Welt im Film 289/1950 15.12.1950

Synopsis

01 Washington: Conference Truman - Attlee-Truman alongside Attlee on airfield, close to half. Cameramen and photojournalist. Truman sitting next to Attlee, Dean Acheson and Marshall are behind them. Attlee, great. Truman, great swing. Attlee speaks to the press, total, o-ton: "where the stars and stripes fly in Korea, the British flag will fly besides them. We stand by our duty, and we stand by our friends." Listeners applaud.
(60 m) 02 updates soon a. Korea: withdrawal of UN troops to intervene by Red China headlights of vehicles At night. Camp fire. Korean refugees on the road running from the Chinese.
(26 m) b. Berlin: 1 year power plant West of General Taylor at the power plant. Taylor speaks to the workers and unveiled the plaque of the ERP.
(15 m) c. Bremerhaven: 200,000 DP-Auswanderer ship in the harbour. People go across bridge to ship. Woman from Latvia as Expat with their 4 children receives 200,000 DP bouquet.
(12 m) d. Berlin: Demonstrations against Werner Kraus posting of the guest performance of the Vienna Burgtheater John Gabriel Borgmann with Werner Kraus. Protesters with placards Kraus out due to participation in the film "jud Suss". Torches. Police deployed against protesters. Protests against Walter Felsensten, national winners in the Soviet zone. Water cannon in use.
(20 m) 3rd Italy: eruption of Mount Etna total. Aerial view of the threatened villages around the mountain. People cross themselves. Glowing lava. Geologists in observations. Clouds of smoke. Eruptions.
(30 m) 04 sports a. Philadelphia: football Army - Marine Stadium, total, 2:14. Among the spectators of Truman, half-close. Marine on the game box greets with caps. Game. Runs and falls. Slapping and firing on Marines. Marine breaks through 7:0 soldiers waving of hats. Cheering Marines at the 14:2 (33 m) b. Austria: ski training top skier Sepp Bradl, Austria, large. Sepp Weiler during the ascent. Ski jumps. Bradl shows correct posture. Sepp Weiler jumps. Boy ski runs and falls down.
(27 m) c. Berlin: Tiger Jones - boxing Wilson coal Crusher of violent shock Exchange. Plunge into the second round both boxers in the ring. They will be counted both, since they are not back at 10 at the ring. Fight result without decision. Audience poses with objects. Next fight must be aborted. Audience smashes lamps. Darkness. Demolished seats and inventory after the event.
(40 m) d. Garmisch Partenkirchen: ice dance Maxi and Ernst Baier Maxi and Ernst Baier dance Mexican impressions on the ice.
(33 m)

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Persons in the Film

Baier, Maxi; Bradl, Sepp; Acheson, Dean; Attlee, Clement; Marshall, George; Taylor, Maxwell; Truman, Harry; Jones, Gene; Kohlbrecher, Wilson; Weiler, Sepp

Places

Berlin; Philadelphia; Garmisch-Partenkirchen; Austria; Bremerhaven; Korea; Washington; Italy; Garmisch Partenkirchen

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Demonstrations; Ice skating; Electricity; cameramen, cameramen; Refugees; Football; Political events; Police; Press, press conferences; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Korea; Marshall plan; People; Volcano, volcanoes; Listener; aerial photographs; Cinema commercials; Emigrants; Japan; Football; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 289/1950

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
15.12.1950
Year of Production:
1950

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