Welt im Film 192/1949 28.01.1949

Synopsis

01 America: Snowed in high snow. A snowbound cars. A snowbound homes. Snow plow of the rail pushes forth snow ahead. Men dig sheep out of snow. Wild at feeding sites. Kid goes between high snow walls on the narrow road in front of House. Palm full of snow. Orange trees full of snow. Ski runners running from roof. Ride on skis through snow-covered landscape.
(60 m) 02 news from Germany a. Charles La Folette, Director of the military Government of Württemberg-Baden, after Washington returns to La Folette, great. His successor great Charles p. gross, at the desk,.
(12 m) b. Bishop of Württemberg Theophil Wurm retires Bishop Wurm reading, great. The new Chairman of the Council of the Evangelical Church Bishop Dibelius, half-close. Introduction of the new country Bishop of Württemberg Martin Haug in the Stuttgart St. Mark's Church. Train of the clergy for the Church.
(21 m) c. Munich: broadcasting passed into German hands swing front of broadcasting house. General Hays at the lectern, half-close. Van Wagoner presented the Chairman of the Broadcasting Council of the Bavarian, Alois Johannes lamina and the Director, Rudolf von Scholz license certificates.
(16 m) 03 Tokyo: Tojo to death sentenced meeting room. Judges table. Tojo in the dock. Tojo, great. Tojo standing at sentencing, behind guards.
(22 m) 04. economy in construction: Hanover: Continental - more and more tyre in the manufacturing process. Raw rubber bales are shredded. Rubber rollers. Rubber fabric is woven. Presses from treads. Tires in a hydraulic press. Pressing profile. Finished tyre.
(55 m) 5th fashion horoscope mannequin with long pants and shorts. A short skirt over shorts. 3 mannequins with summer cotton dresses with long wide skirt. Summer dress with matching stole. Short jacket and hat.
(39 m) 6th United States: the change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Marshall in front of his house is next to his wife and sits down in a Chair. Marshall, great speaks interview about his successor and his resignation for health reasons. Dean Acheson, great.
(27 m) 07. The first ride of the Caronia Southampton - New York the passenger ship at the pier. Deck and dining room. Ship, total. Cruising ship. Arrival in New York. Welcome by fireboats. Entrance to the port of New York.
(33 m) 08 Frankfurt: bear transport child results in Kragenbär on line. Bear carries a briefcase and go on 2 legs next to artist. He gets on the tram. Bear looks out window. Bear drinking from bottle. Conductor collected fares. Disembarking from trams. Visit of the Zoo. Bear considered conspecifics in the cage. Bear Go home.
(44 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Acheson, Dean; Dibelius; Folette la, Charles; Gross, Charles P.; Haug, Martin; Hays; Lippl, Alois Johannes; Marshall, George; Scholz von, Rudolf; Tojo; Wagoner van, Murray; Wurm, Theophil

Places

United States; Munich; Stuttgart; Hanover; Tokyo; Frankfurt; California; New York; Württemberg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Railways; Industry; Plants; Political events; Religious events; Radio, television; Shipping; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Cities; Animals (except dogs); animal welfare, animal welfare; Buildings; Curiosities; Winter; Fashion; Costumer; Crew; Industrial; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 192/1949

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
28.01.1949
Year of Production:
1949

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