|Mga komiks (comics) na lumabas sa buwan ng Nobyembre|
Fantasy Komiks Taon 1 Blg. 30, Nobyembre 27, 1987|
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang ilustrasyon ni Mike Raymundo
Nobyembre 27 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
Noong Nobyembre 27, 1982, napagwagian ni Lydia de Vega ang gintong medalya sa 100-meter dash sa Asian Games sa New Delhi, India. Si de Vega ang itinuturing na pinakamabilis na mananakbong babae sa Asia noong 1980s.
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GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST
Bob Crane (as
Colonel Robert E. Hogan) and Cynthia Lynn (as Fraulein Helga) |
of the popular television series Hogan’s Heroes,
on the cover of TV Guide (November 27 – December 3, 1965).
Personalities and celebrities born on November 27:
1911 – Fe del Mundo, pediatrician, first woman admiited to the Harvard Medical School, founded the first pediatric hospital in the Philippines, Ramon Magsaysay Awardee (1977, for public service), and National Scientist (2010) – in Intramuros, Manila (d. August 6, 2011).
1932 – Benigno Simeon Aquino Jr, newspaperman, journalist and politician – in Concepcion, Tarlac (d. August 21, 1983).
1947 – Ronaldo Valdez (real name Ronald James Gibbs), actor – in Manila.
1975 – Marlon Manalo, champion snooker and billiards player – in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila.
1976 – Vinci Montaner (full name Francis Vincent Rosales Montaner), singer and stage actor – in Manila.
1986 – Steven Joseph Lao Silva, Portuguese-footballer, actor and singer – in Sacramento, California.
Many know Angie Dickinson as the actress who portrayed the role of Sergeant Suzanne “Pepper” Anderson in the 1970s television crime series Police Woman. Do you know that before this Dickinson had a sexually provocative role and bare her body in a 1974 film? The title of the film is Big Bad Mama, where she played the role of widow Wilma McClatchie opposite William Shatner and Tom Skerritt. It was also in 1974 when Dickinson appeared in an episode of Police Story. Her guest appearance in the series was so popular that she was given her own crime series, the ground-breaking Police Woman. This was the first successful “full hour television dramatic series” where the lead performer is a woman. The series lasted for four seasons (September 13, 1974 – March 29, 1978) and Dickinson was nominated three times for the Emmy Award and four times for the Golden Globe Award. She won the 1975 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
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