Honeymoon without Disturbances(1968) - (Nahed Sherif) Egyptian one-sheet
This is a poster designed by Abdel Alim to promote the 1968 100-minute black-and-white Abdel Moneim Shoukry film Honeymoon without Disturbances starring Hassan Youssef and Nahed Sherif based on a story by Ahmed Abdel Wahab with screenplay also by Ahmed Abdel Wahab, dialogue by Esmat Khalil and cinematography by Adel Abdel Azim. Plot summary: Monir (Hassan Youssef) was a young doctor who lived in Alexandria. He married the girl he loved (Nahed Sherif) against the wishes of his father, who was from Upper Egypt. The father read about the marriage in the newspapers, had a fit of rage and decided to kill his son. He was then surprised to learn that Madbouli, with whom he had an old quarrel, had been released from prison. The father knew Madbouli wanted to kill Monir to get revenge. During a chase Madbouli thought Monir was the nurse he had met at a clinic, then learned the truth and tried to kill Monir, but failed again. He fell in the water and almost drowned, but Monir saved him. This had a great effect on Madbouli and he stopped trying to kill Monir. The father married a woman he had met at a hotel in Alamein and the couple finished enjoying their honeymoon.
Cast and crew: Nahed Sherif, Mohamed Awad, Amin El-Heinedy, Hassan Hamed, Hassan Youssef, Abdel Moneim Shoukry, Abdel Moneim Shoukry, Adel Abdel Azim, Ahmed Abdel Wahab, Linda Badawy