Yasmin (1950) - (Feyrouz) Iranian Egyptian film program
This is a 6.25" x 9.25" 20-page Egyptian program for the 1950 musical Yasmin written and directed by Anwar Wagdi with screenplay and dialogue by Abou Seoud El-Ibiary and starring Feyrouz as Yasmin/Atuta. Plot summary: The head of the family Adel [Mohamamd al-Dib] did not want another daughter, so when Yasmin was born he left her at the door of a shelter. Adel later died; the girl grew up and ran away from the shelter to join a gang of pickpockets as Atuta. She happened to meet an unemployed trumpet player named Wahid [Anwar Wagdi] who asked her to help him with his act, stop stealing and repent. She lived with him for a time but got tired of the respectable life and went back to the gang. Wahid discovered that Atuta was a rich man's daughter. When Atuta's gang robbed her grandfather's [Zaki Rostom] villa the gang was arrested; Atuta became Yasmin again and went back to her mother, [Madiha Yousri] who married Wahid.
Cast and crew: Anwar Wagdi, Madiha Yousri, Abdel Rahman, Zaki Rostom, Abdelhalim Nasr, Feyrouz, Abdel Hamid Zaki, Abu Seoud El-Ibiary, Abdel Aziz Khalil, Mohammad al-Dib, Reyad El Kasabgy, Abdel Hamid Zaki, Zeinab Sedky, Zaki Ibrahim, Mohammad Kamel, Mohammad Abu al-Seoud