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Zawjati min Al-Heibiz, Movie, 1973

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  • My Wife from the Hippies

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karoomay SY

2012-07-12 22:30

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زوجتي من الهيبز
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Filmed in Beirut, Lebanon

Not listed on IMDb so link to elCinema (Egyptian film website): http://www.elcinema.com/work/wk1403365/

Another Duraid Lahham (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duraid_Lahham) film playing as Ghawwar along with his comedic partner, Nihad Qal'i as Husni.


Aircraft:
Not sure if this plane is identifiable
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Traffic light for rjluna2 ;)
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I'm not really known for doing this, but I couldn't help but post a picture of the pretty Lebanese actress Howaida who plays as Ghawwar's hippie wife in this movie :whistle:
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Her profile on elCinema: http://www.elcinema.com/person/pr1062691/

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rjluna2 US

2012-07-12 22:36

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karoomay wrote Traffic light for rjluna2 ;)

Thanks, karoomay :)
My comment at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

sixcyl FR

2012-07-13 00:08

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karoomay wrote I'm not really known for doing this, but I couldn't help but post a picture of the pretty Lebanese actress Howaida who plays as Ghawwar's hippie wife in this movie :whistle:

We won't blame you ;)

sixcyl FR

2012-07-13 00:12

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karoomay wrote Aircraft:
Not sure if this plane is identifiable


Absolutely identifiable, it's the king of Jets of the 60's... his majesty the Boeing 707. Identifing the airline is harder, maybe from Pan American?

karoomay SY

2012-07-13 00:20

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sixcyl wrote We won't blame you ;)
:D
Anyways, about the possible airline for the plane, maybe it could be MEA (Middle East Airlines), the national airline of Lebanon. :think:

G-MANN UK

2012-07-13 00:43

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It's OK to post one picture of a nice actress, but posting half a dozen or more of every remotely pretty actress every time you do a film is a bit over the top. Although I don't know what use it is saying this now...

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sixcyl FR

2012-07-13 08:25

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karoomay wrote :D
Anyways, about the possible airline for the plane, maybe it could be MEA (Middle East Airlines), the national airline of Lebanon. :think:


In 1973 and since 1969/1970, the MEA livery wear a full red tail fin with the Lebanese cedar in white circle. I doubt this one would be a pre-1970 MEA livery with white tail fin, by the fact we can assume all 707 wore the new livery at the time of the film. Moreover, the white stripe under main stripe (across the windows line) is much thicker that it should be on a MEA plane and match rather well with Pan Am livery.

karoomay SY

2012-07-13 09:20

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Well, I guess a Pam Am it is since you know more about planes than I do.

sixcyl FR

2012-07-13 21:40

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The idea of MEA is plausible, as the film location is Beirut, your suggestion was absolutely fair. I gave my opinion,that's all, and I'm not 100% sure of it beeing from Pan Am ;)

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