Carmencita Abad

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Carmencita Abad
Born 1933
Occupation Actress

Graceful and Alluring Carmencita Abad which is Carmencita Decano Abad in real life (born 1933) is a Filipina actress. She made her film debut with Tres Muskiteros (a.k.a. 3 Muskiteers) was a younger sister of another PreWar actress Corazon Noble.

Inspired of Alexander Dumas's The Three Muskiteers a Filipino version made by Sampaguita Pictures in 1951 was Abad's first major role. The only movie under Sampaguita Pictures that was released in 1951 before she moved to the rival company, Lvn Pictures, in the early 1950s.

Abad's first movie in Lvn Pictures was in cameo roles with Evelyn Villar teamed up with a handsome lead actor of the company Armando Goyena as a Filipino Super Hero as Kapitan Kidlat from the movie Kidlat, Ngayon.

Early life[edit]

Filmography[edit]

  • 1951 - Tres Muskiteros a.k.a. Three Muskiteers
  • 1953 - Kidlat, Ngayon - Lvn Pictures, a.k.a. Lightning, Today
  • 1954 - Damong Ligaw - Lvn Pictures
  • 1954 - Ikaw ang Dahilan - Lvn, a.k.a. You are the Reason
  • 1954 - Singsing na Tanso - Lvn Pictures, a.k.a. Silver Ring
  • 1955 - Tagapagmana - Lvn, a.k.a. Inheritance
  • 1955 - Hagad - Lvn Pictures, a.k.a. Police
  • 1955 - 1 2 3 - Lvn Pictures
  • 1955 - Panyolitong Bughaw - Lvn Pictures, a.k.a. Blue Handkerchief
  • 1955 - Karnabal - Lvn Pictures, a.k.a. Carnival
  • 1956 - No Money, No Honey - Lvn Pictures
  • 1956 - Everlasting - Lvn
  • 1956 - Medalyong Perlas - Lvn, a.k.a. Pearl Necklace
  • 1956 - Kumander 13 - Lvn, Commander 13
  • 1957 - Dalawang Ina - Lvn, a.k.a. Two Mothers
  • 1957 - Rosalina - Lvn
  • 1958 - Zarex - Lvn
  • 1959 - Bayanihan - Lvn
  • 1959 - Biyaya ng Lupa - Lvn

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