Blind Viennese sculptor Berthold Ordner works in wire, gold and lace accessories for ladies dresses and a glider loops the loop at Salzburg - no soundtrack for this issue.
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Titles read: "CINEVIEWS IN BRIEF".
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Various shots of Viennese sculptor Berthold Ordner, who was blinded in the First World War, working on wire figures. He was apparently unable to work in stone and bronze after losing his sight so turned to wire as an alternative. Several shots of very detailed and intricate finished wire models. (Location probably Vienna, Austria.)
Several shots of women modelling dark dresses that are jazzed up by accessories. A gold collar magically appears on a plain black evening gown; another woman wears a lace bolero jacket over a black gown and is then seen in a black day dress with a lace ruffle down the front. A pretty blonde wears a lace jabot at the neck of a black jacket. (Location of events unknown, probably United States of America.)
At Salzburg, Austria, we see various shots of a glider soaring into the air and doing loop-the-loop stunts.