Boyong Mañalac, Hoodlum Terminator Trailer

Boyong Mañalac, Hoodlum Terminator Trailer (1991)

20 June 1991 Drama, Action, Crime

He used to be an outlaw. Now, he is feared by the criminals. Follow this action-filled chapter in the life of Boyong Manalac and witness how he terminates the notorious hoodlums one by one in cold blood. Starring Eddie Garcia, as the hoodlum turned cop. Also stars Edu Manzano, John Regala, Marta Sonano and Pinky De Leon. Eddie Rodriguez directs.

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Cast

Eddie Garcia

as Boyong Mañalac

Edu Manzano

as Mendez

John Regala

as Vargas

Crew

Eric M. Cuatico

Eric M. Cuatico Production Supervisor

Vic del Rosario Jr.

Vic del Rosario Jr. Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

Philippines 20 June 1991

Production Companies

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