(1974) - (Naglaa Fathy) Egyptian one-sheet
This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian one-sheet poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour and Dar Hani for the 1974 Henry Barakat film The Most Beautiful Days of My Life AKA Agmal Ayam Hayati based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Abdel Hay Adib and starring Naglaa Fathy as Hoda. Plot summary: Hoda hid one night on a ship bound for Beirut, where she met Samir [Hussein Fahmy]. She did not tell him she was running away from her father Gamal [Imad Hamdi] so she could marry her Lebanese lover Rafiq who was waiting for her in Beirut, that her father was offering a reward to whoever could find her or that the people looking for her were waiting at the port. Samir helped her hide in a chest above the hold and then helped her get away. They then explored Lebanon and Samir learned the truth about her. He got her to confess and they fell in love. He decided to take her to her father so they could marry. When they got there the father realized his daughter loved Samir and encouraged her to marry whomever she loved, especially since Samir was refusing the reward he had been offering. On the night of the marriage to Rafiq the father helped and encouraged his daughter to go away and marry Samir. Then the two boarded a ship to Canada so they could marry there and begin a new life.
Cast and crew: Naglaa Fathy, Hossein Fahmy, Imad Hamdi, Henry Barakat, Wadid Serri, Abdel Hay Adib, Mohammad Shawqi, Hayat Kandeel, Saeed Saleh, Aia Abdel Moneim, Samir Shamas, Maged Afyouni, Ibrahim Mar'ashli, Shafiq Hassan, Zein Shahin