Zannino

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Zannino
Born
Yannis Papadopoulos

(1923-08-21)21 August 1923
Died27 May 1995(1995-05-27) (aged 71)
Years active1956–1991

Zannino (Greek : Ζαννίνο; born Yannis Papadopoulos; 21 August 1923 – 27 May 1995) was a Greek actor. He appeared in more than eighty films from 1956 to 1991.

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Filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1956 O Drakos Uncredited
1960Makrykostaioi kai Kondogiorgides
1960Erotika paihnidiaBournias
1960To mystiko tou kokkinou mandya
1960O dolofonos agapouse poly...Secret Officer
1960Mitros kai Mitrousis stin AthinaManolis
1960I Nancy tin... psonise!
1960I kritikopoula kai o eleftherotis
1960Ena koritsi se perimenei
1961EfialtisValentino
1961To spiti tis idonis
1961Stegnosan ta dakrya mas
1961Mas klepsane tin Golfo
1961Agapi kai thyella
1962 The 300 Spartans Athenian citizen & Persian GeneralUncredited
1962Min eidate ton Panai?Periklis
1962Vasilias tis gafasJim Lucas
1962Mi varate oloi maziAstropelekis Tzoras
1962Exomologisis mias miteras
1962Douleies tou podariou
1962AstronaftesHaralabos
1963 Young Aphrodites Molossos
1963Ziteitai timiosTough guy
1963ZileiaKostas
1963Tyfla na'hei o Marlon BrandoAgathoklis Karmoutzoukos
1963Ton vrikame ton Panai
1963Thee mou, dos mou to fos mouFanouris o Megas
1963Oi katergaridesJim Jim
1963Mana, giati me gennises
1963KazanovasUndercover policeman
1963Einai skliros o horismos
1963Diestrammenoi
1964Lola
1964Ta didymaMr. Masciolini
1964Sholi gia soferinesKatrabas
1964O Giannis takane thalassa
1964I gefyra tis eftyhias
1964Exotikes vitaminesMasseur
1964An eheis tyhi...Thug
1965 The Naked Brigade Yannis Karrayiannis
1965To thavma tis MegaloharisGypsy
1965Me pono kai me dakrya
1965Kallio pente kai sto heriJimmy
1965Einai enas... trellos, trellos, trellos VengosGiannis
1966Une balle au coeur
1966Poniros praktor KaragiozisVeligekas
1966O Meletis stin Ameso DrasiManolis Vardakakis
1966Fos... nero... tilefono, oikopeda me doseisSotiris Sotiropoulos
1967 Voitheia! O Vengos faneros praktor 000 instructor
1967Cry in the WindPoliceman
1967 The Road to Corinth
1967Siko, horepse syrtakiLakis
1967O methystakas tou limaniou...Sostis
1968Epiheirisis ApollonChauffeur
1968O petheropliktosNightclub customer
1968Oi mnistires tis Pinelopis
1968Kitsos, mini kai souvlaki
1968Kardia pou lygise apo ton pono
1968Enas kleftis me filotimoBurglar
1969To nyfopazaro
1969 Who is Thanassis bullyUncredited
1969O prosfygas
1969Enas afragos OnasisGerman businessman
1969Ena asyllipto koroidoHans
1969 Thou-Vou falakros praktor, epiheirisis "Yis Mathiam" Jacob
1970Oi gennaioi tou VorraSerafeim
1970Oi 4 assoi
1970Enas Vengos gia oles tis douleiesHatzidavelis
19702 trelloi ki o atsidas
1971Arhipseftaros
1971O dromos ton iroon
1971I zavoliara
1971Enas yperohos anthropos
1971Dyo exypna koroida
1972O Puskas ton PetralononFotis
1972O prigipas tis agorasKrotonas
1972O kyrios stathmarhis
1973O tsarlatanosHercules
1978 Midnight Express [1] police detective
1978I valitsa tou papaBodyguard
1979Jack o... kavallarisGeronimo
1980Xevrakotos Romios
1981O Kotsos exo apo to N.A.T.O.
1984Ta katharmataCoach
1996Kavafis(final film role)

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