1974 in the Philippines
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1974 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1974.
- March 11 – Japanese lieutenant Hiroo Onoda, one of the longest-remaining Japanese holdouts, formally surrendering his sword to President Marcos at Malacañang Palace after continuing to fight for 29 years in the Lubang Island.
- July 19 – Miss Universe 1974, the 23rd Miss Universe pageant, was held in Manila. Outgoing Miss Universe Margarita Moran, of the Philippines crowned the tearful pageant winner, Amparo Muñoz of Spain.
- September 1-16 – The Philippines participated in the 1974 Asian Games held in Tehran, Iran. It ranked 15th with no gold medals, 2 silver medals and 11 bronze medals with a total of 13 over-all medals.
- September 21-29 – The 1974 Men's World Weightlifting Championships were held in Manila.
- January 17 - Lilet, Singer, TV-host, actress, and commercial model
- January 20 - Gerard Fainsan, actor, member of Universal Motion Dancers (d.1997)
- January 20 - Racquel Reyes
- February 6 – Aljo Bendijo, Journalist, news anchor
- February 7 – Cheryl Cosim, Journalist, news anchor and TV host
- February 18 - Rachel Alejandro, singer actress
- February 26 – Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski, actress, equestrian and member of the International Olympic Committee
- March 17 – Paolo Bediones, Journalist and TV host
- April 5 – Sheryl Cruz, actress and singer
- May 1 – Charlene Gonzales, TV host
- May 14 – Jennifer Sevilla, actress
- May 19 – Marjorie Barretto, actress
- June 24 – Ruffa Gutierrez, actress and TV personality
- August 21 – Martin Andanar, secretary of the Presidential Communications Group
- October 24 - Pia Guanio, TV host
- October 26 – Janet Arnaiz, singer, actress, and commercial model
- November 1 – Sharmaine Arnaiz, actress
- November 15 – Jiggy Manicad, TV anchor and reporter
- December 5 – Donita Rose, TV actress and personality
- December 11 - Lucy Torres, TV actress and personality
- "10 Lesser-Known Photos from Martial Law Years That Will Blow You Away". Retrieved February 6, 2016.
- 1974 Asian Games medal tally Archived December 20, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.