Welt im Film 215/1949 08.07.1949

Synopsis

01 McCloy in Germany welcome by McCloy in Berlin. He is welcomed by senior officers of the occupying powers. Arrived in Finland. Car passes 15s. McCloy, big, gives press conference.
(30 m) 02 1 year after the currency reform: cities in the construction of Hamburg: vessels in the port. Jungfernstieg. Mönckebergstraße. Car drives forward from Esplanaden hotel. Showcase with shoes. Alster arcades. Grindelhochhäuser under construction. Construction of storage sheds at the port. Cologne: Traffic in the city. Students clearing debris in the Gürzenich. Pan across debris. New buildings. Photographer photographed before the Cathedral. Panoramic view from the Cathedral of the city. Munich: Towers of the Church of our Lady. Traffic on the road. Painter paints window frames. Stuttgart: Shops in the street. Cinema in the former bomb shelter. Scaffolding on houses in reconstruction.
(76 m) 03 sport a. Hamburg: German Handball Championship RSV Mülheim - police Hamburg 7:6 goal throw for Hamburg. Spectators cheering. 5:5 before the extension. Mühlheim WINS in overtime with 7:6 players on the shoulders of supporters.
(22 m) b. United States: Motocross motorcycle riders climb mountain. Motorcycles move. Spectators flee.
(18 m) c. Berlin: boxes Richard Grupe suggests Paco Bueno k.o. grupe box superior. Bueno to the ground must be in the third round. He holds both hands in front of the face staggering continue boxing. The Gong rescues Bueno, but he collapses after conclusion of the round. Spectators, half-close. Grupe Bueno beats knockout in the 5th round (30 m) 04 Munich Geiselgasteig: fire in the game scene from the movie "Playful living" Film Studio. Count Axel von Ambesser and Brigitte Hornea during filming. You walk down stairs. Kurt Meisel playing fiddle. Burning buildings. Fire at delete. Meisel, large, Brigitte Horney, large, Victor Stahl, great. Flames and billows of smoke. Deletion attempts.
(52 m) 5th season on the Lake of Westerland: painters at work at Kurhaus. Cleaners clean Windows. Beach chairs are worn on the beach. People go in the Kurhaus. Woman bathes in the waves. Norderney: Visitors exceed coast steamer in horse-drawn carriages. Bathers in the wave pool. Sand-yachting. Horseback riding on the beach.
(44 m) 6th London and St. Louis: chimpanzee chimpanzees sitting at the table and eat from dishes. Chimpanzee runs across the table. You drink out of cups. Rocks on the Trapeze and the chimpanzee makes giant wave on high bar. Children laugh. Monkey rides on ponies. Monkey run on stilts.
(40 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Bueno, Paco ; Ambesser von, Axel ; Horney, Brigitte ; McCloy, John ; Meisel, Kurt ; Staal, Victor ; Grupe, Richard

Places

Hamburg ; United States ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Stuttgart ; Munich ; St. Louis ; Westerland ; Norderney

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Handball ; Trade, finance ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Fire ; filmmaking ; motor sports ; Press, press conferences ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Military ; Holiday ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Construction ; Crew ; Japan ; Military ; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 215/1949

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
08.07.1949
Year of Production:
1949

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