Selected Originals - Berlin News 1953

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Berlin News" 53/14.

    Material for newsreel story. - first shot not superimposed

    Berlin, Germany

    LV. Delegation from East Berlin including Red Army men marching with wreaths to Russian memorial in Western zone LV. Delegation marching towards memorial. SV. Red Army men marching towards memorial. SV. Pan, delegation carrying wreaths walking towards memorial. GV. Pan, delegation arriving at memorial. SV. Russian Army officers laying wreath. CU. Wreath. SV. Red soldier standing guard at memorial. LV. Memorial. SV. Figure of Russian soldier on top of memorial. LV. Russian standing guard surrounded by wreaths.

    CU. polar bear cub. SV. Keeper places cub on table and woman brushes it. CU. Woman brushing cub, pan down to cub. CU. Head of cub being held by keeper CU. Mummy bear looking on. SV. Keeper holding bear cub and placing it on scales. CU. Woman adjusting scales. CU. Woman talcum powdering bear, Pan down to Cub. CU. Mummy bear looking on. Sv. Woman powdering bear's nose and playing with puff.

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    British Pathé
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    01:56:52:00 / 01:58:12:00
    53/14 K (Selected Originals)
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