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The 70s served as a transitional period for FPJ. He did a few more westerns before transitioning to his bread-and-butter action movies which lasted well into the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. (He would supplement these with the occasional ScrewballComedy.) However it was his four-part 80s FantasySeries ''Ang Panday'' (''The Blacksmith'') which some consider to be his MagnumOpus. The four films swept the box office at every UsefulNotes/MetroManilaFilmFestival they were shown in, winning a Best Picture Award ''every time'' along with a slew of awards.

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The 70s served as a transitional period for FPJ. He did a few more westerns before transitioning to his bread-and-butter action movies which lasted well into the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. (He would supplement these with the occasional ScrewballComedy.) However it was his four-part 80s FantasySeries ''Ang Panday'' (''The Blacksmith'') which some consider to be his MagnumOpus.greatest work. The four films swept the box office at every UsefulNotes/MetroManilaFilmFestival they were shown in, winning a Best Picture Award ''every time'' along with a slew of awards.


* ImplacableMan: His CowboyCop characters played this to [[Film/Commando John Matrix-level degrees]].

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* ImplacableMan: His CowboyCop characters played this to [[Film/Commando [[Film/{{Commando}} John Matrix-level degrees]].


Fernando Poe, Jr. (Born Ronald Allan Kelley Poe; August 20 1939 - December 14, 2004) was a [[Main/FilipinoMedia Filipino actor, director, screenwriter, producer, singer, and attempted politician]]. He was dubbed [[RedBaron The King of Philippine Cinema]] and more colloquially, Da King or FPJ.[[note]]Close friends called him Ronnie, in reference to his real name.[[/note]] In the annals of Filipino cinema he is considered the country's answer to Creator/JohnWayne and Music/ElvisPresley, though his long repitoire of [[Main/ActionGenre action movies]] might very well make him a mix of Creator/ClintEastwood, Creator/CharlesBronson, Creator/LeeMarvin, Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger, Creator/SylvesterStallone, Creator/BruceWillis, Creator/ChuckNorris, Creator/BurtReynolds, Creator/TomSelleck, Creator/KurtRussell, and Creator/DavidHasselhoff.

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Fernando Poe, Jr. (Born Ronald Allan Kelley Poe; August 20 1939 - December 14, 2004) was a [[Main/FilipinoMedia [[FilipinoMedia Filipino actor, director, screenwriter, producer, singer, and attempted politician]]. He was dubbed [[RedBaron The King of Philippine Cinema]] and more colloquially, Da King or FPJ.[[note]]Close friends called him Ronnie, in reference to his real name.[[/note]] In the annals of Filipino cinema he is considered the country's answer to Creator/JohnWayne and Music/ElvisPresley, though his long repitoire of [[Main/ActionGenre action movies]] might very well make him a mix of Creator/ClintEastwood, Creator/CharlesBronson, Creator/LeeMarvin, Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger, Creator/SylvesterStallone, Creator/BruceWillis, Creator/ChuckNorris, Creator/BurtReynolds, Creator/TomSelleck, Creator/KurtRussell, and Creator/DavidHasselhoff.



!!Tropes that apply to him and his works are:
* AFatherToHisMen: He was the first Filipino producer to break the mold of not providing catering to the film crew.
* TheAce: Definitely applies to him in real life, with his 5 FAMAS Best Actor wins and long list of film roles. He was also was a crack pistol shot like his CowboyCop characters, plus undertook actual boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.
* BerserkButton:
** For his Muslim fans (the Philippine population being 30% Muslim after all), him being KilledOffForReal in his movies. There's an infamous story where an entire theatre full of them went into a full riot after seeing him dying in one movie.
** For his fans in general, speaking ill of him.
** For the man himself, disrespecting the film crew.
* BloodBrothers: With ex-President Joseph Estrada.

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!!Tropes that apply to him and his works are:
* AFatherToHisMen: He was the first Filipino producer to break the mold of not providing catering to the film crew.
* TheAce: Definitely applies to him in real life, with his 5 FAMAS Best Actor wins and long list of film roles. He was also was a crack pistol shot like his CowboyCop characters, plus undertook actual boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.
* BerserkButton:
** For his Muslim fans (the Philippine population being 30% Muslim after all), him being KilledOffForReal in his movies. There's an infamous story where an entire theatre full of them went into a full riot after seeing him dying in one movie.
** For his fans in general, speaking ill of him.
** For the man himself, disrespecting the film crew.
* BloodBrothers: With ex-President Joseph Estrada.
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* CoolOldGuy: He was acting well into his ''sixties'' and still going strong.
* DareToBeBadass: True story: one of his more fanatic fanboys actually brought ''a gun '' into the theatre (security restrictions in Philippine movie houses being ''very lax'' at the time) and started shooting at the screen to "help" FPJ fight his onscreen enemies.
* GutturalGrowler: His own voice. Effective when handing down verbal smackdowns to the bad guys.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: A favorite punishment of his to the bad guys.
* HumbleHero: Was this on-screen and in real life, which made him all the more popular and endearing.

