Welt im Film 123/1947 03.10.1947
01 master tomorrow - training camp of the professional Boxer young men sitting in the sand. Hein ten Hoff in swimsuit at box course. Forest run with shadow boxing. The young folks at group gymnastics. Masseur with massage. Boxer on sandbags. Richard Vogt boxes to sandbag. Hein ten Hoff shows correct box position. Training battle of young boxers.
(38 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany as Bremen: dredging and suction for the dredging of the industrial port carbon from the Weser. Residents stand in the water and collecting coal from the mud on land. Women, children and men in the coal collecting in the water. Small dog, tethered beside the Coalsack. The coal will be sailed on carts.
(40 m) b. medical gymnastics for children children sliding on slides. Children in gymnastics after Neumann Neurode. Foot gymnastics. Children on swings and climbing up on a rope. Detlef Neumann Neurode, the son of the founder of the healing method of that turns with the kids. Neck hanging on the Trapeze.
(29 m) 03. Images from around the world as United States: Museum on wheels in a streamlined train carried documents from the history of the United States. Documents will be stored under glass. Women go through exhibition. Streamlined train in the image (from right to left).
(24 m) b. Scotland: Festival of the Highlands in Dunoon, Scotland pipe band draws a, total. Scottish dancing girls. Bagpiper. Scottish sword dance. Hammer thrower in kilts. Men press and hurl tree trunks.
(34 m) c. United States: tobacco auction in North Carolina girl on decorated car during procession. Men in tobacco harvesting tobacco field. Tobacco auction. The planter auction their tobacco crop in a lightning-fast way of speaking. The fastest speaker receives a small cup.
(28 m) 04 sports a. Northeim: artistic gymnastics North Germany - South Germany competition in the open air. Spectator grandstands, total. Theo Wied (S) turns on the parallel bars. INO Stangl (S) turns on the pommel horse. Turner at horse jump over longitudinal horse. Dieckhut (N) in the floor exercises. Judges will show note 10 Ino Stangl on the horizontal bar. INO Stangl is best single Turner. South Germany WINS ahead of North Germany.
(39 m) b. Chicago: American swimming - women's Cup Starter shoots. Start of the 100 m crawl: turning. It wins Ann Curtis (1 min 7 sec.). Ann Curtis in the water, half-close. 100 m back crawl: Start and turn. It wins Susanne Zimmermann (1 min 17 sec). Susanne Zimmermann, great. Springboard: Jo Ann Ohlsen jumps (ZL) and WINS.
(25 m) 05. A spa town today: image report from Wiesbaden Wiesbaden, total. Swivel. Excavator in ruins in reconstruction. Road with traffic. Wilhelm Straße. The spa and the spa gardens. The Cook well. The Rose Hotel, the Castle, the Landeshaus, the Sektkellerei Henkell dry. The Museum with the Nefertiti bust, great. The Greek chapel on the Neroberg. The Hessian State Theatre. People go to the opening performance. Missis clay upon arrival, half-close. The Hessian Minister stock upon arrival. The Director of the military Government in Hesse, Dr. Newmann, in the opening speech. Luster, great. Curtain opens. Performer "The magic flute" on stage. People clap. The curtain closes.
(68 m) 06. The Warlock of the Green league tables in Lion Janders lion Janders, great trick billiards - takes billiard stick of frame and shows various tricks of the pool.
Persons in the Film
Clay, Lucius D.; Neumann Neurode, Detlef; Newman; Stock, Christian; Curtis, Jo Ann; Dickhut, Adalbert; Janders, Lion; Ohlsen, Jo Ann; Stangl, Ino; Hoff ten, Hein; Vogt, Richard; Wied, Theo; Zimmermann, Suzanne
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Drought; Railways; Misery; Dogs; Children; musical instruments; Medals, awards, honors; Swimming; Cities; Dance; Debris; diving; Gymnastics; Buildings; Cultural events; Art; Works of art; Medicine; festivals; Billiards; Construction; Auctions; Exhibitions; Dogs; aftermath of war
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