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Vilma’s most memorable films

By Ronald Constantino

ATE VI’S TURN – After writing on the memorable movies of Nora Aunor as she turned 65 last May 21, it’s now the turn of Vilma Santos. Ate Vi marks her 65th birthday on Nov. 3. Nora and Vilma, the movie queens of the ‘70s and even beyond, hold the record of having the longest rivalry, albeit friendly, in showbiz.

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Vilma’s memorable movies and their directors.

ISHMAEL BERNAL – “Relasyon,” “Broken Marriage,” “Pahiram ng Isang Umaga,” “Ikaw Ay Akin,” (with Nora and Christopher de Leon).

CELSO Ad. CASTILLO – “Burlesk Queen,” “Pag-puti ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak.”

CHITO ROÑO – “Dekada ’70,” “Bata-bata…Paano Ka Ginawa.”

LINO BROCKA – “Rubia Servios,” “Adultery.”

LAURICE GUILLEN – “Ipagpatawad Mo,” “Dolzura Cortez,” “ Kapag Langit ang Humatol.”

MARILOU DIAZ ABAYA – “Baby Tsina,” “Minsan Pa Nating Hagkan ang Nakaraan.”

EDDIE GARCIA – “Saan Nagtatago ang Pag-ibig,” “Imortal.”

MIKE DE LEON – “Sister Stella L.”

RORY QUINTOS – “Anak.”

OLIVIA LAMASAN – “In My Life.”

JEFFREY JETURAN – “Ekstra.”

MANING BORLAZA – “Darna,” “Dyesebel,” “Dama de Noche.”

MARYO J. DE LOS REYES – “Tagos ng Dugo,” “Sinungaling Mong Puso.”

ELWOOD PEREZ – “Ibulong Mo sa Diyos,” “Pinay, American Style.”

GIL PORTES – “Miss X.”

DANNY ZIALCITA – “Karma,” “T-Bird at Ako” (with Nora).

BUTCH PEREZ – “Haplos.”

JOEL LAMANGAN – “Mano Po.”

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Written by Tempo Online

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