Cesar Ramirez

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For the Paraguayan footballer, see César Augusto Ramírez.

Arlen Quindoy Aguilar (1929-18 July 2003), better known by his stage name César Ramírez, was a Filipino actor who was a leading man for Sampaguita Pictures. He was famous for his portrayal of a Philippines' mythical hero, "Bernardo Carpio".

He was married to Alicia Vergel. They had two children, Ace and Beverly.

He died of cardiac arrest in 2003.

Filmography

  • Huling Patak ng Dugo (1950) [Sampaguita]
  • Tenyente Ramirez (1950) [Sampaguita]
  • Campo O' Donnell (1950) [Sampaguita]
  • 13 Hakbang (1950) [Sampaguita]
  • Bernardo Carpio (1951) [Sampaguita]
  • Tres Muskiteros (1951) [Sampaguita]
  • Madam X (1952) [Sampaguita]
  • Palasig (1952) [Sampaguita]
  • El Indio (1953) [Sampaguita]
  • Diwani (1953) [Sampaguita]
  • Reyna Bandida (1953) [Sampaguita]
  • Ukkala (1954) [Sampaguita]
  • MN (1954) [Sampaguita]
  • Tres Ojos (1954)[Sampaguita]
  • Dumagit (1954) [Sampaguita]
  • R.O.T.C. (1954) [Sampaguita]
  • Artista (1955)[Sampaguita]
  • Kuripot (1955) [Sampaguita]
  • Uhaw sa Pag-ibig (1955) [Sampaguita]
  • Lupang Kayumangi (1955) [Sampaguita]
  • Walang Panginoon (1956) [Everlasting]
  • Haring Espada (1956) [People's]
  • Montalan Brothers (1956) [Larry Santiago]
  • Kahariang Bato (1957) [Tamaraw]
  • Bicol Express (1957) [Premiere]
  • Aliping Maharlika (1957) [Everlasting]
  • Matira ang Matibay (1958) [Tamaraw Studio]
  • Ramir (1958) [Everlasting]
  • Sisang Tabak (1958) [Cinematic Phil Inc.]
  • 7 Cobra (1964) [Good Harvest Productions]

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