That Man Is Driving Me Crazy [al-ragol da haganini] (1967) Egyptian film poster
Pictured is an undated Egptian rerelease poster designed by Abdel Rahman to promote the 1967 148-minute Essa Karama black-and-white film That Man Is Driving Me Crazy [al-ragol da haganini] starring Fouad El-Mohandes based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Abdel Fatah al-Sayed with cinematography by Mostafa Hassan. Plot summary: Attia [Fouad El-Mohandes] was a good man whose wife Amina [Shouweikar] complained about his weak character and finally left him. He did not know what happened to her or their daughter [Madiha Salem]. After a few years Attia decided decided to look for work in the cinema. He met a greedy producer [Mahmoud El-Meliguy] and learned that he intended to use a wealthy woman to produce films for him because he was bankrupt. Attia learned that this woman was none other than his wife, who had been left a large amount of money from a man she had been nursing. Attia tried to save his daughter, who thought he had died, and his wife from the greedy producer. He hid his identity from his daughter [Madiha Salem] hoping to prevent her from marrying the producer's son [Samir Sabri], but then he had a change of heart when the producer's son turned out to be different from his father; the marriage eventually took place and Attia and Amina were also reconciled again.
Cast and crew: Essa Karama, Mohamed Reda, Ne'mat Mokhtar, Shouweikar, Adel Imam, Hassan Attila, Fouad El-Mohandes, Mahmoud El-Meliguy, Samir Sabri, Madiha Salem, Nagwa Fouad, Abdel Fatah al-Sayed, Mostafa Hassan, Hussein Esmail, Samiha Mohammad, Laila Kamal, Ahmed Sadeq, Ahmed Maher, Saleh al-Eskandarani, Amima Kamel