Kiss Me Father [qabilni ya abi] (1947) - (Nour Al Hoda) original Egyptian two-piece film poster F, NM $350 *

Pictured is an Egyptian promotional poster for the 1947 Ahmed Badrakhan film Kiss Me Father starring Nour Al Hoda.

Size: 35" x 45.5"

Price: $350

Condition: Folded Near Mint

Pictured is a 35" x 45.5" original two-piece Egyptian poster designed to promote the 1947 120-minute Ahmed Badrakhan black-and-white film Kiss Me Father [qabilni ya abi] starring Nour Al Hoda based on story and dialogue by Ahmed Badrakhan with cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot summary: Arnaut Basha became angry when he discovered that his son Fathy had secretly married a dancer and had two children with her. He threatened to disinherit his son if he did not disavow them. Fathy had no choice but to send his wife and children to Lebanon until things settled down. The war broke out and there was no news. The children grew up and Fathy suffered greatly being separated from his wife and children. The children lived deprived of a father and wanted nothing more than to be close to the father and his love and kisses. Fathy went to Damascus for a while and when he returned he was told his father had died, so he went looking for his wife and children. He met a strange woman who wanted to marry him, which was a deterrent to his resolve to find his wife and children. He even despaired of finding them and decided to marry this other girl Nadia, but fate brought the family together; the wife and children returned on the night of the father's wedding and he rejected Nadia, who only wanted his money in any case. He returned to life with his wife and children.

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