UFA-Wochenschau 49/1957 02.07.1957

Synopsis

01 Australia: 2 dolphins swimming with people in swimming pool swimming pool for humans and dolphins. Playing with the ball. Little girl feeding with fish. Jumps of the dolphins out of the water when feeding.

02. London: Conference of the Commonwealth States breakdown from NDW 388 / 2: McMillan go next to Nehru. Prime Minister of 10 Commonwealth States. Head of State of Ghana Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, great. Group Portrait. Nehru, great.

03. Paris: student demonstrations students call for the care of old student traditions and impede traffic by sit-down strike. The usage and armed policemen. Fire splash with hoses and dissolves Assembly.

04. Brussels: Preparing for the World Exposition site on the grounds. The Atomium in the model and in the building.

05. Amsterdam: Jewels exhibition shadow a wake up policeman on lighter wall, jewelry worth more than $8 million in showcases. The symbol of the United Nations laid out with 5000 diamonds. The hope diamond in the values of more than 4 million DM.

06. Baden Baden: Election of Miss Europe applicants in a bathing suit on the catwalk. Gerti daub as Miss Germany. Applicants in the traditional look of their countries. Dutch as Meisje. Appearance in evening dress. Miß Holland Corine Rott Schäfer will miss Europe. Margit Nünke, Miss Europe 1956 congratulates them. Margaritoff, great.

07. Hamburg: 3 British sailors go visit the aircraft carrier Ocean in Hamburg on land. 1 sailor visited Hagenbecks Tierpark. He fondles Lama, considered the progressive flamingos and feeding the elephants. 1 sailor frequented Museum and 1 sailor dances in planned and Bale with girls. Under of Felix Graf von Luckner visited the aircraft carrier and visited the ship on the side of the master. Count Luckner tearing thick telephone book with his hands. The aircraft carrier moves out. On the deck under the banner, 3 sailors wave to a girl at the wharf.

08-Berlin Film Festival of stars at the coffee table with Hertha steel. They spread apple strudel. Rudolf Vogel at dinner apple strudel. Renate Holm served Berliner Weiße. Prost. Film ball (from NDW 388/6). Eddie Constantin at the dance, Grete Weiser, Rudolf Vogel, Romy Schneider and Karl Heinz Böhm. Ingrid Andree powder her face, Marianne Koch. Walter Giller and Nadja Tiller kiss. Romy Schneider film ball with Horst Buchholz. Finally, Bibi sing Johns and Kenneth Spencer (original sound).

09 Berlin: Boxes to the German Middleweight Championship Bubi Scholz beats Peter Müller k.o. breakdown from NDW 388/11 (shorter here). Ladies in the audience including Helga Scholz. O. E. Hasse himself wipes sweat from his brow. Gong beat. Violently attacking Peter Müller, Bubi Scholz counters wisely. In the third round, Scholz covers Müller on the ropes with hard hits. Peter Müller shoots to the ground, stand up Right away reeling again, and staggers confused through the ring. Referee counts. Miller turns the fight and goes down Right away again. Towel thrown Peter Müller will be counted. Peter Müller sits smashed in his corner. Berlin prominence, including O.E.. hate and movie stars gossip below. Bubi Scholz with flowers and wreath.

10 Hamburg: German Derby elegant ladies in the audience. Jockeys on the scale. Pull the starting numbers. Jockeys sit on. Lead ring favorite porch with Jockey Starosta. Start. Horses in the arc. Narcissus leads. Running in the home straight. Mayor Sieveking takes up binoculars. In the Middle, Orsini, the 21 year old Lester Pigott forges ahead and WINS with half-length front windscreen and Utrillo. Lester Pigott is congratulated on the fifth place by the owners Stud Ravensberg Baroness and Baron Thyssen.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Andree, Ingrid; Böhm, Karl Heinz; Constantin, Eddie; Daub, Gerti; Giller, Walter; Hasse, Otto Ernst; Holm, Renate; Johns, Bibi; Jones, Bibi; Knef, Hildegard; Luckner von, Felix; McMillan, Harold; Margaritoff; Nehru, Indira; Nkrumah, Kwame; Nünke, Margit; Rottschäfer, Corine; Sieveking, Kurt; Spencer, Kenneth; Schneider, Magda; Stahl, Hertha; Thyssen; Tiller, Nadja; Vogel, Rudolf; Weiser, Grete; Müller, Peter; Piggot, Lester; Scholz, Gustav; Starosta

Places

Brussels; Amsterdam; Paris; Berlin; Australia; Hamburg; Baden-Baden; London

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Demonstrations; filmmaking; Leisure, recreation; Political events; Police; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; Jewelry; beauty pageants; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Animals (except dogs); UN; Holiday; Zoo, Wildlife Park; Exhibitions; Sports honors; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 49/1957

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
02.07.1957
Year of Production:
1957

Credits

Origin:
Title brand: Swimming pool for humans and dolphins origin: Cine sound Conference d. Commonwealth min. President.
Origin: Pathe news student demonstrations in Paris origin: Gaumont Vorbereitg. e.g. Weltausstellg. 58 Brussels origin: Belgavox diamond exhibition Amsterdam origin: Polygoon election of Miß Europe 1957 Baden-Baden camera: strong 3 British Jan Maat in Hamburg camera: student Felix Graf von Luckner on the "Ocean" VII. Berlinale (II.)

German Derby 57 Hbg.-Horn (Piggot m. Orsini) camera: Stoll, Luppa, reason, students final mark:

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