Welt im Film 268/1950 19.07.1950

Synopsis

01 reinforcement of UN troops for Korea Johnson of Secretary of Defense before the UN flag. Volunteers in the United States in registration offices. British fleet on their way to Korea. Planes on aircraft carriers. UN flag, great. Troops and weapons are loaded on to rail. Syngham Rhee along with General Church at the front. Tank. McArthur, half-close. Aircraft associations.
(43 m) 02 news from Germany a. Bavaria: change in the land Commissioner of Clarence IMP, big, previous American land Commissioner for Bayern is Special Adviser for McCloy. His successor George Shuster says, quote: "of course I know the country Very good. Before the war, I was a long time there. I've seen probably even every hotel of the country at some point every city."
(15 m) b. 900 years Nuremberg Nuremberg City image. Pageant. The first German railway, built in 1835 in the train.
(20 m) c. Munich: German sisters go on a pilgrimage to Rome sisters at the Hospital of Schwabing. German sisters wave off train. German sisters thank you upon return with the American sisters, o-ton: "I saw three times the Holy Father. We are so grateful that you allowed us the Pilgrim's progress. We will never forget Rome." More groups of sisters join the pilgrimage.
(23 m) 03 sport a. Godesberg: horse show jumper on the circuit. Horse tears obstacle. Police master H.d on Alder II is second with eight errors. Spectator, large. Fritz Hellmann on flora at award ceremony, half close beside him H.d.
(29 m) Munich: European Championship in the Soapbox driver on enlightened path. Munich boy receives wreath.
(21 m) c. New York: boxing world championships in the middleweight division: Jake La Motta WINS boxing match at Madison Square Garden on points about Tiberio Mitri, Italy. La Motta boxes superior. Among the spectators, Mrs. La Motta and Signora Mitri, great. In the 15. Round spurt by Mitri but La Motta remains point victory. Mitri with swollen eye, great.
(29 m) 4th Sicily: the end of the Bandit Giuliano landscape of Sicily. Giuliano is carried on stretcher. Close-up of dead Giuliano. Mountainous landscape of Sicily.
(27 m) 5th new car Porsche 356, great. Motor. Dashboard and control. Car on road. Goliath 1950 car from the front. Look under hood. Goliath on the road. Wheel bursting. VW on the road. Wheel bursting. Child changing wheel new method with a handle. Continental tyres with nails. Rubber cement seals holes and eliminates breakdowns.
(28 m) 06. Berlin: Harlem Globetrotters toured Germany in Berlin playing the Harlem Globetrotters against the stars of America. You win 50:36. spectators, half-close. Ball tricks. Laughing audience. Goal throw. Training of the Globetrotters.
(39 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Bolds; Church; Giuliano; Johnson, Louis; MacArthur, Douglas; Shuster, George; Rhee, Syngman; Hafemann; Hellmann, Fritz; Mitri, Tiberio; Motta La, Jake

Places

Godesberg; Munich; New York; Berlin; Bavaria; Nuremberg; Korea; United States; Sicily; Washington

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Basketball; Boxes; Railways; Flags; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Religious events; Soapbox; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Cities; Deaths, funerals; Korea; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Landscapes; Medicine; Construction; Crew; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Sports honors; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 268/1950

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
19.07.1950
Year of Production:
1950

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