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Ang Panday or simply Panday (english title: The Blacksmith) is a fantaserye television series that was aired in the Philippines by ABS-CBN. The pilot episode of the first book (Panday: Unang Yugto) aired on November 7, 2005 and ended with its last episode on December 9, 2005. The second book (Panday: Ang Ikalawang Yugto), aired its pilot episode on April 3, 2006, and ended with the series' finale on May 26, 2006. The series is based on the fictional comics character of the same name, which was created by Carlo J. Caparas and illustrated by Steve Gan. The Lead actor and Actress here are KristineHermosa (Yna) and JerichoRosales (Angelo) of the hit PangakoSaYo

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Synopsis
A meteor crashes into the desert of Sto. Sepulcro. FLAVIO, the panday of the community, forges a dagger and a churchbell from the remains of the meteor. He uses this same dagger to fight off the SOMBRA OSCURA, the minions of evil, who constantly attack the town. By some mystical power, the dagger of Panday transforms into a great sword every time he weilds it in defense of the people of Sto. Sepulcro.

In his final battle against evil, Panday faces off against LIZARDO, the Son of the Devil and leader of the Sombras. The battle is intense, but, in the end, Panday is able to vanquish his mortal foe.

Having saved Sto. Sepulcro, Flavio decides to give up his sword. He goes to the church and casts his fabled weapon into the bell he also made. A white light then shoots out from the sky, and it lifts Panday up into the heavens.

The people of Sto. Sepulcro rejoice now that Panday has brought them peace. Unbeknownst to them, the Sombras discover that there is a part of Lizardo that is still alive -- his brain.

In order to bring him back to life, they must transcend time and space to look for the girl who can ressurect their master.

Will the Sombras succeed? If they do, who will defend the people of Sto. Sepulcro once more? The story of Panday continues.

in Tagalog
Ang Panday ay isang fantaserye na ibinatay sa kwentong komiks sa panunulat ni Carlo J. Caparas at iginuhit ni Steve Gan. Naaalala din ang mga sineng pinagbidahan ni Fernando Poe, Jr. na ganoon din ang pamagat noong dekada 1980. Ang kwento ng Panday ay umiikot sa isang panday na may makapangyarihang espada laban sa kasamaan.

Sa Enero 2006, ipapalabas ang ikalawang yugto ng kwento ni Tristan bilang Panday.

The History of Panday
Created by Carlo J. Caparas, Panday is the story of a metalsmith named FLAVIO, who belongs to the community of Sto. Sepulcro. Originally a comic book, Panday follows the adventures of Flavio after he forges a dagger and a churchbell from the remains of a meteor that crashes into the desert of the town. He uses this same dagger to fight off the SOMBRA OSCURA, the minions of evil, who constantly attack the town. By some mystical power, the dagger of Panday transforms into a great sword every time he weilds it in defense of the people of Sto. Sepulcro.

In his final battle against evil, Panday faces off against LIZARDO, the Son of the Devil and leader of the Sombras. The battle is intense, but, in the end, Panday is able to vanquish his mortal foe.

In 1980, the comic story was adapted to the big screen. Legendary actor, Fernando Poe Jr. starred as Flavio, and Max Alvarado was the infamous Lizardo. Three more installments to the Ang Panday movie production were made throughout the 80's: Ang Panday Ang Pagbabalik, Ang Panday: Ikatlong Yugto, and Panday Ikaapat na Aklat. Each of them solidifying FPJ's status as the Panday, defender of the masa.

After a long hiatus, the story of Panday is alive again -- this time as a sineserye being brought to you by ABS-CBN.

Background
Panday literally means "the blacksmith", Ang Panday is the TV adaptation of the hit Fernando Poe Jr. movie-series Ang Panday that lorded the silverscreens during the early 1980s. It is about a blacksmith who made an enchanted sword that gives him special powers to embattle the dark forces.

Today, Philippine TV station ABS-CBN relives the magic of Panday as they bring it on TV.This soap opera was actually claimed not to be shot as an actual soap opera, but a movie.

Some of the location shots were taken in a remote town in Bohol, where the beach is white as the folks called it "colgate-white".

Characters
TRISTAN .. Jericho Rosales
EDEN .. Heart Evangelista
LIZARDO .. Victor Neri
UTOY .. Julio Pacheco
UNANG YUGTO CHARACTERS
Flavio Philip Salvador
Esmeralda Marianne dela Riva
Tata Selo Nante Montreal
Socur Rommel Montano
Mang Emong Roldan Aquino
Padre Damian Chris Vertido
Lolita Shyr Valdez
Diego Michael Rivero
Magnus Mon Confiado
Feirrus Levi Ignacio
Rusticus Gino Paul Guzman
Lady Feirrus Aleck Bovick
Domingo Ian de Leon
Julio Christopher Roxas
Florentina Neri Naig
Nana Selo Eva Darren
Henia Bea Nicolas
Misteryosong Matanda Joe Gruta
Boyet Joshua Dionisio
Alfred Mico Palanca
Mr. Roxas Mike Austria
Mrs. Roxas Vivian Foz
Danica Mikaela Monteverde
Episode Guide / Full Story (incomplete)
Panday Episode 26 (04/05/06)

Tristan from Kabuog’s camp was pitted against Kaliksi from Kaupay’s. Although nervous, Tristan emerged as the obvious winner. He hesitated to kill Kaliksi but Kabuog shouted that he had to keep his promise so Tristan had no other choice but to do it. Kabuog was very happy he chose Tristan as his parabuno. Even Mabaysay, the Queen was impressed with the young man’s abilities.

