Monday, February 24, 2014

Streets of Fire [شوارع من نار] (Nour El-Sherif) - (R1994)

Streets of Fire [shaware men nar] (Nour El-Sherif) (R1994) Egyptian film poster

This film is based on Billy Wilder's Irma La Douce with a story that begins in 1942 beside the Suez Canal in the city of Ismailia Egypt. The poster measures 25.5" x 37" and was designed for a 1994 rerelease of Samir Seif's 1984 108-minute color film Streets of Fire starring Nour El-Sherif based on screenplay and dialogue by Ibrahim al-Mawgi and Ahmed Saleh with cinematography by Essam Farid. Plot summary: A policeman named Imam [Nour El-Sherif] was transferred from Ismailia to Cairo to work in a red light district. He fell in love with a whore named Nousa [Madiha Kamel] who worked with a local thug named Galal [Sayed Zayan], but Imam did not know Nousa was a whore. In an incident defending Nousa, Imam beat up a British soldier and then lost his job. He returned to the neighborhood looking for work, became a pimp and got into a fight with Galal. Imam won the fight, became the district's dominant tough guy and married Nousa. Later when prostitution was outlawed, Imam took to nightclub life and then joined revolutionaries fighting the British. A year earlier the 1983 Nader Galal film Five Doors Bar [khamsa bab] had also been based on Irma La Douce, set at about the same time in Cairo's Ezbekia district.

Cast and crew: Nour El-Sherif, Madiha Kamel, Laila Eloui, Sayed Zayan, Mohamed Reda, Samir Seif, Naima Al Soghayar, Negah El-Mogui, Atef Barakat, Zakaria Mouafi, Billy Wilder, Essam Farid, Karima El-Sherif, Hanem Mohamed, Sharifa Zaitoun, Amima Selim, Mohammad Shawky, Zakaria Mouafi, Ahmed Abu Abia, Kassim Al Daly, Fouad Khalil, Reda Al Sayed, Souraya Ezzeddine, Fouad Abdel Aziz, Youssef Fawzi, Wasila Hussein, Hosni Abdel Galil, Hayatem, Youssef Assal, Ahmed Abdel Hadi, Ahmed Farid



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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Street Player [الحريف] (Adel Imam) - (1983)

Street Player [al-harif] (Adel Imam) (1983) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Samir to promote the 1983 Mohamed Khan 128-minute color film Street Player [al-harif] starring Adel Imam based on a story by Mohamed Khan and Bachir El Dik, screenplay and dialogue by Bachir El Dik and cinematography by Said Sheimy. This early film by Mohamed Khan was his only collaboration with actor Adel Imam. It is about a street sockball player named Fares [Adel Imam], based on the life of a real street player who was known as Barefoot Said. The film depicts his relationship with his divorced wife [Fardous Abdel Hamid], his son from that marriage and his employment situation in a shoe factory. The sets are realistic and true to the times and social class of Barefoot Said and his milieu. Plot Summary: Fares worked in a shoe factory and lived alone in a rooftop room. He had separated from his wife Dalal despite the love between them and their small son. He tried unsuccessfully to restore their relationship. Rizq [Abdula Farghali] bet on him when he competed in matches and won the lion's share of the gambling proceeds, but gave little to Fares. His neighbor on the roof committed murder and the police came to arrest him. Fares was fired from his job because of negligence. His colleague Soad tried to get close to him without success because he loved his divorced wife. He met his old friend Shaaban who had acquired an auto dealership; Shaaban agreed to work with Fares and gave him a Bijou automobile. Fares returned to Dalal so they could do some errands together and educate their son. He also played in a sockball tournament.

Cast and crew: Adel Imam, Fardous Abdel Hamid, Nagah El-Mogui, Salah Nazmi, Hamdi Al Wazir, Abdalla Mahmoud, Abdula Farghali, Zizi Mustafa, Adawi Gheith, Farouk Youssef, Walaa Farid, Hanem Mohamed, Sabri Abdel Moneim, Samiha Tawfik, Haitham Abdel Gawad, Abdullah Mahmoud, Ibrahim Qadry, Sayed Khattab, Sami Islamouni, Hosny Abdul Jalil, Enayat Al-Sayes, Samia Sami, Samir Rostom, Aly Youssef, Shukry Mansour and Hussein Arar.

