Fifi Abdu (1990) عبده‎ فيفى

Fifi Abdu dances in a scene from the 1990 film ‘Moulid We Sahbo Ghaib’ ( مولد وصاحبه غايب). The film also starred Youssef Shabaan, Mohsen Sarhan (on the floor on the right), Magda Nour El Din and Nabil Elhagrasy.

Fifi Abdu (1984) فيفى عبده

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.

Fifi Abdu (1994) عبده‎ فيفى

Fifi Abdu dances in a scene from the 1994 Egyptian film ‘Al Sagha’ (The Jewellers or Goldsmiths  الصاغة but  titled ‘The Jewellery District’ in English). The film starred Fifi along with Kamal al Shinnawi (the man who enters the nightclub), Yousri el Ashmawi and Salah Abdallah.
‘Al Sagha’ was the last feature film for Mohamed Reda, a fine Egyptian actor who died the following year.

Fifi Abdu (1999) فيفى عبده‎

Two clips of Fifi Abdu from a 1999 film ‘Zane’t El Setat’ (زنقة الستات ) which also starred Ezzat Abou Ouf, Sami al Adl and Majid al Masri. The film’s title ‘Zane’t el Setat’ (which is also spelt Zanket El Setat and Zanqit al sitat) is the name of an old market in Alexandria and the name means ‘the women’s market’. The film is the story of Fifi Abdu’s character Fawakeh who wants revenge on the men involved in the death of her sister.

Fifi Abdu (1999) فيفي عبده

From a 1999 film which starred Fifi Abdu and doctor turned actor Ezzat Abou Ouf. The title ‘Zane’t el Setat’ (Women’s Market) is the name of a souq in the old area of Alexandria, Egypt. The film is the story of Fifi Abdu’s character Fawakeh who wants revenge on the men involved in the death of her sister. The singer with Fifi is Shafik Galal.