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A Bell for Ursli

Switzerland, 1964 (MIFF 1966, Programme H)

Director: Ulrich K√ľndig

In the Canton of Grisons in Switzerland, in an age-old Spring rite, the village boys chase away winter with bells, rattles and cracking whips.

First Prize for the Best Youth Film, Bruxelles Tourist Festival.

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