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Ego rezilepsa ton Hitler (1970)

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Credited cast:
Kostas Voutsas ...
Gigoris Tsavos
Emilia Ipsilanti ...
Anna
Lakis Komninos
Giannis Voglis
Lavrentis Dianellos
Theodoros Katsadramis ...
(as Thodoros Katsadramis)
Costa Fyssoun
Giorgos Kyriakidis
Katerina Bobou
M. Miranda
Yannis Vouyouklis
Giorgos Moshidis
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Nikos Alexiou
Giorgos Bartis
Danos Lygizos
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a mediocre fun watch comedy
4 May 2010 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Kostas Voutsas is famous in Greece for some decent movies he made for the past 30 years. This movie is fun to watch. There are some scenes that really make you laugh. The acting is good (though the German dubbing and lip-syncing of the Greek actors is not done well). But above all, it is nothing more than a movie for someone to watch along with his kids one Sunday noon. What I saw and seemed very strange to me is that the Director used an English Bedford army vehicle (model of the late 70's) as a German vehicle. In similar movies, actual German vehicles of the WWII period were used successfully and I don't know why they couldn't do it on this movie as well.


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