Bayani, Angge, Bino Martinez, Zony Quizon, Amandita, Dolly Garcia, Carmencita Palma, Mary Lou Ramos, Ana Serrano, Armando Canseco, Luis San Juan
268. Kasal o Sakal – Marriage or Strangulation (1963)
Directed By: Johnny Reyes Story: Pedrito Reyes Screenplay: Johnny Reyes
270. Sabungera - Cockfighter (1954) *
271. Cavalry Command (1958)
Boksingera was supposed to be for action queen of the 50s Alicia Vergel but when she got married to Cesar Ramirez, she was not able to do it. At that time, Susan Roces was just discovered by Doc Perez and eventually, the role was given to her. It was supposed to be Susan's launching movie but the producer decided to release it at a later date because Susan was not yet known by the public at that time. So, Doc Perez introduced Susan first in Miss Tilapia. Together with the newly-discovered actor Romeo Vasquez, they played second lead to Gloria Romero and Ric Rodrigo. In the komiks serial, Boksingera was an action-drama novel fitted for Alicia Vergel but when she declined to do the movie, the storyline was changed to suit Ms. Roces and the producer decided to make it as a comedy-drama movie, and they added "Daw!" to the title of the movie.
274. Kristo (1996)
Story: Emmanuel H. Borlaza, Ruben Arthur Nicdao, Ben Yalung
This is one of two Nora Aunor entries to the 1970 Manila Film Festival. The other was Nora in Wonderland. It was around this time when the battle for Nora Aunor's services started between Sampaguita and Tower Productions. Young at Heart was Sampaguita's entry while Nora in Wonderland was Tower Productions. During the Parade of Stars, Nora rode with her Wonderland leading man Manny de Leon while Tirso rode with Nora's substitute, the doll Maria Leonora Theresa.
Two island lovers--both of opposing religions--fall in love and flee to a remote island. Warriors from the girl's tribe put to sea in an effort to track them down. Trouble soon follows.
278. Victory Joe (1946)
280. DoReMi (1996)
281. Prinsesang Gusgusin – Dirty Princess (1957)
Philippine version of Cinderella type of story. A young lovely lass is being maltreated by her other sisters but one day a beggar predicted she will marry a prince.
D' Anothers is a 2005 comedy-horror film starring Vhong Navarro and Toni Gonzaga.
284. Bituing Marikit – Beautiful Star (1956) *
A story which explores the dark and dangerous dealings of the Manila underworld.
287. Sandra (1959)
Directed By: Jose De Villa
Cast: Carmen Rosales, Leopoldo Salcedo, Tony Marzan, Rosa Mia, Pablo Guevarra
Sandra Belmonte played by Carmen Rosales is a fading old actress who recounts her foiled marriage to a sadistic fellow actor she partners which led to her series of misfortune thereafter. Didang the black servant is Sandra's real mother.
288. Dubai (2005) *
289. Kastilyong Buhangin - Castle of Sand (1980)
Mario O'Hara's "Kastilyong Buhangin" (Castle of Sand, 1980) is the story of two children, a boy and a girl. The boy lives with his mother (theater and radio actress Metring David); the girl is an orphan, and suffers under a stepmother (Bella Flores) and her lover (Mario's brother and character actor Edwin O'Hara), a drunkenly violent man who beats the girl every chance he gets. At one point, the girl confesses that she envies the boy, who has many dreams and seems to be going somewhere; she, on the other hand, has no place to go. The boy chides the girl, and tells her that he'll always take care of her, no matter what. And so their fates are sealed...
290. Eternity (2006)
291. Huling Dalangin – Last Prayer (1947) *
Daniel and his wife Celia is struggling to make ends meet. After the land he is working on as a farmer is sold by the owner to a businessman, Daniel was sent to Manila to work in a shoe factory. After quite sometime, Lilia Jacinto, the daughter of the owner replaced his father in managing the factory. Lilia then falls in love with the young, handsome and lean man Daniel. Celia's health declines upon learning of Daniel and Lilia's affair and serious relationship. She then decided to just break up with Daniel so he can live happily with Lilia while she takes care of her family. Later, Daniel learned about his wife worsening health condition and only him and their son could make her strong and recover back to good health. Celia then say her "Huling Dalangin" last prayer that his husband and son would be happier before she commits suicide but she was stopped by her husband before she can stab herself asking for her forgiveness and start a new life again as a normal happy family.
Dr. Dan Mendez has a mistress in Ester. She takes advantage of Dr. Mendez by blackmailing him to give her allowance in exchange for keeping their secret. They hit a young girl vendor one night and left her lying on the road hanging on her dear life.
Dr. Dan Mendez and her wife Gloria has two children, Berting and Myra. Berting has a girlfriend Rita who works in a cabaret and has several other special women friends. Berting presumably got one of them pregnant and that is the start for the misery of Dr. Mendez and his wife. Gloria really hates the idea that her son Berting is going to marry Rita.
One time Gloria caught Ester seducing her husband Dr. Dan Mendez in the clinic and brokenhearted stormed away grieving from the clinic. Dan then revealed and explained to Gloria about Ester and that she is a drug addict whom Dr. Dan wants to help recover. Berting on the other hand found out he is not the father of the child of Rita so he barge in the house and pulls out a dagger to threaten Eddie Garcia but he was imprisoned because he is wrongfully accused of stabbing Rita. The dying Rita then later confessed that it was a hallucinating drug addict Ester who stabbed her and put her behind bars.
