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Hari ng Gatilyo (1985)

When his mother and father are murdered by the evil Don Benito, farm boy and amateur gunsmith Daniel sets off on a quest to exact bloody justice.

Directors:

Lito Lapid (as Manuel Lapid), Eddie Nicart
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lito Lapid Lito Lapid
Rebecca Rebecca
George Estregan George Estregan
Romy Diaz Romy Diaz
Bomber Moran Bomber Moran
Rex Lapid Rex Lapid
Ramon D'Salva Ramon D'Salva
Rocco Montalban Rocco Montalban
Max Alvarado Max Alvarado
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Carlos Jean Carlos
Robert Talby Robert Talby
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When his mother and father are murdered by the evil Don Benito, farm boy and amateur gunsmith Daniel sets off on a quest to exact bloody justice.

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

English | Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

5 June 1985 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Blasting Bullets See more »

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LL Productions See more »
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Color:

Color
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A competent entry into the vigilante genre.
10 September 2019 | by junk_78See all my reviews

Daniel is a farm boy and amateur gunsmith. His father returns home from a 15 year prison sentence and is then murdered along with his wife by an old associate. With his specially crafted revolver that shoots rifle bullets and dozens of grenades, Daniel takes it upon himself to exact revenge on hundreds of henchmen - and picks up a stunningly beautiful helper along the way. After seemingly running the width of the Philippine islands and achieving a kill count well into the hundreds, Daniel finally comes face to face with the evil Don Benito and... Well - you'll have to see for yourself. I really enjoyed this movie. While there isn't any over the top gore or nudity (no nudity at all) it still felt like a well made revenge flick from a cast that was adequate with special effects that were again, adequate. I've been watching a lot of Filipino exploding-hut movies lately, and this one is definitely at the top.


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