Welt im Film 352/1952 01.03.1952

Synopsis

01 updates soon a. Oakridge: nuclear reactor interior of the reactor. Scientists win cure for diseases from nuclear energy. Work of reactors with artificial hands.
(26 m) b. Hamburg: Congress for cultural freedom writer of Stefan Andres talks about the position of the creative mind between East and West, close to half. Listeners and audience, great.
(10 m) c. food: opening of the America House the German and the American flag next to each other. Prime Minister Arnold upon arrival to the opening ceremony, half-close. Reading room.
(18 m) d. Berlin: customs smuggling cars driving on a wet road. West police checked vehicles, coming from the eastern sector. Furniture parts, stockings and roll of cloth are found in a truck. The confiscated goods will be stored in big Halle.
(24 m) 02 mad Kehraus parade in Munich, Mainz and Cologne. Funny cardboard heads, car, Jamal and peeling.
(31 m) 03. Highlights of the Winter Olympics: the masters of Oslo 2. report: (slalom men's speed skating, slalom ladies, downhill men's figure skating, ski jumping, bobsleigh) Olympic flames, great. Flags. The ski jump. Ski jumper. Cross country skier, Eisschnelläufer. Slalom men: stone, Eriksson, Norway, on the slopes. He won the silver medal. Runner crashes. Othmar Schneider, Austria, wins the gold medal. Othmar Schneider after victory, half-close. Speed skating: Hjalmar Andersen, Norway, at the start, half-close. Barrel. Andersen outweighs 5000 m, 10,000 m and 15,000 m. Hjalmar Andersen on podium, half-close. Slalom women: Marianne strange, Germany, crashes. MIRL Buchner runs and third parties. Start, run, and ride through the goal of OSSI Reichert. You win the silver medal. MIRL Buchner and OSSI Reichert embrace. Andrea Mead, United States, slips in the first round, but WINS in the second round and win the gold medal. Andrea Mead between OSSI Reichert and Mirl Buchner, half-close. Men's downhill: stone Eriksson with skis on his shoulder, half-close. Christl Pravda, Austria, runs and is third-party. Zeno Colò, Italy, at the start, half-close. His run. He won the gold medal. Colo exhausted after walking, half-close. Figure skating: Dick button on the ice. He won the gold medal. RIA and Paul Falk in pairs to win the gold medal. RIA and Paul Falk during the award ceremony between the siblings Kennedy, United States, and the siblings Nagy, Hungary. Ski jumping: ski jumper on the Hill and jump. Toni Brutscher is fourth best Central Europeans. Tornjörn FA Abdullah, Norway, silver medal, Arfinn Bergmann, Norway, wins the gold medal. Four-man: The Bob United States 1 on the line. The Bob Germany 1 with Ostler and Nieboer at the start. You win the gold medal against the United States.

Munich: Reception of Ostler and Nieboer crowd at the train station. Train arriving. Trip by Ostler and Nieboer with flowers by crowd.
(191 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Andersen, Hjalmar; Baran, Ria; Bergmann, Arnfinn; Brutscherm, Toni; Buchner Fischer, Annemarie; Button, Richard; Andres, Stefan; Arnold, Karl; Schmid, Carlo; Colo, Zeno; Falk, Ria; Falkanger, Torbjörn; Kennedy, John F.; Mead, Andrea; Nagy; Nieberl, Lorenz; Ostler, Anderl; Pravda, Christl; Reichert, Ossi; Seltsam, Marianne; Schneider, Othmar; Stein-Eriksson

Places

Oslo; Munich; Oak Ridge; Food; Mainz; Cologne; Berlin; Hamburg; Bad Godesberg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Libraries; Books; Border DDR/BRD, borders; Carnival; Flags; Carnival; Olympic Games 1952; Police; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Buildings; Cultural events; Customs; Listener; Astrology; Construction; Crew; Sports honors; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 352/1952

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
01.03.1952
Year of Production:
1952

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