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Ali Hatami (1944–1996)

Abbas Ali Hatami was born in Tehran, Iran in 1944. He graduated from the College of Dramatic Arts and began his professional career as a writer of short TV screenplays and also as a playwright. Among his plays are: The Demon and the Bald Hassan, Adam and Eve, The Fisherman's Story, City of Oranges, Talisman and Silk. He began his professional film... See full bio »


(age 52) in Tehran, Iran

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Known For

Mother Director
Desiderium Director
The Love-stricken
Kamalolmolk Director


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 1991 Mother
 1988 Hezardastan (TV Mini-Series) (8 episodes)
- Episode #1.8 (1988)
- Episode #1.7 (1988)
- Episode #1.6 (1988)
- Episode #1.5 (1988)
- Episode #1.4 (1988)
 1984 Kamalolmolk
 1978 Desiderium
 1974 Soltan-e sahebgharan (TV Mini-Series)
 1972 Ghalandar
 1972 Sattar khan
 1971 The Suitor
 1971 Toughi
 1971 Baba Shamal
 1967 Jangal- Ashpazi (TV Movie)
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Was the first director in Iranian cinema to make a musical comedy in his remarkable film Hassan, the bald (1970). See more »

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