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* CoolOldGuy: He was acting well into his ''sixties'' DirectedByCastMember: As D'Lanor or Ronwaldo Reyes.
* DigitalDestruction: The Creator/{{ABSCBN}} broadcasts of restored FPJ movies on the Sunday "Ang Hari FPJ" block. While the quality of the restorations themselves are good (and necessary, given the deteriorated quality of the film stock on some of the movies), the network cuts the movies down by half to fit a 70-minute timeslot to make space for the commercials. Even worse, they do a poor job of censoring them by jump-cutting to black
and still going strong.
white or using [[DigitalBikini pixelated blocks]] to any time someone gets shot and blood gets spilled on-screen. Elsewhere, for some films, they didn't even bother trying to clean them up.
* DareToBeBadass: True story: one of his more fanatic fanboys actually brought ''a gun '' into the theatre (security restrictions KeepCirculatingTheTapes: FPJ movies are rare in Philippine movie houses being ''very lax'' at home media, and the time) and started shooting at the screen to "help" very lax video piracy laws there ensure that a lot of FPJ fight his onscreen enemies.
* GutturalGrowler: His own voice. Effective when handing down verbal smackdowns to the bad guys.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: A favorite punishment of his to the bad guys.
* HumbleHero: Was this on-screen and in real life, which made him all the more popular and endearing.
movies are readily available on Website/YouTube.



* KickTheDog: His loss in the 2004 presidential elections. Made even worse when it was later revealed his opponents had committed electoral fraud.
* MrFanservice: Was this in his younger years.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], reformed criminals, [[FarmBoy Farm Boys], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!



* RedBaron:
** "Da King", and "FPJ", to many.
** "Ronnie", to his friends and family.
* TitleDrop: Fond of these in his movies.
* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisingly, his on-screen enemies [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.]]

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* RedBaron:
OldShame: 1964's RomanticComedy ''Los Palikeros'' (''The Playboys'') was this for him, because it portrayed him as freewheeling playboy, at least according to Joseph Estrada. This was the only one of FPJ's movies that was a certified BoxOfficeBomb.
* PlayingAgainstType:
** "Da King", He plays TheHeavy in 1956's ''Kamay ni Cain'' (''Hand of Cain'') and "FPJ", to many.
a SerialKiller in 1957's ''Bicol Express''.
** "Ronnie", to His character in ''Alyas 1-2-3'' (''Alias 1-2-3'') is a reformed safecracker.
** His character in 1988's ''Gawa Na Ang Bala Na Papatay Sa 'Iyo'' (''The Bullet That Will Kill You Has Already Been Made'') is no CowboyCop, but an ex-con seeking revenge for
his friends daughter and family.
brother's deaths.
* ProductionPosse: His crew at FPJ Productions. Usually, he would have himself as producer (or director if needed), have character actors Paquito Diaz, his brother Romy, Max Alvarado, or martial arts expert Zandro Zamora as TheDragon, either Eddie Garcia or Subas Hererro as the ManBehindTheMan, the ever-ubiquitous Thunder Stuntmen as the expendable [[{{Mook}} Mook Army]], comedian Denicio Padillia as PluckyComicRelief, either Enrani V. Cuneco or Jaime Fabregas as a composer (the latter having the occasional cameo), Fred Navarro on story and screenplay, and Ver P. Reyes on cinematography.
* TitleDrop: Fond of these in his movies.
* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisingly, his on-screen enemies [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.]]
movies.


* BadassGrandpa: He was acting well into his ''sixties'' and still going strong.



* CoolOldGuy: He was acting well into his ''sixties'' and still going strong.



* ImplacableMan / OneManArmy: His CowboyCop characters played this to [[Film/Commando John Matrix-level degrees]].

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* ImplacableMan / OneManArmy: ImplacableMan: His CowboyCop characters played this to [[Film/Commando John Matrix-level degrees]].


