Welt im Film 132/1947 05.12.1947
1st United States: The largest seaplane of the world transport of an airplane wing. Telegraph poles must be cleared away. The giant aircraft after Assembly. Man goes to giant wings. Flight specialist of Howard Hughes in the pulpit, great. The plane in the water. Quick start from the water and restart. Cameraman filming from the ship.
(46 m) 02 updates soon a. Pandit Nehru Nehru Kashmir rises from aircraft, half-close. Sheik Abdullah welcomed him on the airfield of the main town Srinagar with embrace and hangs him to Flower necklace. Nehru walks up front by force, half-close. Destruction after religious fighting. Nehru runs through the crowd.
(20 m) b. Bishop Lilje in England goes Lilje, half-close. In Bistrol, he will be welcomed by English clergyman. Kids present him with gifts for poor German children. Lilje, great. (Mars bar)
(12 m) c. of Portuguese fishing trawler in distress at sea trawler on the high seas. Rescue boat is allowed from American hospital ship to water. Lifeboat on high waves. Lifeboat to runs on sinking ship. Shipwrecked climb aboard the ship.
(29 m) 03 Germany today: students destroyed universities. Students at enrolment. Students at the walls in reconstruction of universities. Students in kitchens. Student driving furniture on cart. Students prepare food in room. Hand stuffs stockings, great. Student family with baby. Air-raid shelter as a dorm. Student writes on a typewriter. Student with a blanket around his head while studying. Student at washing of laundry. Book stack. Bookshelves in the library. Crowded auditorium. Students and student in the Lecture Hall, great. Students in the laboratory. Students at lunch in the cafeteria. Student committees of self-government (ASTA). Student newspaper. Auditorium.
(86 m) 4 Olympic training on the Zugspitze Zugspitze in the snow. Mountain landscape. Cable car. Members of the Hungarian Olympic team in training. The Austrian team coach. Thaddäus Schwabl, great. Hannelore Zückert, at the door. Hans Nogler at the door. Skier in the downhill. Fall.
(36 m) 5th wedding of the heir to the English throne goes horse-drawn carriage through London. Prince Philip and his best man, half-close. Coach with Princess Elizabeth and King George, total, is accompanied by escort. Pan across Westminster. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip at the tour through Church with bridesmaids. Wedding guests at the feeder, total: King George and Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother Mary, Queen Friederike of Greece, King Haakon of Norway, King Frederik of Denmark and Queen, King Michael of Romania, King of Iraq, Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard, Lord and Lady Mountbatten. The marriage certificate. Wedding picture of the bride and groom. Display cases full of wedding gifts. Wedding gift from Truman. Picnic case from Princess Margaret. Jewelry by the parents of the bride and Queen Mary. Urgent people before Buckingham Palace, totally. Elizabeth and Philip on the balcony.
Persons in the Film
Sheik Abdullah; Bernhard von Holland; Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Frederik von Dänemark; Friederike von Griechenland; Georg VI. von England; Haakon von Norwegen; Hughes, Howard; Juliana von Holland; Lilje; Mary von England; Michael von Rumänien; Mountbatten, Louis; Nehru, Indira; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Nogler, Hans; Schwabl, Thaddäus; Zückert, Hannelore
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Narcotics, drugs; Libraries; Books; Organizations; Hands; Higher education; India; Disasters; Children; photojournalist; News, communications; Religious events; Shipping; Jewelry; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Debris; Buildings; Landscapes; Military; Engagement; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Construction; Gastronomy; Military; aftermath of war
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