Welt im Film 144/1948 26.02.1948

Synopsis

01 streiflichter from Germany a. Munich: Murray van Wagoner opened guide dog school van Wagoner, half-close. Blind dogs. Blind man with large glasses. Shepherd, great. Shepherd goes into complete cars. Blind man's dog in the snow.
(25 m) b. Bremen: loads bicycle man goes on a loaded bicycle. Hand gear, great. Feet on pedals commute back and forth. Man rides bike with head. Wife rides bike with milk jugs. Child on load bike. Man rides bike with a sidecar.
(30 m) c. Hamburg: auction in the lost property Office of railway people stand in line on the street. People go to auction room. Find stuff on shelves. Men sell gloves and coat. Bicycle without tires is offered. People offer. Original sound. Rocking horse without a head is auctioned off.
(39 m) 02. A Berlin Theatre event: Jean Paul Sartre "Flies" Hebbel - Jean Paul Sartre, half close, talking Jürgen Fehling. Sample of "The fly" in the Hebbel. Jürgen Fehling, great. Original sound. (33 m) 03 sport a. Munich: impact change and box scenes in the ring boxes - German Championships in the bantamweight of Hans Schiffers - Schönig draw. Referee separates. Among the spectators of Hans Richter. Boxer To give himself hand after struggle. Spectators whistle in protest against the verdict. Hans Schiffers in the face marked with wreath beside Saeidi, half-close.
(24 m) b. New York: elimination fights for Olympic Games elimination fights for the Olympic Games at Madison Square Garden - pole vaulter. Hurdle race. The 29-year-old Pastor Gilbert Dodd runs new world record over 1 mile. Stopwatch, great. Dodd is in the final lap to the finish. New indoor world record.
(33 m) 04. The world food crisis pedestrian in Berlin. Queue in front of butchery. Faces of people in the Fleischbank (WIF 127) General Sir Brian Robertson, speaks in the radio interview, big. "In addition to Germany many other countries suffering from food shortages. This applies even to my own home, where the allocations are lower than they have been at any time before or during the war. All these hungry countries are entitled to the food of the world, and most of them think that their claims are justified at least as good as the West." Snakes. Grain is loaded. Bags. Starving in China and India. Food is distributed. Children eat with chopsticks. Indians. Indian Child, great.
(64 m) 05. images from around the world as United States: artificial snow storm off pipe is sprayed hot steam room which sits down as snow. Meteorological Research of the refrigeration.
(17 m) b. Australia: Caterpillar Caterpillar crawl in a long line in a row. The larvae crawl in the district.
(30 m) c. China: mass wedding 54 couples with joint wedding. Bride, great. The wedding pairs next to each other at the wedding photo.
(18 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Fehling, Jürgen ; Richter, Hans ; Robertson, Brian ; Sartre, Jean Paul ; Wagoner van, Murray ; Dodd, Gilbert ; Schiffers, Hans ; Schönig

Places

United States ; Munich ; New York ; Hamburg ; Japan ; China ; India ; Australia ; Bremen ; Berlin

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Misery ; Higher education ; Dogs ; Children ; Pests and pest control ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Technology ; Cultural events ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Meteorology ; Engagement ; world food crisis ; Auctions ; Crew ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Dogs ; Sports honors ; Technology ; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 144/1948

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.02.1948
Year of Production:
1948

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