Fernando Poe, Jr.

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Fernando Poe, Jr.
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Born Ronald Allan Kelley Poe
August 20, 1939
Manila, Philippines
Died December 14, 2004(2004-12-14) (aged 65)
Quezon City, Philippines
Resting place
Manila North Cemetery, Santa Cruz, Manila
Other names Ronwaldo Reyes
Ronnie
Da King
FPJ
Panday
Years active 1955–2004
Spouse(s) Susan Roces
Children Grace Poe
Ronnian Poe
Lovi Poe
Parents Allan Fernando Reyes Poe (father)
Elizabeth "Bessie" Gatbonton Kelley (mother)

Ronald Allan Kelley Poe[1] (August 20, 1939 – December 14, 2004), better known as Fernando Poe, Jr. and colloquially known as FPJ and Da King, was a Filipino actor. During the latter part of his career, Poe was defeated by incumbent President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in the 2004 Philippine Presidential elections, a result roundly believed to have been fraudulent. His long career as an action film star earned him the moniker "King of Philippine Movies" (often shortened to Da King).

Poe was posthumously declared a National Artist of the Philippines for Film on 23 May 2006 by then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. The award was confirmed by President Benigno Aquino III on 20 July 2012, and was presented to his family on 16 August.[2]

Early Life[edit]

Ronald Allan K. Poe was the son of Filipino actor Allan Fernando R. Poe (Fernando Poe, Sr.) and Elizabeth Kelley, an American. He was born in Manila. His parents were not yet legally married when he was born on August 20, 1939, although his parents were later married in 1940. His opponents tried to derail his bid for the presidency when they sought to disqualify him as an illegitimate son of a non-Filipino mother. He was the second among six siblings and it was his brother Andy who was really named Fernando Poe, Jr. which FPJ later adopted, to bank on the popularity of his father who was a top actor in his time. Conrad Poe, a Filipino actor is FPJ's half-brother, the illegitimate son of the late Fernando Poe Sr. and actress Patricia Mijares. Pou is the original spelling of the family's surname from his grandfather, playwright Lorenzo Pou, a Catalan migrant from Majorca, Spain, who ventured into mining and business in the Philippines.

Educational Life[edit]

In 1953 Poe finished his primary education at San Beda College. For high school, he went to San Sebastian College. He continued his education at Mapua Institute of Technology and University of the East. His father died from rabies at age 35, leaving the young Poe as the family's breadwinner. In order to support his family, he was forced to drop out of school. He did not complete high school, but went on to win numerous awards and prizes as an actor and film director.

Acting career[edit]

Poe dropped out of high school to work in the Filipino film industry as a messenger boy, and was given acting roles in subsequent years.[3] Starting as a stuntman for Everlasting Pictures, he was given a break and landed his first starring role in the movie Anak ni Palaris (Son of Palaris) at the age of 14. The movie was not a big hit. In 1957, the movie Lo Waist Gang made him popular,[3] and the film was such a big hit that low-waist pants became a fad.

Known also as FPJ from his initials, Poe acted in a number of movies which depicted him as the champion of the poor and downtrodden. He also directed nine movies, under the pseudonym Ronwaldo Reyes. Reyes originated from the surname of his paternal grandmother, Martha. The name Ronwaldo Reyes also alliterates to Ronald Reagan, who like Poe, was an actor who later ran for President.

He established FPJ productions in 1961 and later organized other film companies such as D'Lanor, JAFERE, and Rosas Productions. In 1963, he testified against criminal gangs, known as the Big Four, who extorted money from the film industry. In 1965, he shared the lead in The Ravagers (in the Philippines this is titled "Only the Brave Know Hell"), a film depicting the United States and the Philippines working together against Japanese war time occupation. The film is considered one of the most influential Filipino films.

