Berlin Express (1948)
Narrator: [voiceover] That's right - the dove of peace was a pigeon. A dead pigeon.
Narrator: [voiceover] On a warm June day in the Rue Saint Martin in Paris there was a disturbance. Members of the French press were protesting their being barred from a secret conference. Inside, representatives of the United Nations were hearing a report from the head of a special fact-finding commission - a man named Dr. Heinrich Bernhardt. Bernhardt had a long proven record on international affairs. His report was sharp and concise. Facts and figures about turning the four allied zones of Germany into a single unified country. The session was dealing with something that might add a little harmony to this turbulent world. You can understand why the reporters were a bit put out.
[Robert Lindley walks past the hubbub, distracted by a shapely young passerby]
Narrator: But was the young man impressed? Definitely not.