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Working Boys (1985)

The wacky trio of Tito, Vic and Joey became a quartet with the addition of the Bagets (1984) film actor, Herbert Bautista. They played jack of all trades and masters of none in this spin off of the film Working Girls (1984).

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Mike Relon Makiling (story & screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tito Sotto Tito Sotto ... Oscar
Vic Sotto ... Bert
Joey de Leon ... Ernie
Herbert Bautista Herbert Bautista ... Kermit
Chichay Chichay ... Chairman
Eula Valdez ... Brooke
Yayo Aguila ... Cookie
Cheska Iñigo ... Tatum
Dindo Fernando Dindo Fernando ... Renny Boy Alicante
Gina Pareño ... Gina
Rio Locsin ... Jill
Carmi Martin ... Suzanne Galang
Bomber Moran Bomber Moran ... Hostage Taker
Max Alvarado Max Alvarado ... Hostage Taker
Paquito Diaz Paquito Diaz ... Hostage Taker
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The wacky trio of Tito, Vic and Joey became a quartet with the addition of the Bagets (1984) film actor, Herbert Bautista. They played jack of all trades and masters of none in this spin off of the film Working Girls (1984).

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Comedy

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

7 February 1985 (Philippines) See more »

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Viva Films See more »
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Color
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Spoofs Working Girls (1984) See more »

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Yes, I saw this!
19 June 2009 | by rosscinemaSee all my reviews

I was a Marine stationed in Okinawa and I went to the Philipines three times during the 1980's and I used to tune into the Eat Bulaga TV show and thought it was fun. No, I don't speak Tagalog but it was still a fun show to watch! I then saw the TV commercials for this movie and wanted to see it so a nice girl took me to the local theater and we did indeed see this.

If I remember (and it's been quite some time) the film was reminiscent of a Cheech and Chong movie without the raunch and maybe Help with the Beatles. Just goofy bits and slapstick comedy with the three leads getting involved in different shenanigans. No, it was not exactly the Marx Brothers but harmless fun!


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