Welt im Film 152/1948 23.04.1948

Synopsis

1 Oxford - Cambridge 1948 - record victory in record time crowds on the banks of the River Thames. The two rowing boats at the start. Start. Oxford boat goes into the lead because of Cambridge rower out of step. Cambridge but is catching up and win by five lengths.
(42 m) 02. streiflichter Germany a. Frankfurt / Main: Exchange of professors from United States the professors are welcomed by the Rector of the University. Register in the guest book of the University. The Rector distributed treatise on the situation of the German universities. Among the guests of Mrs. Thelmar Thurstone, Professor of psychology. Professors sit around table.
(19 m) b. Berlin: exhibition "London, a world city" major-General Herbert, Commander of the British sector of Berlin, at the lectern, half close, in greeting. People in the exhibition. Model of the old London Bridge. Pictures of Tower Bridge, Piccadilly, the stock exchange and of Westminster Hall.
(27 m) c. Tecklenburg: puppets puppet master go with their puppets. Demonstration of a shadow game. Viewers laugh. Puppet play. Drunk on the lamppost, clown, Kerry. As a spectator, laugh.
(34 m) 3rd Württemberg: public forum: ask of the Government officials and representatives of the military Government questions the population. Actuality: "why is the seizure carried out only in the agriculture and the industry do not?" Reply to "Mr Dr. Feidt Minister of Economics said to us, to perform this control in any appropriate form. A few weeks later has been posted by round available, that a check in the aforementioned form not performed because the related personnel does not exist." Audience laugh.
(46 m) 04 United States: President Truman signed the European utility Truman signs, half close, with various jaws. He distributed the Penholder after signature. Goods are loaded from ship.
(29 m) 05. Visit thatched roof houses in Worpswede in the artist village Worpswede. Painter in outdoor paints. People working in the garden. An artist's Studio. Young girl in spinning. Woman weaving a wall shading device. Exhibition in the art show. The poet Manfred Hausmann welcomes guests in the evening. Young girl plays the piano.
(46 m) 06. From the circus and Zoo a. circus belli in the quarter horses between circus wagon run. Repair of the car. Child for agility exercises. Lion in the cage. Girl does backward somersault. Small clown leads horse with short legs. Juggler on horse.
(34 m) b. motorcycle death driver driving two motorcyclists and a motorcycle rider in wall.
(20 m) c. Vienna: young bears in the Zoo bear mother with two young bears. Mother bear raises young bear for the Cheer up. Little bear falls down the wall.
(30 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Hausmann, Manfred; Grönemeyer, Herbert; Mackensen; Thurstone, Thelmar; Truman, Harry

Places

London; Frankfurt; Berlin; Tecklenburg; Worpswede; Washington; Bremen; Württemberg; Lüneburg; Vienna

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Higher education; Children; Musical events; Political events; Rowing; Shipping; sports facilities; Cities; Animals (except dogs); Art; Works of art; Puppets; Marshall plan; Zoo, Wildlife Park; Architecture; artist children; Exhibitions; Crew; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Welt im Film 152/1948

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
23.04.1948
Year of Production:
1948

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