Who is Öztürk Serengil?

Who is Öztürk Serengil?
Who is Öztürk Serengil?

Öztürk Serengil (b. 2 May 1930, Artvin - d. 11 January 1999, Istanbul) Turkish actor and comedian. He was born in Artvin as the son of teacher Turgut Bey. After his second year in high school, he left his education and came to Istanbul in 1949 with the future famous banker Banker Kastelli Cevher Özden and the future famous painter Cemal Akyıldız. My son started his art life in 1953 with the play called Edvard. He appeared on the stage at Oda Theater in 1958 and at Istanbul City Theater in 1959. He worked as a painter in Babıali in the early 1950's. He started acting in cinema with the movie 3. Floor Murder. In the early days, he typified the 'villain' in 142 films and later became the constant actor of slang comedies and took part in nearly 300 films. He became famous for his character "Adanalı Tayfur". In 1966, he started acting as a showman, as well as taking the stage.


He prepared and presented the competition program called "Gulunuz Güldürinize" on TV. Thanks to this competition, many people stepped into the world of stage and cinema. He has appeared in various TV series. He made various 45's records in the style of political comedy. One of the Güldürü records was “İsmail's Meyhanesi”, a parody version of Timur Selçuk's song “Spanish Meyhanesi”. However, when this record came out, they broke up. Timur Selçuk later had these records collected by court decision. He also published his book, Yeşilçam'i Benden Problem, in which he made a self-criticism of his life.

He has been married four times. He is the father of singer and presenter Seren Serengil (b. 1971).

He had two operations due to brain edema. He could not walk in the last year of his life due to his paralysis, and lost his ability to speak in the last days because the speech center was damaged. He died in his house in Kozyatağı, Istanbul on January 11, 1999, as a result of his respiratory system cease. He was 68 years old when he died. He was buried in Çengelköy cemetery.

Serengil caused great debates with his original perspective on various issues of life and the expression and words he brought to Turkish. The people adopted these words criticized by some. He put new phrases such as “yeşşe” and “kelaj” into Turkish slang, which he uttered with different and unique emphasis. He established a throne in the hearts of the people by saying “Yesşe” in his cheery voice. His former boss Mücap Ofluoğlu, who voiced him in his films, also contributed greatly to this. Moreover, this word "Yesşe" became so famous that even İsmet İnönü could not help himself in the face of an incident and said "Yesşe". This situation showed that he was an artist that appealed to people from all walks of life.