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Friday, February 21, 2014

The Sparrow [العصفور] (dir: Youssef Chahine) - (1972)

The Sparrow [al-asfour] (dir: Youssef Chahine) (1972) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is a 27" x 39" poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour to promote the 1972 Youssef Chahine 102-minute color film The Sparrow [al-asfour] starring Seif El Din, based on a story by Lotfi al-Khawali with screenplay and dialogue by Lotfi al-Khawali and Youssef Chahine and cinematography by Mostafa Imam. According to a critics poll taken at the 2013 Dubayy International Film Festival this is one of the 100 most important Arab films. Plot summary: This film made in Algeria and Egypt is a reaction to the Arab loss of the 1967 war with Israel. It has a spirit of pride and patriotic conviction where director Chahine attempts to show the war was lost from within due to corruption and weakness in the ruling classes. In one of the film's several narrative lines the character Baheyya [Mohsena Tewfik] leads defiant demonstrations, rejects the defeat and demands that Gamal Abdel Nasser return to the government after stepping down. The sparrow motif symbolizes the brave and innocent Arab peoples who have become victims of national and international circumstances.

Cast and crew: Youssef Chahine, Ali El Cherif, Mahmoud El-Meliguy, Seif El Din, Mariam Fakhr Eddine, Habiba, Mohsena Tewfik, Salah Kabil, Salah Mansour, Abdel Waress Assar, Hamdy Ahmed, Ragaa Hussein, Mahmoud Kabil, Hassan el Baroudi, Nazim Shaarawy, Mohamed Khalil, Sayed Shahat, Mustafa Imam, Lotfi al-Khawali




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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sonya and the Madman [سونيا والمجنون] - (Naglaa Fathy) - (1977)

Sonya and the Madman [sunya wal-magnun] (Naglaa Fathy) (1977) Egyptian film poster

This is an Egyptian poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour for the 1977 Houssam El-Din Mustafa 122-minute color film Sonya and the Madman [sonya wal-magnun], with cinematography by Ibrahim Saleh, printed by Arabic Cinema Printers. The film is based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, but the central character is switched and in this Egyptian film adaptation becomes Dostoevsky's Sofya Semyonovna Marmeladov (Sonya) who in the novel falls in love with the criminal protagonist, Rodio Romanovitch Raskalnikov (Rodya); Raskalnikof (the madman) is played in this Egyptian film by Mahmoud Yassine.

Cast and crew: Nour El-Sherif, Imad Hamdi, Sa'eed Saleh, Abdel Waress Assar, Hayat Kandeel, Naglaa Fathy, Mahmoud Yassine, Houssam El-Din Mustafa, Naima Al Soghayar, Nazim Shaarawy, Ruhia Khalid, Ibrahim Saleh, Fyodor Dostoevsky



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Monday, February 10, 2014

Song of Truth [لحن الوفاء] - (Abdel Halim Hafez) - (1955)

Song of Truth [lahn al-wafa] (Abdel Halim Hafez) (1969) Egyptian film poster

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian rerelease poster designed by Ahmed Fouad to promote the 1955 Ibrahim Emara 133-minute black-and-white film Song of Truth [lahn al-wafa] starring Abdel Halim Hafez with story, screenplay and dialogue by Mohammed Mustafa Sami and cinematography by Mohsen Nasr. Plot summary: A musician named Alam [Hussein Riad] is wounded in love by an unfaithful wife, then develops hatred for women; later he falls in love with his foster son Galal's [Abdel Halim Hafez] intended bride Saham [Shadia], a Cairo chorus girl. When this does not succeed either he abandons his feelings for the girl, she marries the foster son and life returns to normal.

