Garmisch-Partenkirchenthe The Winter Olympics… 1936

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    Slate reading 'Garmisch ? Partenkirchen', then 'Scene of the iv Winter Olympic Games, February 1936'. Slate reading 'An RDV film produced in agreement with the Organization Committee for the iv Olympic Winter Games 1936', then various credits. 1936 Winter Olympics logo graphic. Long wide angle of mountain at Garmisch-Paterkirchen. Long pan across houses and building in Garmisch-Paterkirchen. Pan across rooftops, with mountains in background. Snowy trees, and spectators. Skiers walking up hill on skis, and spectators performing Nazi salutes. Ski jumper performing jump, and stylised tight close up of female spectator watching on. Various angles of ski jumper performing jumps, and tight stylised close up of male youth looking into camera. Close up ski jumper talking, then long shot from top of ski jump of jumper performing jump. Nice shots of high view from mountain, with ski jumpers jumping through shot. Ski jumper performing jump, and nice pan across ski jumpers posing for camera. Nice close up of ski jumper smiling to camera. Ski jumpers wearing their numbers posing to camera, fade into same shot involving young boys. Close up boys trying to get up hill in skis, and ski jumping off the roof of a small building. Tight close up boy skiing towards camera. Spectators holding dog.

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
    101134
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    201206.135
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:03:43:00
    Time in/Out:
    10:00:00 / 10:03:43
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