How do I find the film record for 1184407/2 and 1184407/3?
It should be in the Danzig database.
The catalog indicates that film 1184407 is not online, probably due to privacy laws, as item 2 apparently includes births up to 1939.
If you have a specific image number from that film that you need, you may be able to request it from the Family History Library's Lookup Service. (There's an element of luck involved, in that you're dependent on the assigned person's understanding or interpretation of the rules applying to your requested image.) Otherwise, I believe that the only way to access this film is to show up at the library in Salt Lake City.
I believe 1184407/1-7 (the whole series) is not online because it has not been scanned yet. It is still in microfiche format.
@Gail Swihart Watson
I wonder what makes you suggest that. There is a film (not microfiche) number against the item, as well as a DGS number, showing it has been digitized. It is just its availability that is the problem - probably only by viewing a "hard copy" of the microfilm at SLC, as Julia suggests. It's also possible (though quite unlikely) that a copy might be available at a FHC somewhere in the world - not every FHC returned their on-loan microfilms to SLC.
So here are 2 screen shots of the icons associated with the series of images 1184407. Hopefully you will be able to see something other than a blue hourglass.
@Gail Swihart Watson, the microfilm reel indicates "not online". Everything has been digitized, and even without knowing that, there's the number in the DGS column to make it absolutely clear. (DGS stands for "digital Genealogy Society [number]".)
Yet the explanation below the list of image collections contains two possible reasons for images not being online, see below. One is the reason Paul W mentioned. The other is that the microfilm may be scheduled for future scanning. Having a DGS number may be a requirement in order to schedule a scan.
Reasons why microfilms may not yet be available digitally on FamilySearch.org include:
That bit of boilerplate is outdated. Once again: FamilySearch has finished digitizing all of the microfilms it holds. (They finished over a year ago now, in fact.) The microfilm-reel icon no longer means anything about scanning. All it means is that the images are not accessible online.
Even before the scanning project was finished, the existence of a DGS number meant that the film had already been digitized. The DGS number is created/assigned when the film is scanned; before that, no such number can exist, as there's nothing yet for it to label/designate.