Welt im Bild 199/1956 18.04.1956

Synopsis

1 Hamburg: craft fair Assembly trades: welder, Carpenter, Mason, watchmaker, musical instrument maker. Art objects on exhibition. Painter. Seamstress at the cropping, weaving, spinning. Hairdressing salon. Art forging. Stained glass lead. Stairs. Roofers, bricklayers, chimney sweep.

02. Monaco: Arrival of Grace Kelly, the bride of the year breakdown from new German newsreel 325/5 (here some other section. Drive to the Palace in the car. Wake presented): U.S. steamer Constitution arrives in the port of Monaco. Grace Kelly is welcomed aboard and receive flowers. People waving from the shore. The private yacht, Deo Juvante is applying. Rainier goes with Grace Kelly on land. Gun salutes. Children give flowers in costume. The Ducal Palace. Reception. Among guests in the wheelchair and the Begum Aga Khan. Rainier is next to Grace Kelly. Gala dinner. At the table of Grace Kelly with glasses.

03. Tetuan: Cheers to Sultan Ben Jussef, Mohammed v plane lands. After successful negotiations with Spain and reached the independence of Morocco, Sultan Ben Jussef is acclaimed stormy. Drive through the city crowd. Pageant. Ben Jussef waving from balconies.

04. London: Belgian week flags. The Belgian Transport Minister and Mayor blow Gockeln balcony pigeons. Belgian soldier band marches on. The statue of Brussels "Manneken piss" is revealed.

05. Vienna: Fire of the stock market breakdown of new German newsreel 325 / 2: Fire At night. Flames beat out building. Unloading operations. Onlookers.

06. United States: missile weapons breakdown from new German newsreels 325/3: the Sparrow: small missile with radar control is shot down by aircraft and meets the target aircraft. Crash and impact. The Sain: large missile is fired. Help rockets fall off. A rocket explodes on impact in the vicinity of the camera.

07. Rome: jugglers juggling circus performer with flaming torches. Artist in the rubber Act smokes.

08 Switzerland: World's largest private jewelry collection of precious stones and jewellery. The hope diamond.

9th Holland: Ballet School of dance training. Exercise of classical positions at the Barre. Appearance of the Opera Ballet Pas de Deux and force.

10 Tokyo: table tennis World Championships game on many tables in big Halle. Singles and doubles. Ogimura / Japan WINS in singles and is world champion. Game Conny Freundorfer, which wins against players from Hong Kong, but not coming in the final round. Japan is the most successful nation.

11 Koblenz: Challenge Germany - Poland breakdown from new German newsreels 325/9 7:9: onslaught of the teams and Sabre greeting. Banners Exchange. Fencing, Gnaier / Germany, against Rydz / Poland. Gnaier WINS. Sabre Stratmann / Germany, against Zablocki / Poland. Stratmann WINS. In the overall standings, Poland won 9-7.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Die Begum; Gockeln; Jussef, Mohammed Ben; Kelly, Grace; Mohammed V. von Marokko; Orfei, Nandino; Monaco von, Rainier; Freundorfer, Conny; Gnaier, Paul; Ogimura, Ischiro; Rydz; Strathmann; Zablocki

Places

Rome; Hamburg; Vienna; Tetuan; Monaco; United States; Switzerland; Holland; Düsseldorf; Koblenz; Tokyo; Tetouan

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Craft; Higher education; Children; Fencing; Fire; Fire Brigade; Political events; Rockets; Satellite; Shipping; Jewelry; Schools, training; Sports details, fouls; Dance; Animals (except dogs); table tennis; Cultural events; Engagement; space; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; Architecture; Exhibitions; Fire brigade; 18 finding book world in the picture

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Welt im Bild 199/1956

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
18.04.1956
Year of Production:
1956

Credits

Origin:
Title: Camera look of craft in Hamburg: Seib wedding Monaco origin: Eclair, Pathé journal Sultan Ben Yousseff in Tetuan origin: No. do Belgian week in Düsseldorf camera: Basic, food man Exchange fire in Vienna origin: Austria rockets origin: Metro circus in Rome origin: iNcom Diamond collection origin: Cine journal Ballet origin: Polygoon sports table tennis World Championships origin: Asahi news fencing: Poland Germany camera: Essmann, basic final

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Grace Kelly’s 90th Birthday (* November 12, 1929)

Her life seemed like a fairy tale, mythologized by her early death: a cult of worship surrounds Grace Kelly to this day. 

The daughter of a respectable family discovers her passion for acting while still in school, where she stars in several plays. She goes on to study acting at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and get her first paycheck from working as a model. After graduating she participates in several stage and film productions before making a breakthrough in 1952 with “High Noon” directed by Fred Zinneman. She goes on to make three films with Alfred Hitchcock: “Dial M for Murder”, “Rear Window” and “To Catch a Thief”. By her mid-twenties Grace Kelly is Hitchcock’s favourite aloof blonde heroine as well as one of America’s great character actresses. In 1955 she receives a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for best actress in a leading role for her performance in “The Country Girl”.

When she attends the Cannes Film Festival she meets Prince Rainier III of Monaco. They get married in 1956 and have three children. With a heavy heart Princess Grace Patricia of Monaco, her new official name, gives up her acting career. From now on she only performs her representative duties as a princess. When Hitchcock offers her the leading role in “Marnie” six years after her glamorous wedding she first accepts but then has to withdraw due to the pressure from the public of the principality of Monaco, which leaves her extremely disappointed.    

Shortly before her 53rd birthday she dies in the aftermath of a car accident, the details of which have never been entirely solved. 

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