Cast and crew: Mahmoud Nasr, Ibrahim Emara, Shadia, Abdel Halim Hafez, Hussein Riad, Zouzou Nabil, Abdel Waress Assar, Mustafa Samy, Wedad Hamdy, Hassan el Baroudi, Mohamed Shawky, Ragaa Youssef, Mary Ezzedine, Zaki Ibrahim, Alia Fawzi, Hassan Hamed, Abdel Moneim Bassioni



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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Son of Satan [إبن الشيطان] - (Farid Shawqi) - (1969)

Son of Satan [ibn al-shaytan] (Farid Shawqi) (1969) Egyptian film poster

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour to promote the 1969 89-minute Houssam El-Din Mustafa black-and-white film Son of Satan [ibn al-shaytan] starring Farid Shawqi based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Adly El-Mowalid with cinematography by Victor Antoun. Plot summary: The son of Satan was a disguised criminal whose primary aim in life was to kill all the men who had married again after leaving their wives and children. This was his way of getting revenge against his own father for remarrying. There was a local lunatic who called himself the son of Satan [Tewfiq El Dekn], but there was no evidence of criminal wrongdoing against him. The owner of a public place named Atris [Mahmoud El-Meliguy] refused to hold any weddings in the village fearing the son of Satan would take revenge. The police sergeant Morsi [Farid Shawqi], who tried to keep the peace, gave him assurances. Morsi's brother [Ibrahim Khan] came to the village and was kidnapped by the son of Satan. He was saved by Saidia [Naglaa Fathy] who lived with her mother at the home of the son of Satan; she then fled for her life. The Son of Satan chased her everywhere. After a long bloody struggle between the son of Satan, Sergeant Morsi and his brother Ibrahim, they discovered that the real son of Satan was actually Atris, the owner of the public place. He was killed in the struggle and then life continued calmly in the village.

Cast and crew: Houssam El-Din Mustafa, Farid Shawqi, Mahmoud El-Meliguy, Tewfik El Dekn, Naglaa Fathy, Ibrahim Khan, Neemet Moukhatar, Nimat Mukhtar, Adly El-Mowalid, Victor Antoun, Al-Tukhi Tewfiq, Ahmed Morsi, Alia Abdel Moneim, Ahmed Abuebia, Samir Walieddin, Qadria Kamel, Kamal al-Zeini, Hussein Ismail



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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Something Within [شيء فى صدري] - (Rushdy Abaza) - (1971)

Something Within (1971) - (Rushdy Abaza) Egyptian one-sheet

Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Moaty, Ihsan and Mohammad Abdel Aziz to promote the 1971 Kamal El Sheikh 102-minute color film Something Within [shay'on fi sadri] starring Rushdy Abaza based on a story by Ihsan Abdel Qudus with screenplay and dialogue by Raafat El Meihy and cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot Summary: Hussein Basha Shaker [Rushdy Abaza] was climbing one of the peaks of power in a violent struggle with the government. This was in cooperation with the English imperialists and included an effort to impose political influence on his peers. He tried to bring Seyyed Mohamed Effendi under his influence but this was not possible because of Mohamed Effendi's strong patriotism, and in any case the effort ended when Mohamed Effendi died. However the lust for power made Hussein Basha extend his effort to achieve influence and domination to his family; his wife, his daughter and his neighbors became the focus of his life and his chronic domineering drives.

Cast and crew: Rushdy Abaza, Magda El-Khatib, Shukry Sarhan, Salah Mansour, Hassan Mustafa, Abdelhalim Nasr, Hoda Soltan, Ihsan Abd al-Qudus, Kamal El Sheikh, Yasmeen, Khaled Fahmy, Aziza Rached, Naima Al Soghayar, Mahmoud Rashad, Ali Ezzedine, Elhami Fayed, Ezzat Sherif



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Friday, February 7, 2014

Some Suffering [شئ من العذاب] (Soad Hosny) - (1969)

