Day of My Life, A [yom men omri] (1961) - (Abdel Halim Hafez) Egyptian film poster Style B F, NM $50 *

Pictured is an Egyptian promotional poster for the 1981 Atef Salem film A Day of My Life starring Abdel Halim Hafez.

Size: 27" x 39"

Price: $50

Condition: Folded, Near Mint

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This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian film poster for the 1961 Atef Salem 155-minute black-and-white film A Day of My Life [yom men omri] starring Abdel Halim hafez, based on the 1953 William Wyler film Roman Holiday. The screenplay was by Youssef Gohar and Seif El Din Shawkat, dialogue by Youssef Gohar, cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot Summary: Chief press editor Salah Shawqi (Abdel Halim Hafez) and his colleague Younes al-Mansour (Abdel Salam Al Nabulsy) had the job of covering the return after a long absence from Switzerland of Nadia, [Zubaida Tharwat] the daughter of the millionaire Abu Agila [Zaki Toleimat]. At the airport Nadia learned her father's wife wanted to marry her to her brother so she decided to run away. She got into an automobile with some journalists without any of them knowing the truth about her. Salah and Nadia spent a pleasant evening in nightclubs with Younes and his fiancee Leila, and she went home with him to spend the night. Younes photographed them, but when the neighbors heard about it they rejected Nadia. When the chief editor learned that the journalist and his colleague had failed with the mission, he threatened to fire them. When Salah discovered the truth about Nadia he took the pictures to the chief editor. Nadia decided to return to her father who had decided she would not have to marry someone she did not love. Salah stole the pages of the article and the pictures and prevented the publication of anything about his beloved. He sent the pictures to Nadia and her father when they were at the airport. The father realized how noble Salah had been and decided his daughter should marry the one she loved.

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