My Dream Guy [fata ahlami] (1957) - (Abdel Halim Hafez) Egyptian film poster F, EX $125 *
Size: 27" x 39"
Condition: Folded, Excellent (edge damage)
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This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian undated rerelease one-sheet poster
designed by Magdi Mahmoud for the 1957 Helmy Rafla 116-minute
black-and-white film My Dream Guy based on Oscar Wilde's story
"The Importance of Being Earnest," screenplay by Youssef Gohar,
dialogue by Abu Seoud El-Ibiary and cinematography by Wahid
Farid. Plot summary: Adel [Abdel Halim Hafez] inherited a large
building from his father. He dissipated the money from its rentals in
the bar and on Kiki's health. Adel's partner was Nufal from Syracuse.
His job was attorney for the wealthy Redwan Beg's office. Nufal took
over the finances and spent the money on bottles of champagne for
Kiki. Adel visited his rich Aunt and saw for the first time his
daughter Saham. The meeting between Adel and his aunt ended with
Adel's anger and it affected Saham. Saham met Nufal at her cousin's
home. She heard Adel sing and thought he was Nufal; the sound of the
beautiful voice made her love Nufal. Adel heard a lot about Amal from
Mona Badr, the daughter of the owner of the village in which Nufal
worked. He visited her and immediately found her to be a pleasant
girl. Adel fell in love with her and she reciprocated. In the end
Nufal married Saham and Amal married Adel.
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