Ang Tatlong Hambog

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Ang Tatlong Hambog
Directed by Jose Nepomuceno
Release date(s) 1926
Country Philippines
Language Silent

Ang Tatlong Hambog or Tatlong Hambog (also known as The Arrogant Three or Three Beggars) is a 1926 Filipino silent romantic comedy film which was produced by Jose Nepomuceno during the pre-war era of Philippine cinema. It is a romantic comedy starring Isabel Rosario (Elizabeth) "Dimples" Cooper,[1] a vaudeville actress, and Luis Tuason, a race car sportsman. The film was considered controversial because it was the first in the history of Philippine movies to show a lips-to-lips kiss onscreen.[2][3]


  • Luis Tuason
  • Dimples Cooper


This article incorporates text under the GNU Free Documentation License from

  1. ^ American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (1984). Business journal. American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Hawkins, Michael Gary (2008). Co-producing the postcolonial: U.S.-Philippine cinematic relations, 1946--1986. University of California, Los Angeles, ProQuest. p. 78. ISBN 978-0-549-89836-8. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 
  3. ^ Asiaweek. Asiaweek Ltd. 1985. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 

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