Panday Kids

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Panday Kids
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Ang mga tagapagala ng espada ng Panday, sila ang mga Panday Kids! (The sword of Panday is entrusted upon them, they are the Panday Kids!)
Genre Comedy
Romance
Action
Drama
Created by Fransisco Balagtas
Developed by Suzette Doctolero
Written by Richard Cruz
Kit Villanueva-Langit
Jules Dan Katanyag
Directed by Mike Tuviera
Dominic Zapata
Starring Sabrina Man
Buboy Villar
Julian Trono
Jolina Magdangal
Iza Calzado
Marvin Agustin
Opening theme "Panday Kids"
sung by Parokya ni Edgar
Ending theme "Sana"
sung by Buboy Villar
Composer(s) Chito Miranda
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 72 episodes (final)
Production
Executive producer(s) Helen Rose C. Sese
Location(s) Philippines
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 30-45 minutes
Release
Original network GMA Network (Philippines)
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original release February 22 – June 4, 2010
Chronology
Related shows Ang Panday
External links
Website www.igma.tv/shows/pandaykids

Panday Kids is a fantasy Philippine drama spin-off from the novel of Carlo J. Caparas. It is produced by GMA Network. This is a television sequel of the 2009 film, Ang Panday which was starred by Bong Revilla. The cast is led by three child stars, Sabrina Man, Buboy Villar, and Julian Trono with Jolina Magdangal, Iza Calzado, and Marvin Agustin.

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Panday Kids is a story of three kids destined to protect the world from the evil Lizardo using the shards of the Panday Sword. Oliver is the Heart (Puso), Hadji is the Bravery (Tapang) and Charlie is the Intelligence (Talino) of the team. They also symbolizes the Philippines. Oliver symbolizes the Visayas explaining why he has some Visayan words like "dili" that in Tagalog means "hindi" and in English, it means "No/Not". Hadji symbolizes the Mindanao explaining Hadji's religion is Muslim and it was also stated that they live in Mindanao before being sent to Manila. And Charlie symbolizes the Luzon in where she was born and raised. In their journey, they face a lot of suffering as their families are torn apart and those they care for die. In the end they are returned to their normal lives without their Panday Powers and Lizardo perishes. Panday Kids is centered on a place called Mystiko.

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