Knight of Bani Hamdan, The [fares bani hamdan] (1966) - (Farid Shawqi) Egyptian undated rerelease film poster F, NM $45 *

Pictured is an Egyptian promotional poster for the 1966 Niazi Mostafa film The Knight of Bani Hamdan, starring Farid Shawqi and Soad Hosny.

Size: 27" x 39"

Price: $45

Condition: Folded Near Mint

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This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by a unknown artist to promote the 1966 97-minute Niazi Mostafa color film Knight of Bani Hamdan [fares bani hamdan] starring Farid Shawqi and Soad Hosny based on a story by Ali Al-Garim with screenplay by Abdel Hay Adib and dialogue by Mohammad Abouseif. Cinematography was by Wahid Farid. Plot summary: Abu Fares al-Hamdani (Farid Shawqi) was a famous Arab poet among the lords of the Al-Hamdania. He was also famous for his chivalry and bravery in the court of Prince Seif ad-Dawla. The people everywhere loved him. He fell in love with Naglaa al-Khaledia (Soad Hosny), an attractive performer in the prince's palace. This made the commander of the army jealous, and he competed with Fares for the love of Naglaa. The prince decided to appoint Abu Fares as successor to the governor of the city of Manih, while Farawia, the Hamdani army commander, began to hate him. Fares was taken prisoner and tortured by the Hamdani Empress Tifano. He learned Farawiya had made a plot on Rome's behalf to destroy the al-Hamdania government. In a wild escape Seif al-Dawlah escaped being murdered. He led the Arabs in the expulsion of Rome; then he met his love Naglaa and raised banners of victory.

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