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|Died||12 March 1993|
Abdullah Gaith was born in a village called Kafr Al-Shalshalmoon in the province of Al-Sharqeyyah, Egypt. He studied theatre at the High Institute of Theatrical Arts.
Among his theatrical works are: Al-Husain as a Rebel (Al-Husain Tha,eran- in Arabic), Mahran the Youth (Al_Fata Mahran), and The Visit of the Aging Woman (Ziarat Al-Sayyidah Al-Ajuz).
Among his numerous works in TV : Sukun Al-Asifah (The Calm of the Storm) (1978), Ibn Taimeyyah (1984), Musa Ibn Nusair (the great Arab Muslim ruler of Africa who managed the conquest of Spain), Abu Zaid Al-Hilali (1979), Antarah (1979), Al-Sindibad (1985), and Al-Kitabah Ala Lahmin Yahtariq (Writing on Burning Flesh) (1986).
Ghaith's most famous work in cinema is Mohammad, Messenger of God (U.S. title: The Message) (1976) which narrates the story of the rise of Islam.
Later life and death
Abdullah Gaith died on 12 March 1993 of cancer.
|1965||Al Haram (The Sin)|
|Al-Simmal Wal Kharif (The Autum's Quail)||Based on the novel by Naguib Mahfouz|
|1976||Mohammad, Messenger of God||Hamza ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib|
|1988||Milaff Samiah Sha,rawi (The File of Samiah Sharawi)||Abdel Hakim Amer|
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