|Biography [ ] Born in the small town of Wana in March 1924, Samia's family moved just months later to and settled near the bazaar||Tell No-one; Don't Tell Anyone Film, 1952•|
|The Second Man Film, 1959• Every Beat of My Heart Film, 1959• Lady Afrita; Lady Genie; Little Miss Devil; The Genie Lady Film, 1949• They not only played each other's love interest on the silver screen but also in real life||The Three Suitors Film, 1947• Some claim that Farid as a prince, told her it would bring too much shame to his family for him to marry a belly dancer; but the claim is baseless|
Come and Say Hello Film, 1951• Marhaban Ayuha al-Hubb Film, 1962• In 1949, proclaimed Samia Gamal "The National Dancer of ", which brought US attention to the dancer.
|Gawhara Film, 1942 See also [ ]• The Farewell Dance Film, 1954• In 1950, Samia came to the US and was photographed by||Tribute [ ] On 5 March 2017, dedicated a to the actress for the 93rd anniversary of her birth|
|Tarik al shaitan aka The Way of the Devil Film, 1963• A Hansom Carriage Film, 1945• Ali Baba et les quarante voleurs aka Ali Baba; Ali Baba wa-al-Arbain Harami ; Film, 1954• The Final Lie Film, 1950• The Night Train Film, 1953• She starred in dozens of Egyptian films next to the famous||Samia Gamal stopped dancing in 1972 when she was nearly in her 50s but began again after given advice by|
Love of the Millionaire Film, 1957• Rendezvous with a Stranger Film, 1959• Samia's charismatic performances in Egyptian and international films gave Egypt's Oriental Dance recognition and admiration in Egypt and worldwide.