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The death of Lolita Rodriguez in California is felt by all those who love drama movies. In the ’50s at Sampaguita Pictures, Lolit formed a triumvirate with two other drama greats, Rita Gomez and Marlene Dauden.
She was recipient of Best Actress awards for the movie “Gilda” (1956, FAMAS Awards), “Kasalanan Kaya?” (1968, Manila Film Festival), “Stardoom” (1971, Citizen Council for Mass Media Awards), “Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang” (1971, FAMAS Awards), and “Ina Ka Ng Anak Mo” (1979, Metro Manila Film Festival).Continue reading …
As I write this (Tuesday, 1:30 p.m.), I just got word from Facebook that Philippine Movies’ Drama Queen Lolita Rodriguez has died following a massive heart attack in the United States.Continue reading …
The ’50s were the second golden years of Philippines cinema. Think of such great directors as Bert Avellana, Gerry de Leon, Eddie Romero, Manuel Conde, all later named National Artists.Continue reading …
KUNG may kulang daw sa buhay ng dating miyembro ng singing group na Kulay na si Radha, iyon ay ang magkaroon ng anak.
Ayon sa 39-year old singer (who is the granddaughter of award-winning Philippine actress Lolita Rodriguez), matagal niyang pinagdasal na magkaroon sila ng anak ng ex-husband niya noon.
Highspeed remembers more acting “duel” among acting greats… and near greats, a sequel of sorts to yesterday’s column. As they come to mind:Continue reading …