* TheAce:
** Definitely applies to him in real life, with his 5 FAMAS Best Actor wins and long list of film roles. He was also was a crack pistol shot like his CowboyCop characters, plus undertook actual boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.

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* TheAce:
**
TheAce: Definitely applies to him in real life, with his 5 FAMAS Best Actor wins and long list of film roles. He was also was a crack pistol shot like his CowboyCop characters, plus undertook actual boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.



* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], reformed criminals, [[FarmBoy FarmvBoys], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], reformed criminals, [[FarmBoy FarmvBoys], Farm Boys], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!


* TheAce: FPJ was a crack pistol shot like most of his characters, plus had boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.
** He also played in a few charity basketball games in the 60s.
* BerserkButton: For his Muslim fans (the Philippine population being 30% Muslim after all), him being KilledOffForReal in his movies. There's an infamous story where an entire theatre full of them went into a full riot after seeing him dying in one movie.

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* TheAce: FPJ TheAce:
** Definitely applies to him in real life, with his 5 FAMAS Best Actor wins and long list of film roles. He was also
was a crack pistol shot like most of his CowboyCop characters, plus had undertook actual boxing training for his picture ''Apollo Robles''.
** He also played in a few charity basketball games in the 60s.
Robles''.
* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
**
For his Muslim fans (the Philippine population being 30% Muslim after all), him being KilledOffForReal in his movies. There's an infamous story where an entire theatre full of them went into a full riot after seeing him dying in one movie.



* BadassGrandpa: The man was acting well into his ''sixties'' and still going strong.

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* BadassGrandpa: The man He was acting well into his ''sixties'' and still going strong.



* BottomlessMagazines: A frequent occurence in his action movies and westerns.
* DareToBeBadass: True story: one of his more fanatic fanboys actually brought ''a gun '' into the theatre (security restrictions in Phippine movie houses being ''very lax'' at the time) and started shooting at the screen to "help" FPJ fight his onscreen enemies.

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* BottomlessMagazines: A frequent occurence occurrence in his action movies and westerns.
* DareToBeBadass: True story: one of his more fanatic fanboys actually brought ''a gun '' into the theatre (security restrictions in Phippine Philippine movie houses being ''very lax'' at the time) and started shooting at the screen to "help" FPJ fight his onscreen enemies.



* ImplacableMan / OneManArmy: His CowboyCop characters.

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* ImplacableMan / OneManArmy: His CowboyCop characters.characters played this to [[Film/Commando John Matrix-level degrees]].



* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], [[FarmBoy farmers]], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], criminals, [[FarmBoy farmers]], FarmvBoys], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!



* RedBaron: "Da King", and "FPJ", to many.

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* RedBaron: RedBaron:
**
"Da King", and "FPJ", to many.


* ''Ang Padrino'' (''The Patron''), with him as an urban philanthropist. It won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the 1985 FAMAS Awards. Also notable for including Filipino radio legend Rey Langit as a ProfessionalKiller hired to kill FPJ.
* ''Musilm .357'', where he plays a Muslim cop transfefed to Manila to fight against TheSyndicate, headed by [[CorruptCop the corrupt]] [[TheMole Police Captain Ramos]], played by again by Eddie Garcia. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.

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* ''Ang Padrino'' (''The Patron''), with him as an urban philanthropist. It won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the 1985 FAMAS Awards. Also notable for including Filipino radio legend Rey Langit as a ProfessionalKiller hired to kill FPJ.
FPJ's character.
* ''Musilm .357'', where he plays a Muslim cop transfefed transfered to Manila to fight against TheSyndicate, headed by [[CorruptCop the corrupt]] [[TheMole Police Captain Ramos]], played by again by Eddie Garcia. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.


* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisingly, with his on-screen enemies Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.

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* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisingly, with surprisingly, his on-screen enemies [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.]]


* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisngly, with his on-screen enemies Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.

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* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisngly, surprisingly, with his on-screen enemies Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.


* ''Musilm .357'' where he plays a Muslim cop assigned to UsefulNotes/{{Manila}} to fight against TheSyndicate, headed by [[CorruptCop the corrupt]] [[TheMole Police Captain Ramos]], played by again by Eddie Garcia. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.

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* ''Musilm .357'' 357'', where he plays a Muslim cop assigned transfefed to UsefulNotes/{{Manila}} Manila to fight against TheSyndicate, headed by [[CorruptCop the corrupt]] [[TheMole Police Captain Ramos]], played by again by Eddie Garcia. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.


* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], a blacksmith, [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], [[FarmBoy farmers]], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], [[TheBlacksmith a blacksmith, blacksmith]], [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], [[FarmBoy farmers]], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], urban philanthropists, [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!


* The aforementioned ''Ang Panday'' saga.
* The ''Kapag Puno Na Ang Salop'' (''When The Measure is Full'') trilogy, where he portrays a CowboyCop pitted against [[CorruptPolitician a corrupt judge]] played by his frequent costar Eddie Garcia.

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* The aforementioned ''Ang Panday'' saga.
saga, with FPJ as Flavio, [[TheBlacksmith The Panday]], or Blacksmith, wielder of a [[CoolSword magic balaraw, or dagger, that turns into a magic sword]]. Flavio is pitted against the [[Really700YearsOld 300-year old]] DarkLord Lizardo, played by character actor Max Alvarado. An adaptation of a comic strip by Carlo J. Carapas, and considered the [[TransatlanticEquivalent Filipino answer]] to ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' and ''Franchise/TheLordOfTheRings.''
* The ''Kapag Puno Na Ang Salop'' (''When The Measure is Full'') trilogy, where he portrays a CountryMouse CowboyCop pitted against [[CorruptPolitician a corrupt judge]] played by his frequent costar Eddie Garcia.



* The ''Isang Bala Ka Lang!'' (''You'd Only Take One Bullet!'') duology, the first of which won him a FAMAS Best Actor Award.
* ''Uiimpisahan Mo, Tatapusin Ko!'' (''You Start, I'll Finish!''), which bagged him another FAMAS Best Actor Award.
* ''Ang Padrino'' (''The Patron''), which won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the 1985 FAMAS Awards. Also notable for including Filipino radio legend Rey Langit as a ProfessionalKiller hired to kill the title character, played by FPJ.
* ''Musilm .357'' where he plays a Muslim cop assigned to UsefulNotes/{{Manila}} to fight against TheSyndicate. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.

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* The ''Isang Bala Ka Lang!'' (''You'd Only Take One Bullet!'') duology, the where he plays a RetiredBadass CowboyCop. The first of which film won him a FAMAS Best Actor Award.
* ''Uiimpisahan Mo, Tatapusin Ko!'' (''You Start, I'll Finish!''), which where he plays another CountryMouse CowboyCop looking for his kidnapped bride-to-be in UsefulNotes/{{Manila}}. The film bagged him another FAMAS Best Actor Award.
* ''Ang Padrino'' (''The Patron''), which with him as an urban philanthropist. It won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the 1985 FAMAS Awards. Also notable for including Filipino radio legend Rey Langit as a ProfessionalKiller hired to kill the title character, played by FPJ.
* ''Musilm .357'' where he plays a Muslim cop assigned to UsefulNotes/{{Manila}} to fight against TheSyndicate.TheSyndicate, headed by [[CorruptCop the corrupt]] [[TheMole Police Captain Ramos]], played by again by Eddie Garcia. This won him his fifth and final Best Actor Award and a spot in the FAMAS Hall of Fame.



* TitleDrop: Fond of these in his movies.

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* TitleDrop: Fond of these in his movies.movies.
* TrueCompanions: With Joseph Estrada, his crew at FPJ Productions, and surprisngly, with his on-screen enemies Eddie Garcia, Paquito and Romy Diaz, Vic Diaz (no relation), and Max Alvarado.


* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], a blacksmith, [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], [[FarmBoy farmers]], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: His RealLife achievements as an actor, director, singer, songwriter, producer, and politician nothwithstanding, he's played [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]], actual [[{{Cowboy}} Cowboys]], a blacksmith, [[DoAnythingSoldier Do Anything Soldiers]], [[TheEveryman Everymen]], [[LovableRogue Lovable Rogues]], billiards players, taxi drivers, jeepney drivers, mechanics, [[BadassPreacher Badass Preachers]], [[HeelFaceTurn reformed criminals]], [[FarmBoy farmers]], [[CombatMedic Combat Medics]], boxers, fishermen, bodyguards, politicians, [[HenpeckedHusband Henpecked Husbands]], [[RetiredBadass Retired Badasses]] and even a SerialKiller!


* ImplacableMan: His CowboyCop characters.

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* ImplacableMan: ImplacableMan / OneManArmy: His CowboyCop characters.

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* ImplacableMan: His CowboyCop characters.

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