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Cast overview, first billed only:
Herbert Bautista ...
Badong / Matthew Quiroy
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Grace (segment "Dear Partyline")
Jigo Garcia ...
Wally (segment "Dear Partyline")
Gloria Sevilla ...
Manang (segment "Dear Partyline")
Suzanne Gonzales ...
Grace's Sister (segment "Dear Partyline")
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Felix (segment "Dear Partyline")
Joy Ortega ...
Sion (segment "Dear Partyline")
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Telephone Lineman (segment "Dear Partyline")
Carme Sanchez ...
Etang (segment "Dear Partyline") (as Carmen Sanchez)
Lenlen Oreta ...
Maid (segment "Dear Partyline")
Carol Cruz ...
Maid (segment "Dear Partyline")
Marisol Arvisu ...
Maid (segment "Dear Partyline")
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Lenny Tacorda (segment "Dear Killer")
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Mr. Simon Macalintal (segment "Dear Killer")
Rosemarie Gil ...
Macalintal's Mother (segment "Dear Killer")
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References Psycho (1960) See more »

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Hello, Partyline
(Theme Song) (segment "Dear Partyline")
Sung by Gelli de Belen
Composed by Mon del Rosario
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Lilet is beautiful in this movie.
4 July 2004 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

The film is just an ordinary teen picture with a touch of mystery and humor. It is composed of two short teen movies, one about a mysterious phone pal and the other about the mystery of the disappearance of the star soprano in the music class. The stars made an impression on me especially the pretty teenager with the beautiful singing voice who played the ghost in the movie. Lea Salonga of Miss Saigon fame is solid in her portrayal of the girl who discovers the mystery behind the disappearance of the beautiful soprano student named Pauline played by Lilet. Michael de Mesa played the part of the professor obsessed with his music student with the right touch of madness. Herbert Bautista provides the comic relief.


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