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Thu Oct 16 17:52:49 2014 UTClccn-n20011205100.00Olympia the film of the XI Olympic Games, Berlin 19360.421.00Olympia153798586n 20011205105412081lccn-n78083380Riefenstahl, Leniprodrtlccn-n88027308Home Vision (Firm)lccn-n88224977Embassy Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-no89001313Windt, Herbert1894-1965arrlccn-n84189320Minetti, Bernhard1905-1998lccn-no2005014064Koppenhöfer, Maria1901-1948viaf-199173792Eichberger, Franznp-rainer, louisRainer, Louislccn-no97026727Hollywood's Attic (Firm)lccn-no00087865Skraup, KarlLeni Riefenstahl-ProduktionHistoryFilm adaptationsDramaPictorial worksOlympic GamesOlympicsGermanySports cinematographyMotion pictures in sportsAlbert, Eugen d',National socialism and motion picturesMotion picturesMotion pictures, GermanOlympics--Political aspectsYouthSports and stateOlympia (Motion picture)Man-woman relationshipsSportsSpain--CataloniaHuman bodyPolitics in artRomaniesMotion pictures in propagandaAthletesGymnastics1938197519801984199119951996199719992004200520103942344796.480943GV722 19361548ocn037459303visu19910.33Riefenstahl, LeniOlympiaHistoryAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part I, "The Festival of the People," includes the carrying of the flame from Greece, the lighting of the torch and the track-and-field events where American runner Jessie Owens won an unprecedented four gold medals521ocn038208453visu19970.28Olympia 2 festival of beautyAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, and Jesse Owen's sprint races at the 1936 Olympic games. The production tends to glorify the young male body and expresses the Nazi attitude toward athletic prowess491ocn038149581visu19970.33Olympia 1 festival of the nationAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, and Jesse Owen's sprint races at the 1936 Olympic games. The production tends to glorify the young male body and expresses the Nazi attitude toward athletic prowess468ocn041605531visu19800.79TieflandDramaFilm adaptationsSet in 18th century Catalonia, the story of the love of a selfish feudal lord and a handsome, brave shepherd for the same beautiful gypsy dancer293ocn011003456visu19840.47Olympia, part II the festival of beautyAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part II, "The Festival of Beauty," includes field hockey, polo, soccer, aquatic, bicycling, sailing and rowing events as well as the marathon race and the thrilling decathlon where American Glen Morris won the title of the greatest all-around athlete in the world292ocn011003365visu19840.50Olympia, part I the festival of the peopleAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part I, "The Festival of the People," includes the carrying of the flame from Greece, the lighting of the torch and the track-and-field events where American runner Jessie Owens won an unprecedented four gold medals62ocn048181410visu19750.88Olympia, der Film von den XI Olympischen Spielen, Berlin 1936The first of two films made to record the 1936 Summer Olympic Games in Berlin. Although controversial for its ties to, and representation of National Socialism, it is considered by many to be a brilliant and ground-breaking sports documentary42ocn047796571visu19910.59Olympia the film of the XI. Olympic Games, Berlin 1936Extraordinary sports documentary of the 1936 Olympics. Included are the marathon and decathlon events, gymnastics, swimming, equestrian events, the opening ceremonies and the track & field events31ocn048217023visu19950.47Olympia the film of the XI. Olympic Games, part IIUpon commission from the Olympic Committee, Riefenstahl made a film of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin that combines the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes footage of Adolf Hitler as spectator31ocn027298901visu0.19Olympia, part I the festival of the peopleAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part I, "The Festival of the People," includes the carrying of the flame from Greece, the lighting of the torch and the track-and-field events where American runner Jessie Owens won an unprecedented four gold medals32ocn222855502visu19960.53Olympia the film of the XI Olympic GamesPictorial worksAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, and Jesse Owen's sprint races at the 1936 Olympic games. The production tends to glorify the young male body and expresses the Nazi attitude toward athletic prowess32ocn048181405visu19750.96Olympia, der Film von den XI Olympischen Spielen, Berlin 1936The second of two films made to record the 1936 Summer Olympic Games in Berlin. Although controversial for its ties to, and representation of National Socialism, it is considered by many to be a brilliant and ground-breaking sports documentary21ocn220160330visu1938Olympia the film of the XI Olympic Games, Berlin 1936In 1936, the Olympic Games were staged in Berlin. For Hitler, it was an irresistable opportunity to stage an unprecented display of Nazi pageantry for all the world to see. Germany's leading film director, Leni Riefenstahl was commissioned by the Nazis to make a permanent film record of the events. What she produced was nothing less than one of the most disturbing and powerful documentary films of all time21ocn022684356visu19840.47Olympia, part II the film of the XI Olympic games, part 2After being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part II, "The Festival of Beauty," includes field hockey, polo, soccer, aquatic, bicycling, sailing and rowing events as well as the marathon race and the thrilling decathlon where American Glen Morris won the title of the greatest all-around athlete in the world11ocn220160338visu1938Olympia the film of the XI Olympic GamesThe second part of the official film of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin covers gymnastics, yachting, the Modern Pentathlon, the Decathlon, hockey, polo, soccer, cycling, equestrian events, rowing, swimming and diving11ocn679769815visu19970.47Olympia the film of the XI. Olympic Games, Berlin, 1936Upon commission from the Olympic Committee, Riefenstahl made a film of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin that combines the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, Jesse Owen's sprint races, and other events, with footage of Adolf Hitler as spectator11ocn777319858visu19960.47Riefenstahl, LeniFestival of the people Olympia the film of the XI Olympic games Berlin 1936After being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, and Jesse Owen's sprint races at the 1936 Olympic Games. The production tends to glorify the young male body and expresses the Nazi attitude toward athletic prowess11ocn083821606visu19751.00OlympiaAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part II, "The Festival of Beauty," includes field hockey, polo, soccer, aquatic, bicycling, sailing and rowing events as well as the marathon race and the thrilling decathlon where American Glen Morris won the title of the greatest all-around athlete in the world11ocn777320919visu19960.47Riefenstahl, LeniFestival of beauty Olympia the film of the XI olympic games part IIAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Includes the marathon, men's diving, and Jesse Owen's sprint races at the 1936 Olympic Games. The production tends to glorify the young male body and expresses the Nazi attitude toward athletic prowess11ocn213991665visu19970.47OlympiaAfter being commissioned by the 1936 Olympic committee to create a feature film of the Berlin Olympics, Riefenstahl made a film that celebrates the human body by combining the poetry of bodies in motion with close-ups of athletes in the heat of competition. Part I, "The Festival of the People," includes the carrying of the flame from Greece, the lighting of the torch and the track-and-field events where American runner Jessie Owens won an unprecedented four gold medalsThu Oct 16 15:56:30 EDT 2014batch14999