Regal Films

Some articles on film, films, regal films:

Néstor De Villa - Filmography - Movies
... Pictures Chinita 1959 LVN Pictures Surrender - Hell! 1959 Cory Film Corporation Limang Punglo 1959 LVN Pictures Unos Sa Laot 1960 LVN Pictures Dahlia 1960 LVN Pictures Kung Ako'y Mahal Ko ... Santiago Film Organization Walang Sisihan 1961 Sampaguita Pictures Mga Yapak na Walang Bakas 1961 Sampaguita Pictures Tugtuging Bukid 1962 Sampaguita Pictures Sikat Na, Siga Pa! 1962 Sampaguita Pictures Oy.. ... Siete Dolores 1968 Sampaguita Pictures Siya'y Umalis, Siya'y Dumating 1975 Mirick Films International Mother Dear 1982 Regal Films Forgive and Forget 1982 Viva Films Cross My Heart 1982 Viva Films Saan ...
Mga Kuwento Ni Lola Basyang - Movie Adaptations - Regal Films, 1985
... In 1985, Regal Films produced Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang ... The trilogy starred Chichay as the lovable Lola Basyang, and the character Lola Basyang is attached to Chichay to date ...
Al Tantay
... Al Tantay (born 1956) is a Filipino film actor, writer, and director and the former husband of Rio Locsin, with whom he made several movies, including Rizza Jones, Showgirl (1979, by Melros Productions ... He was first discovered by Joey Gosiengfiao and launched by the latter via the Regal Films movie, Iskandalo (Scandals), starring Lorna Tolentino and released in July 1979.Then in 1987 he played his ... As a film director, he directs comedies, mainly with Viva Films ...
Lorna Tolentino - Filmography - Movies
... Role Company 2011 Ang Panday 2 Baruka GMA Films 2010 Sa 'yo Lamang Amanda Alvero Star Cinema 2007 Katas Ng Saudi Marcy Maverick Films 2006 Mano Po 5 Gua Ai Di Yolanda Regal Films 2005 Lovestruck GMA Films ...
Cherry Pie Picache - Film
... Title Character/Role Production 2012 The Strangers Evelyn Quantum Films 2012 Just One Summer Juliet GMA Films 2010 Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!) President Ren Constantino Star Cinema 2010 Super Inday and the ...

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