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And Lead Us Not Into Temptation

And Lead Us Not Into Temptation is a 1957 West German drama film directed by Rolf Hansen and starring Johanna Matz, Heidemarie Hatheyer and Gerhard Riedmann. It was shot at the Spandau Studios on location around Bolzano in Trentino; the film's sets were designed by the art directors Kurt Robert Herlth. After causing a tragic crash while flirting with a woman, a small town railwayman is haunted by guilt. Johanna Matz as Anna Heidemarie Hatheyer as Frau Hudetz Gerhard Riedmann as Hudetz Rudolf Forster as von Hausen Annie Rosar as Frau Leimgruber Willy Rösner as Aigner Bruno Dallansky as Ferdinand Karl Ehmann as Pfarrer Erica Beer as Sekretärin Wolfgang Hebenstreit as Staatsanwalt Nora Minor as Freundin Hugo Gottschlich as Kondukteur Minna Spaeth as Zenzi Hans Fitz as Landarzt Martin Berliner as Kommissar Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim; the Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009, and Lead Us Not Into Temptation on IMDb

Meishan pig

The Meishan is a breed of domestic pig named for the Chinese prefecture of Meishan. It is a sub-group of the Taihu pig and is a small to medium-sized breed with large drooping ears, wrinkled black skin. Meishan Pigs are docile and renowned for their tender and flavorful red meat pork. Native to Southern China, the breed is best known for its large litters of 15-22 piglets. Due to its fecundity, it was imported to the United States in 1989 by the USDA Agricultural Research Service. All US research on the Meishan pigs was terminated in 2016 and the remaining pigs were dispersed to US farmers. In 2018 the Meishan Pig was declared critically endangered worldwide by the Livestock Conservancy. Today the Meishan Pig is the focus of a major conservation effort involving the Livestock Conservancy and the American Meishan Breeders Association; the number of breeders in the US is rising due to the Meishan Pigs adaptability to small holder farms. List of domestic pig breeds