Some Suffering (1962) - (Soad Hosny) Egyptian one-sheet poster

This is a 27" x 39" undated rerelease poster designed to promote the 1969 123-minute Salah Abouseif color film Some Suffering [Shay min al-azab] starring Soad Hosny based on a story by Ahmed Ragab with screenplay by Naguib Mahfouz and Youssef Francis and cinematography by Ibrahim Shamat. Plot summary: Elham [Soad Hosny] fled from her mother's husband after he tried to rape her and she had beaten and killed him with an umbrella in self-defense. She took refuge at a villa in Sidi Abdel Rahman at the studio of the artist Ahmed Khaled [Yehia Chahine]. She introduced herself to him as Salwa, claiming she had been on a school trip and lost the way. He tried to drive her out but she pleaded that she would stay with him one night only and he accepted. In the morning Sherif the artist [Hassan Youssef] appeared, who was surprised to see this girl. She claimed falsely that she was Ahmed Khaled's niece and had been living in Khartoum. She asked him to help her stay and not travel. Salwa had Sherif make a statue of her so she would have to stay in the villa until it was finished. While Sherif was making the statue he began to love her but Salwa deeply loved Ahmed. Sherif went to his boss to ask for Salwa's hand. Ahmed was astonished, began to be concerned about Salwa and asked her to leave the house. Salwa felt she had failed in her love with Ahmed and tried to commit suicide by drowning herself in the sea. Ahmed asked Sherif to save her and admitted the truth to him. Sherif insisted on his love for Salwa. Ahmed felt the difference in age between himself and Salwa and could not continue with this love. He left her a letter of apology, left the house and took refuge with his friend the musician Hussein Shukry [Abdel Moneim Madbouly], who believed the age difference makes no difference to an artist and that an artist's love cannot be measured. Sherif saw Salwa's picture in magazines. She had confessed, surrendered, gone to trial and been found innocent on grounds of self-defense. The artist Ahmed Khaled left her life and returned with Sherif to make a new life.

Cast and crew: Salah Abouseif, Naguib Mahfouz, Soad Hosny, Hassan Youssef, Yehia Chahine, Ibrahim Shamat, Ahmed Ragab, Abdel Moneim Madbouly, nmsp, Farouk Ibrahim, Youssef Francis, Mohamed al-Dib, Fathy Youssef



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Sleepless [لا أنام] - (Faten Hamama) - (1958)

Sleepless [la anam] (dir: Salah Abouseif) (1962) Egyptian film poster

This is an undated Egyptian rerelease poster made to promote the 1958 Salah Abouseif 121-minute color film Sleepless [la anam] starring Faten Hamama and Omar Sharif based on a story by Ihsan Abd al-Qudus with screenplay by El Sayed Bedeir and Salah Ezzedine, dialogue by Saleh Gawdat and cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot summary: Nadia's [Faten Hamama] father [Yehia Chahine] divorced her mother and she grew up in her father's care. He did not remarry and dedicated his life to educating and caring for his daughter. When Nadia was 16 her father married Safia [Mariam Fakhr Eddine] who was a lady of nobility, but Nadia was alienated from the woman who came to take her mother's place in her father's castle. Nadia met Mostafa [Imad Hamdi] at a party and began dating him and frequenting his apartment without the knowledge of her family. Then Mostafa met her father's wife at a party and showed an interest in her. Nadia became more jealous of her, which led to her banishment from the house. Nadia deceived her father into believing there was a sinful relationship between his wife and his brother Aziz [Omar Sharif] who was living in the house with him. The father divorced his wife and she departed from the home, leaving Nadia lady of the house once more. Nadia felt remorse of conscience and arranged for her father to marry Kawsar [Hind Rostom], an old associate of hers they encountered while on a beach in Alexandria. However she quickly discovered that her father's new wife Kawsar had a lover named Samir [Rushdy Abaza] to whom she intended to give the wealth of Nadia's father. Nadia recorded a telephone conversation between them demonstrating this. She refrained from telling the truth to her father to keep from ruining his marriage a second time. Her suffering increased when she realized Mostafa did not love her after all and that he had gone to Safia after the divorce and courted her for himself. Her father came upon Mostafa's new wife with her lover and Nadia had to convince her father that he was her own lover who had come to court her. However Nadia could not continue the deception and finally told her father the truth on the wedding night. Fate intervened another time when a candle set fire to Nadia's wedding gown right after she had refused to marry Samir during a forced ceremony and was taken to a hospital, where they saved her life leaving her body disfigured with burns. This film is included on critic Ahmad Al-Hadari's 2007 list of Egypt's 100 most important films.

