For a Handful of Kids (1969) - (Rushdy Abaza) Egyptian one-sheet
This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Gasour and Ahmed Fouad for the 1961 Ibrahim Emara film For a Handful of Kids [min agle khefnet awlad] based on a story by Sami Ghanim, screenplay by Mohammad Mostafa Sami and starring Rushdy Abaza as Hassan. Plot summary: Hassan was an elementary school teacher at a school directed by Mr. Madbouly [Abdel Moneim Madbouly]. Hassan lived happily with his wife Nadia [Soheir al-Morshedy] even though they had been married seven years without having any children. Then they began to quarrel about not having children and one of Hassan's friends suggested he marry the director's sister so he could have children. He did this and kept it secret from his first wife Nadia. Then both of the women had children. Nadia had a girl and the second wife [Soheir Zaki] had a boy. He was able to meet the costs of both households, but the women kept having children until Hassan had eight. Then there were so many problems Hassan's situation became unbearable.
Cast and crew: Sami Ghanim, Mohammad Mostafa Sami, Rushdy Abaza, Soheir El-Morshidy, Soheir Zaky, Ibrahim Emara, Mostafa Shawqi, Rafet Fahim, Mostafa Helmy, Mostafa Reshwan, Hani Shaker, Atef Mokaram, Abdel Azim Kamel, Aqila Ratib, Abdel Moneim Madbouly, Soheir Zaki, Ali Al-Moawen, Soheir Al-Morshedy