The Auntie from Chicago

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The Auntie from Chicago
Η θεία από το Σικάγο
Directed by Alekos Sakellarios (crew)
Produced by Alekos Sakellarios
Starring Georgia Vassileiadou
Orestis Makris
Eleni Zafeiriou
Tzeni Karezi
Gelly Mavropoulou
Margarita Papageorgiou
Niki Papadatou
Pantelis Zervos
Stefanos Stratigos
Thodoros Dimitriou
Dimitris Papamichael
Vangelis Ploios
Kostas Papahristos
Music by Takis Morakis
Distributed by Finos Films
Release date
  • 16 December 1957 (1957-12-16)
Running time
72 minutes
Country Greece
Language Greek

The Auntie from Chicago (Greek: Η θεία από το Σικάγο; also known Aunt from Chicago) is a 1957 Greek theatrical comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios and produced by Finos Films. The film made 142,459 tickets.


A middle-aged man's (Makris) conservative life is disturbed, when his sister (Vasileiadou) returns to Greece, after many years in Chicago. Her arrival breathes new air to the family, and some extreme ideas of how to get her shy nieces to marry.


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