The Flirtation of Girls
Ghazal Al Banat (Arabic: غزل البنات, English: The Flirtation of Girls) is a 1949 Egyptian film. It is Naguib Al Rihani's last film and was shown in cinemas after his death. Ghazal Al Banat was also the last appearance of Mohamed Abdel Wahab in film. The film was produced by Anwar Wagdi, who was married to the female lead, Laila Mourad.
|Ghazal Al Banat|
|Directed by||Anwar Wagdi|
|Written by||Anwar Wagdi|
Mohammed Abdel Wahab
Laila (Laila Mourad), daughter of the wealthy Mourad Pasha (Suleiman Naguib), can't pass her exams in the Arabic language, and seeks the help of a tutor. Marzouk Afandy (Abdel Warres Assar), who works for the Pasha, brings Mr. Hamam (Naguib Al Rihani) to help her with her studies.
Hamam falls in love with Laila, but realises she will be better off with Wahid (Anwar Wagdi). The movie takes place in several Egyptian cities.
- Naguib Al Rihani as Mr. Hamam
- Laila Mourad as Laila
- Mahmoud el-Meliguy as Anwar
- Suleiman Naguib as Mourad Pasha
- Anwar Wagdi as Wahid
- Abdel Waress Assar as Marzouk Afandy
- Youssef Wahby as himself
- Ferdoos Mohammed as the maid
- Farid Shawki
- Mohamed Abdel Wahab as himself
- Said Abu Bakr as Suleiman
- Stephan Rosti as cabaret owner
- Zeinat Sedki as Anwar's girlfriend
- Nancy Georgy