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Wired Mountains (1932)

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Published on Apr 13, 2014

Various shots of a new cable car system in Germany.



Introductory intertitle reads: "Deep in South Germany, where the scenery sticks out in picturesque knobs, they built one of those cute little airlines. (and christened it 'Schauinslandbahn')."



M/S of schoolboys walking into a glass windowed cable car. M/S of the car moving out of the reception area and towards the mountain. Various shots of the cable car mechanism. The boys wave out of the back window. Various views of and from the cable car.




"The length of this 'wired' route is almost a mile - and it rises from Freiburg up to 2,500 feet." Moving shots from on board the cable car. "Hours to make the trip on two legs - but just a quarter of an hour 'on the wire'." More shots from on board and of the cable car arriving at the summit.
FILM ID:1594.17

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