|Directed by||Toto Navidad|
|Produced by||Violeta C. Sevilla|
|Story by||Lito Lapid|
|Based on||Tatlong Baraha (1981)|
by Manuel "Lito" Lapid
|Edited by||Toto Natividad|
Tatlong Baraha is a 2006 Filipino action-fantasy film directed by Toto Natividad and starring Lito Lapid and his sons Mark and Meynard. The film is a remake of the 1981 film of the same name, also starring Lito Lapid and featuring his brothers Rey and Rex. The film brings together Leon Guerrero, Julio Valiente and Zigomar, all characters that Lito Lapid previously played in separate movie franchises, to form a vigilante super team. The film is an official entry to the 2006 Metro Manila Film Festival.
The father and sons triumvirate play three oppressed Filipinos during the Spanish regime, a cowardly farmer (Lito Lapid), a mentally challenged man (Mark Lapid), and a hunchback bell ringer (Maynard Lapid). Because of their sufferings, they were blessed with powers to help their fellowmen. They became warriors which symbolizes hope, heroes and defenders of the oppressed and poor, they are Zigomar (Maynard Lapid), Julio Valiente (Mark Lapid) and Leon Guerrero (Lito Lapid) ready to fight for justice and freedom against evil.
- Lito Lapid as Leo/Leonard/Leon Guerrero
- Mark Lapid as Julian/Doc Julius/Julio Valiente
- Maynard Lapid as Mar/Marcial/Zigomar
- Monsour del Rosario as Faustino
- Bearwin Meily as Tomas/Lolo/Tom
- Phoemela Baranda as Corazon/Cory
- Girlie Sevilla as Paula/Paulyn
- Jackie Rice as Juana/Jacky
- Charlie Davao as Hepe General
- Jess Lapid Jr.
- King Gutierrez
- Basty Alcances
- Nikki Bagaporo
- Kathryn Bernardo
- Cyruss Morning Co
- Igi Boy Flores
- Trina Hopia Legaspi
- John Manalo
- Miles Ocampo
|2006||Metro Manila Film Festival||Best Visual Effects||Imaginary Friends||Won|
|Best Make-up Artist||Baby Lucero||Won|
|Best Float||Tatlong Baraha||Won|
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