This is a second clip of legendary Egyptian dancer Nagwa Fouad performing in the 1974 Egyptian film ‘Anisat wa Sayidat ‘ (Girls and Women آنسات و سيدات ). This time she is performing in civvies. The singer in this very badly dubbed clip is Alexandria born Leila Nazmi and the man is Saeed Saleh. The film starred Nour el Sherif and Suhair Ramzi but neither of them appear in this scene.
This is Egyptian dancer Nagwa Fouad performing with a shamadan (candelabra) in a scene from the 1963 film ‘Al Qahira fel Lel‘ (Cairo by Night النادر القاهرة فى الليل). The film starred just about anyone-who-was-anyone in Egyptian movie comedy at the time: Shadia, Fouad al Mohandes, Sabah, Nadia Lotfi, The Three Stagelights (Messrs Sidhom, Ghanem and Ahmed), Hassan Fayek, Fayza Ahmed, Maha Sabry, the list goes on….
This is dancer and actress Nagwa Fouad in a second performance from the 1961 Egyptian drama ‘Lematha Aish’ (‘Why I’m Living’ لماذا أعيش) which starred Shokry Sarhan, Suad Hosni and Mohsen Sarhan.
This is dancer and actress Nagwa Fouad performing in a further scene (there’s an earlier scene posted below) from the 1969 Egyptian film ‘Seraa al Mohtarefin’ (‘Battle of the Professionals’ or ‘Professional Conflict’ صراع المحترفين). The film starred Rushdi Abaza, Naglaa Fathi and Kawthar Shafik.
Trivia: The star of this film, Rushdi Abaza, was married to dancer Tahiya Karioka and later to married to Samia Gamal. His 1977 marriage to Lebanese singer Sabah lasted less than a week as he was still married to Samia Gamal at the time.
This is Egyptian dancer (and later in her career, actress) Nagwa Fouad, performing in a scene from the 1969 film ‘Seraa al Mohtarefin’ (Battle of the Professionals or Professional Conflict صراع المحترفين). The film starred Rushdi Abaza and Naglaa Fathi who are the couple sitting on the sofa. Also starring were Tawfik al Deqn and Kawthar Shafik.
There’s something for everyone including some khaleegi, in this performance by Egyptian dance legend Nagwa Fouad. The clip is in two parts.
This is Nagwa Fouad performing in the 1972 Egyptian comedy film ‘Adwaa el Madina’ (City Lights أضواء المدينة) which starred Shadia, Ahmad Mazhar, Adel Imam, Ibrahim Saafan and Abdel Monem Ibrahim. Despite having big stars, many songs and a big budget, the film failed to make an impact with audiences.