UFA-Wochenschau 101/1958 02.07.1958
01 Berlin Film Festival runs from propeller. At the airfield, Michi Tanaka welcomes guests. Great Jean Marais, on arrival. On airplane stairs Paul Douglas and Jan Sterling from Hollywood. Walt Disney with flowers and Giulietta Massina. Film Festival Poster: The window to the world. Flags. Fans wait in the rain. Opening of the Congress Hall. Police hold back fans. Arrival of curd of Jürgens with Simone Bicheron. Willy Brandt delivers opening speech production sound: "I, ladies and gentlemen, convinced that the 8th International Film Festival will contribute for the development of not only of film art and film industry, but also the understanding of the peoples and the we all longed-for world of peace are used be." Rendezvous of the stars on the stage with curd of Jürgens, Ingrid Andree, Winnie Markus, Hannes Messemer, drinking brotherhood with Japanese. Nadja Tiller in the arms of Walter Giller. Axel Ambesser speaks interview to the "women's film": "you will see perhaps a slightly melancholy train around her bright smiling mouth, a little Sorgenfalte, but you will admit it that she more interesting looks this way. And you will realize she's gone in the width, but it suits her, I find it really. She has put some color of course of course because small television can't do that and there's not sure also still fits. And above all the shapes have become very much plastic, and that's what we men on the mature women love so much." The beginnings of the film: Film is shot with the hand. Old movies in the cinema with Harald Lloyd on houses facade. Gustav Fröhlich and Dorothea Wieck, Oscar Marion, Renate Müller, Reinhold Schünzel, Greta Garbo, Ralph Arthur Roberts, La Jana, Paul Wegener, Eugen Klöpfer, Henry George and Emil Jannings as Mephisto. The talkies began then. Zarah Leander sings "and even a miracle will happen ´ '. Paul Hörbiger conducts. The Prize distribution: Interior Minister Schröder speaks interview: "I believe to have found a cultural nation no longer comes around as such even by the movie to identify themselves, and that therefore the promotion of good film is a task of the public understanding." The Golden hiking Bowl receives the producer Ilse Kubaschewski for the film, and at night as the Devils came. Best actor of Hannes Messemer of newcomer of the year: Mario Adorf best female supporting role: Annemarie Düringer best actress: Lieselotte Pulver Lieselotte Pulver is traced from reporters in her hotel room and she closes the door. A cameraman filming lies in her bed. Carlos Thompson visited Sabine Sinjen at the patient's bedside. Recorded interview: "I am now not so perfect cyclist and wanted to try it, since I was now just before the shooting, and hop on the bike and I flew down even zack." Carlos Thompson knocks on the leg in plaster. Wine tasting at the House of rhus with the Kessler twins, Paul Klinger and Lilli Palmer, Bernhard Wicky, Mario Adorf, R. A. Stemmle and Helmut Käutner. Grete Weiser sits on the radio and listens to the football World Cup (195 m) 02. Stockholm: to the football World Cup final: Brazil - Sweden 5-2 breakdown from NDW 440/10: after 4 minutes Sweden leads 1-0 by Liedholm. Cheering spectators. After another 4 minutes, the compensation is done by Vava. Brazilians fouls throughout Sweden. This is 2:1 by Vava in the 32nd minute. Man rips disappointed on his shirt collar. Disappointed spectator. 2nd half: The Brazilian ball artists show a superior game. Pelé shoots the 3:1, Zagallo it 4-1. From Argentine position 2. Goal for Sweden and in the final minute beheads Pele the 5:2 victory lap of the Brazilian players and handing-over of the Cup. Advertisement: AEG. the following section (52 m) Festival programme in Germany Hall with Kurt Engel on the xylophone, Hannelore Crmer sings "I 'm" crazy for you. Gitta Lind sings. The Valerie shows a parody of Jonny Ray trio. Vico Torriani singing "Grazie, Grazie". Match Fireworks. Fireworks.
