To pontikaki

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To pontikaki
Directed by Nikos Tsiforos
Written byNikos Tsiforos, Giorgos Assimakopoulos
Produced by Anzervos
Starring Aliki Vougiouklaki
Dionyssis Papayannopoulos
Nikos Rizos
Mimis Fotopoulos
Konstantinos Pappas
Rika Dialina
Periklis Christoforides
Music by Argyris Kounadis
Distributed by Finos Films
Release date
  • 1954 (1954)
Running time
85 minutes

To pontikaki (Greek : Το ποντικάκι, "the little mouse"), also To pondikaki, is a 1954 Greek crime film directed by Nikos Tsiforos and starring Aliki Vougiouklaki, Dionyssis Papayannopoulos and Nikos Rizos.



Loukis after his lucky breaky up and decided to resign from the police, his luck on the young florist Krinio in which she was known as The Little Mouse. They took along the hiding place in which they live with Vangelis, Christina and the leader of the council Kostas. Loukis willed to overcome his costly road and they rented a bedroom. They tried to return to his life especially The Little Mouse. The same was also done by Petros. Kostas was not disposed and made much difficult for the damaging his team.


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Police movies in Greece

The movie hides historically importance as the first police production in Greece in an era on the screen, as the police movies was thought as a cheap entrance.

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