A Dutch newsreel including items on the arrival of Princess Beatrix at Schiphol after a trip to the United States, three Spanish donkeys after a long walk at the Spanish Embassy, and the commemoration of the Second World War.
A Dutch news film including items on the celebration of the fifth anniversary of the Amsterdam youth theatre with a performance by the Scapino Ballet, and about the decline of the Muiderslot castle.
A Dutch newsreel including items on the train derailment of the Ruhr Express, the launch of the tugboat Simon, and the sculptor Mari Andriessen.
A Dutch newsreel including items on Remembrance Day on Dam Square, the Miss Holland competition and the 130-year anniversary of the Royal Military Academy.
A Dutch newsreel with sound, including items on a strike by construction workers, Gerrit Schulte's 'Zesdaagse' track cycling race, and a visit by the president of Peru.
Comedy about the theft of the Brussels statue of Manneken Pis.
Kamiel (Albert Mol) steals the famous statue to impress his girlfriend Denise, the daughter of the man who is supposed to guard it (Ko van Dijk). The Belgians think the Dutch have stolen their statue and hit back by stealing the statue of Hansje Brink, the little boy with his finger in the dike. Emotions are running high but in the end the statues are returned to their respective countries. Kamiel and Denise live happily ever after.
Impressions of the city of Bandung, with a focus on monumental buildings.
Documentary about the city of Weesp.
Promotional film about the municipality of Haarlem.
This film shows Haarlem at its best: the St. Bavo Cathedral, street scenes, historic buildings, and beautiful parks and villas. Many of these shots were filmed from sailing boats, moving trams, and a church tower.
Documentary about the city of Utrecht. This film is dedicated to Mayor Reiger, who had a great deal of influence on the development of Utrecht at the turn of the century. The opening shot is an aerial view of downtown, filmed from the hundred-metre-high Domtoren. Considerable attention is paid to the Domtoren, the Domkerk, the nearby university, and the most important canals. From a boat in the canal, the filmmaker depicts the shipyard basements and the low-lying quays. Many passers-by pose for the camera. Footage is also shot from a moving tram.