Eddie Garcia sneaks out the house of Dr. Mendez one night and attempts to rape his daughter. The family of Dr. Mendez is about to leave the town when the townspeople angrily storm their house in protest but in the end when they learned the truth, the mob convince them to stay and the family even adopted a crippled girl whom Dr. Mendez treated.
Don Andres (Franco Garcia) and his son, Ernesto (Rudy Concepcion) were both in love with a pretty barrio lass, Amparing (Rosario Moreno), whose principled father, Mang Teong (Pedro Faustino) was working on the hacienda owned by Don Andres. Mang Teong was not in favor of Don Andres and his intention towards Amparing. He advised her daughter not to receive any gifts from Don Andres.
Ernesto, the good-looking son of Don Andres, on the other hand, disguised himself as a lowly farmer from a nearby barrio so as to get near Amparing. The two eventually fell in love.
Life became hard on the family of Amparing--- Mang Teong was fired from his job when he vehemently refused Don Andres’ gifts in exchange of Amparing’s hand. Her mother, Aling Clara (Naty Bernardo) was down due to a lingering illness. At the same time, she learned of Ernesto’s true identity. Amparing, feeling he was betrayed, broke off with Ernesto.
Amparing tried to look for job but to no avail. Desperate, she decided to approach Don Andres and ask for financial assistance--- for his father, who was in jail and for her ailing mother for the medical needs. In return, she had to marry Don Andres.
Ernesto returned and learned of Amparing’s upcoming marriage to his father. In a drastic move, he snatched Amparing.
It was a happy ending for the couple as Don Andres realized his mistake and ask for forgiveness.
Produced by Sampaguita Pictures, Matandang Dalaga tells the story of a spinster, ‘masungit at makaluma’ (grumpy and old fashion). That is until she fell in love with Jose ‘Pempe’ Padilla, who tamed her.
Also starring are Ramon Revilla and Myrna Delgado.
299. Moments Of Love (2006)
Directed By: Mark A. Reyes
Cast: Iza Calzado, Dingdong Dantes, Karylle, Gloria Romero, Chinggoy Alonzo, Ces Quesada, Ian Veneracion, Paolo Contis, Isabel Oli, Dion Ignacio, Sandy Andolong, Jojo Alejar, Ama Quiambao, Valerie Concepcion
Marco (Dingdong Dantes), a photographer, along with his sister (Isabel Oli) and their cousin Duke (Jojo Alejar) are on a vacation in an old sleepy town. While strolling around town a mysterious woman is hit by a van while trying to save Marco's life. He visits the woman and is drawn to her granddaughter Lianne (Karylle). Marco and Lianne start to develop a relationship but recent events cause Marco to be withdrawn. He suddenly finds himself haunted by a deep feeling of loneliness.
His yearning leads to a telephone conversation with Divina (Iza Calzado), the daughter of a haciendero. They find solace in each other. Divina lives in the past (1957) while Marco lives in the present (2006).
In a sleepy town, time curved for two people to meet and part...
300. Kalyehera (1956) *
Directed By: Fred Daluz
Cast: Nida Blanca, Nestor De Villa, Milagros Naval, Lita Gutierrez, Rey Ruiz
Nora (Nida Blanca), together with her cousin Doris was sent by her parents to learn how to be independent and responsible in Manila. They meet Ernesto (Nestor De Villa) on the way to Manila. Nora and Doris learn how to beg money in the streets. Ernesto and Nora admire each other while secretly hiding his relationship with Lucita.
Sarung Banggi (1947)
Sonny Boy (1955)
Tawag ng Tanghalan (Call Of The Limelight) (1958)
Lo' waist Gang - Rancho Grande (1960)
Geron Busabos: Ang Batang Quiapo (The Child of Quiapo) (1964)
Ibulong Mo sa Hangin (Whisper To The Wind) (1966)
Tatlo, Dalawa, Isa (Three, Two, One, 1975)
Ikaw... At Ang Gabi (1979)
Nagalit Ang Buwan Sa Haba Ng Gabi (The Moon Is Angry On The Length Of The Night) (1983)
Misteryo sa Tuwa (Joyful Mystery, 1984)
Miguelito Ang Batang Rebelde (Miguelito Rebel Child) (1985)
Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas (Hope It Will Never End) (1986)
Takaw Tukso (Temptation, 1986)
Yesterday Today and Tomorrow (1986)
Itanong Mo Sa Buwan (Ask The Moon) (1988)
Kasalanan Bang Sambahin Ka? (Is It Wrong To Worship You?) (1990)
Makiusap Ka Sa Diyos (1991)
Narito Ang Puso Ko (1992)
Hanggang Saan, Hanggang Kailan (1993)
Pangako Ng Kahapon (1994)
Sa Isang Sulok Ng Mga Pangarap (On One Corner Of Our Dreams) (1994)
Inagaw Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin (1995)
Sa Ngalan Ng Pag-ibig (1995)
May Nagmamahal sa Iyo (Someone Loves You) (1996)
Lihim ni Madonna (Secret of Madonna) (1997)
Nasaan Ang Puso (1997)
Pusong Mamon (Soft Hearts) (1998)
Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw (2000)
Kailangan Kita (I Need You) (2002)
Videoke King (2002)
Inang Yaya (2006)
Todo Todo Teros (2006)
Ang Lihim ni Antonio (The Secret of Anthony) (2008)
Santuaryo - Sanctuary (2010)
Amorosa The Revenge (2012)
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