Saturday, October 27, 2012

October 27


October issues of different magazines


OCTOBER 27
Aliwan Blg. 114, Oktubre 27, 1947
Tampok sa harapang pabalat ang nobelang “Bulaklak na Papel” ni Carlos Padilla,
at sa likurang pabalat ang komiks strip na “Ang Buhay nga Naman” ni Lib Abrena.
 
Oktubre 27 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Oktubre 27, 2002, nabili ng pamahalaan ng Pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) ang painting ni Juan Luna na “Parisian Life” (1892) sa halagang 46 milyong piso sa auction sa Hong Kong. Ang painting ay naglalarawan ng isang hindi-kilalang binibining taga-Paris, France. Mapapansin din sa dulong kaliwang bahagi ng painting ang pagkaguhit kina Dr. Jose Rizal, Juan Luna at Dr. Ariston Bautista.
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GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST
Katharine Hepburn (for the film Christopher Strong)
on the cover of Film Weekly (October 27, 1933).
On this same year Hepburn won the first of her four
Academy Awards for Best Actress for the film Morning Glory.


Personalities and celebrities born on October 27:
1893 – Manuel V. Moran, seventh Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (July 9, 1945 –March 20, 1951) and first Filipino ambassador to Vatican – in Binalonan, Pangasinan (d. August 23, 1961).
1920 – Felicisimo Ampon, champion tennis player, at five-foot tall once called “the pound-for-pound best tennis player in the world.” (d. October 7, 1997).
1944 – Gary Lising (full name Edgardo Lising), actor, comedian and writer – in Baguio City.


1955 – Charo Santos-Concio (birth name Maria Rosario Navarro Santos), actress, television host, film producer and broadcast network executive – in Legaspi City, Albay.
Charo Santos
on the cover of Philippine Panorama (June 11, 1978).
 
The “Wonder Boy” of Philippine cinema,
Niño Muhlach, when he was around five
years old, on a Sarsi print ads.






 

1971 – Niño Muhlach (full name Angelo Jose Rocha Muhlach), actor – in Manila.
 
 
Picture Trivia 
          Do you know what Bruce Springsteen’s nickname in the music industry? He is known as “The Boss.” The year 1975 is considered Springsteen’s breakthrough year. In August 13, 1975, Springsteen and the E-Street Band began a five-night 10-show stand at the New York’s The Bottom Line Club. This event was listed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the “50 Moments that Changed Rock and Roll.” On August 25, his album Born to Run was released. It peaked at Number 3 on the Billboard 200.
Bruce Springsteen on the covers of both Time at Newsweek
on the same week, October 27, 1975.
 
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