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NORTH SEA HARBOR

Produktion / Produced by : MSA Film Section, Paris, for MSA Washington
Regie / Directed by :

Land/
Jahr / Country/Year : 1951
Länge / Length :
23:33min
Sprache / Language : English
F
ormat: 35mm, 1,37, mono, b/w

Synopsis: Ein Film über das stark zerstörte Hamburg, das dabei ist, mit Hilfe des Marshall Plans seine vor dem Krieg so bedeutende Rolle als internationaler Hafen und Stadt der Schiffswerften wieder zu erlangen. Ein Film der Strength for the Free World-Serie, für die amerikanische Bevölkerung gemacht und von ABC-TV Network ausgestrahlt.

Description: A report to the American people on the great port of Hamburg, Germany, shattered by wartime bombing and now rapidly recovering its prewar status as a key European port and center of shipbuilding. 1952. Produced by the MSA Film Section, Paris, for MSA Washington.

NB: See Strength for the Free World (series) for more information. A shorter (10-min.) version was made in 1951; the others in this group may be that version. NB: Although this is listed as a 4-reeler, there is a note that R1 and R4 are the same. Further research needed. Marshall Plan Filmography © 2002 Linda R. Christenson