Bondying: The Little Big Boy Trailer

Bondying: The Little Big Boy Trailer (1989)

18 February 1989 Comedy

Jimmy Santos as the innocent Bondying.

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Cast

Jimmy Santos

as Bondying

Chichay

as Lola Tisya

Panchito

as Packoy

Nova Villa

as Luding

Paquito Diaz

as Maurice

Jigo Garcia

as Pabling

Joko Diaz

as Ronnie

Vina Morales

as Bingbing

Mely Tagasa

as Ms. Capulong

International Titles

Mars Ravelo's Bondying: The Little Big Boy Trailer

International Releases Dates

Philippines 18 February 1989

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