Descended from Heaven

March 1, 1965

The late Pericles gets permission from God to return to earth and help his family, who has gone astray after his death. Invisible to all but present everywhere, he is able to eavesdrop on what's going on: his youngest daughter lives it up with some Teddy boys, his eldest do not intend to marry her fiancé, his son has become a crook, and his wife a gambler.

Another One for the Million

October 20, 1964

The honest and meticulous cashier, Savvas, works in a business and is often pressured by his wife’s siblings to embezzle money from his job and lend it to them. When his manager, leaving on a trip, entrusts him with a million drachmas without a receipt, Savvas succumbs to the pressure and gives some of the money to his brother-in-law. In the end, however, an unexpected development awaits Savvas, since his manager is killed in an airplane crash and he has to decide what to do with the money.

When an open-hearted folk man, a butcher of the profession, buys an apartment to stay with his family in a block of flats in a lush neighborhood, the tenants are colluding in order to get him away. The only defenders are the concierge and a general who will think of a clever way to correct the situation.

A Man for All Jobs...

January 10, 1966

A cynical young man, Giorgos, who believes that in this life you need to steer clear of principles and attachments, clashes with his father, captain Manolis and abandons the management of the family’s shipyard. Determined to build his life again, he gets a job as a waiter in a large hotel and believes that he can also get rich by taking advantage of the sorrows and the loneliness of the wealthy.

The Young Lady's Fool

March 14, 1960

Julia, the daughter of Telis, general manager of the steel company, is a rich girl who likes the good living. Grigoris, a poor employee in the company who is in love with Julia, after a series of misunderstandings will lose his job and be fired ...

Four cousins inherit a rich uncle. In order to do this, however, they must first fulfill the terms that each uncle has laid down in his covenant.

The beautiful Katy, employee Patroklos fashion firm is engaged to lawyer Lycurgus Karanikolarea, but he flirts shamelessly with other women, despite their faith and loyalty vows she has made. To get the blood back and give him a firm lesson begins flirting with five men at the same time: the partner of Lycurgus, Dionysis, his Patroclus accountant Pythagoras, a giegie left over from her own apartment, Reno called dynamite, the cantor cousin of Patroclus, James, and the director of a school wrestlers, Hercules Karamasista.

A barber wants to marry his daughter to a scientist. He believes that he has found the proper candidate in the face of a trainee lawyer.

Fifis the Unbeatable

January 1, 1966

A tough sailor, Fotis, returns to Greece to marry his beloved and to settle certain inheritance issues with his twin brother Fifis, who is an effeminate artist. Their striking resemblance will upset the lives of both of them equally.

Grigoris (Kostas Voutsas), a shopkeeper from Katerini, wins the first prize at a radio station that covers his expenses for a week in Athens. Arriving in the capital, the members of two gangs think it is Polydoros, the man who was to carry a stolen ancient statue to sell it to a rich collector. Grigoris, by chance, acquires the statue, and the captain (Kostas Kazakos) of a gang, with the help of a charming woman (Eleni Prokopiou), tries to trap him. Eventually, Grigoris will be hunted by both the gangs and the police ...

The message of the return of Captain Nikoli sfakianes Andros, after four years of absence, will bring great inconvenience to his house. His wife Chrisoula will scrape together the three daughters of the party on the beaches and transform them appropriately, knowing how severe is the captain. The change is so successful that Captain Nikolas disappointed by their appearance ...

Eftyhos... trellathika!

October 23, 1961

Charilaos Maraziotis owns a store and owes so much money both to his lenders and to the state, that he is in danger of going to jail. He decides to pretend to be a psychopath and is sent to an asylum. His lenders, upon hearing the news about his mental health, change their attitude towards him and release him from his debts.

A milkman has his shop at the affluent Athenian neighborhood of Kolonaki and is in love with an aristocratic girl.

10 Days in Paris

June 5, 1962

Two men intend to make a "secret" trip to Paris alone and live it up in order to escape the stranglehold of their wives.

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