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Canuplin

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Canuto Francia January 28, 1904 – September 4, 1979, better known as Canuplin, was a Filipino stage performer and magician who gained fame for his impersonation of Charlie Chaplin in Filipino movies and the local bodabil circuit

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Filmography
  • 3 Notes
  • 4 External links
  • 5 References

Biography

Canuplin was born in Tondo, Manila, but grew up in Divisoria At age 11, he won "best in costume" while dressed as Chaplin in a local fair As his prize, he was employed as a barker at a circus Soon, he was featured in the circus as a magician's assistant, and he learned to perform magic tricks as well

Canuplin was noticed by the bodabil producer Lou Salvador, Sr and hired as a Chaplin impersonator He gained fame performing his Chaplin act and various magic tricks on the Manila bodabil circuit, appearing alongside stars such as Patsy and Bayani Casimiro He also ventured into such films as Tinig ng Pag-ibig 1940, Luksang Bituin 1941 and Princesa Urduja1942 One of his most notable roles was as the court jester in the 1941 LVN Pictures production of Ibong Adarna In many of his films, Canuplin would appear in his Chaplin guise, wordless as was the silent film star

During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, film production was halted and Canuplin returned as a headliner in bodabil He performed at the Life, Capitol and The Avenue theaters After the war, he appeared in several other films until the 1950s

Canuplin ended his entertainment career at the bodabil circuit where he remained until its waning years in the sixties His last years were spent in relative obscurity in Tondo, though still recognized by his peers

After his death, the playwright Manny Pambid wrote a play, Canuplin, on the bodabil star's rise and fall It was staged by the Philippine Educational Theater Association in May 1980

Filmography

  • 1930 – Collegian Love
  • 1940 - Tinig ng Pag-ibig
  • 1941 - Luksang Bituin
  • 1941 - Kung kita'y kapiling
  • 1942 - Princesa Urduja
  • 1947 - Dalawang Anino
  • 1948 - Waling-Waling
  • 1950 - Tubig na Hinugasan
  • 1955 - Salamangkero
  • 1961 - Operetang Sampay Bakod
  • 1977 - Burlesk Queen

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f Ma Lourdes Maniquis 1994 "Philippine Theater" In Nicanor Tiongson CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art V 1st ed Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines p 272 ISBN 971-8546-30-8 
  2. ^ "Canuplin" PDF Agung Retrieved 2008-02-20 

External links

  • Canuplin on IMDb

References

  • Ma Lourdes Maniquis 1994 "Philippine Theater" In Nicanor Tiongson CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art V 1st ed Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines p 272 ISBN 971-8546-30-8 

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