Abdelsalam El Nabolsi (1899 - 1968) عبدالسلام النابلسي

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A Lebanese comedian and writer of Palestinian origin, Abdul Salaam al-Nabulsy was born in Akka (1899). He began as a writer for the magazines “Misr al-gedeeda” and “al-Lataa’ef al-Masreyya”.

His first big break came when Director Asia nominated him to star in the film “G...Read morehada al Sahra’”. He has appeared in the following 1930’s film; “Wakhz al-dameer i.e. Qualm”, “Al-tareeq al-mustakeem i.e. The straightway”, “Al-azeema i.e. The determination”, and “Leila Bint al Reef i.e. Laila, the girl from country side”. Al-Nabulsy has taken part in more than 10 films with renowned singer Fareed al-Atrash, among them are: ‘”Afreeta Haneem i.e. Little Miss Devil”, “Aakher kedba i.e. The final lie”, “Ta’aala sallem i.e. Come and say Hello”, “Lahn hobby i.e. Symphony of love”, and “Ressaalat gharaam i.e. A message of love”. He also appeared as Abdul Haleem Haafez’s friend in several films like; “Fata ahlaamy i.e. The man of my dreams” and “Shaare’ al-hobb i.e. Love street.” In late 1950s, Abdul Salaam produced and starred many films like; “Habeeb hayaaty i.e. Love of my life” and “Hallaa’ al-sayyedaat i.e. Ladies hairdresser”. In early 1960s, he went back to his home country Lebanon, there he opened his own production company and starred in Lebanese films such as; “Fatenat al-Jamaheer i.e. Audience Sweetheart”, “Paris wal-hobb i.e. Paris and love, “Afraah al-shabaab i.e. Joys of young people”, “Badaweyya fee Paris i.e. A Bedouin in Paris ”, and “Ahlan Bel-hobb i.e. Welcome love”. He also wrote poems for Al-Shabaka magazine. While he portrayed some evil if not too violent characters, his filmography was generally characterized by comic roles, Abdul Salaam al-Nabulsy embarked on a highly successful career. He died in Tripoli (Lebanon), 1968.

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  • A Lebanese comedian and writer of Palestinian origin, Abdul Salaam al-Nabulsy was born in Akka (1899). He began as a writer for the magazines “Misr al-gedeeda” and “al-Lataa’ef al-...Read moreMasreyya”. His first big break came when Director Asia nominated him to star in the film “Ghada al Sahra’”. He has appeared in the following 1930’s film; “Wakhz al-dameer i.e. Qualm”, “Al-tareeq al-mustakeem i.e. The straightway”, “Al-azeema i.e. The determination”, and “Leila Bint al Reef i.e. Laila, the girl from country side”. Al-Nabulsy has taken part in more than 10 films with renowned singer Fareed al-Atrash, among them are: ‘”Afreeta Haneem i.e. Little Miss Devil”, “Aakher kedba i.e. The final lie”, “Ta’aala sallem i.e. Come and say Hello”, “Lahn hobby i.e. Symphony of love”, and “Ressaalat gharaam i.e. A message of love”. He also appeared as Abdul Haleem Haafez’s friend in several films like; “Fata ahlaamy i.e. The man of my dreams” and “Shaare’ al-hobb i.e. Love street.” In late 1950s, Abdul Salaam produced and starred many films like; “Habeeb hayaaty i.e. Love of my life” and “Hallaa’ al-sayyedaat i.e. Ladies hairdresser”. In early 1960s, he went back to his home country Lebanon, there he opened his own production company and starred in Lebanese films such as; “Fatenat al-Jamaheer i.e. Audience Sweetheart”, “Paris wal-hobb i.e. Paris and love, “Afraah al-shabaab i.e. Joys of young people”, “Badaweyya fee Paris i.e. A Bedouin in Paris ”, and “Ahlan Bel-hobb i.e. Welcome love”. He also wrote poems for Al-Shabaka magazine. While he portrayed some evil if not too violent characters, his filmography was generally characterized by comic roles, Abdul Salaam al-Nabulsy embarked on a highly successful career. He died in Tripoli (Lebanon), 1968.

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