6.6/101 Votes Alchetron
Genre Situational comedy
Country of origin Philippines
First episode date 1977
Number of seasons 10
Directed by Bert de Leon
No. of seasons 10
Final episode date 2011
|Created by Our Own Little Way Productions and IBC-13|
Starring Tito Sotto Vic Sotto Joey de Leon
Program creator Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Networks TV5, Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Cast Joey de Leon, Vic Sotto, Tito Sotto
Similar Daddy Di Do Du, Student Canteen, Okey Ka Fairy Ko!, John en Marsha, Sic O'Clock News
aning francia iskul bukol clip may 24 2011 flv
Iskul Bukol is a Philippine situational comedy show that aired on the IBC-13 network from 1977 to 1990. It starred Filipino comedians Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon. The show centered on their lives as students of the fictional Wanbol University, parodying its real life counterpart, Arellano University. The show's theme song, also titled "Iskul Bukol", is sung to the tune of Elvis Presley's "All Shook Up."
- aning francia iskul bukol clip may 24 2011 flv
- Iskul bukol casts reunite in tunay na buhay
- Main characters
- Back to Iskul Bukol
- Iskul Bukol's Influence
- Iskul Bukol 20 Years After (Ungasis and Escaleras Adventure)
- Iskul Bukol Mini Reunion in 2007
- Iskul Bukol (TV5 remake)
Iskul bukol casts reunite in tunay na buhay
Back to Iskul Bukol
Back to Iskul Bukol is the 1999 TV sequel to the original Iskul Bukol series also formerly aired on IBC-13 and in cooperation with Viva Television, Corp.. De Leon is the only member of the original cast to return. He plays an English literature professor who decides to go back to his old school to teach and wreak havoc like in the old days. Things could not get any worse when he finds out that one of his students, Ludwig von Tapia (Jeffrey Tam), is actually Miss Tapia's love child. The series also starred Val Sotto, Marissa Sanchez, Ruby Rodriguez, Patricia Javier, Gian Sotto (as Jigs), Mausi Wohlfarth (as Mumai), Maui Taylor, and Katya Santos. It also featured cameo roles by Bing Angeles (as Mang Temy) and Mely Tagasa (as Miss Tapia). The show ran for two seasons.
Its canonicity in the official Iskul Bukol timeline is in question despite the appearance of Gian Sotto and Jeffrey Tam in Iskul Bukol 20 Years After.
Iskul Bukol's Influence
In the GMA-7 documentary show I-Witness, presenter Jay Taruc revisited Iskul Bukol and the Philippines’ comedy trio (Tito, Vic, and Joey) in a 2007 retrospective episode titled "Wanbol University" and discovered that TVJ merchandise was still a hit.
Iskul Bukol 20 Years After (Ungasis and Escaleras Adventure)
Iskul Bukol 20 Years After (Ungasis and Escaleras Adventure) is a 2008 Philippine comedy movie that depicts the characters 20 years after the end of the original television series. It is the third of the series of Iskul Bukol films. The first three films were 1978's Iskul Bukol the Movie, 1980's Iskul Bukol Freshmen, and The Best of Iskul Bukol: The Movie in 1987.
Iskul Bukol Mini-Reunion in 2007
A Iskul Bukol mini-reunion was celebrated on June 30, 2007 in the GMA-7 show Eat Bulaga!'s Bulagaan portion. Mely Tagasa, Tito Sotto, Joey de Leon and Vic Sotto appeared, reprising their roles from Iskul Bukol.
Iskul Bukol (TV5 remake)
On December 3, 2010, TV5 executive Percy Intalan announced that Iskul Bukol will be remade as a joint project with APT Entertainment. Fred Lo, Sam YG, and Alwin Uytingco will play the three main characters, with Erika Padilla and Regine Angeles in supporting roles. However, Joey de Leon's son Keempee, who also appeared with his father in the original series, said the new show will not feature any of the original characters nor anyone related to them, although it will still be set in Wanbol University. He added that the series will have partial influences from Glee and How I Met Your Mother.