After two remakes of 1932's classic pastoral drama O Agapitikos Tis Voskopoulas appeared on Greek screens in 1955, the co-director of the original, Elias Paraskevas, returned with yet another claim to cinematic history the following year. The original film was the first talking picture released in Greece, and for his remake, Paraskevas made the first Greek film to be released in color. The result was not only box-office gold, but a starmaking vehicle for Dimitris Papamichael as Liakos, a poor young shepherd beholden to the wealthy Mitros (Christoforos Nazar) and his rival for pretty shepherdess Krystallo (Katy Lambropoulou).
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