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Nagib El-Rihani (1889–1949)

Nagib El-Rihani was born on January 21, 1889 in Cairo, Egypt. He was a writer and actor, known for The Flirtation of Girls (1949), Yacout (1934) and The Lady's Puppet (1946). He was married to Badia Massabni. He died on June 8, 1949 in Cairo. See full bio »


(age 60) in Cairo, Egypt

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Yacout Writer


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 1966 30 Yom Fel Segn (as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1965 The Honored Family (as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1949 The Flirtation of Girls (dialogue - as Naguib Al Rihani) / (story - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1947 Abu Halmoos (as Najeeb Alrihani)
 1946 Lipstick (script - as Naguib Al Rihani) / (story - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1946 The Lady's Puppet (story - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1941 Mr. Omar (dialogue - as Naguib Al Rihani) / (script - as Naguib Al Rihani) / (story - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1937 Salama Is Safe (dialogue - as Naguib Al Rihani) / (story - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1934 Yacout (dialogue - as Naguib Al Rihani)
 1931 Lord of the Revels (story)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Najeeb Alrihani | Naguib Al Rihani


Badia Massabni  (divorced)

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His name is pronounced (Na - geeb) in the Egyptian dialect. In other Arabic dialects it's Najeeb. See more »


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