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To exypno pouli (Greek : Το έξυπνο πουλί, "the clever bird") is a 1961 Greek film.
Laïko or laïkó is a Greek music genre composed in Greek language in accordance with the tradition of the Greek people. Also called "folk song" or "urban folk music", in its plural form is a Greek music genre which has taken many forms over the years. Laïkó followed after the commercialization of Rebetiko music. It is strongly dominated by Greek folk music and it is used to describe Greek popular music as a whole. When used in context, it refers mostly to the form it took in the period from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Dimitrios "Mimis" Papaioannou is a Greek former professional footballer who played as a forward, mostly for AEK Athens. Papaioannou was a symbol of morality and faith for AEK Athens and the Greek football. He played for the same team for the most of his career and was never shown a single red card while being spotted only three times with a yellow, showing a wonderful prudence and integrity of character. Papaioannou was considered to be the best Greek footballer of his generation and one of the best Greek footballers of all time, being awarded as the best Greek footballer of the 20th Century by IFFHS.
Lefteris (Eleftherios) Papadopoulos is a Greek lyricist, writer and journalist.
Vasilis Avlonitis was one of the most famous old-school Greek comedians. He performed in numerous films and stage productions in the mid to late 20th century.
Ode to the Gods is the name of an English soundtrack album to Stavros Sideras' 1993 one-act opera of the same name starring Greek Cypriot singer Anna Vissi. It is Anna Vissi’s first English soundtrack album and was released in Cyprus and Greece in 1993 by Cypriot record company All Records. Vissi’s costars included Labis Livieratos and Bessie Malfa, who perform on three tracks each. The opera was only staged once in October 1993 in Limassol under the auspices of the Government of Cyprus and played before Queen Elizabeth II and Her Excellencies. Music and lyrics are by Stavros Sideras.
An itan to violi pouli is a 1984 Greek film that was directed by Takis Vougiouklakis and produced by Lakis Mihalidis, starring Sotiris Moustakas.
Kostas Hatzichristos or Costas Hajihristos was a Greek actor.
Vangelis Ploios was a Greek theatrical, film and television actor.
Otan leipei i gata is a 1962 Greek comedy film made by Finos Films. It was directed by Alekos Sakellarios and stars Vasilis Avlonitis, Rena Vlachopoulou and Niki Linardou.
Akropol is a 1995 musical film by Alco Films. It was directed by Pantelis Voulgaris, and was filmed wholly in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Allos gia to ekatommyrio is a 1964 Greek comedy film directed by Orestis Laskos and written by Nikos Tsiforos and starring Mimis Fotopoulos, Giannis Gkionakis, Beata Assimakopoulou, Vassilis Avlonitis and Eleni Anoussaki.
The Fallschirmjäger memorial is a German war memorial for German parachutists who fell during the ten-day Battle of Crete in World War II. The memorial, known to Cretans as the German bird (Greek: Γερμανικό πουλί, Germaniko pouli) or the Evil bird , was erected in 1941 by the occupation forces and is located about three kilometers west of Chania on the road to Agii Apostoli.
Stavros Paravas was a Greek actor.
Takis Christoforidis was a Greek actor and cousin of Periklis Christoforidis.
O skliros andras is a 1961 Greek comedy film produced by Finos Films and was directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starred Kostas Hatzichristos, Martha Vourtsi, Martha Karagianni and Kostas Voutsas. It is a cinematographic representation of the play by Georgios Roussos. In its first week of screening in Athens and Piraeus, the movie sold 38,764 tickets placing it 14th in the 68 Greek films in 1961–62.
Marinella gia panta is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released in 1974 by PolyGram Records in Cyprus.
Alice in the Navy is a 1961 Greek comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios.
Stavros is a Greek name. It comes from σταυρóς, the Christian cross, but is distinguished from it by having the accent on the first syllable rather than the second..
Kostas Poulis was a Greek footballer. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1952 Summer Olympics.