Kalos ilthe to dollario

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Kalos ilthe ton dollario
Καλώς ήλθε το δολλάριο
Directed by Alekos Sakellarios
Written by Alekos Sakellarios
Starring Giorgos Konstadinou
Anna Kalouta
Sotiris Moustakas
Distributed by Anzervos
Orwo Hellas
Release date
  • 23 October 1967 (1967-10-23) (Greece)
Running time
99 minutes
Country Greece
Language Greek

Kalos ilthe to dollario (Greek: Greek: Καλώς ήλθε το δολλάριο, Welcome the Dollar) is a 1967 Greek theatrical comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios.

The film stars Giorgos Konstantinou, Anna Kalouta and Sotiris Moustakas.


The shy and decent English tutor Filippos Angeloutsos needs to supplement his meager paychecks because of price hikes in the 6th American Fleet in the Port of Piraeus. He shared his proposal with madame Foulis, who teaches English to the girls at the Blue Black bar in Troubas. Filippos esteemed his employees with a large fabbor that he spent. When the fleet arrived, Stavros confronted his problems in the attraction of sailors in a store and addressed again to Filippo with help.


The film was shown at the 1967 Thessaloniki Film Festival

About the movie[edit]

Based on a theatrical work The 6th American Fleet by Alekos Sakellarios and Christos Giannakiopoulos

  • It was the first Greek movie filmed in colour that the technical work that happened everywhere in Greece.
  • The total cost of the movie was 5,000,000 drachmas.
  • It made 164,239 tickets (39th/99th)


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