My Dream Guy [فتى احلامي] (1957) - (Abdel Halim Hafez) Egyptian one-sheet
This film was directed by Helmy Rafla, based on Oscar Wilde's story "The Importance of Being Earnest," screenplay Youssef Gohar, dialogue Abu Seoud El-Ibiary, cinematography Wahid Farid; poster art is by Magdi Mahmoud. Plot summary: Adel (Abdel Halim Hafez) was a boy whose father left him a big building. He dissipated its rentals in the bar and on Kiki's health. Adel's partner was Nufal from Syracuse. His job was attorney for the wealthy Redwan Beg's office. Nufal took over the finances and spent the money on bottles of champagne under Kiki's feet. Adel visited his rich Aunt and saw for the first time his daughter Saham. The meeting between Adel and his aunt ended with Adel's anger and it affected Saham. Saham met Nufal at her cousin's home. She heard Adel sing and and thought he was Nufal and the sound of the beautiful voice made her love Nufal. Adel heard a lot about Amal, "Mona Badr," the daughter of the owner of the village in which Nufal worked. He visited her and immediately found her to be a pleasant girl. Adel loved her and she reciprocated. In the end Nufal married Saham and Amal married Adel.
Cast and crew: Abdel Halim Hafez, Amal Farid, Hassan Fayek, Abdel Salam Al Nabulsy, Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, Helmy Rafla, Oscar Wilde, Youssef Gohar, Oscar Wilde, Wahid Farid, Abou Seoud El-Ibiary, Mona Badr, Saham, Mimi Shakeeb, Wedad Hamdy, Zaki Ibrahim, Samia Rushdy, Abbas al-Dali, Ahmed Abdel Fattah, Ibrahim Heshmat, Farida Fahmy, Mahmoud Reda