The 52nd anniversary of the death of the artist, Mary Munib, the most famous motto in cinema


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Come today death anniversary The 52nd The late artist Mary MunibThe most famous mother-in-law in Egyptian cinema is the icon of laughterShe is the author of the most famous comedic “meme” in the history of Egyptian cinemaShe is one of the actresses of the beautiful time in which a diverse and distinguished group of the most famous Egyptian artists left a great legacy for their cinematic history, and the Arab world still remembers films they participated in today, where the artist Mary Munib was one of the characters who left a beautiful and distinctive imprint in the world of acting. To this day she is still the most famous and most beautiful of the protectors, which was not and will not be repeated again.

On January 21, 1969, Mary Munib left our world and it was the same night that she performed one of her best theatrical performances, under the title “Khalaf Al Habayeb Play”.

Marie Munib was a long artistic career through which she left an unforgettable imprint and carved her place in the hearts of her fans with her work and mastery of the roles she presented.

Munib is famous in Egyptian cinema as The most famous Hama in history As the first actress named after her roles in films, she is the owner of a series of films about mothers-in-law, beginning with “My Mother-in-law,” “My Mother-in-law,” and “My Mother-in-law.” She is “Sunni Janah”, “Sitt tax”, and “Umm Ratiba.” “.

Mary Mounib presented to cinema more than 200 films, and she passed away at the age of 63 years, and participated in more than 20 plays, the most famous of them was “Ala Five, Al Daloua, Khalaf Al Habayeb”. With her manner and wit, she was able to draw a smile on the faces of the audience in her comedic style.

Among the most famous poems of Mary Munib in the role of the mother-in-law are “Without Nila,” “A brick upon a brick that leaves the battle erected,” “The quarrels of pepper and the shit at the passport,” and “Your mother-in-law, they are two.”

The name is Mary Salim Habib Nasrallah, she was born in Beirut on February 11, 1905, and came to Egypt and resided in the Shubra district, her father died when she was twelve years old, when she was forced to work in the Rawd al-Farag amusement park, as a dancer, as she did not last long and did not like The situation, so she preferred to work in the theater, which she started with the Fouad Al-Jazaerly troupe, then to Al-Kassar, then Amin Atallah, then Bechara Wakim and Muhammad Bayoumi, then finally the Ramses theater troupe and the Rihani troupe, and remained in the troupe until the death of Najib Al-Rihani in 1949.

After that, Mary Munib launched so strongly that she was participating in more than five films at once, and among the most prominent of her films in the forties and fifties were the film “The Wives Factory, The People Station, Dreams of Youth, From Old Fat, Long Live the Six, Lying in a Lie, Martyrs of Love.” The night of fortune, the beginning of the month, Friday night, Laila the poor girl, the game of the six, the sad puff, the three musketeers, Abu Helmous, sweetness, on your quilt, sweet handkerchief, Baba Amin, Baba Groom, brown and beautiful, the night of henna, the beautiful mothers-in-law, The beach girl, Honorable one, my mother-in-law, the atomic bomb, the cheek of the beautiful, the Usta Hassan, Hamidu, the April Fools, my mother-in-law Malak, mother of monotype, this is love, Tar Bait, the kingdom of women.

Mary Selim married Fawzi Muneeb, so she met Mary Munib, who was 14 years old at the time, and after their separation from him she decided to marry her sister’s husband, lawyer Abdel Salam Fahmy, where her sister died and decided to raise her children, and she was affected by the Islamic rituals and the recitation of the Qur’an that was recited every day in a house Her mother-in-law, so she declared her conversion to Islam in the Egyptian Court of First Instance.


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