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World Show

1961

Philips World Show (1959)

Whatever your taste, there's always a Philips radio.

Produced for the Italian market. 

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What a crowd at the fair!

On a fairground the audience is lured to an important site: the World Show. Produced for the Italian market.

TRIVIA

The Geesink staff has showed “Fair- themed” films in various ways. The most famous one is Kermesse Fantastique (1951) but also Dutchy The Champion (1955) may come to mind. However this film stands out in atmosphere and plot. Where the aforementioned films with atmosphere and sounds captivated the viewer, the World Show has become a cacophony of sounds and images. This may have turned out that many cinema-visitor had a headache after seeing this film. The impression arises that this little story is composed by using existing decors and puppets and to eventually turn out with Philips radiosets. Too bad, because it could have been more entertaining. Or was this what the Italian market would have liked?
Possible a tight budget and short time to produce were decisive factors for creative solutions. Is that the reason why no employees were mentioned?

Philips World Show (1961)
Philips World Show (1961)
Philips World Show (1961)
Philips World Show (1961)
Philips World Show (1961)

Credits

Title:World Show
Client:Philips
Year of production:1961
Duration:2 minuten
Composer:Onbekend
Art director: T. v.d. Meijden 
                                       Animation:Jules Balázs
Puppets:Harry Tolsma
Formaat:35 mm, Technicolor
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