Fazil

Fazil (1928) was a rare costume drama for Howard Hawks.  His only other attempt was Land of the Pharaohs.

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Fazil

Howard Hawks was not fond of Fazil (1928) as he found Charles Farrell unsuitable as an Arabian chieftan and romantic interest for the exotic Greta Nissen.

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Sally Eilers is credited as a harem girl in Fazil (1928) but there were many girls in the background.

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an unnamed extra from Fazil (1928) sports a modest pot belly.

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Publicity still for Fazil (1928), with Charles Farrell and Greta Nissen in the story of an Arab chieftan and his Parisienne wife.

Fazil (1928)

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one of the unnamed extras providing atmosphere in Fazil (1928)

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one of the harem girls in Fazil (1928), one of eight silent films directed by Howard Hawks at Twentieth Century Fox.

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original publicity still for Fazil (1928) a Howard Hawks silent film surviving as a bootleg.

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Fazil (1928), a silent film produced and directed by Howard Hawks.

Fazil is Howard Hawks’ sixth film.

Fazil premiered Jun4, 1928.

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original publicity still for Fazil (1928)