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Vic Silayan

Vic Silayan
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Nom de naissance Victor Payumo Silayan
Naissance 31 janvier 1929
Mort 30 aout 1987 (à 58 ans)

Victor Payumo Silayan (January 31, 1929 – August 30, 1987), commonly known as Vic Silayan, was a Filipino actor who is best known for his roles in Kisapmata (1981) and Karnal (1983).


He is the father of Chat Silayan and grandfather of Victor Silayan.

Le plus souvent avec

Vic Díaz
Vic Díaz
(5 films)
Eddie Romero
Eddie Romero
(2 films)
Rosemarie Gil
Rosemarie Gil
(2 films)
Mike De Leon
Mike De Leon
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Vic Silayan (11 films)

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Tiger Shark, 1h38
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Art martial, Action, Wuxiapian
Thèmes Sport, Arts martiaux
Acteurs John Quade, Roy Alvarez, Vic Silayan, Roland Dantes (Rolando Pintoy Dantes), Jaime Fabregas, Rosemarie Gil
Note40% 2.010792.010792.010792.010792.01079
Un instructeur d'arts martiaux qui se propose de sauver sa petite amie qui est détenue pour rançon par un seigneur de guerre sud- américain
Project: Kill, 1h30
Réalisé par William Girdler
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Action, Espionnage
Thèmes Espionnage
Acteurs Leslie Nielsen, Gary Lockwood, Nancy Kwan, Vic Díaz, Vic Silayan
Note39% 1.950741.950741.950741.950741.95074
Nielsen plays John Trevor, who for six years has been training and leading a team of highly trained special forces men (Code Name: Project: Kill) whose performance is enhanced by drugs. Over time Trevor realises that his men, who work independently, are being used as assassins rather than to protect government installations and individuals.
Night of the Cobra Woman, 1h25
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Thriller, Horreur
Acteurs Marlene Clark, Vic Díaz, Vic Silayan, Rosemarie Gil
Note42% 2.1298552.1298552.1298552.1298552.129855
A beautiful woman turns into a cobra.
Daughters of Satan, 1h30
Réalisé par John Hollingsworth Morse
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Horreur
Acteurs Tom Selleck, Barra Grant, Paraluman, Vic Silayan, Vic Díaz
Rôle Dr. Dangal
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Un marchant d'art trouve une peinture représentant 3 sorcières sur le bûcher dont l'une ressemble étrangement à sa femme. Celle-ci commence alors à se comporter d'une manière très étrange...
Blood Thirst
Origine Philippines
Genres Horreur
Acteurs Vic Díaz, Vic Silayan
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The film's plot, scripted by N.I.P. Dennis in his only listed film credit, is frequently nonsensical, involving a South American belly dancer, played by Yvonne Nielson, who has uncovered an ancient Aztec secret for eternal life, involving regular blood transfusions. To this end, she has enlisted the aid of a Filipino club owner whose visage turns monstrous when he is stalking his prey.
Une fille dans la bataille, 1h39
Réalisé par Irving Lerner
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Guerre, Action, Aventure
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Politique
Acteurs James MacArthur, Van Heflin, Rita Moreno, Leopoldo Salcedo, Vic Silayan, Liza Moreno
Rôle Capt. Garcia
Note57% 2.86012.86012.86012.86012.8601
Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le fils d'un riche homme d'affaires se trouve impliqué dans une guérilla contre les Japonais aux Philippines.
L'Aigle de Guam, 1h54
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Action
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Politique
Acteurs Jeffrey Hunter, Marshall Thompson, Barbara Perez, Lamberto V. Avellana, Chichay Garcia, Vic Silayan
Rôle Major Hondo
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L'histoire vraie de George Tweed, marin américain qui devint le seul combattant sur l'île de Guam afin d'éviter de tomber aux mains des Japonais au début de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale.
Anak Dalita, 1h59
Réalisé par Lamberto V. Avellana
Origine Philippines
Genres Drame, Policier
Acteurs Rosa Rosal, Vic Silayan, Monang Carvajal, Eddie Rodriguez
Rôle Father Fidel
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The story begins with Cita (Rosa Rosal), a prostitute residing in one of the makeshift houses in the squatter colony, strutting down the slums in carefree fashion, donning a dress that seems inappropriate in the slum's state of deprivation, revealing a bit of her cleavage and her shapely legs. the Against the overt images of extreme penury, her striking beauty and glamorous get-up seem scandalous and sinful. Everything changes when she arrives at her destination: a pitiful shanty that houses a dying old woman whose only wish is to see for the very last time her only son, a soldier who was sent to the Korean War. Vic (Tony Santos, Sr.), the war hero who returns to Manila and is forced to live within the ruined walls of the cathedral and among the people who have temporarily resided therein, whose left arm was rendered useless by a war injury, returns to the Philippines a hero. His welcome is cut short when Cita's younger brother informs him of his mother's impending death. He rushes to his mother's shanty in the slums and rushes to her bed, and she recognizes his face, greeted by Cita's emphatic stare and her mother's staggered breath. As if it’s the only thing she is waiting before crossing the realm of afterlife, she screams, lays her head on the side, and dies in his arms, leaving Vic in the grips of despair and depression, driving away the concern of people around him including his mother’s friend Cita who struggles to give him hope and win his love. Disillusioned and unemployed he turns to black market trading and currency smuggling.