Risālah min imra'ah majhūlah

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'''[1962]:  Cairo'''
'''[1962]:  Cairo'''
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''Risālah min imra'ah majhūlah'' [A movie based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Brief einer Unbekannten"]
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''Risālah min imra'ah majhūlah'' [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Brief einer Unbekannten"]
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Language: Arabic
Director: Ṣalaḥ Abū Sayf
Director: Ṣalaḥ Abū Sayf
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Composer: Andre Ryder
 
Producer: Ramsīs Najīb
Producer: Ramsīs Najīb
Script writers: Fatḥī Zaki and Wafīya Khayrī
Script writers: Fatḥī Zaki and Wafīya Khayrī
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Cast: Farīd al-Aṭrash, Lubnā 'Abd al-'Azīz, Amīnah Rizq, and Mārī Munīb
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Music by: Andre Ryder
Dialogue writer: al-Sayyid Badīr
Dialogue writer: al-Sayyid Badīr
Song writer: Farīd al-Aṭrash
Song writer: Farīd al-Aṭrash
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Cast: Farīd al-Aṭrash, Lubnā 'Abd al-'Azīz, Amīnah Rizq, and Mārī Munīb
 
Runtime: 2 hours
Runtime: 2 hours
Released in Egypt on  22 October 1962
Released in Egypt on  22 October 1962
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Released as a VHS video in the 1980s by the Aflām Jamāl al-Laythī lil-Sīnimā wa-al-Vīdiyū, Cairo and in the 1990s in London. Contains French and English subtitles
Released as a VHS video in the 1980s by the Aflām Jamāl al-Laythī lil-Sīnimā wa-al-Vīdiyū, Cairo and in the 1990s in London. Contains French and English subtitles

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[1962]: Cairo

Risālah min imra'ah majhūlah [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Brief einer Unbekannten"]

[1].
Language: Arabic
[2].
Director: Ṣalaḥ Abū Sayf
[3].
Producer: Ramsīs Najīb
[4].
Script writers: Fatḥī Zaki and Wafīya Khayrī
[5].
Cast: Farīd al-Aṭrash, Lubnā 'Abd al-'Azīz, Amīnah Rizq, and Mārī Munīb
[6].
Music by: Andre Ryder
[7].
Dialogue writer: al-Sayyid Badīr
[8].
Song writer: Farīd al-Aṭrash
[9].
Runtime: 2 hours
[10].
Released in Egypt on 22 October 1962


Released as a VHS video in the 1980s by the Aflām Jamāl al-Laythī lil-Sīnimā wa-al-Vīdiyū, Cairo and in the 1990s in London. Contains French and English subtitles

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