O Stratis parastratise

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O Stratis parastratise
Ο Στρατής παραστράτησε
Directed by Kostas Karagiannis
Written by Assimakis Gialamas
Kostas Pretenteris
Starring Dinos Iliopoulos
Anna Fonsou
Nikos Rizos
Anna Mantzourani
Dimos Starenios
Kaiti Lambropoulou
Nelli Papa
Giouli Stamoulaki
Nikos Kapios
Giorgos Messalas
Music by Giorgos Katsaros
Distributed by Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos
Release date
  • 1969 (1969)
Running time
98 minutes
Country Greece
Language Greek

O Stratis parastratise (Greek: Ο Στρατής παραστράτησε, translation: Stratis went astray) is a 1969 Greek black and white comedy starring Dinos Iliopoulos, Anna Fonsou and Nikos Rizos. The film sold 259,606 tickets.

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Stratis (Dinos Iliopoulos), after many years of laborious work, publishes his treatise on Aspasia's role in the Peloponnesian Wars. A team of American film producers approaches him to get the movie rights, planning to use his scientific work for a historical parody. At first he rejects their offer, but finally life's demands and his debts to his relatives compel him to accept. At the same time he falls in love with his cinematic heroine (Anna Fonsou). In the end after the completion of the shooting of the film, his luck changes and he is able to return to his old ways.

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