UFA-Wochenschau 114/1958 30.09.1958


01 Cologne: Photokina 1958 cameramen to film cameras and camera lenses are great. Heuss as exhibition visitors. Bauer camera. Leitz. Demonstration machine is running. Hydraulic stand. Ampex unit for magnetic recording. The laughing camera - - big man and little boy go side by side with hands on his back - post mail box, in shield to the toilets - plucked chickens hang out good snapshots on leash, including shield men - 2 monkey Ludo man you play non - motorcyclists with bare butt - laughing Heuss - dog lifts leg on vegetable stand - police car, in addition to line small ass. Adenauer with cylinder and closed eye.
(43 m) 02. Formosa: tactical maneuver of flying leather jackets American missile squadron in the vicinity of Taiwan. Riders run to their aircraft. Start maneuvers the aircraft to defence.
(10 m) 03 Beijing: anti-United States demonstration about 3 million Chinese rally against the United States. Fists are clenched.
(10 m) 04. Moscow: honorary doctorate for the coloured singer Paul Robeson award the honorary doctorate on Paul Robeson. Clapping. Paul Robeson sings hymns.
(12 m) 05 Elvis Presley in Germany train is in the station. In door, Elvis Presley is a soldier. Waving fans. Elvis Presley's duffel bag on his shoulder. Girl reach out hands at event.
(11 m) 06. France: referendum for the new Constitution de Gaulle breakdown from NDW 453/2: election posters. Voters for choice. Colombey-les-deux-eglises. De Gaulle makes his voice. Election in Algeria and in overseas French territories. Guinea, West Africa, rejects new Constitution, otherwise mostly a 'yes'. In mainland France, over 80% select for de Gaulle.
(23 m) 07. England: misfortune on aircraft carrier of Victoriuos airplane flies to the landing. Tethers snap. Plane crashes into the water. Pilot can not extricate itself from the uptight pulpit. Helicopter flies to. Savior will be lowered on a rope. Plane sinks before pilot can be freed.
(23 m) 8th United States: Hell drivers of Michigan breakdown from NDW 453/13: Devil driver with dangerous jumps over obstacles. Driving in close four convoy. Figure driving around each other. Man rises behind the obstacle. Ride on your bike over obstacles. Man Get up obstacle. Car passes on two wheels. 8B) (19 m) drying of cars (14 m) 9 Scotland Yard - fight crime meeting of police chiefs from 42 countries to combat crime. Evidence be kept in evidence of crimes. Money, stolen goods, bicycles. Tracks customer in German detective school in Hildesheim, Germany. Test of typewriter with magnifying glass. Prepared coins traces. Backup of footprints by pouring with plaster.
(64 m) 10 Frankfurt: junior school for photo models boy girl go with Apple on head over small ladder. Gymnastics. Practice of screen clamping and standing in Poznań. Fashion photographer photographed. (36 m) 11 St. Ingbert: German Championships in the skating routine by Marika Kilius. Winner of the ladies. Freestyle winner in pair skating Rita Blumenberg and Werner Mensching.
(24 m) 12 box training camp Bubi Scholz breakdown from NDW 453/10 - here without Charles Humez: review: Paris: friendship fight Charles Humez - Bubi Scholz, the humez won. Charles Humez the Sandbag and training combat training with head protection. Bubi Scholz forest run at Wannsee. Gymnastics, exercises. Small deer in the training camp will eat from Bowl and chomping HUF "toi, toi, toi".
(24 m) 13 Hamburg: heavyweight boxing: Albert Westphal defeated by technical knockout Gong beat Heinz Neuhaus. Shock Exchange. Westphal is superior boxing. As a spectator Hein ten Hoff. Referee of battered Neuhaus studied after 5 rounds. Neuhaus is struggling with a bleeding face. Fight is stopped in the 6th round.
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Blumenberg, Rita ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Heuss, Theodor ; Presley, Elvis ; Robson, Paul ; Kilius, Marika ; Mensching, Werner ; Neuhaus, Heinz ; Scholz, Gustav ; Hoff ten, Hein ; Westphal, Albert ; Robeson, Paul


Cologne ; Friedberg ; Beijing ; Moskau ; England ; Michigan ; Formosa ; Hildesheim, Germany ; Frankfurt ; France ; Hamburg ; St. Ingbert ; Berlin


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Demonstrations ; Justice ; cameramen, cameramen ; Disasters ; Medals, awards, honors ; Photographers ; Skating ; Schools, training ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Unrest ; automotive engineering, automotive ; automotive industry ; hotspots ; Maneuver ; Crime ; Elections ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; transport


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UFA-Wochenschau 114/1958

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Title brand Photokina in Cologne (interview Interior Minister Schröder) 1958 camera: Stoll, Formosa, (flying Leathernecks) origin: Metro Beijing: Massendemonstrat. against America origin: DEFA Moscow: Paul Robeson is Honorary origin: DEFA Elvis Presley exit n. Deutschld.
Origin: Metro Paris: 5th Republic, de Gaulle origin: Eclair accident a. an aircraft carrier / English origin: Pathe news hell drivers United States origin: Metro drying v. cars d. i. water fell origin: Polygoon Interpol Scotland/Yard origin: Pathe news photo model school i. Frankfurt camera: student St. Ingbert: dt. Rollschuhmeistersch.
Camera: Strong, Luppa B. Scholz trained m. humez f. combat camera: Pahl boxes: Westphal/Neuhaus k. o. i. Hbg. camera: Stoll, Seib final brand

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80. Geburtstag von Elvis Presley am 8. Januar

Mit frivolem Hüftschwung, verwegener Haartolle und vibrierender Stimme versetzt er die Jugend einer ganzen Generation in Ekstase – und deren gestrenge Sittenwächter in Angst und Schrecken. In der so prüden wie hysterischen McCarthy-Ära ist Elvis Presley der Inbegriff der Rebellion, der sexuellen und musikalischen Provokation. Mit seinen Anleihen bei Rhythm & Blues, Country und Gospel bricht er nicht nur die Grenzen der Genres, sondern auch zwischen schwarzer und weißer Musik auf. Nach seinem ersten Nummer-eins-Hit „Heartbreak Hotel" gelingt ihm eine Karriere der Superlative: Mit über einer Milliarde verkaufter Tonträger ist der King of Rock'n'Roll der erfolgreichste Solokünstler aller Zeiten. In den dreiundzwanzig Jahren seines Schaffens nimmt er über siebenhundert Songs auf, spielt in über dreißig Filmen und gibt abertausende Konzerte. Er ist für vierzehn Grammys nominiert, erhält als bis dahin jüngster Künstler den Lifetime Achievement Award und ist in gleich fünf Halls of Fame vertreten. Songs wie „Love me Tender", „Blue Moon", „In the Ghetto" und „Always on my Mind" katapultieren ihn in den ewigen Pophimmel. Mit nur 42 Jahren lässt ihn sein von Einsamkeit, Krankheit und Medikamentenmissbrauch angeschlagenes Herz im Stich. Doch sein Vermächtnis wird bis heute von zahllosen Imitatoren und Graceland-Pilgern am Leben erhalten. Der King ist tot, es lebe der King!

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