Amusing Bella Flores Movie Titles

MANILA, Philippines - The signature eyebrow raise, the sonorous laughter, the menacing stare, and the unshakable presence - these, in one package, can be found in one respectable persona: Bella Flores.

As the country's "primera contravida," Bella has become the standard for other villainesses, who all have a long way to go before they reach her stature.

We definitely miss her onscreen; her last outing was in the 2012 short film "Kontrabida 101," where she showcased what she does best: being a villain. Bella, however, is not in her best shape having lost the ability to walk after a hip surgery and showing signs of Alzheimer's disease and suffering from diabetes.

She deserves a tribute so here we list down either the wittiest or most amusing titles of movies she had done in the hopes of putting a smile on her face to hasten the way to complete recovery.

"Ang biyenang hindi tumatawa" (1954)

"Sa bilis, walang kaparis" (1964)

"Agent Wooley Booley at ang 7 Bikini" (1966)

"Kung may gusot, may lusot" (1972)

"Huwag tularan: Pito ang asawa ko" (1974)

"Isang gabi... Tatlong babae!" (1974)

"Ako ang nagbayo, nagsaing, iba ang kumain" (1975)

"Masikip maluwang paraisong parisukat" (1977)

"Huwag hamakin! Hostess" (1978)

"Petrang Kabayo 2: Anong ganda mo! Mukha kang kabayo" (1990)

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