Saadia (1953) Movie Details

Albert Lewin
Bronislau Kaper
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
1 hr 22 mins
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Saadia Movie Cast

Cornel Wilde
as Si Lahssen
Mel Ferrer
as Henrik
Rita Gam
as Saadia
Michel Simon
as Bou Rezza
Cyril Cusack
as Khadir
Wanda Rotha
Wanda Rotha as Fatima
Marcel Poncin
as Moha
Anthony Marlowe
Anthony Marlowe as Captain Sabert
Hélène Vallier
as Zoubida
Mahjoub Ben Brahim
Mahjoub Ben Brahim as Ahmed
Jacques Dufilho
as Bandit leader
Bernard Farrel
Bernard Farrel as Lt. Camuzac
Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson as Lt. Girard
Peter Copley
as Leader Mokhazenis
Marne Maitland
as Horse dealer

Saadia Crew List

Director :
Novel : Francis D'Autheville
Screenplay : Albert Lewin
Cinematography : Christopher Challis
Original Music Composer :
Art Direction : John Hawkesworth

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Saadia is a wild, strange Arab girl whose life has been dominated by a local sorceress, a vengeful outcast in the community, who has convinced her she has the "evil eye" and brings disaster to all who love her. French doctor Henrik takes her to his clinic, for rehabilitation purposes, and falls in love with her as does his friend, Si Lahssen, the reigning prince of this small Moroccan state. When a plague falls on the town, Saadia is convinced she is responsible, and rides alone into the mountain country to retrieve the plague serum being held for ransom by bandits. The love triangle dominates most of the rest of the film.


Saadia is a 1953 English Film stars Cornel Wilde , Albert Lewin , Francis D'Autheville , Albert Lewin , Mel Ferrer , Rita Gam , Michel Simon , Cyril Cusack , Wanda Rotha , Marcel Poncin , Anthony Marlowe , Hélène Vallier , Mahjoub Ben Brahim , Jacques Dufilho , Bernard Farrel , Richard Johnson , Peter Copley , Marne Maitland , Christopher Challis , Bronislau Kaper , John Hawkesworth , directed by Albert Lewin & music by Bronislau Kaper.