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Ulisse e Penelope, interpretati da Bekim Fehmiu e Irene Papas nello sceneggiato italiano “Odissea” del 1968

Ulisse e Penelope, interpretati da Bekim Fehmiu e Irene Papas nello sceneggiato italiano “Odissea” del 1968

"Masjasz" - Irene Papas, Anthony Ôueen -  1977.   7026750155_2629fd5e91_o.jpg (320×255)

"Masjasz" - Irene Papas, Anthony Ôueen - 1977. 7026750155_2629fd5e91_o.jpg (320×255)

Directed by Yorgos Javellas.  With Irene Papas, Manos Katrakis, Maro Kodou, Nikos Kazis. Antigone defies her uncle's decree that her traitorous brother should go unburied and therefore find no rest in the afterlife; however, her actions have tragic consequences.

Antigoni (1961)

Directed by Yorgos Javellas. With Irene Papas, Manos Katrakis, Maro Kodou, Nikos Kazis. Antigone defies her uncle's decree that her traitorous brother should go unburied and therefore find no rest in the afterlife; however, her actions have tragic consequences.

Irene Papas

Irene Papas

Irene Papas

Irene Papas

Helen of Troy Irene Papas Photo by Carlao50

Helen of Troy Irene Papas Photo by Carlao50

Irene Papas, Great Greek actress

Irene Papas, Great Greek actress

Irene Papas (The Guns of Navarone,1961)

Irene Papas (The Guns of Navarone,1961)

Irene Papas - Greek actress and singer  " I never wanted to play sensational parts , or those of desirable women .I wanted to play me ... the independent fighter "    The Guns of Navarone, Zorba the Greek,  Z , Electra, Antigone, The Odyssey, Captain Corelli's Mandoline

Irene Papas - Greek actress and singer " I never wanted to play sensational parts , or those of desirable women .I wanted to play me ... the independent fighter " The Guns of Navarone, Zorba the Greek, Z , Electra, Antigone, The Odyssey, Captain Corelli's Mandoline

Irene Papa, Greek actress. At some point in her career she was talked into going to Hollywood for work. There, she was marketed as a "Greek starlet" and had to give typical cheesecake interviews. However, the statuesque Athena-looking woman would instead end up launching in all seriousness and in that deep voice of hers into musings on Plato's concept of the soul vs  the Epicurean idea of the nature of man. One can only imagine the perplexed reactions.

Irene Papa, Greek actress. At some point in her career she was talked into going to Hollywood for work. There, she was marketed as a "Greek starlet" and had to give typical cheesecake interviews. However, the statuesque Athena-looking woman would instead end up launching in all seriousness and in that deep voice of hers into musings on Plato's concept of the soul vs the Epicurean idea of the nature of man. One can only imagine the perplexed reactions.

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