Pik Pak Boom Trailer

Pik Pak Boom Trailer (1988)

"A two-in-one movie" 25 December 1988 Comedy, Romance 110 mins

About young people learning that happiness comes from learning how to give of one's self. MANYIKA is about an enchanted doll who came to life and taught two orphans the value of love. BANANA-CUE is about a rich girl who found happiness in the company of a classmate who sold sweetened bananas in order to see himself through high school.

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Vic del Rosario Jr.

Vic del Rosario Jr. Executive Producer

Sergio Lobo

Sergio Lobo Cinematography

Manny Morfe

Manny Morfe Production Design

Mon del Rosario

Mon del Rosario Music Director

International Releases Dates

Philippines 25 December 1988

Production Companies

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