Poe became an award-winning actor and garnered the most best actor awards at the FAMAS. Among the movies that received awards were Mga Alabok ng Lupa (1967), Asedillo (1971), Durugin si Totoy Bato, Umpisahan Mo, Tatapusin Ko (1983), and Muslim Magnum .357 (1987).[4]

Among his famous movies include playing Flavio in the mythical Ang Panday series, Kahit Konting Pagtingin, Dito sa Pitong Gatang and Aguila. His last movie was Pakners which also stars 9-ball billiards champion Efren "Bata" Reyes.

Presidential bid[edit]

Fernando Poe Jr., was the Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino (KNP)'s candidate for the 2004 presidential election. A public figure in his movie career and known for his charitable but unpublicized endeavours, he targeted his candidacy at the same poor whom he championed in his movies.

Poe accepted the nomination in December 2003 and was to be the opposition standard-bearer for the Philippines' 2004 presidential election.[5] Some accounts portray him as a reluctant candidate who was only prevailed upon to accept the nomination by his best friend, former President Joseph Estrada. But other accounts say he was convinced to cast his bid for the presidency because of the overwhelming crowd that gathered for the first rally of the FPJ for President Movement at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Poe married actress Susan Roces (real name: Jesusa Sonora) in a civil wedding in December 1968. They later married in a religious service and among their primary sponsors were then-President Ferdinand Marcos and First Lady Imelda. Poe and Roces adopted a daughter, former MTRCB Chairman and May 2013 senatorial candidate, Grace Poe. Poe was also partnered with Anna Marin and had one son as Ronian and former actress Rowena Moran has one daughter Lourdes Virginia.

Although a famous public figure, Poe had been very reclusive about his personal life. However, in February, 2004, during the presidential campaign, Poe admitted to having sired two children out of wedlock.[1][6]

Death and legacy[edit]

Poe was admitted to Saint Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City on the evening of December 11, 2004 after complaining of dizziness at a gathering in his production studio during a Christmas party.[7] He suffered from a stroke and slipped into a coma while being treated for a brain clot. Doctors described his condition as a cerebral thrombosis with multiple organ failure.[8] He died at the age of 65 on December 14 at 12:01 am, without regaining consciousness.[8] Friends and allies from the movie and political worlds were at his bedside.

The nine-day wake was attended by hundreds of thousands, with organizers claiming numbers as high as two million.[9] The funeral procession drew tens of thousands who crowded the streets of Quezon City, an event that was reminiscent of the funeral processions of Ninoy Aquino in 1983 and matinee idol Julie Vega in 1985. He was buried in his family plot along with his father and mother in North Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

On December 14, 2012, Eight years after his death, FPJ was feted with a monument along Roxas Boulevard in Manila. The monument was unveiled at the corner of Roxas Boulevard and Arquiza Street, with widow Susan Roces and daughter Grace Poe attending the affair

In popular culture[edit]

  • Fernando Poe Jr. inspired a generation of television and movie impersonators, both serious and comedic. His iconic movie role as the 'Pinoy Robin Hood' and 'People's Champion' in most of his films have repeatedly been clichéd by Filipino action films for years to come.
  • TV host-comedian Joey De Leon parodied FPJ and his iconic film persona (most notably the character of Flavio in "Ang Panday") in many cameo and starring roles. In the comedy-hit movie "She-Man, Mistress of the Universe", FPJ himself appeared in character (as Flavio) and made a memorable cameo appearance to rescue "Pandoy" (De Leon's character name) against his enemies. Ironically, De Leon in his Starzan character from the film of the same name made a cameo appearance in FPJ's film "May Isang Tsuper ng Taxi" asking the latter to take him to the forest.
  • Long sideburns in the Philippines are often referred to as "FPJ's".

