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Kakabakaba ka ba? (1980)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher De Leon ...
Johnny
Charo Santos-Concio ...
Melanie (as Charo Santos)
Jay Ilagan ...
Nonong
Sandy Andolong ...
Nancy
Boboy Garovillo ...
Omota
Johnny Delgado ...
Pinoy Master
Armida Siguion-Reyna ...
Madame Lily
Leo Martinez ...
Fr. Blanco
Moody Diaz ...
Aling Melody / Virgie
Joe Jardy ...
Wagner (as Joe Jardi)
Danny Javier ...
Santacruzan
George Javier ...
Japanese Master
Nanette Inventor ...
Mother Superior
Bert Miranda ...
Chinese Bodyguard 1
Tommy Yap ...
Chinese Bodyguard 2
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8 August 1980 (Philippines)  »

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Will Your Heart Beat Faster?  »

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Hilarious
3 September 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Even Mike de Leon has a sense of humor. This film not only pokes fun at commercial imperialism, but also at the little dictators who control the Philippine economy - the Chinese movie producers and the Catholic church. George Javier stands out as the idol of the imperialist colonizers. He still maintains his bumbling persona, in an unusually somber manner. The animation is put to good use (watch the battle of the subtitles between the Japanese and the Chinese!) A winner all the way!


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