Films

  • Mother's Lamb (1997)
  • The Quack (1996)
  • Super Star (1995)
  • The Stupidity Record (1994)
  • Two People with Open Foreheads (1994)
  • Swords (1994)
  • Find the Land Get the Money (1993)
  • Kiss Father's Hand (1993)
  • Everything Is For My Husband (1991)
  • Don't Make Me Laugh (1986)
  • Scorpion (1986)
  • Laughter Market (1986)
  • Berduşlar in the Society (1984)
  • The Shocked Bride (1984)
  • Separation (1984)
  • The Livelihood Bus (1984)
  • The Big Selection in the Whirlpool (1984)
  • Let It Play Sazlar (1984)
  • Awake Fools (1981)
  • Make You Laugh (1977)
  • Drunk (1977)
  • Our Girl (1977)
  • Sons of the Father (1977)
  • Adana Urfa Bank (1977)
  • Driver Mehmet (1976)
  • Kismet (1974)
  • Emperor (1974)
  • Cyprus Victory (1974)
  • Siribim Şiribom (1974)
  • This is what you call a man (1974)
  • The Penniless (1974)
  • Sweat in Bath (1974)
  • Anchovy Nuri (1973)
  • My mother-in-law is Kudurdu (1973)
  • Çulsuz Ali (1973)
  • Armless Hero's Arm (1973)
  • What a Beautiful Thing to Live (1969)
  • Cici Gelin (1967)
  • Traffic Belma (1967)
  • Double Gun Groom (1967)
  • If My Wife Cheats Me (1967)
  • The Millionaire's Daughter / Vengeance (1966)
  • Innocent Escape (1966)
  • Beyoğlu Mystery (1966)
  • Dear Teacher (1965)
  • 65 Husni (1965)
  • We Are Citizens Too (1965)
  • Cezmi Band 007.5 (1965)
  • Istanbul Kazan I Scoop (1965)
  • Keloğlan (1965)
  • Liar's Candle (1965)
  • A Strange Man (1965)
  • I Cut Your Words With Balla (1965)
  • Under My Shock (1965)
  • I Disrupt Touch (1965)
  • Halal Adana Jalal (1965)
  • The Poor Young's Novel (1965)
  • Take Care of His Father Take Your Son (1965)
  • Who Knows Wins (1965)
  • Abidik Gubidik (1964)
  • Tweezers Ali (1964)
  • Are You Looking At Me? (1964)
  • The Bride in the Robe (1964)
  • My Coach (1964)
  • A Half of Islands Comes to Us (1964)
  • Fatoş Defeated Fendi Tayfur (1964)
  • Kesanli (1964)
  • Maniacs Mansion (1964)
  • The Devil Within (1964)
  • Ten Beautiful Legs (1964)
  • Poyraz Osman (1964)
  • The Final Decision (1964)
  • Berber Woman (1964)
  • Nobody Kisses Like Fatma (1964)
  • Adana Tayfur Brothers (1964)
  • Kissing Forbidden (1964)
  • The Wandering Baby Filinta Cowboy (1964)
  • Hızır Dede (1964)
  • The Love Thief (1963)
  • Meet in Hell (Comp Der Verdammten) (1963)
  • The Wanderer Driver (1963)
  • The Bad Seed (1963)
  • Cici Can (1963)
  • Three Flirtatious Brides (1963)
  • Temem Bilakis (1963)
  • Bahriyeli Ahmet (1963)
  • Tell Me About My Mother (1963)
  • Hormuz with Seven Husbands (1963)
  • Forced Millionaire (1963)
  • Give Me a Kiss (1963)
  • Troublemaker (1963)
  • Dear Madam (1963)
  • Secret Love (1963)
  • Livelihood (1963)
  • Adana Tayfur (1963)
  • Almond Candy (1963)
  • Osman Killed Me (1963)
  • Some Like Beats (1963)
  • Wounded Lion (1963)
  • The Treasures of Genghis Khan (1962)
  • What a Candy Thing (1962)
  • Husband for Rent (1962)
  • The Man in the Glass (1962)
  • Matchmaker (1962)
  • Sinless Lovers (1962)
  • Never mind the doctor (1962)
  • Young Osman (1962)
  • The Broke Lovers (1962)
  • I Want to Die (1962)
  • Give Your Hand Istanbul (1962)
  • Law Is Law (1962)
  • Alone to Death (1962)
  • The Most Beautiful of Kismet (1962)
  • Streetgirl (1962)
  • Are we friends too? (1962)
  • Where Is The Devil In This (1962)
  • Fatoş's Babies (1962)
  • Empty Slot (1961)
  • Between Two Love (1961)
  • Fate Traveler (1961)
  • Angels Are My Witness (1961)
  • The Howling Mountains (1961)
  • Fate Cannot Be Prevented (1961)
  • Black Mulberry (1961)
  • Black Angel (Breaking Chains) (1961)
  • Are We Not Human (1961)
  • Yaman Journalist (1961)
  • The Guns Talk (1961)
  • Patience (1961)
  • Camp Der Verdammten (1961)
  • The Refuge (1960)
  • Osman Sergeant (1960)
  • My Life Gone Like This (1959)
  • Devil's Maya (1959)
  • Street Singer (1959)
  • Cyprus Martyrs (1959)
  • Istanbul Adventure (1958)
  • Karasu (1958)
  • Suffering From Death (1958)
  • Farewell (1958)
  • Orphan Puppies (1955)
  • Third Floor Murder (1954)

plates 

Some of the records printed by “Serengil Plak” belonging to Öztürk Serengil are as follows:

  • 1964 - "Abidik Gubidik Twist / Eye on Me”(1964), Commentator: Öztürk Serengil, Composition: Şerif Yüzbaşıoğlu, Words: Fecri Ebcioğlu (used in the movie" Osman Killed Me ")," Serengil Plak 1001 ". Ajda Pekkan voices the arrangement on the B-Side of the record
  • 1964 - "Bedia ... / We Gone Singularity“, Commentators: The piece on the B-face: Öztürk Serengil & Vahi Öz (duet), Vahi Öz voices Bedia on the A-side. Serengil Plak 1002”
  • 1964 - "Let's look at our wander / wave“, Commentators: B-Face: Öztürk Serengil & Sadri Alışık (duet), Sadri Alışık performs the" Avare "on the A-side. "Serengil Plak 1003"
  • 1965 - "Şepke / I Cut His Words With Honey”, A-face: Commentator: Öztürk Serengil, Arrangement: Metin Bükey, words: Aram Gülyüz, B - face: Commentators: Öztürk Serengil & Ayfer Başıbüyük (duet), Arrangement: Metin Bükey, words: Beliğ Selönü,“ Serengil Plak 1008 "
  • 1965 - "Shudder… / To Love… To Shake…“, A-side: Commentators: Öztürk Serengil & Fatma Girik (duet), Arrangement: Metin Bükey, words: Sadun Aksüt, B-face: Fatma Girik, arj. Metin Bükey, "Serengil Plak 1010"
  • 1966 - "Come to my mom / don't make me sad“, A- face: Commentator: Hülya Koçyiğit, B- face: Commentators: Öztürk Serengil & Hülya Koçyiğit (duet),“ Serengil Plak 1011 ”
  • 1967 - "Tak Tak Tiki Tiki Tak / Cezmi Band 007 and a Half'', Odeon Record 708
  • 1968 - "Filthy Pussy / You're My Friend's Wave“, Odeon Plak 912, with İlhan Feyman Orchestra.
  • 1968 - "Doctor Barnard / In My Money Days ”Lyrics: Turgut Dalar, Söz Ö. Serengil with Kanat Gür Orchestra, Odeon Plak 938.
  • 1968 - "The World Turns / I Have Sealed Eyes "Odeon Plate 978.
  • 1969 - "İsmail's Meyhanesi / Mangiraj, WithholdingCommentator: Öztürk Serengil. The song on the A-face was a parody version of Timur Selçuk's song “Spanish Meyhanesi”, this record was collected from the market at the end of the lawsuit filed by Selçuk.
  • 1969 - "I am an Indian, actually I am from Nevşehir / Who wants to be an artist”, Disco Record 253.
  • 1969 - "Bring Jafar Cloth / Is It Us Too Lo Lo Lo“, Söz Music: Adnan Türközü, Discotheque
  • 1970 - "Forgot Us Solomon / Alas“, Sayan Plate 2 5001
  • 1970 - "I will not drink anymore / Makber“, Sayan Plate 2 5002
  • 1970 - "When I Feel My Loneliness / Roses Opened Your Way“, Söz Music: Bora Ayanoğlu, Sayan Plak 2 5004.
  • 1971 - "Give Bro / Here is Tax Here is Finance", Sayan Plak 2 5009." Here is Tax, Here is Finance "on the B-face, Baris MancoIt is a parody version of the song “Here's the Hendek, Here's the Camel”.
  • 1974 - "Our Age Has Come Kırka / Külhan Bey“, Coşkun Plak 1344
  • 1974 - "Who To Who, Dum Duma / Come On“, Söz Music: Adnan Türközü, Coşkun Plak 1345.
  • 1974 - "Oh Be My Mother-in-law / Hela Holding“, Discotheque 5139.
  • 1974 - "Brawl / Clown“, Elenor Plak 1020.
  • 1976 - "Nationalist Zühtü / Game Weather for You“, His propaganda record for the Justice Party

The songs he sang in his movies 

  • “Adanalı Song” - (from the movie “Almond Candy” (1963)), Efgan Efekan, Fikret Hakan, Fatma Girik, Ahmet Tarık Tekçe etc. they sing all together.
  • "Sen Sevme Beni" (from the movie "Avare Yavru Filinta Cowboy" (1964) with Parla Şenol)
  • “I Live Without Knowing Me” - (from the movie “Knowing Wins” (1965)) Duet with Gönül Yazar
  • "We Both Raslaştık" - (From the movie "My Wife Cheats Me" (1967)) Duet with Vahi Öz
  • "Carousel" - (From the movie "Yaşamak Ne Güzel Şey" (1969) with Selda Alkor)
  • "Casatchock" -
  • "I Always Remembered You" -

books 

  • Ask Yeşilçam from me (1985)

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