Synonyms for fofongay or Related words with fofongay

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Examples of "fofongay"
In 1969, one of his biggest hits was "Facifica Falayfay", where he starred as the gay lead character. It was directed by Luciano “Chaning” Carlos, with whom he worked in 23 of his movies. It was followed by "Fefita Fofongay viuda de Falayfay" in 1973 and "Sarhento Fofongay: A... ewan!" in 1974.
Panchito is perhaps best known for his over 50-plus film team-ups with Dolphy in such movies as "Kalabog en Bosyo" (1959); "Beatnik" (1960); "Si Lucio at Miguel" (1962); "Pepe and Pilar" (1966); "Pacifica Falayfay" (1969); "Fefita Fofongay" (1973); "Bugoy" (1979); and "Bakit Kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba?" (1989). The partnership likewise extended to television, where the duo would co-star in an ABS-CBN variety show, "Buhay Artista" (1965–1972). The tandem was famous for a comedic duet routine wherein one would interrupt the other to offer a mangled translation of the Tagalog lyric into English or vice versa. On July 4, 1966, Dolphy and Panchito would open for The Beatles at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex during that band's infamously abbreviated concert tour of Manila.