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Al-mas' Ala Al-Kubra (1983)

This film is about the 1920 revolution in Iraq against the English occupation.
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Ghazi Al-Takritee ...
Dhari al-Mahmood (as Ghari al-Takriti)
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A. T. Wilson
Yousef al-Any ...
Blind Leader
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Gertrude Bell
Sami Abdul Hameed ...
Nationalist Leader (as Sami Abdul Hamid)
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Sir Percy Cox
John Barron ...
General Haldane
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Lady Cox
Barrie Cookson ...
Colonel Hardcastle
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Captain Dawson
Fatima Al-Rubai'y ...
Dhari's wife
Tou'ma Al-Tamimy ...
Nationalist leader
Saadia Al-Zaidi ...
Azawi's mother
Ja'afar Al-Sa'adi ...
Newspaper editor
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This film is about the 1920 revolution in Iraq against the English occupation.

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July 1983 (Soviet Union)  »

Also Known As:

Clash of Loyalties  »

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Saddam Hussain financed the film, this was also during the horrific Iraq Iran war. During the ending scene a train was blown up, unfortunately a nearby Iraqi gun battalion saw the explosions and trained it's guns on the film cast and crew, luckily no one was hurt. See more »

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