Filmography[edit]

Title Year Films
Anak ni Palaris [Child of Palaris] 1955 Fernando Poe Productions
Rosita Nobles 1955 Deegar Cinema Inc.
Simaron (Extra) 1956 Everlasting Pictures
Babaing Mandarambong [The Corsair Lady] 1956 Everlasting Pictures
Lo Waist Gang 1956 Premier Production / A Larry Santiago Film
Kamay ni Cain [Hands of Cain] 1957 People's Pictures
Bakasyon Grande [Grand Vacation] 1957 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Tipin 1957 People's Pictures
Los Lacuacheros [The Truants] 1957 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
H-Line Gang 1957 Premier Productions Inc.
Bicol Express 1958 Premier Productions Inc.
Student Canteen 1958 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Lutong Makaw [Macau Dish] 1958 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Pepeng Kaliwete Part 1 [Pepe Lefty] 1958 Premier Productions Inc.
May Pasikat Ba sa Kano? [Do You Have Something to Show the American?] 1958 Premier Productions Inc.
Obra Maestra [Master Piece] 1958 People's Pictures
Atrebida [Sassy] 1958 Premier Productions
Lo’ Waist Gang at Og sa Mindoro [Lo' Waist Gang and Og in Mindoro] 1958 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Laban sa Lahat [Against All] 1958 Premier Productions
Bon Voyage 1958 Premier Productions
Princesa Naranja 1959 Premier Productions
Rolling Rockers 1959 People's Pictures
Duke De Borgona {The Duke of Borgona} 1959 Premier Productions
Eva Dragon 1959 Premier Productions
Hawaiian Boy 1959 People's Picture
Tough Guy 1959 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Big Time Berto (Cameo Role) 1959 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Pitong Gatang { Seven Cup} 1959 Premiere Productions
Anak ng Bulkan [Child of the Volcano] 1959 Premier Productions
Gabi Ng Lagim (Cameo Role) {Fright Night} 1960 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Markado [Marked] 1960 Hollywood-Far East Productions
Rancho Grande 1960 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Lo Waist Gang Joins The Armed Forces 1960 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Walang Daig-dig [No World] 1960 Larry Santiago Productions / A Poe-Zshornack Productions
Materiales Fuertes (Cameo Role) 1960 People's Pictures
Viuda De Ojo {Eye Widow} 1960 Premier Productions
Sutlang Bakal {Steel of Silk} 1960 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
True Confessions 1960 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Sarhento Salcedo 1960 Balatbat Productions
Pasong Diablo {Devil's Pass} 1961 Poe-Zshornack Productions
Sandata at Pangako [Weapons and Promise] 1961 LVN Pictures
Kilabot Sa Barilan [Shooting Creep] 1961 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Walang Patawad [No Forgiveness] 1961 Balatbat Productions
Sakristan Mayor { Senior Acolyte} 1961 People's Pictures
Ikaw O Ako [You or Me] 1961 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Hinahamon Kita [I Challenge You] 1961 People's Pictures
Dakilang 9 {Great 9} 1961 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Matapang Sa Matapang {Courage To courage} 1961 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Baril sa Baril [A Gun for a Gun] 1961 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Tatlong Baraha [Three Cards] 1961 Hollywood-Far East Productions
Apollo Robles 1961 Premier Productions
