Welt im Film 124/1947 10.10.1947


01 streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: iron Lung in the fight against polio doctors before the portal of Auguste Viktoria hospital. American doctors with an iron lung for the fight against of polio. Iron lung. Patients in iron lungs. Mrs. Clay speaks with girl who cured was released from the hospital.
(29 m) b. Cologne: Rhine clearance destroyed Rhine bridge in front of the Cologne Cathedral. Clean-up and removal of damaged parts of the bridge. Jib crane. Divers. Pumps. Excavators bring debris from the river Rhine.
(33 m) c. Hamburg: event of the magic circle magician bowing on the stage, totally. Spectators, half-close. Magician with Assistant conjures up pigeon in the burning vessel. Wizard makes bird cage. Audience clapping, half-close. The magician Marvelli in his workshop. He conjures up with cards. He introduces the rope trick. Marvelli with the floating bar.
(43 m) 02 sport a. Brussels: football international match Belgium - England 2:5 scenes, totally. English player shoots 0 spectators in the stands the 1: totally. English player on the ball. Gate. Belgian player shoots the goal 2: arms raise 1 Viewer, total. Mathews plays two opponents, gives the edge to the Center and goal. The English players go to the cabin.
(27 m) Munich: trotting in Daglfing parking lot full of bikes before the race. People in front of the Subdials. Cashier with banknotes. Lorries blowing up the railway. Hans Frömming clothes in the locker room. Kraus, Munich, next to the Trotter Manitu, half-close. Onslaught of the horses. The Nr. 12, fighter pilot, with Hans Frömming in the Sulky. Start. The horses in the race. In the final sprint, advancing fighters and climbs from Manitou. Hans Frömming with wreath, close to half in the Sulky.
(47 m) 03 Yehudi Menuhin plays in Berlin Menuhin, half close, on his arrival at the airport in Berlin. Sergiu Celibidache greets him, half-close. The front of the marble House. Film poster of Paganini. Menuhin plays to a special screening of the film. Audience clapping. Menuhin played Bach's Chaconne, half-close. Menuhin bows after game. Audience clapping.
(44 m) 4 new from technology a. United States: aircraft - speed - record nozzle of a Douglas aircraft, large. Launch of the aircraft to the speed record and flight. Cameraman swings with the camera. Aircraft contrails. (Record 1056 km/h).
(26 m) b. Germany: robot - planting machine machine with six men passes field. Men into machine that automatically plants and pouring plants.
(19 m) c. micro - radio transmitter and receiver girl next to Kleinstempfänger. Kleinstempfänger in addition to portable radio. Man speaks in Kleinstsender.
(20 m) 05. people without a home refugees with luggage. Illegal border crossers run box and next to embankment. Women with children. Russion sign zone. Refugees go in detention over sodden ground. Registration. Boy soldier hat. Food output. Refugees in the community room. You eat out of cans. Slums. Children play between shacks. Old railway carriage as apartments. Refugees burn bricks made of clay and build houses. Refugee family on the window.
(81 m)


Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Celebidache, Sergiu ; Clay, Lucius D. ; Narvelli ; Schröder, Luise ; Frömming, Hans ; Kraus, Hansi ; Mathews, Stanley ; Menuhin, Yehudi


Munich ; Kassel ; Brussels ; Cologne ; Stuttgart ; Bremen ; Berlin ; Wilhelmshaven ; United States ; Germany ; Hamburg


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Banking, banking ; Drought ; Misery ; cameramen, cameramen ; Energy, energy supply ; filmmaking ; Refugees ; Football ; Musical events ; Radio, television ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Technology ; harness racing ; Debris ; Medicine ; Home ; Magician, magic ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Construction ; construction ; finance ; Japan ; Sports honors ; Technology ; aftermath of war


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