Family, friends pay tribute to Dolphy

Dolphy's friends in the industry paid tribute to him in necrological services held at the Dolphy theater at ABS-CBN on Wednesday.

'Sendong' victims, Baclaran vendors thank Dolphy

MANILA, Philippines – Victims of tropical storm “Sendong” and the vendors along Baclaran have one thing in common: they were helped by the “King of Comedy” Dolphy.

OSG approves National Artist selection

MANILA, Philippines – The Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) has given the go-signal for the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) to proceed with the selection process for the next batch of National Artists amid the clamor to confer the National Artist Award, even posthumously, to Comedy King Dolphy.

Teditorial: Accolade

Dolphy is dead and like all great comics, his timing was perfect. He was always on cue when to come in, when to go out. Teddy Locsin Jr. expresses regret that the one time we had -- not just one but many chances -- we missed our cue. - The World Tonight, ANC, July 11, 2012

Gary V sings 'Father's Love' in Dolphy tribute

Gary Valenciano sang “Father’s Love” during the tribute to comedy king Dolphy on Wednesday. Dolphy died Tuesday night due to multiple organ failure. He was 83 years old. – ANC

Epi's last words to Dolphy: 'Don't be afraid'

Actor Epi Quizon shared the last words he told his father, King of Comedy Dolphy, who passed away on Tuesday night.

Dolphy is now home, son says

During ABS-CBN's tribute for Dolphy, actor and director Eric Quizon said his father kept on saying, "uwi na ako, uwi na ako" while he was at the hospital. 

Basil sings 'Lift Up Your Hands' at Dolphy tribute

Music icon Basil Valdez on Wednesday sang "Lift Up Your Hands" as part of the tribute program for Comedy King Dolphy. Valdez's performance followed the eulogy offered by ABS-CBN President Charo Santos Concio. -- ANC

Charo: Dolphy a true king, but a humble one

ABS-CBN president Charo Santos-Concio, who starred as Dolphy’s leading lady in the 1982 film “My Juan en Only,” described the comedy king as an unassuming, humble and shy man who never changed despite his fame.

Erik Santos sings 'Diyos ay Pag-ibig' at Dolphy tribute

Singer Erik Santos on Wednesday performed a moving rendition of "Diyos Ay Pag-Ibig" during the tribute program for veteran comedian Dolphy. Santos' performance came after Dolphy's son Eric Quizon delivered his speech expressing gratitude to all who have been part of his father's life.-- ANC, July 11, 2012