Welt im Film 279/1950 09.10.1950

Synopsis

01 UN troops at the 038. latitude: Republic Korea released moving tanks. Prisoners go with your hands. Aerial view of Seoul. American transport machines with war material and troops on the airfield. Troops get out of aircraft. Population waving to troops. Soldiers marching through debris.
(44 m) 02 updates soon a. United States: Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Ralph Bunche Dr. Ralph Bunche with white women and children. Close-up Bunche (Nobel Prize for participation in UN and mediation in the Palestine conflict).
(15 m) b. Constitution Berlin - 12 the Federal Republic Ernst Reuter speaks at ceremony in the Schöneberg Town Hall, half close, o-ton: "from now on we will be able, to conduct the Berlin's history through the instrument of the elected representatives of the people, on the basis of a Constitution, we have given ourselves."
(15 m) c. Washington: resignation of Paul Hoffmann ECA, big poster. Paul Hoffmann, ERP administrator, in addition to his successor, William Foster, half-close. People clap. George Marshall welcomes Hoffmann and foster.
(14 m) d. 50 years train Spitz Observatory train Spitz Observatory, total. Plaque, large. Plaque is awarded on the anniversary of meteorologists. Scientists visit Observatory.
(19 m) 03 Bad Reichenhall: international women's Congress Street Bad Reichenhall. Mrs Elli Heuss on coffee table, half-close. Close-up Elli Heuss. Mrs. McCloy, great. Meeting in the Kurhaus. Speakers, great. Amos speaks.
(25 m) 04. Berlin: German industrial exhibition Heuss welcomes guests upon arrival, half close, next to him Luise Schröder. General Taylor, half-close. Kurfürstendamm with posters of the exhibition and crowd. Opening ceremony in the Hall of the exhibition grounds at the radio tower. Heuss makes speech, half-close. Paul Hoffmann delivers message from President Truman, half close, o-ton: "Our aid will continue for we are confident of the eagerness of the German people of the world in the defense of all that we cherish." Hall of Great Britain, France, Italy, Belgium. London double decker bus. Machinery exhibition. Fashion. Phoenix tires. Television. Medical instruments. Porcelain. Flags from the exhibition grounds.
(65 m) 05. images from all over the world as Turin: Lion Cubs at the Zoo three lions are behind bars. Children play with Lion Cubs. Lioness licking young by grid on arm of guard. Lioness and boy in cage.
(19 m) b. San Francisco: seal dressage seal catches fish, sliding down slides, swims and jumps over obstacles. Then slips to guard and get fish.
(13 m) c. artist young 7th girl makes Handstand on hands before man. Acrobatic exercises. Balancing Act.
(22 m) d. Riviera: funny dance number artist dancing as dancing couple with doll heads.
(23 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Bunche, Ralph; Foster, William; Heuss, Theodor; Heuss-Knapp, Elli; Hoffman, Paul G.; McCloy, John; Marshall, George; Reuter, Ernst; Schröder, Luise; Taylor, Maxwell

Places

Riviera; Berlin; Bad Reichenhall; Washington; Zugspitze; United States; Bad Kissingen, Germany; Turin; San Francisco

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Flags; Women, mothers; Medals, awards, honors; Political events; Cities; Dance; Animals (except dogs); Korea; automotive engineering, automotive; Marshall plan; Meteorology; Zoo, Wildlife Park; Architecture; Construction; Exhibitions; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 279/1950

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
09.10.1950
Year of Production:
1950

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