This is actress Nadia Arslan (نادية أرسلان) dancing in the 1984 Egyptian film ‘حتى لايطير الدخان’ (Hatta la Yateer al Dokhan ‘That the Smoke May Not Blow Away’ or ‘As Not to Blow the Smoke’) which starred Adel Imam who’s also in this scene. Born as Hind Arslan in Lebanon in 1949, she won a beauty contest and shortly afterwards moved to Egypt. She started her Egyptian screen acting career in 1971 and, after marrying a fellow actor, retired from screen roles in 1987. After becoming very religious she expressed regret for her acting career. Nadia Arslan was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and died in 2008.
Also starring in the film were Soheir Ramzy, Sanaa Shafea and Fekry Abaza and the film was based on a novel by Egyptian writer Ihsan Abdel Quddous (1919 –1990).
Both of the following scenes are from the 1984 Egyptian film ‘Naema Fakha Muharama’ (Naema, the Forbidden Fruit نعيمة فاكهة محرمة ).The clip starts with the best piece of villanish mustache twirling in years. The actor is Said Saleh and his shisha guy is played by Younes Shalaby. This is followed by a scene in the local hammam (bath house) for the bride’s pre-wedding bath (hammam al arous). There are very few of these old style bath houses operating in Cairo now. Later in the clip there’s a zar.
This is Egyptian bellydancer Nagwa Fouad and singer Hassan El Asmar (1959-2011) in a scene from the 1984 Egyptian film ‘Tabonat Hamza’ ( طابونة حمزة). The film also starred Younes Shalaby, Wahed Seif, Sayed Zayan and Essad Youniss.
Egyptian bellydancer Hayatem dances and sings while Sayed Zayan watches her in a scene from the 1984 film ‘Tabonat Hamza’ ( طابونة حمزة). The film also starred Younes Shalaby, Wahed Seif, Essad Youniss and Nagwa Fouad.
Fifi Abdu is the dancer and Walid Tawfik is the singer. Together they’re in a scene from the 1984 Egyptian film ‘Qamar al Leil’ (قمر الليل) in which they both starred. The film tells the story of Imad (Tawfik) who prevents Ibtisam (Layla Olwi) from committing suicide which leads to him to Fikri (Abu Bakr Ezzat) who wants to marry a wealthy woman (Mary Fakreddine) who lost her son during the Lebanon War. Long story short Imad impersonates the missing son but it all turns out well in the end.