Tiergestalt

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Tiergestalt
Directed byFritz Brunsch
Release date
1950
Country East Germany
Language German

Tiergestalt is an East German documentary film about Berlin Zoological Garden and Leipzig Zoological Garden. It was released in 1950.


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