Baheyya (1960) - (Lobna Abdel Aziz) Egyptian one-sheet
This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Studio Adly for the 1960 Ramses Naguib film Baheyya based on a story by Hamed Abdel Aziz, screenplay and dialogue by Youssef El Sebai and starring Lobna Abdel Aziz as Beheyya. Plot summary: This film is a tale of murder, corruption and blood vengeance directed by Ramses Naguib. Baheyya and Yassine [Rushdy Abaza] had promised to marry but the death of Baheyya's father Marzouq ruined everything. The girl decided not to marry before taking revenge against her father's murderer. Yassine tried to get her to change her mind but could not do so. He went into the military service. The bey who was running things for his own benefit took control of a large part of the village with the help of Sheikh Abdul Rahim [Hussein Riad], who had a good reputation among the people. Two people close to Baheyya told her the Sheikh was the murderer of her father. Sheikh Hamza the father of Yassine was murdered, which led Yassine to seek revenge for his father. He became hostile to Beheyya thinking she was the cause of his father's death. Baheyya went to the Bey's compound to avenge her father, but it was Abdul Rahim who killed his father, took Baheyya hostage and fled. Yassine pursued him to save Baheyya and avenge his father. The police came to intervene after one of the Sheikh's victims cut out his tongue in retaliation.
Cast and crew: Ramses Naguib, Rushdy Abaza, Lobna Abdel Aziz, Abdelhalim Nasr, Hamed Abdel Aziz, Youssef El Sebai, Hussein Riad, Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, Zaki Toleimat, Ahmed Abaza, Alawihah Gamil