Cast and crew: Imad Hamdi, Hind Rostom, Salah Abouseif, Ihsan Abd al-Qudus, Faten Hamama, Mariam Fakhr Eddine, Omar Sharif, Rushdy Abaza, Yehia Chahine, Abdelhalim Nasr, Mahmoud Nasr, Rafia al-Shal, Salah Ezzedine, El Sayed Bedeir, Saleh Gawdat



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Thursday, February 6, 2014

The Sixth Day [اليوم السادس] - (Dalida) - (1986)

The Sixth Day [al-yom al-sades] (Dalida) (1962) Egyptian film poster

This is a 27" x 19.5" Egyptian poster made to promote the 1986 Youssef Chahine film The Sixth Day [al-yom al-sades] starring the Franco-Italian singer Dalida (Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti 1933-1987) based on a novel by Andree Chedid with screenplay by Youssef Chahine and cinematography by Mohsen Nasr. Plot summary: This film tells a story set during the 1947 cholera epidemic in Cairo, when it was believed that anyone infected with the disease would die within six days. Sadiqa [Dalida] is a woman who leaves Cairo on a Nile vessel to bury relatives. She has lost everyone in her family and her only remaining hope is her grandson, but he is also afflicted with the disease; when he dies she kills herself, even though she has a young companion on her Nile voyage named Okka [Mohsen Mohieddin] who has fallen in love with her despite the difference in their ages.

Cast and crew: Youssef Chahine, Hamdy Ahmed, Mohamed Mounir, Shouweikar, Dalida, Ahmed Handy, Ibrahim Maher, Mohsen Mohieddin, Mohsen Nasr, Salah El-Saadany, Zaki Abdel Wahab, Hamdy Ahmed, Ibrahim Maher, Andree Chedid, Hesham Abdel Hamid, Hassan El Adl, Youssef al-Ani, Mehget Abdel Rahman, Seif Eddine, Maher Salim, Khaled Al-Haggar, Ezzat Badreddine, Ihab Salem, Maher Essam, Mohamed Dardiri



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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Sins [الخطايا] - (Abdel Halim Hafez) - (1962)

Sins (1962) - (Abdel Halim Hafez) Egyptian one-sheet

Pictured is a 27" x 39" undated rerelease Egyptian poster designed by Stamatis Vassiliou and Dimitri Gabriel to promote the 1962 Hassan Al Imam 146-minute black-and-white film Sins [al-khataya] starring Abdel Halim Hafez based on a story by Mohamed Osman with screenplay and dialogue by Mohamed Moustapha Sami and Mohamed Osman and with cinematogrpahy by Wahid Farid. Plot summary: This film depicts a family conflict over which of its two sons Hussein [Abdel Halim Hafez] and Ahmed [Hassan Youssef] should marry Soheir [Nadia Lutfi], even though Soheir and Hussein have decided they want to marry. The father [Mahmoud El-Meliguy] does not want to give his blessing because he does not believe Hussein is actually his son; he tries to drive Hussein out of the family after he and Ahmed have been raised as brothers, which proves to be an impossibility. The film showcases the singing of Abdel Halim Hafez.

Cast and crew: Abdel Halim Hafez, Nadia Lutfi, Hassan Youssef, Fakher Fakher, Imad Hamdi, Hassan Al Imam, Wahid Farid, Madiha Yousri, Mohamed Osman, Galal Issa, Zein El-Ashmawy, Mohamed Moustapha Sami, Kamal Hussein, Abdel Ghani Al-Nagdi, Fifi Youssef



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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Sin [الحرام] - (Faten Hamama) - (1965)

The Sin [al-haram] (Faten Hamama) (1969) Egyptian stone litho film poster

Pictured is an Egyptian promotional poster designed by Studio Marcel to promote the 1965 96-minute Henry Barakat black-and-white film The Sin [al-haram] starring Faten Hamama with screenplay and dialogue by Sa'd al-Din Wahba and cinematography by Dia El-Mahdy.

This film is beautifully made by one of Egypt's great directors. It is on film critic Ahmad Al-Hadari's 2007 list of the 100 most important Egyptian films; it is based on a novel by Youssef Idris. In a 1984 survey by Al-Fonoon magazine it was voted one of the ten best films in the history of Egyptian cinema. Plot summary from Wikipedia: Azizah [Faten Hamama], a poor peasant, portrays worker oppression in this somber social drama. She gets savagely raped by a guard when she goes into the fields to gather potatoes. She does not reveal what has happened to her husband [Abdallah Gheith] who is suffering from an illness. She conceals the pregnancy and throttles the baby after it is born. She also dies soon thereafter. The migrant workers rally around her memory as she becomes a martyr to the cause of the struggling peasants.

