Children’s film about two sisters who run up against a bank robber while on holiday in Limburg.
Two Dutch comedians (Johnny Kraaijkamp sr and Piet Römer) spread their wings and fly off into the Dutch countryside, moving through a kind of rural Never-Never Land.
News item about the carnival celebrations in Maastricht, Sittard, Boxmeer, and Bergen op Zoom.
Propaganda Film About the Dutch Military.
Holland neutraal (Neutral Holland) is this film’s subtitle, which was meant to show that the Dutch armed forces are very much prepared to guarantee the Netherlands’ neutrality in World War One. The more than 2.5-hour film was made by Willy Mullens in 1917, when other Western European armies had become numbed after three long years in the trenches. The footage in the Army and Navy Film depicts a relatively high-spirited mood, considering how the Dutch military had mobilized but not actually participated in the war.
The devil, surrounded by flames, leaves hell and goes to earth where, in human form, his aim is to make people unhappy and cause evil to triumph over good.
Documentary on the occasion of Queen Wilhelmina’s 25th anniversary of rule.
This anniversary film, compiled by Haghe Film, consists mainly of footage that Willy Mullens had shot of the royal family in previous years. The film includes e.g. footage of the solidarity demonstration that took place on the Malieveld in The Hague in November of 1918. It also includes excerpts from Mullens' Leger- en vlootfilm (1917).