Walang Pagkalupig {Unconquered} 1961 Larry Santiago Productions / A Jasmin Tagalog Pictures
Hari Sa Barilan [King of Shootout] 1962 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Suicide Commandoes 1962 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Kapag Puno na ang Salop Part 1 [When the Pot is Full] 1962 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Mga Tigreng Taga-bukid [Tigers of the Field] 1962 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Batang Maynila [Manila Boy] 1962 FPJ Productions
Ako Ang Katarungan [I Am Justice] 1962 Premier Productions
Albano Brothers 1962 FPJ Productions / Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
4 Valientes 1962 People's Pictures
Leon Marahas 1962 People's Pictures
Pagtutuos Ng Mga Kilabot {Duel of the Dreaded} 1962 FPJ Productions
Masikip ang Daigdig [There's Not Enough Room in the World] 1962 People's Pictures
Mapusok na Paghihiganti 1962 Balatbat Productions
Los Palikeros {The Playboys} 1963 FPJ Productions
Limang Kidlat [Five Thunder] 1963 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Kung Hindi Ka Susuko [If You Do Not Surrender] 1963 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Ito Ang Maynila [This is Manila] 1963 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
The Big Show (Cameo Role) 1963 People's Pictures
Magnong Mandurukot [Magno the Thief] 1963 People's Pictures
12 Kuba [12 Hunchbacks] 1963 People's Pictures
Bilis Ng Kamay {Sleight of Hand} 1963 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Calleyon 11 1963 FPJ Productions
Fandong Asintado {Sharpshooter Fando} 1963 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Tahimik Ngunit Mapanganib [Silent but Dangerous] 1963 RTG Productions
Angkan ng Matatapang [Clan of the Brave] 1963 FPJ Productions
Sierra Madre 1963 JAFERE Productions
Sa Pagitan ng Dalawang Mata [Between the Eyes] 1963 People Pictures
Sigaw ng Digmaan [War Cry] 1963 FPJ Productions
Anghel Sa Aking Balikat [Angel on My Shoulder] 1964 FPJ Productions
Intramuros 1964 Hemisphere Pictures
Mano Mano [One on One] 1964 FPJ Productions
Maskarados 1964 JAFERE Productions
Geron Busabos (Cameo Role) 1964 EMAR Pictures
Daniel Barrion 1964 JAFERE Productions
Walang Hanggan [No Limits] 1964 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Baril Na Ginto [Golden Firearm] 1964 FPJ Productions
Orlando Romano 1964 JAFERE Productions
Saan Man Sulok ng Daigdig {On Any Corner of the World} 1964 People's Pictures
Kumander Fidela 1964 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
9 Laban sa Lahat [Nine Against All] 1964 RTG Productions
Ang Daigdig Ko'y Ikaw 1965 FPJ Productions
Sa Bawa't Hakbang Panganib [Danger at Every Step] 1965 JAFERE Productions
Tierra Verde 1965 FPJ Productions
Pilipinas Kong Mahal 1965 FPJ Productions
Ang Salarin 1965 RTG Productions
Ang Mananandata 1965 FPJ Productions
Maginoong Tulisan [Noble Rebel] 1965 RTG Productions
The Ravagers 1965 Hemisphere Pictures
Tatak Barbaro 1965 RTG Productions
Hangga't May Kalaban 1965 FPJ Productions
Let's Do The Freddie (Cameo Role) 1966 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Zamboanga 1966 FPJ Productions
San Bernardo 1966 FPJ Productions
Diegong Akyat 1966 FPJ Productions
Lupong Balisong 1966 RTG Productions
Hanggang May Buhay 1966 FPJ Productions
Franco Madero 1966 Virgo Film Productions
