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Eileen Kelly is equal parts seductress and doe-eyed ingénue as she lies on her white bed, in her all-white room — the only accents of color coming from her shimmering blue top and favorite pink lightbulb.The archipelago is home to over 150 languages, each with a distinct sound and cadence.And, the melodic harmony of these languages is visible in texts, ballads, and indeed, baby names as well.So, if you’re thinking of giving your baby-to-be an exotic name, consider picking one from our comprehensive collection of Filipino baby names.The moniker Dalisay has a happy and whimsical feel to it, probably because of its association with the English name Daisy. As an extra, she used to earn 5 pesos per appearance.

Her first starring role was Jack and Jill (1955), the same movie that established Dolphy as the top comedian of the country.

She was paired with Eddie Arenas in Gilda (1956), in which she won her first FAMAS Award for Best Actress. Her first movie was in Sampaguita Pictures Ating Pag-ibig (1953) starring Tita Duran and Pancho Magalona, followed by Apat Na Taga (1953), Cofradia (1953), Mr.

Kasintahan (1953), Sabungera (1954), Pilya (1954) with Gloria Romero and Ric Rodrigo, Jack And Jill (1955) with Dolphy and Rogelio dela Rosa, Binibining Kalog (1955) with Ramon Revilla, Tanikalang Apoy (1955) with Paraluman, Kanto Girl (1956) with Oscar Moreno, and Alipin Ng Palad (1959) with Luis Gonzales.

She is a warrior from the outer space who manifests herself through a human named Narda.

Lolita Rodriguez, Dolores Clark in real life, was born on January 29, 1935 in Urdaneta Pangasinan. Her first movie was She was introduced as second lead in Pilya (1954) where she portrayed Gloria Romero’s older sister.

She also appeared in action films including Tarhata (1957), Kilabot Sa Makiling (1959), Kapitan Lolita Limbas (1961) with Greg Martin, Eddie Garcia, Lito Legaspi and Josephine Estrada, and Diegong Tabak (1962).