VISNEWS filmed the 37th. Milan International Samples Fair, Italy, Apl. 15, - the biggest yet.?
LV Various flags at entrance to Palace of Nations.
SV Lettering "37th Milan Fair etc.,"
GV PAN EXTERIOR of Fair, and agricultural appliances.
LV Agricultural equipment.
GV PAN Boating section.
CU 'Christopher Columns' bouy-pan up to sailing boat.
CU People look at boating exhibition
LV PAN ALONG bridge of barrels outside fair.
SV PAN Three-wheel taxi for touring Fair.
ELEVATED TRAVEL SHOT..showing Heavy Industry section.
LV Frogmen under water in tank with pan to people looking on.
SV Underwater demonstration in tank, people in foreground.
CU Frogmen swim tank.
LV PAN..Furniture sprayed to demonstrate its resistance to humidity.
SV Entrance to Great Britain section.
LV PAN. People listen on telephones to description of nuclear energy equipment
SV People listen on telephones.
CU Girl on phone pan to model working.
CU People look at exhibits.
SV PAN Ditto.
SV PAN UP..Nuclear energy equipment.
SV PAN FROM People looking at nuclear energy working model.
SCU Nuclear energy model working.
GTV Of fair.
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Background: VISNEWS filmed the 37th. Milan International Samples Fair, Italy, Apl. 15, - the biggest yet. There are 1,300 exhibitors representing 35 countries officially and another 29 countries unofficially. Exhibits at the fair range from apples to Zeta. Some of the World's best live cock are on show and for the first time there is a nuclear energy section.
The fair was opened by President Gronchi, in the Palace of Nations, Apl. 12. Last year about 94,000 people visited the exhibition, this year by the time the doors close on Apl. 27 four million people are expected to have toured the stands.
One of the novelties is a set of five telephones, which give the visitor a detailed description of the exhibits on the stand in any one of five languages.
A furniture manufacturer has attempted to raise public confidence in his products by submitting them to continuous water spraying in the open-air.
Britain's space is filled with items of benefit to modern life - television, radar, nuclear energy products, turbo-jet engines and plastic materials.