Two Minutes In Trondhjem - Norway 1933

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    Norway. "Forty thousand Trondhjem inhabitants will tell you what a fine old City theirs is - and how wide the streets." Scenic L/S of the town inside an oval framing mask. L/S of a city street - snow on the ground. L/S of a building with large expanse of ground in front. "The Royal Palace - all wood -" L/S of the Palace, a tram passes by in the foreground.

    "But, Trondhjem, gives pride of place to its harbour and the busy fishing boats" L/S of harbour - fishing boat passes the camera. High angle shot of fishermen selling their wares beside their boats - panning shot. Quayside - lots of stalls set out - selling fish presumably. Shoppers mill around. Dissolve into a closer view of stall holders and their wares. One stall holder holds up various fish on the end of a stick to show the camera.

    Was an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 644.

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    01:42:43:00 / 01:44:46:00
    EP 270
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