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Books on movie queens, kings, and directors

This columnist has said it before and is saying it again. Why not books on movie kings and queens and directors elevated to the pantheon of National Artists?

Forever young…and handsome

Eddie Gutierrez, matinee idol of the ‘60s and later an award-winning actor, seems to be forever young…and handsome.

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Regal built and rebuilt, launched and relaunched stars

Two weeks ago, Highspeed promised to write about Regal’s Mother Lily Monteverde, the most important producer for many decades. She made movies big and small, some of them masterpieces. Some made money, big money, some flopped. Which Mother Lily took in stride, saying “win some, lose some.”

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A TV actor’s popularity is usually anchored on a running series, a regular TV show. Now that he’s without a daily series, Richard Yap says he’s not losing sleep whether or not he has remained popular to the public eye. He shot to fame in a rather belated manner through soap series, Be Careful with My Heart.

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More acting ‘duel’

Highspeed remembers more acting “duel” among acting greats… and near greats, a sequel of sorts to yesterday’s column. As they come to mind:

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Inah: Dad understands

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Inah: Dad understands

“Every choice before you represents the universe inviting you to remember who you are and what you want.” — Alan Cohen

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