After seeing Tristan’s match, Kahimu became restless. Kaupay says it’s probably because his parabuno feels threatened. Kahimu scoffed at Kaupay’s words and told his owner not to compare him with Tristan. He hates Tristan for saving the person he loathes the most.

During a meal, Tristan asks Kabuog about Kahimu’s background. He discovers that Kahimu was once a pirate who worked for Kabuaya’s father also a bandit. When the leader died, he passed on the reins to Kahimu and not his son. When Kahimu started giving their loot to the poor, Kabuaya got mad and turned over the notorious pirate to the authorities with the promise from Mabaysay to make him the head of the paradakos. And the people of Rayhak Kalipay, whom Kahimu helped were the ones who chose death as the pirate’s punishment. Kaupay only saved Kahimu from being killed when he bought him to be his parabuno.

Mabaysay hears of Kaupay’s plan to set Kahimu free if and when he wins the Burunu-ay championship. The queen was furious for Kahimu was the one who destroyed her father’s good name which caused his early demise. So she wants him to pay for the deed but how could she extract revenge when Kaupay promised the criminal his freedom? The Queen tried to talk Kaupay out of the deal but the man says he will keep his word to Kahimu.

Eden gets prepared for Lizardo’s next transformation. The dark lord is now only waiting for the coming of the fallen angel on the feast of the Abuhi Nahimaya. Three signs are to be expected and two of these has already happened, the raining of leaves from the heavens and fish getting washed up upon the seashore. Lizardo can’t hardly wait for the last one. Meanwhile a woman is eagerly awaiting the birth of her child anytime soon. However though joyous, she feels sad too for the child won’t be able to know his father.

Tristan wins one match after another. Kabuog is also raking in the money. What Tristan doesn’t know is that Kabuog is keeping Utoy hostage. He was deceiving Tristan all along so that he would win the Burunu-ay crown once again.

Production Crew
Directors
Toto Natividad
Rechie del Carmen
Production Manager
Annaliza Goma
Executive Producer
Grace Ann Casimsiman
Associate Producer
Carmina dela Merced
Production Assistants
Roselle Soldad
Ritchie Trono
Joyce Enriquez
Mae Trono
Head Writer
Galo Ador Jr.
Episode Writers
Aloysius Adlawan
Eden Bernal
Tristan Gaynor
Angelo Roxas
Creative Consultant
Carlo J. Caparas
Creative Manager
Jake Tordesillas
Script Continuity
Marinette Natividad
Keith Galvez
Jayme Olonan
Production Designer
Sammy Aranzamendez
Location Manager Alvin Cabalda
Asst. Location Managers
Michael Angelo Banaga
Joseph Senen
Jeffrey Recaplaza
Lighting Directors
Joe Tutanes
George Tutanes
Assistant Directors
Greg Lipit
Revanel Dejarme
Mar Lipit
Catalino Tabliso
Field Cashiers
Sherlynne Francisco
Avelyn Martinez
Archie Santos
SPCL Make-up Artists
Laila Baun
Vicente Batoctoy
Ramon Baun
Ferdinand Espina
Mina Meer
Joemar Dinolan
Make-up Artists
Rosauro David
Jaypee Reyes
Carmela Paguio
Julius Renon
Denise Asaral
Costume Designer
Glad Works
Wushu Fight Coordinator
Lester Pimental
Wushu Trainors
Gary Cua
Andy Liu
Stunt Directors
Eric Torrente
Rey Solo
Talent Coordinator
Cornelia Lee
Legman
Emmanuel Goma
Special Effects
Eric Torrente
Scorer
Jessie Lucas
Supervising Editor
Rachel Aguilos
Visual Effects
Melvin Guinto
CGI
Cedric Hornedo
AVID Editors
Jesus Mendoza Jr.
Ferdinand Panghulan
Roman Rodriguez
Rommel Malimban
Dennis Salgado
Roy Francia
Marion Bautista
Post Producer
Myra Una
3D CGI Animation Artists
Rod Tinapay
Edsel Yanga
Pocholo Eleazar
Gail Limos
Herbert Samson
Rommel Celo
Rudyard Lim
Vincent Cheng
Yzabel Ojeda
Visual Effects Artists
Jonathan Espana
Joey Sumulong
Joan Cabrera
Aldo Aguilar
Bunpin Po
Juliet Coo
Gabby Cua
Joe Honrade
Carmi Cruz
Motion Graphics Artist
Edward Lizada
Audio Post Supervisor
Roel Abito
Sound Designers
Gerry Samson
Arman Cernado
Ernani Tusi
Aeneid Pajo
Wanni Delosa
Folley Recording Engr.
Erick Verbo
Michael Lipata
Raymond Serdan
Rowel Calma

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