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Innsbruck Tokyo 1964

USA, 1963 (MIFF 1963, Sporting Life)

Director: F. W. Bryant Jnr

In animated form, the film traces the progress of the Olympic Games from their inception in Greece to their resumption in 1896. A description follows of the planning for the Innsbruck and Tokyo Games in 1964.

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