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Philippine comedy after Dolphy

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DOLPHY chose an inviting, inveigling approach,  establishing a smiling, “winking” camaraderie with audiences.

King comic Dolphy is being lovingly remembered on his birth and death anniversaries this month, so he may no longer be with us—but, what do you know, he’s still very much around!

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Honoring the Comedy King

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As we commemorate the second death anniversary of Tito Dolphy on July 10, my memories of the Comedy King remind us that, amid all the chaos in this country, we should not lose our sense of humor.

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Eric Quizon, siblings learn to compromise

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DOLPHY’S sons (from left): Eric, Epy and Ronnie Quizon        photo by ARNOLD ALMACEN

Actor-director Eric Quizon, son of the late Comedy King Dolphy, admitted there had been disagreements among him and his 17 siblings, but they somehow “always ended up getting along.”

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Martin Escudero admires Dolphy

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Martin Escudero, star of TV5’s “Obsession,” dreams of playing a role like “Facifica Falayfay,” the gay character immortalized by the late Comedy King Dolphy. “I would like to tackle offbeat parts…like a serial killer or a madman. I am not aiming to be a matinee idol. I want respect more than fame.” Allan Policarpio

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Ogie sings about enduring love in concert series

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ALCASID. Pays tribute to show biz widows.

In his Valentine concert series, “Samahang Walang Ka-Valentine,” at Music Museum on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, Ogie Alcasid will sing about enduring love as he pays tribute to the widows of Fernando Poe Jr., Rudy Fernandez and Dolphy.

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