An artist from the beautiful time, he is the Egyptian artist Abdel Wareth Aser

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The almighty artist who worked for art and created it by Abdul Ali Al-Wareth Asser is an ancient Egyptian actor, born in the Al-Darb Al-Ahmar district in the Al-Gamaliya district on September 16, 1894. His father’s origin is rural from Delangat in the Buhaira governor. He memorized the Qur’an from an early age and learned to recite it.He is the older brother of two brothers, the artist (Hussein Asser) and (Sunya Asser).

He was included in education until he obtained the baccalaureate at Al-Tawfiqia Secondary School in Shubra. He wanted to enter law school as his father, Sheikh (Ali Asser), who was a lawyer and a good friend of the leader (Saad Zaghloul), but he did not do so because of his hatred of dealing with the English authorities. what occupied the country at that time.
The artist Abdel Warith Asser was born on September 16, 1894 from An authentic Egyptian mother and father who died on April 22, 1982 and was buried in Egypt

Artist Abdel Wareth Asser has appeared on the cinema screen in a large number of films such as “Young Woman” by Salah Abu Seif, “The Message” by director Mustafa Al-Akkad, “The Miserable Ones” and “Struggle in the Valley. ”
He also managed to write many amazing stories and screenplays for hundreds of films, and musician Mohamed Abdel Wahab relied on him to review film scripts and required all production companies to be present in his films.

*Films by creative artist Abdel Wareth Aser *
Zainab ”in 1930.
“Tears of Love” in 1935.
“The Last Solution” in 1937.
Long live love, 1938.
“The Doctor” in 1939.
Happy day 1940.
The Wives Factory, 1941.
Forbidden Love, 1942.
Aida in 1942.
I finally got married in 1942.
“Bullet in the Heart” 1944.
Salama 1945.
“The Money” in 1945.
“The Great Mistake” in 1945.
“I am not an angel”, 1946.
“Gram Bedouin” in 1946.
The Attorney General in 1946.
“Probe” 1946.
“The Companions of Happiness” in 1946.
“The Land of the Nile” in 1946.
Ibn Antar in 1947.
“Escaped from prison” in 1948.
Amber in 1948.
“The Mighty Simson” in 1948.
“Love Never Dies” in 1948.
“Fatima, Marika and Rachel” in 1949.
“Ghazl Al Banat” in 1949.
Bayoumi Effendi, 1949.
“The Great House” in 1949.
“Makanch Albal” in 1950.
“You Have a Day, Unfair” in 1951.
“Fayek and Rayek” in 1951.
“The Ruling of the Strong” in 1951.
“The Beloved Country” in 1951.
Adam and Eve in 1951.
“Nahid” in 1952.
“Where Did You Get It From” 1952.
Antar Welbul in 1952.
Zainab in 1952.
“Bint Al Shati ‘” in 1952.
Al-Usta Hassan in 1952.
Mrs Fatima in 1952.
Wafaa in 1953.
“A Window to Heaven” in 1953.
“A Rendezvous with Life” in 1953.
“In the Sharia of Maine” 1953.
“The Road to Happiness” in 1953.
“Love in the Dark” 1953.
After the Farewell, 1953.
“A Rendezvous with Happiness” 1954.
“A Night of My Life” in 1954.
“Lovers’ Village” in 1954.
“Battle in the Valley” 1954.
“Always with you” in 1954.
Stay with God in 1954.
Mad Love, 1954.
“The Unjust Angel” in 1954.
“Sheikh Hassan” in 1954.
“The happiest days” in 1954.
Have mercy on my tears, 1954.
“Four Girls and an Officer” in 1954.
“The Melody of Loyalty” in 1955.
“My Love Story” in 1955.
The Beach of Memories, 1955.
“The Anklet Ring” in 1955.
“Tears in the Night”, 1955.
The Sea of ​​Love in 1955.
“Amani Al-Omar” in 1955.
The Promise in 1956.
Confused Hearts 1956.
“Sahrana Eyes” in 1956.
“A Voice from the Past” 1956.
“Youth of a Woman” in 1956.
Zanouba in 1956.
Delilah in 1956.
Nimrod in 1956.
The Inspector General in 1956.
The Stranger in 1956.
The Land of Dreams, 1956.
“A Terrible Night” in 1957.
“The Empty Cushion” in 1957.
“Ismail Yassin in the Navy” 1957
The Land of Peace ”in 1958.
“The Driver of the Night of the Night” in 1958.
“Abu Hadid” in 1958.
“Heart of Gold” in 1959.
“God is Greatest” in 1959.
“Family tree” 1960.
“Forgive me” 1960.
“A Rendezvous with the Past” 1961.
The Olive Branch in 1962.
“Al-Madaq Alley” in 1963.
“Girl 16” in 1963.
“Adham Al-Sharqawi” in 1964.
“The Mountain” in 1965.
“Khan Al-Khalili” in 1966.
“Qandil Umm Hashem” in 1968.
“The People Who Are Inside” 1969.
Earth in 1970.
“Wildflowers” in 1972.
“The Woman Who Beat the Devil” in 1973.
“Wonders, Time” in 1974.
“The Sparrow” in 1974.
“Enemy Brothers” 1974.
“The Madness of Youth” in 1975.
“The Sinners” in 1975.
“The Message” in 1976.
“For Life” 1977.
“Sonia and the Majnun” in 1977.
“Life is Lost, My Son,” 1978.
“Shafiqa and Metwally” in 1978.
Desire and Price, 1978.
“Les Miserables” in 1978.
No Comfort for Women, 1979.
“Do Not Cry, Habeeb Al-Omar” in 1979.
“A Storm of Tears” 1979.
“Stronger Than Days” 1979.
“Alexandria Les” in 1979.

The series by artist Abdel Wareth Aser
Series in our house man
Bint Al-Hetta series
Victim series
The Enchanted Banura Series
The farming series
The gang series
Who of Maine Series
The series “Rizk Al-Ayal”
Saqr case series
Seabird series
Flying boy dreams series
My dear children series, thank you and others.

The plays of the artist Abdel Wareth Aser
Speaking farm game
Technical Secretary plays
Play football with Bulbul and others.

And the great artist Abdel Wareth Ali Asar has a Honor from King Farouk. He also received the First Class Merit Medal from President Gamal Abdel Nasser, and the State Valuation Award and the Art Medal from President Sadat. There were many awards he received after his death, the most important of which is that the state honors him by issue a postage stamp with his photo and name

He won an award for the screenplay of the movie “Madoun Al Hob”. The last thing he presented on television was the series (Dreams of the Flying Boy) with (Adel Imam. He was married to his cousin, and he has only two daughters, Lotus and Hattor), and he had them with Pharaonic names, and his grandson is the artist (Muhammad Al-Taji).
His wife died on May 3, 1979 and he “loved her very much” After her death, he mourned deeply over her, and as a result, he was admitted to the hospital. He was almost in a coma and stayed in a hospital (Maadi for the Army) for long periods of time.
He died on 22 April 1982 at the Maadi Army Hospital at the age of 87.

May God have mercy on Almighty artist Abdul Warith Asher

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