A Dutch newsreel including items on a Christmas tree bonfire, the Social Economic Council's New Year's reception and the Dutch souvenir trade fair in the RAI.
A Dutch newsreel including items on the talks between Ministers Von Brentano and Luns on the payment of compensation after World War II, and rowing contests for office staff in Amsterdam.
A Dutch newsreel with sound, including items on the opening of the Baanhoofd bridge for the passage of the Princess Irene, new clothes for the Spaarnestad flower girls and the arrival of the United Nations' High Commissioner for Refugees at Heliport.
Popular Dutch entertainer Wim Sonneveld returned to cinemas with this film directed by Harry Booth, the man behind British hits On the Buses and Mutiny on the Buses.
Sonneveld stars as a scatterbrained but imaginative courier with a genius for improvisation, Robbie Henegouwen de Boer. Robbie has only worked for a tour operator for two months, when he is tasked with showing an international coach party around after a colleague is suddenly fired.
This was apparently a semi-documentary made to promote tourism in Holland, shot partly in Amsterdam and other attractive places in the Netherlands.
Documentary about tourist attractions in the Netherlands.
Documentary about the town of Amerongen.
‘Amerongen: a previously unknown Dutch village, but since 1919 ... a famous royal resort’. With this text, filmmaker Willy Mullens begins this short promotional film, which was made for the municipality of Amerongen. The film begins like a typical ‘city film’, including the panoramic opening shot of Amerongen and its surroundings, but half-way through begin to focus on Amerongen’s most famous resident: Wilhelm II, the former Emperor of Germany.
Documentary about the Gouwe river.
Beppie, Lola and Margie, the three talented daughters of the American millionaire James Brown, persuade their father to take them to Europe.
Reportage about the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the VVV in Leeuwarden.