Much-Loved One, The [habaebi ketir] (1951) - (Ragaa Abdou) Original Egyptian film poster F, NM $95 *
Size: 23.5" x 35.5"
Condition: Folded Near Mint
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Pictured is a first printing of a 23.5" x 35.5" Egyptian poster designed by
Dimitri Gabriel, Studio Adly and Meftah to promote the 1951 111-minute Kamal
Attia black-and-white film The Much-Loved One [habaebi ketir]
starring Ragaa Abdou with story and dialogue by Abdel Aziz Salam and
cinematography by Bruno Salvi. Plot summary: The musician Nabila
[Ragaa Abdou] paid no attention to the admirers who gathered around
her every day. Nabila lived only for her art and did not care for
anything but her art and singing. Then a young man named Raouf who
managed an advertising company [Kamal Al-Shennawi] appeared in her
life and tried to tear down the walls Nabila had built around herself.
He succeeded and she fell in love with him, but her wicked brother
Farid [Farid Shawqi] did not like this because he had been planning
for her to marry a wealthy man named Ghandur Bey [Abdel Ghani
al-Nagdi]. The two of them fought over this; Nabila finally prevailed
and married the one she loved.
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