Every House has its Man
|Kul Bayt Lahu Rajel|
كل بيت له رجل
|Directed by||Ahmed Kamel Morsi|
|Produced by||Magdi Farid|
|Written by||Magdi Farid|
Ahmed Kamel Morsi
Mahmoud El Meliguy
Kul Bayt Lahu Rajel listen (help·info) (Arabic: كل بيت له راجل, Every House Has Its Man) is a 1949 Egyptian drama film. It starred Abdel Alim Khattab, Faten Hamama, Mahmoud El Meliguy, and Amina Rizk. The film was directed by Ahmed Morsi.
The film is about a man who dies leaving behind a widow and her daughter. One day, the mother meets a man, who she later falls in love with. Her daughter also loves him, and is devastated after discovering that she left her boyfriend for a man who is having a relationship with her mother.
- Film summary, Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved on January 4, 2007.
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