UFA-Wochenschau 100/1958 24.06.1958
01 focus Mediterranean - civil war in the Lebanon of UN Secretary General Dag Hammerskjöld in President Schamun in Beirut. Soldiers in the streets. The United Arab Republic supported the revolt of the rebels against the pro-Western course of Government Schamun. Roadblocks. Men with guns.
(28 m 2) United States: State visit Heuss breakdown from NDW 439/2: Heuss in the Gran Canyon. Indians show their dances. Heuss claps. Heuss at the Cowboys from Arizona. Heuss was appointed the Honorary Sheriff. Ride in a horse-drawn carriage, accompanied by horsemen. Heuss on Ranch. Cowboys catch calf with Lasso. Rodeo.
(42 m) 03 Spain: shooting of Wild West movie Indian village and Western rider.
(24 m) 4th Rome: Mammutfilm Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer great filming. Image of a Roman arena. Racing by horse-drawn carriage.
(24 m) 5th Beijing's new face Beijing's cityscape. Cyclists. Bus. Traffic COP. Street vendors. Business expenses. Pedestrians with dog. Schoolchildren at sports in the schoolyard. Hunting flies the schoolchildren. Workers during construction work. Mao Tse Tung in workers. Choo en Lei uses the shovel. Giant buildings and ancient temples. Young pioneers. Fireworks.
(59 m) 06 beauty farm Tegernsee Gertraud Gruber massaged customer. Exercise in the open air. Beauty mask.
(21 m) 7th Baden Baden: the Miss Germany election breakdown from NDW 439 / 4: legs go on the catwalk. Beauty queens in swimsuit on the catwalk. Audience clapping. Give big. Beauty queens in the evening dress on the catwalk. Miss is Marlies Behrend, Miss Munich, 19 years, Germany. Photographers.
(14 m) 8 Poland: gliding world championship glider will be helicopter high towed. Glider pilots in the sky. Landing. Brake parachute inflates. Ernst Günther Haase WINS target Flight 93 km of Lissa Ostrow and speed test.
(25 m) 9 Hamburg: German Derby breakdown from NDW 439/6: viewers in Horn. False start. Horse galloped across behind the field. 2. False start with disabilities. 3. false start. 4. time delay start. Thiudar leads. In the curve, poachers rides forward. Spectators and spectator great. Ocean under Hein Bollow forges ahead in the final stretch. Poachers under Werner Gassmann, winning horse between mould and with Jockey Werner Gassmann and owner WINS after a head to head race. Here: Minister Schröder looks great through binoculars.
(37 m) 10 Sweden: World Cup: second round Malmö: Germany - Yugoslavia 1-0 breakdown of NDW 439/8: game scenes. Ball rolls on the empty misses. Spectators close to half. Fritz Walter and Uwe Seeler in the storm. In the 12th minute shoots 0 cheering the 1: Rahn from difficult angles next to the gate. German defence is attack the Yugoslavs. 2nd half: Kick-off Yugoslavia. Herberger's instructions, forward, forward. Schmidt-Rahn-Seeler. Saeed has an effort on goal. Goalkeeper keeps. Fritz Walter storms. Ball close to the misses. Szymaniak hits post. Fritz Walter's shaking hands with the Yugoslav captain after the game. Football viewers with transparencies: world champion is this year the German Elf is obvious--it would be don't laughed, if Germany is not the winner.
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Bollow, Hein; Behrend, Marlies; Ferrer, Mel; Gruber, Gertraud; Hammarskjöld, Dag; Hepburn, Audrey; Heuss, Theodor; Tse Tung, Mao; Schamun; Schröder, Gerhard; Lai, Tschu en; Weiser, Grete; Gassmann, Werner; Haase, Ernst Günter; Herberger, Sepp; Rahn, Helmut; Seeler, Uwe; Szymaniak; Schaefer; Schmidt, Alfred; Walter, Fritz
Sachindex Wochenschauen; cameramen, cameramen; filmmaking; Football; Photographers; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Rodeo; beauty care; beauty pageants; Schools, training; gliding, flying, free balloon; sports audience, sports spectator; sporting events; Townscapes: Asia; Dance; Unrest; hotspots; Landscapes; Transport: General; Foreign policy events; transport
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand unrest in the Lebanon origin: vis news Heuss in United States (Arizona) camera: Luppa filming in Spain origin: No.-do film Ben Hur origin: SEDI life in Beijing: opening origin: Gaumont life in Beijing: people origin: Gaumont life in Beijing: construction site origin: Gaumont life in Beijing: Temple origin: Gaumont "Beauty farm" on the Tegernsee camera: Rau Wahl Miss Germany in Baden-Baden camera: strong, Brandes 7 glider Weltmeistersch. / Poland origin: Polkronika German Derby at Hamburg-Horn camera: Seib, Pahl, Jürgens, Schuster football: Germany-Jugosl. i. Malmö origin: UFA E end brand
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