Welt im Film 336/1951 10.11.1951

Synopsis

01. the UN meet in Paris pan across UN Palace. Empty session Hall. Headphones in places. Arrival of UN-Delegiertem in front of the Palace.
(24 m) 02. Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip in the United States aircraft rolls out. Gun salutes. Truman welcomes Elizabeth and Philip before aircraft. Welcome by Mrs. Truman and daughter. Truman at the lectern next to Elizabeth, half close, with welcoming speech. Ride motorcycle escort through town. Elisabeth sits next to Truman. Elizabeth at press conference.
(26 m) 03 updates soon a. Bremerhaven: ship collision U.S. troop - Argentinian MS of American troop ship General Hersey with front bug cracked up is introduced in Weser estuary, great. Shipwrecked of the Argentine motor vessel Maipú in Bremerhaven.
(21 m) b. Berlin: commemoration of the Association "Victims of Stalinism" meeting. Speakers. Parade of wreaths. Memorial is unveiled. Laying of wreaths. Crying women.
(23 m) c. Munich: New vaccine for children against infectious mothers with children at the vaccination site. Examining and immunization of children.
(16 m) 04 Bremerhaven: opening of line traffic Germany - United States passenger steamer America at the quay, great. McCloy goes by boat, half-close. McCloy speaks at ceremony of political situation, large, (a European Community against), original sound. As listeners Erhard, is great. Listeners applaud.
a. Hubertus hunting horse riding (28 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany through forest. Riding down a mountain jumping, by river.
(19 m) b. Rüsselsheim: Opel - Opel cars on the circuit test. Drive through banking, camel train, slides and water.
(17 m) c. Berlin: dog bar dogs sit on chairs in a tourist restaurant and get napkins tied. Boxer and Spitz. Waiter brings a tray of bowls. Dogs eat. Pekinese, great. Poodle. Dog raising leg at stake 00 (22 m) 06. sport a. Nuremberg: 1. FC Nürnberg - VFB Mühlburg 2:1 game scenes. Spectators, half-close. Two players compete for the ball. Goalkeeper defense. Players fall. Nuremberg shoots 0 audience 1: close to half, clapping. Players fall over each other. Mühlburg shoots compensation 1:1 laughing spectators, half-close. Nuremberg shoots 2:1 hugging players.
(31 m) b. Stuttgart: weightlifting Negro John Davies, with Association to thigh, levers. Theo Aaldering levers. Spectators, half-close. Both weight lifters achieve same performance.
(24 m) c. United States: football Princeton Tiger - Cornell game. Falls and fights. Tigers win Princeton. Full bleachers.
(32 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Aldering, Theo; Elisabeth II. von England; Erhard, Ludwig; McCloy, John; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Truman, Harry; Davis, John

Places

Nuremberg; United States; Stuttgart; Paris; Washington; Berlin; Burep; Bremerhaven; Munich; Rüsselsheim, Germany

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Dogs; Hunting, Hunter; Disasters; Children; Football; Women, mothers; Political events; Press, press conferences; Shipping; sports audience, sports spectator; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); UN; Buildings; concentration camp; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Medicine; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; weight lifting; Football; Dogs; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 336/1951

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
10.11.1951
Year of Production:
1951

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