"UNEMPLOYMENT DAY: MARCH 6th 1930." "Contingents of marchers arriving at Tower Hill." A long column of marchers carrying banners moves through great crowds (89); CS of a girl selling the 'Daily Worker' (99). "the Workers' International Relief food kitchen." Men and women eating sandwiches and drinking tea dispensed from the back of a lorry (190): a further shot of the assembled crowds (213). "A London docker speaks". A shot of his audience (223). "A women's contingent." A group of women hold up a banner which reads 'Thousands of children die of starvation in Britain - we demand bread (235); a speaker talks to the crowd (259). The demonstrators proceed to the Mansion House. The procession moves on (305).
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A semi-documentary experimental 1930 German silent film created by amateurs with a small budget. With authentic scenes of the metropolis city of Berlin, it's the first film from the later famous screenwriters/directors Billy Wilder and Fred Zinnemann.
Breck Coleman leads a wagon train of pioneers through Indian attack, storms, deserts, swollen rivers, down cliffs and so on while looking for the murder of a trapper and falling in love with Ruth Cameron.