[Sigmund Freud--home movies].
Freud, Sigmund--home movie excerpts | Sigmund Freud--home movies
The film opens with a close-up of Sigmund Freud in conversation, sitting outdoors, holding a cigar, and casually feeding one of his chows. The scene then shifts to Freud walking down a country lane with three adults and two children. The group includes Anna Freud. The others are most likely Martin Freud and Dorothy T. Burlingham, with two of her children. The film was...
[Sigmund Freud visits Simmel in Tegel--home movies].
Briehl film: S. Freud visits Simmel in Tegel | S. Freud visits Simmel in Tegel--home movies | Sigmund Freud--home movies
This film was made during a visit by Sigmund Freud to Sanatorium Schloss Tegel and Psychoanalytische Klinik, opened by Ernst Simmel in Berlin in 1927. The 1906 building was renovated for Simmel by Freud's son Ernst L. Freud, an architect then practicing in Berlin. Sigmund Freud was a frequent guest at Tegel before the sanatorium closed in 1931. This film is likely to have...
[Sigmund Freud, original film--home movies.
Freud, Sigmund, original film | Sigmund Freud--home movies
Compilation of various films. The montage begins with Sigmund and Martha Freud's fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration in Grinzing, Vienna, Austria, in September 1936. Family members, guests, and residents from the surrounding countryside are shown arriving and greeting the Freuds. The camera then follows the Brunswicks' daughter Matilda at play with another child, possibly a Freud granddaughter. Attached to these segments are earlier films showing...