Sarhentong Aguila at 9 na Magigiting [Sgt Aguila and the Courageous Nine] 1966 FPJ Productions
Dakilang Balat-kayo 1966 JAFERE Productions
Baril Sa Aking Kamay [Gun in My Hand] 1966 FPJ Productions
Ang Haragan 1966 RTG Productions
Dugo Sa Buhangin [Blood in the Sand] 1967 RTG Productions
Ex-Convict 1967 RTG Productions
Alyas 1-2-3 1967 FPJ Productions
Mga Alabok sa Lupa [Dusts in Land] 1967 FPJ Productions
Langit At Lupa [Heaven and Earth] 1967 FPJ Productions
Baril At Rosaryo [Gun and Rosary] 1967 AM Productions
Roman Montalan 1967 EMAR Pictures
...At Sila'y Dumating {...And They Arrived} 1967 FPJ Productions
Alamat Ng 7 Kilabot 1967 FPJ Productions
Tatlong Hari [Three Kings] 1968 FPJ Productions
Tanging Ikaw [Only You] 1968 Rosas Productions
To Susan With Love 1968 Rosas Productions
Sorrento 1968 FPJ Productions
Ang Pagbabalik ni Daniel Barrion [The Return of Daniel Barrion] 1968 FPJ Productions
Magpakailanman [Forever] 1968 FPJ Productions
Ang Mangliligpit [The Bounty Hunter] 1968 RTG Productions
Dos Por Dos [Two by Two] 1968 Emar Pictures
Ang Dayuhan [The Foreigner] 1968 RTG Productions
Barbaro Cristobal 1968 FPJ Productions
Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin [You are Everything to Me] 1969 FPJ Productions
Perlas ng Silangan [Pearl of the Orient] 1969 FPJ Productions
Nardong Kutsero 1969 FPJ Productions
14 1969 All Stars Productions Inc.
Ginintuang Kamay [Golden Hands] 1969 FPJ Productions
Fando 1969 FPJ Productions
Matimbang ang Dugo sa Tubig {Blood is Thicker than Water} 1969 FPJ Productions
Batang Matadero [Young Bullfighter] 1969 FPJ Productions
Divina Garcia 1970 FPJ Productions
Santiago! 1970 LEA Productions
Mga Anghel na Walang Langit [Angels without Heaven] (Cameo Role) 1970 FPJ Productions
Digmaan ng Mga Angkan {Clan Wars} 1971 FPJ Productions
Dampo't Pukol Salo 1971 FPJ Productions
Asedillo 1971 FPJ Productions
Ang Kampana Sa Santa Quiteria [The Bell of Sta Quiteria] 1971 FPJ Productions
Alas, Hari at Sota 1972 FPJ Productions
Ang Alamat {The Legend} 1972 FPJ Productions
Sto. Domingo 1972 FN Productions
Salaginto't Salagubang [Gold Bug and Beetle] 1972 FPJ Productions
Magiting at Pusakal [Hero and Outlaw] 1972 JE Productions
Esteban 1973 FPJ Productions
Dugo ng Bayan 1973 FPJ Productions
Ang Agila At Ang Araw [The Eagle and the Sun] 1973 FPJ Productions
Sto. Kristo 1973 FPJ Productions
Karnabal 1973 FPJ Productions
Batya't Palu-Palo 1974 FPJ Productions
Ang Pangalan "Mediavillo" 1974 FPJ Productions
Sanctuario 1974 FPJ Productions
Hotdog : Unang Kagat (First Bite) (Cameo Role) 1975 Crown Seven Film Productions
Alupihang Dagat {Stomatopod} 1975 FPJ Productions
Happy Days Are Here Again 1975 FPJ Productions
Pagbabalik ng Lawin [Return of the Hawk] 1975 FPJ Productions
Anak Ng Araw 1975 FPJ Productions
Anino ng Araw 1975 FPJ Productions
Dugo At Pag-ibig Sa Kapirasong Lupa 1975 Bravo Film Productions
Tatak ng Alipin [Mark of a Slave] 1975 FPJ Productions
Ang Leon At Ang Daga [The Lion and the Mouse] 1976 FPJ Productions
Bato sa Buhangin [Rocks in the Sand] 1976 FPJ Productions
Alakdang Gubat [Forest Scorpion] 1976 FPJ Productions
Andalucia 1976 LEA Productions
Tutubing Kalabaw, Tutubing Karayom [Dragonflies] 1977 FPJ Productions
Totoy Bato 1977 FPJ Productions
Bontoc 1977 FPJ Productions
Little Christmas Tree 1977 FPJ Productions
