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Oikogeneia Horafa (1968)

| Comedy, Drama | 1968 (Greece)
When an already multitudinous and struggling family is blessed with triplets, they will need to take into consideration the possibility of giving up a child for adoption; but, which one? Should it be one of the older ones or the baby?

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alekos Alexandrakis Alekos Alexandrakis ... Padelis Chorafas
Maro Kodou Maro Kodou ... Marika Chorafa
Dionysis Papagiannopoulos ... Deranged Scientist
Takis Miliadis Takis Miliadis ... Mr. Davies
Vilma Kirou Vilma Kirou ... Mrs. Davies
Rita Mousouri Rita Mousouri ... Lilika Delakovia
Kostas Papakonstantinou ... Pete
Kostas Papahristos Kostas Papahristos ... Captain
Tilemanos Emanuel Tilemanos Emanuel ... Lawyer
Aleka Makri Aleka Makri ... Rozina
Vasilis Kailas ... Nikolis (as Vasilakis Kailas)
Vangelis Kazan ... Police officer
Tasia Asiki Tasia Asiki ... Kid
Marie-Louise Sasapi Marie-Louise Sasapi ... Kid
Vina Efstratiadi Vina Efstratiadi ... Kid
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Storyline

The already multitudinous and struggling family of Pantelis and Marika Chorafa is blessed with a beautiful tenth child; however, things will soon take a turn for the unexpected, when Marika gives birth to triplets. Under those circumstances and with thirteen needy offspring, the couple will need to take into serious consideration the possibility of giving up a child for adoption; but, which one? Should they choose one of the older ones or is it better to select one of the toddlers? Now, only by drawing lots will the family be able to decide; nevertheless, they seem to be one member short, as the newborn is missing. Could this be the work of the so-called "deranged scientist"? Written by Nick Riganas

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

1968 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

The Chorafa Family See more »

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Mono
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The movie was screened between 1968-1969 and sold 152,145 tickets. It came 44th out of 108 movies. See more »

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Referenced in Tyhi vouno: Episode #1.11 (2007) See more »

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