Welt im Bild 34/1953 15.02.1953

Synopsis

01. New York: Ulzheimer is indoor champion in the United States about 1000 yards start at Madison Square Garden. Spectators close to half. Ulzheimer sits at the tip of the runner and attempts to increase its lead. Ulzheimer leads up to the final round. American world record runners is catching up. The home stretch. Ulzheimer runs tight ahead of the finish. Ulzheimer beckons after the victory, laughing, great.

02. Carnival a) on the first Alpine Ski Carnival. Masks in the snow. Man enters House with inscription 00 schliersee desludging. Man shuts down on bike snow slope. Skiers in ton falls. Ski jumping in witches skirts. (b) Munich: Monday. Car of Meteorology: latest weather report 5 m old snow, sunshine, because Ami free. Rider falls off donkeys. Slushy car. Man thrown up on the jump mat. Men with beer mugs, King Faruk greets from cars. Transparent: the road disintegrates; the Frems ´ n Ong. (c) Mainz: Rosenmontag parade. Schwellköpfe. But dare Olympiad Schade - with transparent. Turn doll turns on high bar. The knapsack band marches. (d) Cologne: Monday. Blumengeschmücktem car Carnival Prince throws flowers into the crowd. Students on cars. Chefs. Spectators swaying. Riesenguren on cars. Faruk: I am only a poor Wandergeselle. The Kölsche Mau Mau group. Crowd in front of the Cathedral.

03. U.S. High Commissioner James B. Conant in Bonn in Bonn station train. Hallstein Secretary of State and the Chief of Protocol by Herwarth on the platform. Welcome by Conant, who gets out of the train. Leaving the car. Police officer greets, large. Heuss and Conant in the Villa Hammerschmidt. Handshake Heuss Conant. Photographers and cameramen. Swivel Conant Adenauer. Handshake Conant Adenauer.

04. General in Korea will land helicopters. General Taylor, formerly city Commandant of Berlin, now Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. armed forces, is off off front of South Korean infantry troops. Taylor on the front. Creeping under heavy machine gun fire over the recruits on the belly attack on enemy position. Taylor distinguished soldiers. Close-up of Taylor.

05. Japan: Inauguration of the Kintai bridge in 1950 by a typhoon destroyed bridge after the reconstruction. Band is bisected and crowd goes over the bridge.

06. England: snow storms of Schneeverwehtes country. Deeds cars and houses. Men clear way to cut-off villages. TRUCK will be excavated. Snow plow. Cattle accumulates snow cleared elsewhere.

07. Florida: swimwear models go on runway and perform swimwear. Skintight shiny suit. Front laced dark swimsuit with veil jacket. Evening skirt removable on bath complete. Leopard suit for mother and children. Ester Williams introduces perlenbestickten swimsuit.

08 Italy: pheasant hunting men set high nets. Drivers go through bushes and browse pheasants that fly into the nets. Pheasants are packed in baskets to carry in warmer areas.

09th Sestriere: international flags blowing international winter sports week. Giant slalom women: Marianne strange on the track. Marianne odd drives the fastest time and WINS. Marianne strange moves up goggles with the start number 1, great.

10 Davos: World Championship in figure skating men's: Kürlauf of the winner of Hayes A. Jenkins / United States. Close-up of two beautiful young spectators laughing. Hayes A Jenkins at the award ceremony with Carlo Fassi (2) and (3.) James Grogan.

11 Dortmund: heavyweight boxing: Heinz Neuhaus proposes Johny Williams / England knockout Boxer in the ring in the Westfalenhalle - stroke Exchange. Williams strikes suddenly and meets Neuhaus. Neuhaus beats at the head of Williams past. Clinch. Referee separates. Shock Exchange. Neuhaus must accept the results. Williams leads to points. Neuhaus Williams applies fully in the 9th round, going to ground. Referee counts. Williams rises reeling and adheres to the ring ropes. Referee counts out Williams a standing out there. Neuhaus radiant hugged Williams. Audience clapping.

Origin / Type of content

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad ; Conant, James B. ; Hallstein, Walter ; Herwarth von ; Heuss, Theodor ; Taylor, Tommy ; Williams, Esther ; Fassi, Carlo ; Grogan, James ; Jenkins, Hayes A. ; Neuhaus, Heinz ; Seltsam, Marianne ; Ulzheimer, Heinz ; Williams, Johnny

Places

Japan ; Bonn ; Korea ; Rome ; Italy ; Munich ; Mainz ; Cologne ; Florida ; England ; Sestriere ; Davos ; Dortmund ; Berlin ; New York

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Railways ; Ice skating ; Hands ; Hunting, Hunter ; cameramen, cameramen ; Carnival ; Carnival ; Photographers ; Police ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Skibike ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports advertisement ; sports facilities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Korea war ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Winter ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; Sports honors ; 18 finding book world in the picture

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Welt im Bild 34/1953

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
15.02.1953
Year of Production:
1953

Credits

Origin:
Start point Monday in Cologne camera: Essmann Monday in Mainz camera: basic Monday in Munich camera: strong, Hafner cross-section Conant in Bonn camera: strong reason, food, basic, Stoll General Taylor for Korea origin: Metro construction of the Kintai bridge in Japan origin: Asahi news snowstorms over England origin: Pathe news swimwear pheasant hunting origin: SEDI sport ski-slalom: Marianne Selisam origin: SEDI ice world champion Jenkins boxes Neuhaus-Williams knockout camera: Stoll, basic end brand

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