Celebrity Samurai

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Celebrity Samurai
Celebrity samurai.jpg
ICHI NI SAN GO KABUTE!
Created by Associated Broadcasting Company
Starring Joey de Leon
Ruffa Mi
Wilma Doesnt
Mr. Fu
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
Production
Executive producer(s) Manuel V. Pangilinan
Running time 30-45 minutes
Release
Original network Associated Broadcasting Company (TV5)
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original release (Pinoy Samurai)
February 27, 2011 - September 25, 2011
(Celebrity Samurai)
October 2, 2011 – June 10, 2012
Chronology
Followed by Game N Go
External links
Website

Celebrity Samurai (formerly Pinoy Samurai) is a Comedy Game show hosted by Joey de Leon as Prinsipe Sutsut (lit. Prince Sutsut), Ruffa Mi (Kimonay), Wilma Doesnt (Itimpura) and Mr. Fu (Gaysha), broadcast by TV5 and aired Sundays before Paparazzi Showbiz Exposed.

It features celebrities engaged in different games, obstacles and challenges administered by Prinsipe Sutsut.

The show was formerly called Pinoy Samurai, and featured ordinary Filipinos engaged in different obstacles to become the Pinoy Samurai, who won a reward for up to 150,000 pesos cash.

Main Hosts[edit]

Games and Game Masters[edit]

Sumo Kokana[edit]

  • Tiny - The giant sumo wrestler
  • Godzira - The not-so-sturdy monster
  • Kulang the Barbarian - The skinny Barbarian
  • Princess Hentay

Who Wants to be a Pritong Psychic[edit]

Angry Balls[edit]

Tsunami Chair[edit]

Pin The Tail on the Pig[edit]

  • Tita Kris
  • K.O.

Other Games[edit]

  • Putok to Putok
  • Roulette Trap
  • Hiro Bato
  • Ang Tenga Tenga Mo
  • Japajump
  • Apakyaw

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