Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend

Enteng Kabisote: Okay Ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend

DVD cover
Directed by Tony Y. Reyes
Produced by Orly R. Ilacad
Written by Isabel Da Rosa and Bibeth Orteza
Based on Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!
Starring Vic Sotto
Kristine Hermosa
Music by Jan K. Ilacad
OctoArts Films and M-Zet Productions
Distributed by OctoArts Films
Release dates
December 25, 2004
Running time
115 minutes
Country Philippines Philippines
Language English
Budget P 35 million
Box office P 135,109,002.55

Enteng Kabisote: Okay Ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend is a 2004 Philippine fantasy-comedy film directed by Tony Y. Reyes, the first installment of Enteng Kabisote film series and the third movie installment based on television sictom, Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!, which made about PhP 83.6 million.[1] It is also one of the films featured in the 2004 Metro Manila Film Festival.[2]


Enteng Kabisote (Vic Sotto) is a man married to Faye (Kristine Hermosa), a lovely fairy and the only daughter of Ina Magenta (Giselle Toengi), queen of Engkantasya, an enchanted kingdom. The couple has two children, Aiza (Aiza Seguerra) and Benok (Oyo Boy Sotto). The family is living peacefully and happily until the day Satana (Bing Loyzaga), the evil queen of Kadiliman brings chaos to Earth by sending Romero (Jeffrey Quizon), Lucy (Nikki Arriola) and Fer (Levi Inacio) to poison the water of the dams. But Venuz (Leila Kuzma) and Aries (Patrick Alvarez), armored fairies sent by Ina Magenta stopped them.

Satana turns her ire to Enteng’s family, and she sends Itim (Michael V.), to spy on Enteng and Faye. But because of the family’s goodness to him, Itim deceived and betrayed Satana. In turn, Satana transforms herself into a young girl named Tanny (Nadine Samonte), who seduces and possesses Benok, but Enteng manages to stop her evil deed in time. Burning with anger, Satana kidnaps Faye. She demands that Ina Magenta surrenders her good powers so she can rule the Earth. Instead, Ina sends Enteng and Benok together with Itim (transformed into a talking flying horse) to fight Satana. After a numerous adventures and comic fights, they manage to rescue Faye.



Year Award-Giving Body Category Recipient Result
Enteng Kabisote 2: Okay Ka Fairy Ko: The Legend Continues
2005 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Jose Manalo Won


  1. Jazmines, Tessa (January 17–23, 2005), "Kidpic most popular at Manila fest", Variety, 397 (9), p. 17
  2. Belen, Crispina M. (2004-08-05). "8 entries in the Metro Manila filmfest announced.". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2008-01-01.

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