Monday, October 29, 2012

October 29


October issues of different magazines


OCTOBER 29 
October 29 (1999): MOD Magazine Vol. XXXII No. 1466
On the Cover: Jolina Magdangal

Oktubre 29 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
          Noong Oktubre 29, 1901, ang Insular Museum of Ethnology, Natural History and Commerce ay itinatag sa Manila sa pamamagitan ng Act No. 284 ng Philippine Commission. Ang institusyong ito ay naging ganap na National Museum of the Philippines noong Pebrero 12, 1988.
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Noong Oktubre 29, 1875, ang Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy ay itinatag sa University of Santo Tomas sa pamamagitan ng isang royal decree kasabay ng reorganisasyon ng pamantasan.
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Personalities and celebrities born on October 29:
A portrait of General Antonio Luna,
Philippine Revolution’s best strategist.








1866 – Antonio Novicio Luna, writer, patriot, revolutionary general and strategist – in Urbiztondo, Binondo, Manila (d. June 5, 1899).












1877 – Narcisa Buencamino de Leon, film producer and founder of LVN Pictures, in San Miguel, Bulacan (d. February 6, 1966)
Antonio “Tony” Velasquez, the acknowledged
“Father of Philippine Komiks”







1910 – Antonio “Tony” Velasquez, writer, editor, creator of Kenkoy and “Father of Philippine Komiks” – in Ulilang Kawayan, Paco, Manila (d. 1997).












1920 – Fidela “Tiya Dely” Magpayo-Reyes, broadcaster and radio icon, in Manila (d. September 1, 2008).
1945 – Reynaldo A. Duque, fictionist, poet, scriptwriter, translator and editor – in Bagani Ubbog, Candon, Ilocos Sur.
1945 – Arnulfo P. Fuentabella, Speaker of the House of Represenatives (November 12, 2000 – January 24, 2001) – in Goa, Camarines Sur.
1955 – Boy Abunda (full name Eugenio Romerica Abunda Jr), talent manager, publicist and television host – in Borongan, Eastern Samar.
Angelika dela Cruz gracing the cover of MOD Magazine
September 24, 2004 issue.










1981 – Angelika de la Cruz (full name Maria Lourdes Egger de la Cruz), actress and singer – in Quezon City.













1985 – Regine Angeles (full name Diorella Regine de Leon Angeles), model and actress – Quezon City. 
Regine Angeles on the covers of Maxim Philippines October2008 issue
and FHM Philippines April 2011 issue.
Ang Captain Boom ng Mag-amang Mars at Ric Ravelo.
Ang likhang isip ng mag-amang Mars at
Ric Redondo na “Captain Boom” tampok
sa taklob-pahina ng United Komiks Blg. 73,
na may petsang Oktubre 29, 1966.
          Ang Filipino superhero character na si Captain Boom ay nilikha ni Mars Ravelo, na iginuhit naman ng kaniyang anak na Ric, para sa United Komiks noong 1966.
          Ginawa itong isang teleserye ng ABS-CBN Channel 2 bilang unang handog ng Komiks Presents: Kapitan Boom noong 2008. Ginampanan ni Jon Avila ang papel na Kapitan Boom samantalang si Jay-R (Siaboc) ang gumanap sa alter-ego ni Kapitan Boom na si Lance Mercado.
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Si Olivia Newton-John para sa pelikulang Xanadu,
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Photoplay Magazine
October 1980 issue.

Larawang Tribiya
          Noong 1980, tinanggihan ni Olivia Newton-John ang inialok na papel sa kaniya sa pelikulang Can’t Stop the Music ng Village People upang gawin ang pelikulang Xanadu. Ang Xanadu sana ang maglulunsad kay Newton-John bilang isang solo star, subalit hindi naging matagumpay sa American box office ang pelikula. Ang Xanadu ang tanging pelikula kung saan mag-isang nasa top billing si Newton-John.
          Ang “Xanadu” ay mula sa pangalan ng summer capital ni Kublai Khan (ng Yuan Dynasty) sa China. Hinalaw ito mula sa tula ni Samuel Taylor Coleridge na Kublai Khan.
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2 comments:

  1. FYI, according to wikipedia, Ms. Margie Moran was born on Sept. 15 not Oct. 29, thanks.

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    1. I got her bio from another source. A Phil. Daily Inquirer source also listed September 15, so I have corrected it. Thanks.

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