The Shipyard of Violence (1975) - (Nahed Sherif) Egyptian one-sheet
This poster was designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour for the 1975 Tayseer Aboud film The Shipyard of Violence with screenplay and dialogue by Faisal Nada and Gamal Amar and based on a story by Faisal Nada. Cinematography was by Aly Kheirollah. Plot summary: Rostam Bey [Farid Shawqi] managed the affairs of a shipping company owned by him and his late brother. His nephew Hassan [Samir Sabry] demanded his share of the company, but the uncle refused to give it to him to keep the fleet from being divided. However Hassan insisted on recovering his father's rights and his share in the company. While he was trying to get what was rightfully his he discovered Tawfiq [Tewfik El Dekn] was manipulating the company's affairs. He tried to change his uncle's mind but his uncle did not trust him, while Tawfiq was making the distance between uncle and nephew even greater. When Hassan proposed to his cousin Dalia [Nahed Sherif] because they were in love, Rostam refused to allow the marriage and Tawfiq was making plans to kill Hassan. They had a vicious fight. By the time Rostam Bey and his daughter Dalia arrived Hassan had been unable to do any harm to his detested rival; Tawfiq shot Dalia in the chest and she died in the arms of her father and fiance. Only then did Rostam realize how wrong he had been about his nephew.
Cast and crew: Nahed Sherif, Hassan Mazhar Gasour, Farid Shawqi, Samir Sabry, Amina Rizk, Tewfik El Dekn, Youssef Fakhr Eddine, Tayseer Aboud, Faisal Nada, Gamal Amar, Aly Kheirollah, Ibrahim Qadry, Mohamed Hamdi, Hamdi Sherif, Amira, Hala Sedki, Dina Abdullah, Ezza Kamal, Luwais Youssef