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By Rail to the Glaciers (The Railways of the Jungfrau - Region) (0000)

In the Bernese Oberland, in the heart of Switzerland, the railways of the Jungfrau Region open up one of the most delightful mountain landscapes Europe has to offer. Their tracks make an ascent of almost 10,000 feet. DESTI Film presents these fascinating railways in detail and tells their exciting s...
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By the Rigi - Railways to the Queen of the Mountains (0000)

Two famous rack-railways climb the giant back of the Rigi massif, which rises between two lakes, the Vierwaldstätter See and the Zuger See.

One line starts out from Vitznau, the other from Goldau. Both railways were built in the 1870's. Even today beautifully preserved steam locomotives, from ti...
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Calamity Jane - Letters to her daughter (1981)

Calamity Jane, her name Stands for a myth. It provokes memories of the Old West, showing her as a beautiful, bold and somewhat of a loose woman.
 
But mainly she was seen in relationship to Bill Hickok (Wild Bill) one of the most famous gunmen of the Old West , her companion and father of her dau...
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Canada by canoe part 1 (2000)

In June 1999 starts a group of Chipewayan Indians and Inuit under line of the 73-jaehrigen of hunter and falling plate Noel Drybone crosswise to an Kanu expedition of the large slave lake by the Canadian north direction Hudson Bay.  The two-month Kanu expedition over 1400 km is accompanied by a Ger...
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Canada by canoe part 2 (2000)

In June 1999 starts a group of Chipewayan Indians and Inuit under line of the 73-jaehrigen of hunter and falling plate Noel Drybone crosswise to an Kanu expedition of the large slave lake by the Canadian north direction Hudson Bay.  The two-month Kanu expedition over 1400 km is accompanied by a Ger...
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Chercher la vie - english (1994)

CHERCHER LA VIE („Looking for Life“) introduces the viewer to two women, Anne-Rose and Rosemène, who each have their own particular way of battling through life. The former makes lunches in a factory yard in Port-au-Prince and sells her meals to the factory workers; the latter is employed in th...
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Children in exile (1992)

A moving documentation of the Tibetan Childrens Village in Dharamsala, seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile in Northern India. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzing Gyatso, speaks the closing words to the film.

 
Eine beruehrende Dokumentation ueber das tibetische Kinderdorf in Dharamsal...
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Cologne - Holy City (2005)

A filmed city portrait advises to the world youth day:
 
"Cologne - holy city" is the title of the film, which came to the world youth day 2005 on the market. A City-Portrait tells exciting legends with many humans from today and from former times, with beautiful pictures and small stories why Co...
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Could but dream that dream once more (1996)

The Film is based on excerpts from the novel Genji Monogatari (The story of
Prince Genji) by Murasaki Shikibu, written around 1004 and 1011 in Japan.
 
It is not a traditional film version of a book. Instead, it uses the text as a narrative thread spoken from the "off" to tell a love story: From...
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Cross of iron (1977)

Cross of Iron is a 1977 war film directed by Sam Peckinpah, featuring James Coburn, James Mason, Maximilian Schell, and David Warner.
 
Set in 1943 on the Eastern Front of World War II, Cross of Iron is the story of the class conflict between a newly-arrived, aristocratic officer who covets the I...

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