Welt im Film 76/1946 08.11.1946

Synopsis

1st United States: The flying post aircraft with the inscription: "the first flying post office". People are facing the aircraft and go aboard. Men wear mail bags in the plane. Men sort aerial view of Washington, D.C. the post on board the aircraft.
(18 m 2) pictures of the reconstruction: edertal dam back in operation the edertal dam in the model. Images of the destroyed dam. The wall of the dam, total. The barrage again in operation. Engineers and workers at the instruments. Measuring instruments, great. Volt meter. Turbines of the power station. The edertal dam and the Edersee, total.
(43 m) 03 Shanghai today cityscapes Shanghai. Rickshaws and cars in the streets. Men pull cart with tree trunks. Modern Filmpalast. "Tarzan" movie posters. "Kismet" starring Marlene Dietrich. Passengers waiting on the floor sitting and on trains. People are sleeping on the street. Ships in the port, total. Loading/unloading of goods. Jewelry is balanced on a small scale. Behind barred switch bundle are counted and reported. People on the exchange market in goods Exchange. Road crowded with people.
(52 m) 4th America, England, Germany: working war war go on crutches. War in the classroom and in the workshop. United States: Blind when working with dog beside him. Kriegsbeschädigter works as a watchmaker. Kriegsbeschädigter replace artificial limbs using various tools. England: Second workshop in the filing, drilling and hammering. War machines and welding. Germany: Sign on House "disabled factory Schleswig-Holstein workshops Mürwik". War invalids go in the House, totally. War when working on machines, planing and sawing. Kitchen utensils from wood, spoon, whisk, Stampfer. War work shoes as a shoemaker.
(62 m) 05-updates soon (96 m) a. The Queen Elizabeth is heading New York totally at the Queen Elizabeth in the port of Southampton. Cooks in the kitchen of the ship, total. The Bellboy at a number on the deck of the vessel. They show their hands and inspected for cleanliness. People go aboard, among them, close to half the American Senator Conally. The ropes are cut loose. The chimney of the ship, great. The ship, frontal, big. Three women waving goodbye, half-close. Tug alongside the ship. Guests in the dining room, totally. The Queen Elizabeth, total.
(30 m) b. Bad Nauheim: licensing of Dana arrival in front of the House of Dana of the heads of the American news control Robert Mac cuter, half-close. General Mac transfer talks, total, and gives a review about development of Dana. He then presented licenses to German Publisher, total. Editor in Chief Curt Frenzel thanks in a speech, totally. General Mac cuter is the Telegraph in activity, half-close.
(26 m) c. Albert Bassermann in Vienna the locomotive of the Arlbergexpresses drives in the image, half-close. Albert Bassermann is welcomed at the station in Vienna after his arrival, close to half. His wife else Bassermann has been greeted with a kiss. Albert Bassermann enters accompanied by the station. Albert Bassermann climbs a car, half-close. Car moving off.
Referendum in France man faces election poster (20 m) d. Election posters for and against adoption of the new Constitution: "Oui" 'Non'. Maurice Chevalier goes behind the curtain of choice, half-close. Thorez, Communist, leader puts his ballot in the ballot box, half-close. Leon Blum in the election, half-close. Général de Gaulle in the election, half-close. De Gaulle comes out of the polling station, totally. Prime Minister Bidault selects, total. Bidault leaves the polling station, totally.
(20 m) 6th Observatory in Hamburg-Bergedorf woman sitting in front of radio apparatus and floor lamp. The woman sets her alarm clock. The Observatory at Bergedorf, total. Indoor shots. Man on the telescope. Measuring instruments and watches in the Observatory. Large clock pendulum. Finger dialing telephone number. Hand picks up the phone. Man on the phone and puts his wristwatch. Station clock in Hamburg central station, before stationmaster stands with exit sign. Engine driver looks from the locomotive. Drive wheels of the locomotive. The train out of the station. Man faces watch and wait for a rendezvous. Girl comes and beckons, total.
(43 m) 7 Sport (56 m) a. England: Cesarewitsch - horse racing in new market the horses in the lead ring, total. Racing display. Launch of 27 horses, totally. The race. Only in the HomeStretch, dissolves the French horse L ' admiral of the field and WINS. The winning horse and the Jockey after the race, total. The Jockey rises from the horse.
(36 m) b. United States: boats - race for the cup of the President President Truman with binoculars from behind. Lowering the starting flag. The boats in the race. Dan Forster from California in addition to Truman with Cup winner. The Cup (large mug), great. (26 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Bassermann, Albert; Bidault, George; Blum, Leon; Chevalier, Maurice; Conally; Frenzel, Curt; Gaulle de, Charles; MacClure, Robert; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw; Thorez, Maurice

Places

England; United States; Newmarket; Hamburg-Bergedorf; Hesse; Vienna; Hamburg; Weser; Shanghai; Germany; Washington; Bad Nauheim, Germany; Southampton; France; Paris

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Banking, banking; Railways; Hands; Children; motor boat race; News, communications; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; exchange market; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; Cities; Black market; Technology; Watches; Buildings; Second, disabled; Cultural events; People; Transport: General; Elections; Water; water emergency; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; aerial photographs; Construction; finance; Astronomy; Sports honors; Technology; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 76/1946

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
08.11.1946
Year of Production:
1946

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