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Enas magas sta salonia (1969)

A statuesque but spoiled Athenian heiress who is used to buying whatever her heart desires, tries to enchant the betrothed and proud islander who saved her from certain death. Nevertheless, can money buy his respect?

Director:

Kostas Karagiannis

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Cast

Credited cast:
Giannis Voglis Giannis Voglis ... Petris
Mema Stathopoulou Mema Stathopoulou ... Elena Nikolaou
Thanasis Mylonas ... Iasonas
Lavrentis Dianellos ... Levantis
Marika Krevata Marika Krevata ... Eva Nikolaou
Hristos Tsaganeas Hristos Tsaganeas ... Gerasimos Nikolaou
Nelly Pappa Nelly Pappa ... Violetta
Nasos Kedrakas Nasos Kedrakas ... President
Despoina Stylianopoulou Despoina Stylianopoulou ... Katerina Marioli
Mavropoulos Aggelos Mavropoulos Aggelos ... Judge
Makis Demiris Makis Demiris ... Didis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alekos Anastasiadis Alekos Anastasiadis
Kostas Balodimos Kostas Balodimos
The First The First
Dora Fytiza Dora Fytiza
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Storyline

Somewhere in a small Greek island, the poor but proud young fisherman, Petris, saves from certain death the Athenian, Elena Nikolaou--the statuesque and pampered daughter of the affluent ship-owner, Gerasimos Nikolaou, who is interested in today's catch. However, apart from a seductively beautiful woman, Elena is also an arrogant and spoiled heiress who is used to buying whatever her heart desires--be it expensive gifts to herself or even a man's dignity. As expected, Elena will soon try to enchant the betrothed islander to satisfy her egotistical needs; nevertheless, can money buy his respect? Written by Nick Riganas

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Genres:

Drama

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Details

Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

20 October 1969 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

A Tough Guy in the Salons See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

The movie was screened between 1969-1970 and sold 353,000 tickets. It came 13th out of 99 movies. See more »

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