||Sound (English), Technicolor Monopac, 19 min. Surveys the state of transport in postwar Europe and the progress made in rebuilding and modernizing roads, railways and airports. National initiative and Marshall Plan help have accomplished much, but not enough has been done to remove man-made barriers. The crack Stockholm-Rome Express takes longer to make its run today, for example, than before World War I, because of cumbersome frontier controls. To assure the free and speedy movement of people and goods that the future demands, "We must declare for a single Europe." Fifth of the six films of The CHANGING FACE OF EUROPE series.) 1951 (Filming took place between September and December 1950). Produced by Wessex Film Productions, Ltd, London, for ECA/OSR. Executive Producer: Ian Dalrymple, Supervising Production Manager: Raymond Anzarut. Director: Kay Mander, Assistant Director and Unit Manager: Deborah Chesshire, Photography: Jonah Jones, Camera Operator: Len Harris, Camera Assistant: Gerry Fisher. Produced by Wessex Film Productions, Ltd, London, for ECA/OSR. NARA ref. copy: Vt. Color is faded, but less so than in 306.04718, also at NARA. Sound is also better.