My Honor (1978) - (Nagwa Ibrahim) Egyptian one-sheet
Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour and Anis to promote the 1978 88-minute Ashraf Fahmy color film My Honor [karamati] starring Imad Abdel Halim and Nagwa Ibrahim based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Ahmed Abdel Wahab with cinematography by Ibrahim Saleh. Plot summary: Amal's husband Salah betrayed her so she decided to kill herself. Tareq tried to save her and calm her down, but she saw he was becoming attached to her and decided to go to Cairo, far away from him. He decided to follow her home to see where she lived. Salah went to her and expressed regret about what happened but she refused to go back to him at first. Later she was hurt in a traffic accident and agreed to resume their relationship when he visited her at a hospital. This film is largely a showcase for the singing of Imad Abdel Halim, in a romantic spirit reminiscent of Abdel Halim Hafez (1929-1977).
Cast and crew: Ashraf Fahmy, Sa'eed Saleh, Mohamed Khairi, Nagwa Ibrahim, Imad Abdel Halim, Ibrahim Saleh, Ahmed Abdel Wahab, An'am Salusa, Layla Fahmy, Nabil Badr, Aly El Cherif, Abdel Ghani al-Nagdi, Aly Ezzedin, Mazhar Abolnega, Hafez Amin