Welt im Film 280/1950 16.10.1950
01 updates soon a. Korea: Seoul General Mac Arthur passing goes down stairs next to Synghman Rhee. Mac Arthur speaks, total. Synghman Rhee reads thanks address to Mac Arthur for liberation. Handshake Synghman Rhee - Mac Arthur.
(20 m) b. Berlin: East Berlin To write after rejection for license options West Berlin men wear mail bags from car. Sighting the letters from East Berlin with freedom of expression.
(15 m) c. New York: opening of the German Consulate sign on door German Consulate. Consulate employees in Office. General Consul Dr. Krekeler at the desk speaks about his work, half close, o-ton: "in the next week the German General Consulate in New York for the first time can play out passports to German nationals. So we took over again almost all functions after almost three busy months of construction, usually exercised by a consulate."
(17 m) d. Hamburg: launching of the 1. Ocean-going ships Ireland runs 10,000 ton tanker of Danish French steamship art society Ireland from the stack.
(15 m) 2 images from all over the world a. Rome: procession of the "Knights of the Holy Sepulchre" pilgrims in long, white coats in procession. Badge on the coats of the "cross of Jerusalem". Women in the procession wearing black dresses.
(16 m) b. landslide destroyed Swedish city destroyed houses. Overturned houses and cars. Destroyed tracks. Floor dissolved by rainwater and slipped.
(18 m) c. United States: powerboat racing on the Colorado River motor boats fly over water. Ride between rocks. Boot headlong to. Winner gets out of boot and kissed Mrs.
(19 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Bavaria: Almanac cows at the output in the mountains. Pig. Shepherd goes behind cows. Senner go from chalet. Animals get jewelry and bells.
(24 m) b. Nürnberg: Convention of movie theater owners of Bavaria's speakers. People clap. Olga Tschechowa and Karl Ludwig Diehl convey greetings of the filmmakers, half-close.
(12 m) c. Munich: performance "Women in New York" close-up Clare Boothe. Clare Boothe's airfield. Performance of comedy "Women in New York" at the Kammerspiele. Women bow down on stage. Audience clapping.
(14 m) d. Hamburg: Viennese fashion show at the Hotel Atlantic two mannequins show ski suits. Day dresses, evening dresses. Afternoon dresses. Nadja Tiller as a mannequin at screening.
(26 m) 04 sports a. Vienna: Austria - Yugoslavia 7-2 football page selection. Game. Austria scores a goal. Spectators clapping and waving. Shots on goal for Austria. Yugoslavia score goal. Ball is in the goal. Viewer, screen-filling.
(35 m) b. Plattling: Sandbahnrennen start motor cycles. Fall. Drivers in the curves. Dangerous fall. Motor wheel is pulled from car. Drivers Get up. Official waving banner. Albin Siegl travels through target. Albin Siegl receives congratulations with wreath.
(30 m) c. Berlin: Peter Müller suggests knockout ring in the Waldbühne Stonewall Jackson. Shock Exchange. Müller's attacking fiercely. Viewers jump. Spectators and spectator, large. Jackson needs to ground. Jackson falls off the ropes into the audience. Referee counts. Jackson stands up again. Jackson have to go back to the ground and trying to get up, Staggers but and k.o. Müller goes Jackson after fight in his corner.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; DDR ; Disasters ; filmmaking ; Football ; motor boat race ; motor sports ; Political events ; Postal, postal services ; Religious events ; Shipping ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Korea ; Cultural events ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Livestock, livestock ; Elections ; Listener ; Fashion ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 280/1950
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