Nagbabagang Asero {Smoldering Steel} 1977 FPJ Productions
Tundo: Isla Puting Bato 1977 LEA Productions
King 1978 FPJ Productions
It Happened One Night 1978 FPJ Productions
Ang Lalaki, Ang Alamat, at Ang Baril [The Man, The Legend, and the Gun] 1978 FPJ Productions
Kumander Ulupong [Commander Ulupong] 1978 GPS Film Productions
Patayin si Mediavillo [Kill Mediavillo] 1978 FPJ Productions
Mga Mata ni Anghelita [Angelita's Eyes] (in a Special Role) 1978 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Tatak ng Tundo [Seal Of Tondo] 1978 FPJ Productions
Ang Panday [The Blacksmith] 1978 FPJ Productions
Isa Para Sa Lahat, Lahat Para Sa Isa [One For All, All For One] 1979 FPJ Productions
At Muling Nagbaga ang Lupa [The Land Burns Anew] 1979 FPJ Productions
Mahal...Saan Ka Nanggaling Kagabi? [Love, Where Were You Last Night?] 1979 FPJ Productions
Durugin si Totoy Bato [Crush Totoy Bato] 1979 FPJ Productions
Boy Negro (Cameo Role) 1980 RDO Film Circle
Mahal, Ginabi Ka Na Naman [Love, You Came Home Late Again] 1980 FPJ Productions
Ang Agila at ang Falcon [The Eagle and the Falcon] 1980 FPJ Productions
Ang Lihim ng Guadalupe [The Secret of Guadalupe] 1980 FPJ Productions
Aguila [Eagle] 1980 Bancom Audiovision Corp.
Angelita... Ako ang iyong ina [Angelita... I'm Your Mother] 1980 Larry Santiago Productions Inc.
Leon at ang Kuting [The Lion and the Kitten] 1980 FPJ Productions
Izkorokotoy (Cameo Role) 1981 GPS Film Production
Ang Maestro [The Master] 1981 FPJ Productions
Bandido sa Sapang Bato [Bandits in Sapang Bato] 1981 GPS Film Productions
Sierra Madre Part 2 1981 LEA Productions
Minahal Mo Ba Ako [Did You Love Me?] 1981 FPJ Productions
Sambahin Ang Ngalan Mo [Hallowed Be Thy Name] 1981 LEA Productions
Ang Pagbabalik ng Panday [The Return of the Blacksmith] 1982 FPJ Productions
Manedyer...Si Kumander (My Wife...is the Manager] 1982 FPJ Productions
Kalibre .45 [Caliber .45] 1982 Mirick Films International
Daniel Bartolo ng Sapang Bato [Daniel Bartolo of Sapang Bato] 1982 GPS Film Productions
Panday, Ang Ikatlong Yugto [The Blacksmith, Part 3] 1982 FPJ Productions
Brando Bandido (Cameo Role) 1983 Day Films
Roman Rapido 1983 BHS Film
Kapag Buhay Ang Inutang 1983 Cine Suerte Inc.
Umpisahan Mo, Tatapusin Ko [You Start, I'll Finish] 1983 FPJ Productions
Isang Bala Ka Lang [You'd Only Take One Bullet] 1983 FPJ Productions
Panday, Ikaapat na Aklat [The Blacksmith, Fourth Book] 1984 FPJ Productions
Sigaw ng Katarungan [Cry of Justice] 1984 Cine Suerte Inc.
Sierra Madre Part 3 1984 LEA Productions
Daáng Hari [King's Way] 1984 LEA Productions
Ang Padrino [The Godfather] 1984 FPJ Productions
Isa-Isa Lang [One at a Time] 1985 Cine Suerte Inc.
Partida [Party] 1985 Cine Suerte Inc. / FPJ Productions
Kapag Lumaban Ang Api (When the Downtrodden Fights Back) 1986 LEA Productions
Batang Quiapo [Quiapo Kid] 1986 Regal Films
Iyo ang Tondo, Kanya ang Cavite (Tondo is Yours, Cavite, is His) 1986 FPJ Productions / Imus Films (co-production)
Muslim .357 1986 Tagalog IlangIlang Productions
Kapag Lumaban Ang Api 1987 LEA Productions
Kapag Puno na ang Salop [When the Ganta is Full] 1987 FPJ Productions
Batas sa Aking Kamay [The Law in My Hands] 1987 Bonanza Films
Kamao (Telemovie) 1987 KAPP / TAPE, Inc. (co-production)
No Retreat... No Surrender... Si Kumander 1987 FPJ Productions
One Day, Isang Araw 1988 Regal Films
