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Series cast summary:
Anne Curtis ...  Fatima / ... 140 episodes, 2005
Eula Valdez ...  Lourdes 140 episodes, 2005
Jean Garcia ...  Lucia 140 episodes, 2005
Cherry Pie Picache ...  Jacinta 140 episodes, 2005
Christian Bautista ...  Lorenzo 140 episodes, 2005
Luis Manzano ...  Pablo 140 episodes, 2005


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Ang Pantaseryeng babago sa anyo ng gabi mo.


Drama | Fantasy



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English | Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

2005 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba See more »

Filming Locations:

Metro Manila, Philippines

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Production Co:

ABS-CBN See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Claudine Barretto rejected the role. She cited that her fans might be tired of seeing her in another fantasy series right after Marina (2004). See more »


Remake of Kampanerang kuba (1974) See more »

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Fantasy... and insanely laughable
19 June 2005 | by pope_innocentyearsSee all my reviews

As a self-proclaimed TV and movie critic I decided to give 'Kampanerang Kuba', a chance, much like all the other Philippine movie and TV shows I reviewed. I wasn't disappointed: It was so insanely shallow and mind-numbing I was literally on the floor laughing my brains out. Truly I have never laughed so hard in my life, and what made this soap opera so funny is that the makers never meant it to be that way.

'Kampanerang Kuba' is a TV remake of the popular Vilma Santos movie, Whoever thought that remaking corn-and-camp 60's movies into TV soap opera musicals must absolutely be out of their minds. This time around, "Paris Hilton of the Philippines" Anne Curtis stars as the Quasimodo--or rather--Quasimoda character who, by magical and fantastical reasons, is transformed into a pretty girl and thirsty for revenge against those pretty boy jocks who did not take her out to prom night.

I was laughing my brains out because the show is just fantastically terrible it was laughable. It wasn't as bad as, say, 'Manos: the Hands of Fate', but comparable to classic BAD movies of Ed Wood. It wasn't a bit funny on the supposed funny scenes, but it was a Hell of a lot of fun during the campy scenes: Do you want to know where our hunchback heroine came from? FROM THE ENCHANTED LAND OF THE SINGING HUNCHBACKS! Yes, somehow, somewhere, there's an alternate magical land where everyone is an equally beautiful hunchback with a beautiful singing voice. How crazy can you get?

Next, The immortal soapish elements are present in here, making KK look like the cast of 'Pangako Sa Yo'playing dress-up. Yes, It's very early to make fun of this terrible show, but this is the same feeling as knowing a film will definitely suck even after just a few minutes of viewing it. KK is so terrible and repetitive, it will make you gouge your eyes out.

The only nicer elements of KK is that of the performance of soap legends of Jean Garcia and 'Ms. Powers' herself Eula Valdez. However, even with the insertion of these two power players (which we've seen before in 'Pangako Sa Yo'), the two of them cannot redeem this titanic production.

This being said, somebody ought to ban fantaseryes, telefantasyas, and all of it's incarnations. Somebody should start a revolution.

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