Dolphy's Burial on Heritage Park

Pasay, Philippines
July 15, 2012 5:14am CST
Even for a fact that I am not a fan of the Comedy King Dolphy I still bothered to watch live on air because I want to see how organized it is and of course it is a normal reaction that you want to see the last moment of a popular person. I appreciate how it was organized that there were no chaos and at least it is not that too crowded as what happened to the burial of FPJ. It was stated earlier that there is supposed to be a carriage with white horse that will bring to the place of Dolphy but then unfortunately the white horse died so instead they just brought the casket, but I think that is better idea because seems like they can still keep in touch closer to Dolphy until the last minute. It also came to my mind that it seems the white horse doesn't want to take Dolphy literally on his place at cemetery or to his tomb but instead the horse wants to follow Dolphy. I also like the idea that the Seasons of Love was the background song for Dolphy as a sign of happiness that he is now with God in heaven.
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• Philippines
15 Jul 12
all things here on earth have limits, it's a matter of when, God decides when we leave our temple, life is too short, an average of 65 years, it's too short so we have to give value each moment we are alive and do good things that we may be validly enter His kingdom, I pray for those soul who left and those who are still alive, no matter who you are, an actress, a comedian, a media person, political individual, all human are created equal, but also different in most aspects, its our purpose and live with love and faith.
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• Pasay, Philippines
17 Jul 12
People should really understand that life is short to make themselves horrible. As I reflect about the life of Dolphy I am really thinking that he had already done his purpose on earth that he will make the mass people laugh. As you can see and hear the statements from the mass people they claimed that Dolphy is really a stress reliever.
@jizfir (93)
16 Jul 12
I missed the live footage of Dolphy's burial since we had a family outing lastt Sunday. I am glad that it went out well and it was peaceful. I believe it was planned well and everyone cooperated.
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• Pasay, Philippines
17 Jul 12
This is your second post but I've read your typographical error first about the word wedding which made me surprised too. There are some part actually that looks like a wedding of Dolphy because while men are bringing his coffin outside the chapel then people are throwing flowers or bits of petals just like we usually do to the newly wed couples.
@jizfir (93)
16 Jul 12
I missed the live footage of Dolphy's wedding since we had a family outing last Sunday. I am glad that the burial went out well and that there were no problems. I believe it was well planned and everyone cooperated.
@nadrolski (220)
• Philippines
15 Jul 12
the ceremony went fine, emotional and sentimental, until the priest chanted: "Hep Hep!", and the crowd replied, surprisingly. they, especially the Quizon family, as well as the family of Zsa-Zsa Padilla (the widow of Dolphy), kept on telling everyone to avoid frowning because the Comedy King does not want to see us with that face. but i feel that chant was too much. but this is just my opinion, the ceremony is unforgettable, so is our King of Comedy. Long live forever, Tito Dolph :)
@shello (964)
• United Arab Emirates
16 Jul 12
I have to agree with you, the "Hep, Hep!" doesn't sound so good. It seems that it has breached the solemn ceremony though maybe it was a request by the family of the late King of Comedy. Anyway, no matter how we look at it, it all ends to the fact that it was and it will always be the last day that the Filipinos laid eyes to a noble man who has done his best to bring laughter and fun in every Filipino.
• Pasay, Philippines
17 Jul 12
It depends on how the starter delivered his message or the things that he wants to lead like that hep hep hooray!
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
15 Jul 12
Hey there Metatronik, I totally agree with your assessment there and i think that even though he is the king of comedy the solemness of the burial was kept and may it be our final goodbye to him it is his hello to God almighty and to the king of Philippine movies and his marsha then I guess now he is in the best place he can be.
• Pasay, Philippines
17 Jul 12
He is now in the line of public figure people that would always be remembered.
• Philippines
15 Jul 12
how sure are you that he is with God in heaven? what made you think?