Welt im Film 162/1948 02.07.1948

Synopsis

01. the gateway to the North: people go Flensburger trade fair exhibition. Baier-curtains, hand bags. Crystal, bathroom tub and toilet. Man reads in catalog. Machines.
(25 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: radio tower runs the elevator in the radio tower in the height. Panoramic view from the elevator. Views of Berlin from the radio tower.
(24 m) Munich: students and professors students receive certificates of free places at American universities. Among the 9 students a student. Visiting professors from France, Norway, Sweden, and the Switzerland are welcomed. Director of the U.S. military Government of Wagoner.
(19 m) c. Württemberg: archaeological slate quarry. Dr. Hauff at preparation of fossils from the Hagbard. Ammonhorn, fish.
(23 m) 03 United States: who wants to be President? The Republican candidate Thomas Edmund Dewey Republican Convention. The Governor of California Earl Warren, candidate for the post of Vice President, great. Harald E. Stassen, great Senator Taft, great Senator Vandenberg, great. Thomas Edmund Dewey, great, very good. Participants of the Convention, totally.
(40 m) 04. Munich: inauguration of the theatre am Gärtnerplatz with "A night in Venice" classic operetta in the classic House. Theatre am Gärtnerplatz with scaffolding. Pan Theater room with visitors. Conductor. Curtain opens. Scene pictures.
(32 m) 5th sport a. Ascot: horse racing Racecourse with people, total. Men's grey cylinder, ladies with wide hats. Simple audience. The arrival of King George and Queen Elizabeth, going totally, behind them Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. Horses in leadership. Race indicator goes off. Start and race. The favorite French horse Arbar goes into the lead and won with four lengths. Princess Elizabeth in the lodge, disappointed, totally.
(41 m) b. Indianapolis: race driver in their cars. Flag is waved. Start. Race car on the track. Overtaking. Amount of cars at the edge of the track. Mauri Rose, United States, WINS. After the race dirt smeared in his car, half-close.
(23 m) 06. After the currency reform: Contemporary image gallery weekly market. Stalls full of vegetables. Woman weighs cucumbers. Root bundle are done in shopping bag. Woman carries a basket with cabbage and flowers. Baskets full of blueberries, crates of tomatoes. Flower stall. Budget business full of dishes. Pots, cups, jars. Showcase with watches and jewellery. Empty station. Carriers wait. Cooking with belly store on platform. People look out window in train Munich-Hamburg Altona. Empty garden restaurant. Carousel drive empty amusement place. Subdials on Racecourse without weather. Car drives into Esso petrol station. Gas station attendant wipes discs.
(76 m)

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Persons in the Film

Dewey, Thomas Edmund; Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Georg VI. von England; Hauff; Margaret von England; Stassen, Harold; Taft, Robert; Vandenberg; Warren, Earl; Rose, Mauri

Places

Munich; Berlin; Frankfurt; Japan; Philadelphia; United States; Ascot; Indianapolis; Württemberg; Flensburg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Narcotics, drugs; Banking, banking; Trade, finance; Higher education; Leisure, recreation; motor sports; Musical events; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); sports audience, sports spectator; Buildings; Cultural events; Elections; Transport: motor vehicles; Jobs; Archaeology; Exhibitions; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; finance; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 162/1948

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
02.07.1948
Year of Production:
1948

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