Ang Padrino

Ang Padrino (transl.The Godfather) is a 1984 Philippine action film co-written, produced and directed by Fernando Poe Jr.. The film also stars Poe as the titular Padrino, a local adaptation of the film, The Godfather. The film is known for the casting of radio personality, Rey Langit as an antagonist in the film.[1]

Ang Padrino
Theatrical Poster
Directed byRonwaldo Reyes
Produced byFPJ
Screenplay by
StarringFernando Poe Jr.
Music byErnani Cuenco
CinematographyVer Reyes
Edited byAugusto Salvador
Distributed byFPJ Productions
Release date
  • December 6, 1984 (1984-12-06)
Running time
140 minutes


  • Fernando Poe Jr. as Emong Sanchez
  • Coney Reyes as Chayong Sanchez
  • Fred Montilla as Atty. Dela Costa
  • Rey Langit as Hitman
  • Johnny Delgado as Jimmy
  • Lito Anzures as Sgt. Quintiliano
  • Ruel Vernal as Pepeng Tambak
  • Lucita Soriano Lita Quintiliano
  • Zandro Zamora as Tony Sanchez
  • Rez Cortez as Jake
  • Ricky Davao as Alex dela Costa
  • Allan Bautista as Frankie
  • Alex Leviste as Totoy
  • Amay Bisaya as Donggay
  • Gigi dela Riva as Selina
  • Max Alvarado as Tasyo
  • Daria Ramirez as Alice
  • Larry Silva as Hilarion
  • Cesar Montano as Noring
  • Rosemary Sarita as Lilia
  • Mario Taguiwalo as Pidyong
  • Tina Loy
  • Joaquin Fajardo
  • King Gutierrez
  • Rene Hawkins
  • Nonoy de Guzman
  • Boy Bañez
  • Belo Borja
  • Nenette Cellona
  • Ernie David
  • Bebot Davao
  • Bert Garon
  • Eddie Gicoso
  • Pons de Guzman
  • Romy Guarin
  • Eddie del Mar
  • Michael Murray
  • Robert Rivera
  • Er Canton Salazar
  • Angie Salinas
  • Naty Santiago
  • Eddie Samonte
  • Eddie Tuazon
  • Angelo Ventura


Award-Giving Body Category Recipient Result
1985 FAMAS Awards[2]
Best Picture Ang Padrino Won
Best Director Ronwaldo Reyes Won
Best Screenplay Eddie Romero, Fred Navarro and Ronwaldo Reyes Won
Best Actress Coney Reyes Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Zandro Zamora Nominated


  1. ^ Langit, Rey (25 August 2015). "Happy Birthday, Da King!". Manila Speak. Retrieved 14 November 2019.
  2. ^ "FAMAS Awards (1985)". Retrieved 13 November 2019.

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