I Loved an Armchair

I Loved an Armchair (Greek: Αγάπησα μια πολυθρόνα, romanized: Agapisa Mia Polythrona) is a 1971 Greek film directed by Dinos Dimopoulos and produced by Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos S.A. starring Kostas Voutsas, Eleni Erimou and Giorgos Papazisis. It was written by Lakis Mihailides and was based on the 1969 Russian film Twelve Chairs, which was also made into the 1970 American film The Twelve Chairs directed by Mel Brooks. The music director in the movie was Giorgos Hadjinassiou.

Agapitsa mia polythrona
Directed byDinos Dimopoulos
Written byLakis Mihailides
StarringKostas Voutsas
Eleni Erimou
Giorgos Papazisis
Stavros Xenidis
Athinodoros Proussalis
Babis Anthopoulos
Giorgos Tzifos
Katerina Gioulaki
Giorgos Moschidis
Maria Foka
Nikitas Platis
Kostas Palios
Music byGiorgos Hadjinassiou
Distributed byKaragiannis-Karatzopoulos
Release date
  • 1971 (1971)
Running time
89 minutes

The film is 89 minutes long and tells the story of a poor young man who was forced to sell four chairs he had inherited from his aunt and then learned that one of them contained hidden jewelry.


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