Vol. 3 No. 13, March 31, 1988|
On the Cover: Melanie Trinidad
SULYAP SA NAKARAAN
Events that happened on March 31
1521 – First Mass was held in the Island of Limasawa, in Leyte. Magellan officially claimed possession of the lands which he named Archipelago of Saint Lazarus.
1957 – An estimated five million people attended President Ramon Magsaysay’s burial, the biggest ever in Philippine history.
Personalities and celebrities born on March 31:
1860 – Teodoro Sandiko, educator, labor leader and politician – in Pandacan, Manila (d. October 19, 1939)
1884 – Teodoro M. Kalaw, writer, historian, teacher, politician, and Director of the National Library – in Lipa, Batangas (d. December 5, 1940)
1969 – Maritoni Fernandez (Antonia Maria Carmen Fernandez Moynihan), actress model, entrepreneur and magazine columnist.
1976 – Vice Ganda (real name Jose Marie Borja Viceral), actor-comedian and television host.
2003 – Carl Alexander Acosta, actor, dancer and commercial model – in Calamba City, Laguna.
Ang Balbon ni Rod Santiago
Ang “Balbon” ni Rod Santiago|
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Pilipino Komiks
(Marso 31, 2003).
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The 2001 musical-comedy film Josie and the Pussycats was based of the popular comics series created by American cartoonist Daniel “Dan” S. DeCarlo (1919-2001) and first published in February 1963. The series was adapted into a Saturday morning cartoon by Hanna-Barbera Production in 1970. The film version by Universal Pictures and MGM stars Rachel Leigh Cook as Josie McCoy, Tara Reid as Melody Valentine, and Rosario Dawson as Valerie Brown.
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