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Do You Like Snow?

Switzerland, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 8)

Director: Dieter Finnern

St. Moritz. Where the ski champions go. And display all they can do on skis. Where the lovers of all winter sports congregate. And skate. curl, play ice hockey, swim, ride horses, bobsleighs, skeletons. With musical illustration, winter sports are demonstrated in all their white variety.

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