Welt im Film 169/1948 20.08.1948

Synopsis

1 Berlin--50 days blocking new police headquarters in the U.S. sector. Luise Schröder and members of the Senate during tour of new police. Police officers arrived with helmet. New Giro and nutrition Office in the Western sectors after laying in the Soviet sector. Cars driving rain flooded roads. Man wading through water. Men carry people across the street. Flying aircraft. Burning Skymaster at the end of the runway after crash. Ground. The American aviation Minister Symington gets out of aircraft. The American Chief of staff of the air force Vandenberg, speaking on arrival in Berlin. Symington speaks at the airfield, large. Dr. Hubert Schwennicke, LDP, talking, great. Original sound. "The previous history of the blockade shows that the copyright in the effect of inhuman method have completely charged. The Berlin population can not interfere in their desire for freedom by these lashes." Anthony Eden speaks in England after his return from Berlin, original sound. "The willing of the Berliner's to day is earnestly rationale, that the Western powers shall stay in Berlin." American Super fortresses land on new bases in England. Rolling out Super fortress.
(90 m) 02 Salzburg Festival Salzburg, 1948, total, cityscape. Monument to Mozart's. Herbert von Karajan in conversation. Helene Thimig in rehearsal for "Everyone", half-close. Brigitte Hornay, great. Hedwig BLEIBTREU, great. Arrival of guests to the opening performance at the Festspielhaus. A Swiss car radiator, car signs, large, GB, S, CD, NL, A/D. Federal President Dr. Renner, going close to half. Herbert von Karajan conducting "Orfeo ed Euridice" by Gluck. Ballet dancing. "Everyone" has on the Cathedral square. Attila Hörbiger as anyone. Ernst German as death. "Two of the sea and the love waves" by Grillparzer with Paula Wessely and Horst Caspar. Wilhelm Furtwängler of garden table and reads. Scene from "Fidelio". Curtain closes.
(46 m) 03. London: the Olympic Games cycling 1000 m: launch, race. It wins Mario Ghelle, Italy. Spectator claps. Mario Ghelle, great. Rowing eights: it wins United States before England. Row one: it wins Mervin Wood, Australia. Mervin Wood after the victory in the boat, great. Marathon run: Start running out of the stadium. Spectators, half-close. The runners on the track. Refreshments are available. Exhausted Etienne Gailly, Belgium is approaching the stadium, as 1. He runs through people trellis. Cabrera, Argentina, follows him and overtook him in the stadium and WINS. 2. If the Englishman of Tom Richards. Gailly staggers 3rd by the target. Gailly is on board and does not participate in the ceremony. 4 x 100 m relay: start. The first change of ZL. Run and change. It wins the United States from England with 40.6 sec. 4 x 400 m relay: viewers, image filling. United States ahead of Jamaica. Runner from Jamaica gets muscle spasm, throws himself to the ground and is eliminated. It wins United States against France. Waving the Olympic flag.
(135 m) 04 Cathedral ceremony in Cologne 700 years Cologne Cathedral of Cologne Cathedral from different perspectives photographed. Repair work. Sisters clean the dome. Procession. Train through the destroyed city. The Holy relics are worn. The Holy three King shrine. Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne, on the train. The Messenger of the Pope, Clemente Micara. Entering the Cathedral. Celebration at the South Portal. Crowd, screen-filling. The Cathedral.
(86 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bleibtreu, Hedwig; Caspar, Horst; Deutsch, Ernst; Eden, Anthony; Frings; Furtwängler, Wilhelm; Hörbiger, Attila; Horney, Brigitte; Karajan von, Herbert; Micara, Clemente; Renner; Symington; Schröder, Luise; Schwennicke, Carl Hubert; Thimig, Helene; Vandenberg; Wessely, Paula; Cabrera; Gailly, Etienne; Ghelle, Mario; Richards, Tom; Wood, Mervin

Places

London; Berlin; Cologne; Salzburg; England

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Narcotics, drugs; festivals; Musical events; Olympics; Political events; Police; Religious events; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Cities; Dance; Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; Cultural events; Transport: motor vehicles; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Berlin blockade; Sports honors; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 169/1948

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
20.08.1948
Year of Production:
1948

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