Gawa Na Ang Bala Na Papatay Sa Yo [The Bullet That Will Kill You Has Been Made] 1988 FPJ Productions
Agila Ng Maynila [Eagle Of Manila] 1989 FPJ Productions
Wanted: Pamilya Banal [Wanted: Banal Family] 1989 FPJ Productions
Ako Ang Húhusga (Kapag Punô na ang Salop Part II) [I Will Be The Judge: When the Ganta is Full Part II] 1989 Bonanza Films
May Isang Tsuper ng Taxi [Once There Was a Taxi Driver] 1990 FPJ Productions
Kahit Konting Pagtingin [Just a Little Love] 1990 Viva Films
Hindi Ka Na Sisikatan Ng Araw (Kapag Puno na ang Salop Part III) [You'll never see another sunrise: When the Ganta is Full Part III] 1990 FPJ Productions
Batas Ng 45 [Law of 45] 1991 Chiba Films
Mabuting Kaibigan...Masamang Kaaway [Good Friend, Dangerous Enemy] 1991 Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions
Lakay: The Lagasca Story [Alias: Lakay] 1991 GP Films
Dito sa Pitong Gatang [Here In "Pitong Gatang"] 1992 FPJ Productions
Isang Bala Ka Lang (Part 2) [You'd Only Take One Bullet (Part 2)] 1992 Vision Films
Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Lában [The Fight Is Not Yet Over] 1994 Viva Films
The Epimaco Velasco Story: NBI 1994 FLT Films
Walang Matigas na Tinápay sa Mainit na Kape [There's No Hard Bread on Hot Coffee] 1994 FPJ Productions
Minsan Pa (Kahit Konting Pagtingin 2) [Another Chance (Just a Little Love part II)] 1995 Viva Films
Kahit Butas ng Karayom, Papasúkin Ko! [I'll Go Through Even the Needle's Eye] 1995 Chiba Films / Antonio Cabangon Chua
Ang Syota Kong Balikbayan [My Girlfriend from Abroad] 1995 FPJ Productions
Hagedorn 1996 Merdeka Films
Ikaw Ang Mahal Ko [You're the One I Love] 1996 FPJ Productions
Ang Probinsyano [The Province Boy] 1996 FPJ Productions
Eseng ng Tondo [Eseng of Tondo] 1997 Viva Films / FPJ Productions
Ang Pagbabalik ng Probinsiyano [The Return of the Province Boy] 1998 FPJ Productions
Isusumbong Kita Sa Tatay Ko [I'll Tell My Dad On You] 1999 Star Cinema
Ang Dalubhasa [The Expert] 2000 Millennium Cinema
Ayos na ang Kasunod [What's Next is Done] 2000 FPJ Productions
Isa-isa Lang (one by one only) 2001 FPJ Productions
Batas ng Lansángan [Law Of The Streets] 2002 Maverick Films
Ang Alamát ng Láwin [Legend of the Hawk] 2002 FPJ Productions
Pakners [Partners] 2003 FPJ Productions

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0688093/bio
  2. ^ "Proclamation No. 435, s. 2012". Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines. 2012-07-20. Retrieved 2012-07-27. 
  3. ^ a b "We bid farewell to a good man, movie king Fernando Poe Jr.". Manila Bulletin. 2004-12-22. Archived from the original on 2005-08-13. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
  4. ^ "Awards for Fernando Poe Jr.". IMDB. Retrieved 2008-01-16. 
  5. ^ "Poe accepted nomination as main opposition candidate vs. Arroyo for 2004". Newsflash.org. 2003-12-23. Retrieved 2008-01-16. 
  6. ^ "Love child may boost FPJ bid, says think-tank". Philstar.com. 2004-02-05. Retrieved 2011-12-14. 
  7. ^ "Fernando Poe Jr., 65, Philippine Actor-Politician, Dies". The New York Times. 2004-12-14. Retrieved 2008-01-16. 
  8. ^ a b "Shocking showbiz deaths: so sudden, so soon". Philippine Entertainment Portal. 2007-10-31. Retrieved 2008-01-16. 
  9. ^ "MASSIVE SECURITY FOR FPJ BURIAL". Philippine Headline News Online. 2004-12-22. 

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