Sound (Norwegian), b&w (?), 13+ min. 35mm, 385m. HVER TIME TELLER (EVERY HOUR COUNTS) was conceived and directed by a well-known Norwegian filmmaker, Mr. Sigvald Maartmann-Moe. Created for schools in Norway, the film tells of the reconstruction of Norway and Europe after World War II through the rebuilding of the fishing fleet and industry. The film includes a scene (with original sound) of Secretary of State George C. Marshall. This scene is followed by President Trumanís signing the treaty for aid to Europe. Scenes are also shown of the Norwegian staff at the ECA headquarters in Paris. Produced by Norsk Film a/s in Oslo. Film censored (passed) for public screening May 29, 1951. Rights to use the film should be discussed with Mr. Maartmann-Moe or his agent. Contact the Editor for details.