Your World In Nine Minutes 1947

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    Full title reads: "Your World In 9 Minutes".

    Intertitle reads: "De Gaulle Comes Back". General Charles De Gaulle comes back into the political field with a stirring speech at Strasbourg, France.

    LS view of a street in Strasbourg, teaming with people. LS the huge massed crowd listening to De Gaulle. CU MS People clapping and cheering. MS De Gaulle speaking from a balcony of the Town Hall, gesturing violently. Andre Malraux, author and De Gaulle's right hand man stands on the General's right. MS people clapping. MS De Gaulle calls out 'Vive La Republic, Vive La France". High shot of crowd. De Gaulle and crowd sing 'Le Marseilles", the French National Anthem.

    Intertitle reads: "More Eggs For Breakfast". Holland / The Netherlands. The Dutch egg industry in full swing.

    CU a tray of fluffy chicks. being taken out of the incubator CU hatching chicks struggling to get out of their shells. CU Newly hatched ducks are tipped into a trough of water. LS Ducks waddling about in their runs. LS CU Flocks of chickens grubbing in their runs. MS Eggs being graded by a conveyor belt machine. MS CU another machine mass stamps the eggs with the Holland trade mark. CU Eggs being packed into boxes.

    Intertitle reads: "Strong Woman No. 1". Joan Rhodes a girl ju-jitsu expert is seen practising in a London Gym and being interviewed by John Parsons

    MS CU Joan Rhodes exercising with bicycle and rowing equipment. CU she demonstrates her strength by supporting the weight of her trainer who hangs round her waist while she hangs onto gym ropes by her hands and feet. CU she tears a telephone directory in half. CU her face. MS she throws her trainer Mickey Wood, to the ground. CU J.P. interviewing her, She throws him to the ground when she shakes hands with her.

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    01:32:52:00 / 01:36:49:00
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