Saturday, March 31, 2012

March 31


MARCH 31
Prime Weekly Edition Vol. 3 No. 13, March 31, 1988
On the Cover: Melanie Trinidad

SULYAP SA NAKARAAN 
Ang nobela ni Alfonso Sujeco na Ikalimang Utos ng Diyos,
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng magazine na Aliwan (Marso 31,1947).
Sa Bibliya, ang Ikalimang Utos ng Diyos ay “Igalang Mo ang Iyong Ama’t Ina” at
hindi “Huwag Kang Papatay” katulad ng inilalahad dito ng nobela.

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).
          Isang kakaibang crimefighter superheroine ang character na “Balbon” na nilikha ni Rod Santiago para sa Pilipino Komiks noong 2003. Malakas, nakalilipad at lumalaban sa mga iba’t-ibang makapangyarihang nilalang. Hindi nagkaroon ng katapusan ang kuwentong ito sapagkat tumigil ang Atlas Publishing ng pag-limbag ng Pilipino Komiks noong 2004.
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Rachel Leigh Cook, Tara Reid and Rosario Valentine,
as Josie and the Pussycat, on the cover
of TV Guide (March 31–April 6, 2001).
Picture Trivia
          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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1 comment:

  1. The contents of the covers here are virtually unknown.

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