Gregorio Fernandez

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Dr. Gregorio Montenemayor-Fernández (May 25, 1904 – March 11, 1973) also known as Gregorio Fernandez was a film actor and director, and father of Rudy Fernandez.wikipedia
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Rudy Fernandez (actor)

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Dr. Gregorio Montenemayor-Fernández (May 25, 1904 – March 11, 1973) also known as Gregorio Fernandez was a film actor and director, and father of Rudy Fernandez.
Fernandez was born at 8:36 PM on March 3, 1952 at Mary Johnston Hospital in Tondo, Manila, He is the eldest son of the late film director Gregorio Fernandez.

Rodrigo de Villa

The Philippine version was directed by Gregorio Fernandez while the Indonesian version was directed by Rempo Urip.

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Dr. Gregorio Montenemayor-Fernández (May 25, 1904 – March 11, 1973) also known as Gregorio Fernandez was a film actor and director, and father of Rudy Fernandez.

Philippines

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Love team

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The tandem of Gregorio Fernandez and Mary Walter who starred in silent films in the country during the 1920s is considered as the precursor of the love team concept in Philippine cinema.

Luksang Tagumpay

Luksang Tagumpay is a 1956 Filipino drama film by Gregorio Fernandez starring Jaime de la Rosa, Delia Razon and Rudy Fernandez.

Renz Fernandez

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He is the son of Rudy Fernández and Lorna Tolentino and grandson of film director Gregorio Fernández.

Grae Fernandez

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He is the great grandson of the late actor Gregorio Fernandez.

Holy Week in Spain

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Many of these floats are art pieces created by Spanish artists such as Gregorio Fernandez, Juan de Mesa, Martínez Montañés or Mariano Benlliure.

Art collection of Fondazione Cariplo

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Mary Walter

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Her leading man in that film was Gregorio Fernandez, with whom she would be romantically paired in a succession of silent films, constituting perhaps the first "love-team" in Filipino cinema.

Cinema of Asia

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The premiere Philippine directors of the era included Gerardo de Leon, Gregorio Fernandez, Eddie Romero, Lamberto Avellana, and Cirio Santiago.