Aboul Seoud Al Ibiary (1910 - 1969) أبو السعود الإبياري

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Egyptian scriptwriter and songwriter, born in 1910 – Cairo. As a child, Aboul So’oud wrote colloquial poems (zajal) that was published in “Al-Awlaad i.e. Children” magazine. He was fond of the great Badee’ Khairy’s colloquial poetry and plays thus, he followed his steps and...Read more Badee’ encouraged him. His first monologue “Borreih men al-settaat i.e. Oh! Women” chanted by “Sayyed Soulaymaan” was of great success. He also prepared comic sketches for Badee’a Massabny troupe and his first play was “Ew’a tetkallem i.e. Don’t talk” in 1933. His abundant effluent vocabulary was acquired from the common language of the people as he sat at Badee’a Massabny’s café smoking hookah and watching the crowds come and go. Al- Ebiaary wrote some of the best comic film scripts. His characters were authentic. His fluent dialogue was very clear starting from the very first film “Law kont ghany i.e. If I were rich” and continued through all his films; “Fatma, Marika and Rachel”, “Aakher kedba i.e. Last lie”, “Al-hamawaat al-faatenaat i.e. Charming mothers in law” and “Al-zoga al-13 i.e. Wife number 13”. The majority of Ismaeel Yasseen’s films with his name in title were also written by Aboul-So’oud al-Ebiaary”.

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  • Egyptian scriptwriter and songwriter, born in 1910 – Cairo. As a child, Aboul So’oud wrote colloquial poems (zajal) that was published in “Al-Awlaad i.e. Children” magazine. He was...Read more fond of the great Badee’ Khairy’s colloquial poetry and plays thus, he followed his steps and Badee’ encouraged him. His first monologue “Borreih men al-settaat i.e. Oh! Women” chanted by “Sayyed Soulaymaan” was of great success. He also prepared comic sketches for Badee’a Massabny troupe and his first play was “Ew’a tetkallem i.e. Don’t talk” in 1933. His abundant effluent vocabulary was acquired from the common language of the people as he sat at Badee’a Massabny’s café smoking hookah and watching the crowds come and go. Al- Ebiaary wrote some of the best comic film scripts. His characters were authentic. His fluent dialogue was very clear starting from the very first film “Law kont ghany i.e. If I were rich” and continued through all his films; “Fatma, Marika and Rachel”, “Aakher kedba i.e. Last lie”, “Al-hamawaat al-faatenaat i.e. Charming mothers in law” and “Al-zoga al-13 i.e. Wife number 13”. The majority of Ismaeel Yasseen’s films with his name in title were also written by Aboul-So’oud al-Ebiaary”.

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  • Birth Name:
  • أبو السعود أحمد خليل الإبياري





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