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==Merloquet Water Falls - Sibulao Curuan==
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==[[Zamboanga City, Philippines]]==
 
==[[Zamboanga City, Philippines]]==
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<font size=4>Zamboanga City Video Gallery</font><br>
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*From: ubeIceCreamCone | July 13, 2009
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"Zamboanga" was directed by my grandfather, Marvin Gardner in his native Philippines in 1936. His screen name was Eduardo De Castro. Thought lost forever, it was found in 2003? by Philippine filmmaker Nick de Ocampo at the US Library of Congress. (The copy came from Finland, hence the subtitles.)
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It stars Fernando Poe, Sr., the father of Fernando Poe, Jr., Philippine actor and presidential candidate. It is the oldest Filipino feature film known to exist. It was produced by Americans Tait and Harris and intended for American audiences. I have read that it was the first Filipino film entered in the Oscar Awards, but I'm still researching that. I had never even hoped to see any of my grandfather's work, as we thought it was all destroyed during WWII.
  
<font size=4>Zamboanga City Video Gallery</font><br>
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The original film is now back in the Philippines. Nick included "Zamboanga" in his book, SineGabay: A Film Study Guide. He was kind enough to send some copies of the movie to my family.
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==Old Zamboanga City Video Part I==
 
==Old Zamboanga City Video Part I==
 
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Merloquet Water Falls - Sibulao Curuan

Zamboanga City, Philippines

Zamboanga City Video Gallery

  • From: ubeIceCreamCone | July 13, 2009

"Zamboanga" was directed by my grandfather, Marvin Gardner in his native Philippines in 1936. His screen name was Eduardo De Castro. Thought lost forever, it was found in 2003? by Philippine filmmaker Nick de Ocampo at the US Library of Congress. (The copy came from Finland, hence the subtitles.)

It stars Fernando Poe, Sr., the father of Fernando Poe, Jr., Philippine actor and presidential candidate. It is the oldest Filipino feature film known to exist. It was produced by Americans Tait and Harris and intended for American audiences. I have read that it was the first Filipino film entered in the Oscar Awards, but I'm still researching that. I had never even hoped to see any of my grandfather's work, as we thought it was all destroyed during WWII.

The original film is now back in the Philippines. Nick included "Zamboanga" in his book, SineGabay: A Film Study Guide. He was kind enough to send some copies of the movie to my family.

Old Zamboanga City Video Part I

Old Zamboanga City Video Part 2

Old Zamboanga City Video Part 3