The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive Collection

An Israeli voyage

26 Minutes, 1950
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Directed by: Unknown
Production:Richard A. Mil
Production Company:Jewish National Fund
Narrator: Tony Marvin
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

film produced by the Jewish National Fund. It begins with a word from the fund’s president, Mendl Fischer. Fisher continues to present the film’s narrator: television announcer Tony Marvin. From here on, Marvin voice leads the viewer on a journey of Israel in 1950. We begin in Tel Aviv, admiring its modern streets, avenues and seafront. From here we venture to the Galilee, to visit the cities of Akko and Safed, as well as the village of Peqi’in, and to enjoy splendid vistas. The journey continues theough Tiberias, the Jezreel Valley and Haifa, before concluding in an emotional visit to Jerusalem. The fact that the city is divided remains unmentions, as are other realities partaining to the recently-concluded war. Israel of the fild is above all a splendid tourist destination.

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