Cast and crew: Faten Hamama, Henry Barakat, Zaki Rostom, Abdallah Gheith, Youssef Idris, Sa'd al-Din Wahba, Ahmed Dia Al-Mahdi, Hassan el Baroudi, Abdel Alim Khattab, Hassan Mustafa, Abdel Salam Mohamed, Dia El-Mahdy, Kawsar al-Asal, Mohammad Shawqi, Kheiri al-Qalyoubi, Lutfi Abdel Hamid, Kawsar Shafiq, Sami Sarhan



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Monday, February 3, 2014

Silken Chains [سلاسل من حرير] - (Madiha Yousri) - (1962)

Silken Chains (1962) - (Madiha Yousri) Egyptian one-sheet

Pictured is an Egyptian promotional poster designed by Mohammad Abdel Aziz and Hassan Mazhar Gasour for the 1962 110-minute black-and-white Henry Barakat film Silken Chains [salasel men harir] starring Madiha Yousri, based on story and screenplay by Youssef Issa with dialogue by Fathy Abol-Fadl and cinematography by Kamal Korayem. Plot summary: After Hamdi [Muharram Fouad] graduated from music school as a singer he was planning to marry his girlfriend Leila [Zizi El-Badrawy], but Leila's father died after a long illness and her mother decided to marry her to her cousin Anwar. Leila refused to go along with this and remained with Hamdi. A wealthy man named Ahmad [Imad Hamdi] invited Hamdi to a party at his home to hear Faiza [Madiha Yousri] sing. They became friends and she fell in love with him. She tried to disrupt the relationship between Hamdi and Leila and help him become a famous singer. She asked him to marry her, but he told her he would not be happy with her. He knew Leila loved him and that what Faiza had told him about her was not true. Hamdi remained with Leila and Faiza realized she would have to give up the boy she loved, so she left him to his happiness.

Cast and crew: Madiha Yousri, Henry Barakat, Imad Hamdi, Zizi El-Badrawy, Mohamed Reda, Ahmed al-Hadad, Kamal Karim, Yousef Issa, Fathy Abol-Fadl, Kamal Korayem, Muharram Fouad, Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, Zuzu Madi, Ahmed El Haddad, Abdel Khalek Saleh, Zeinat Alawy, Hussein Assar, Ibrahim Heshmat, Anwar Madkour, Abdel Moneim Ismail, Hussein Ismail, Abdel Moneim Bassioni, Ahmed Abaza, Zoheir Sabri, Kamal Korayem



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Saturday, February 1, 2014

Showgirl [فتاة الاستعراض] (Soad Hosny) - (1969)

Showgirl (1969) - (Soad Hosny) Egyptian one-sheet

Pictured is an Egyptian poster designed by Wahib Fahmy and Mohammad Abdel Aziz to promote the 1969 Mahmoud Zulfikar 103-minute black-and-white film Showgirl [fatat al-isterad] starring Soad Hosny based on the 1960 George Cukor film Let's Make Love with screenplay and dialogue by Mohamed Abu Youssef and cinematography by Wadid Serri. Plot summary: A dance troupe rented a theater so they could mount a confrontation in the press with the wealthy Ahmed Eloui [Hassan Youssef]. Fahmy [Adel Imam], his director of executive affairs, told him about it and they went together to attend one of the troupe's rehearsals. Ahmed invited the troupe's star Faeza [Soad Hosny] to dinner and he became known to her as Ahmed Al-Eshmawy because he did not want her to know his real name. However as the story developed Ahmed fell in love with Faeza, told her his real name and asked her to marry him.

Cast and crew: Hesham Wadid Serri, Hassan Afifi, Soad Hosny, Hassan Youssef, Adel Imam, Abdel Moneim Madbouly, Mahmoud Zulfikar, Wadid Serri, Mohamed Abu Youssef, George Cukor, Hussein Ismail, El Sayed Radi, Fifi Youssef, Alia Abdel Moneim, Mimi Gamal, Kamel Anwar, Zakarai Mouafi, Hamed Morsi



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