Ta kitrina gantia

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Ta Kitrina Gantia
The Yellow Gloves
Τα Κίτρινα Γάντια
Directed by Alekos Sakellarios
Written by Alekos Sakellarios
Starring Nikos Stavridis
Mimis Fotopoulos
Maro Kontou
Martha Vourtsi
Pantelis Zervos
Giannis Gkionakis
Music by Takis Morakis
Distributed by Damaskinos Michailidis, Finos Films
Release date
December 12, 1960
Running time
79 mins
Country Greece
Language Greek

Ta Kitrina Gantia (Greek: Τα Κίτρινα Γάντια, The Yellow Gloves) is a 1960 Greek comedy film made by Finos Films. It was directed by Alekos Sakellarios and stars Nikos Stavridis, Mimis Fotopoulos, Maro Kontou and Martha Vourtsi.


Orestis (Nikos Stavridis) is a jealous husband and always appears to be suspicious of his partner. He stops in a cafe and upon finding yellow gloves belonging to wife Rena (Maro Kontou), he suspects her of cheating. He heads to his house in order to ask Rena if the gloves are hers. The situation is resolved and he is embarrassed to find out that they are not Rena's and that he was enraged over nothing. Before he is calmed down, he suspects Rena of having cheated on him with Moustakias (Mimis Fotopoulos) until it is revealed the gloves belonged to the servant Toula (Martha Vourtsi). The film utilises the classic trope of a jealous partner to drive its storyline.


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