This is dancer Nagwa Fouad and singer Ahmed Adaweya performing in a wedding scene from the 1982 Egyptian film “El Salakhana” (The Slaughter House السلخانة ). The movie starred Adel Adham, Mohamed Reda (the actor not the dancer) and Madiha Kamel. The bride and groom in this scene are played by Samir Sabri and Leila Hamada.
The zeffa (wedding procession) from the 1948 Egyptian film ‘Talaq Suad Hanem’ (Madame Suad’s Divorce طلاق سعاد هانم). The singer in this scene is Mahmoud Ibrahim Ismail Moussa, better known as Shekuku and he’s pushing the groom (Anwar Wagdy) who’s in a wheelchair (its a long story LOL).
Trivia: Also appearing in this film was Farid Shawki as just a supporting actor. He went on to become a cinema superstar in Egypt.
Ragaa Youssef dances in a wedding scene from the 1955 film ‘Thawrat al Madina’ (Revolution City or A Town Revolts ثورة المدينة).
Despite the title the film has little to do with a city and even less to do with a revolution. It tells the story of Fatima, played by Sabah, who’s come to the conclusion that she, like her mother, will die in childbirth. This explains her anguish at her wedding shown in this scene. The film also starred Mohamed Fawzi who plays the groom Ahmed. Hussein Riad plays the father who plots to kill Ahmed and dies in the process. Wedad Hamdy plays the maid who, in this scene, breaks the news that the bride has ‘done a runner’. Happy ending though as Fatima and Ahmed are shown in the last scene, in the future, with their brood of children.