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Adorf, Mario; Ambesser von, Axel; Andree, Ingrid; Bicheron, Simone; Brandt, Willy; Cramer, Hannelore; Disney, Walt; Douglas, Paul; Düringer, Annemarie; Engel, Kurt; Fröhlich, Gustav; Garbo, Greta; George, Heinrich; Giller, Walter; Hörbiger, Paul; Jana la; Jannings, Emil; Jürgens, Curd; Käutner, Helmut; Kessler, Alice; Klinger, Paul; Klöpfer, Eugen; Kubaschewski, Ilse; Leander, Zarah; Lind, Gitta; Loyd, Harald; Marion, Oskar; Markus, Winnie; Massina, Guiletta; Messemer, Hannes; Müller, Renate; Palmer, Lilli; Pulver, Lieselotte; Roberts, Ralph Arthur; Sinjen, Sabine; Schröder, Gerhard; Schüler, Richard; Schünzel, Reinhold; Stemmle, R. A.; Tanaka, Michiko; Thompson, Carlos; Tiller, Nadja; Torreani, Vico; Torriani, Vico; Valerie-Trio; Wegener, Paul; Weiser, Grete; Wicky, Bernhard; Wieck, Dorothea; Zimmermann, Christian; Liedholm; Pele; Vava; Zagallo
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Flags; Fireworks; filmmaking; Football; Musical events; Reviews; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sports advertisement; sporting events; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Sports honors; transport
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- Title brand arrival of the film festival guests Eröffn. d. Festsp., Congress Hall/Brandt camera: Pahl, pupil star parade and Senate reception camera: Pahl, student Axel von Ambesser camera: Pahl, student pictures: Lloyd origin: archive pictures: from cheerful origin: archive pictures: from Müller to Schunzel origin: archive pictures: from Wegener to Gösta Ekmann origin: archive pictures: Zarah Leander prizes camera: Pahl, student Liselotte Pulver in the hotel camera: Pahl, student Sabine Sinjen and wine tasting camera : Pahl, student Grete Weiser b. d. transmission d. football Weltmeistersch. in Stockh.
Brazil Sweden origin: UFA E Festprog. i. d. Germany-Hall and Waldbühne camera: Pahl, students final brand
Liselotte Pulver’s 90th Birthday (* October 11, 1929)
In the 1950s the actress Liselotte Pulver captures the hearts of the audiences with her happy-go-lucky laughter. It is especially her comedic performance in films such as “I often think of Piroschka”“ or “The Spessart Inn” that make her one of the most popular film stars in the so-called German economic miracle years. Born 1929 into an old-established family in Bern (Switzerland) Pulver attends business school before enrolling at the local acting school. After landing several small roles in the city theatre of Bern she gets a steady gig with the Schauspielhaus (“play house”) in Zurich, where she attracts attention with her performances in classic as well as modern plays. Soon she gets hired to star in films, such as “The White Hell of Pitz Palu”, co-starring Josef Albers. While the versatile actress is quickly typecast as the “cheeky girl” she also personifies particularly complex roles in films like “The Buddenbrooks” by Alfred Weidenmann” or “A Glass of Water” by Helmut Käutner. Her starring role in Douglas Sirk’s film version of Remarque’s “A Time to Love and a Time to Die” lead to her international breakthrough. Billy Wilder casts her in the screwball comedy “One, Two, Three” in which she plays the secretary Ingeborg. The scene where she dances on the table is legendary. Lilo Pulver also acts in French productions. One of her most splendid performances is in Jacques Rivette’s film “The Nun.” Contractual or health restrictions force her to decline other tempting foreign film offers, such as “Ben Hur”, “El Cid” or “The Troops from St. Tropez”, much to Pulver’s regret. From the 1970s on she makes only rare appearances on the big screen and on television. Her comeback role happens to be the character “Lilo” in the German produced segments of the children’s TV show “Sesame Street”, where she was active from 1978-1985. In 2012 she finally retires from acting.
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