Events that happened on February 11
1949 – The Philippine Jaycees, a civic organization composed of young professionals aged 18 to 40, was organized after a three-day convention in Manila.
1987 – The 1986 Constitution took effect. It replaced the 1973 constitution.
SULYAP SA NAKARAAN
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Hiwaga Komiks (Pebrero 11, 1967)
ang kathang nobela nina Francisco V. Coching at Federico C. Javinal
na “Ang Limbas at ang Lawin”
Personalities and celebrities born on February 11:
1860 – Vicente Lukban, revolutionary leader and politician – in Labo, Camarines Norte. (d. November 16, 1916)
1861 – Severino Reyes, playwright, short story writer, editor and creator of “Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang” – in Sta. Cruz, Manila. (d. September 15, 1942)
1913 – Lucio San Pedro, composer and National Artist for Music (1991) – in Angono, Rizal. (March 31, 2002)
1964 – Jackie Lou Blanco (full name Jacqueline Lourdes Blanco Davao), actress.
1976 – Jao Mapa (Jose Vicente P. Mapa III), actor and model– in Manila.
Jao Mapa (with Ruth Barnett)|
on the cover of Celebrity World (February 20, 1995)
1989 – Lovi Poe (full name Lourdes Virginia Moran Poe), actress, singer and model – in Quezon City.
on the covers of Chalk (November 2010), Cosmopolitan Philippines (March 2011),
Sense & Style (June 2011), and Rogue (July 2011).
Brigitte Bardot on the cover of|
Parade (January 11, 1959)
Picture TriviaFrench actress Brigitte Bardot was one of the “Sex Symbol” of the 1950s and 1960s, who gained international fame after starring in the controversial film And God Created Woman (1957). Bardot was the subject of the 1959 essay, The Lolita Syndrome, by Simone de Beauvoir, which described her as the “locomotive of women’s history” and in existentialist themes declared her the “first and most liberated woman of post-war France.”
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