UFA-Wochenschau 116/1958 14.10.1958

Synopsis

01 Pope + breakdown from NDW 455/1-here other interfaces In the life review: as a spectator at handball. Receptions of Heuss. "Painting Pius Pius actuality peace among peoples". Bells are ringing. Review: Pius as Apostolic Nuncio in Germany of 1917-1939 Coronation as Pope. Highlights of his papacy. 1 proclamation of the dogma of the assumption Mary's original sound. 2. canonization by Pope Pius X. aerial view of St. Peter's square of full of people. Heuss at Pius. Pius and children. Held in litter and blesses crowd. People cheering. Apostolic blessing given actuality. Castel Gandolfo. Lying in State. Funeral procession move the coffin in Rome. Prayer quote in English: 'that help those father call you... Give peace oh Lord in our days. "Peace the souls of peace the families, peace the country..."
(91 m) 02. Hungary: Yehudi Menuhin in the children of music school little girl be before Menuhin. Menuhin plays the children on his Stradivarius. Children clap.
(24 m) 03. Festival for contemporary music: Svetoslav Richter Svetoslav Richter plays from the 5th piano concerto of Prokofiev in the final at the Festival of contemporary music. Listeners applaud.
(14 m) 04 Düsseldorf: exhibition of the Dada Professor Richter and Man Ray as the founder of Dadaism in the exhibition. Painting. Protest against the destruction of world of war and robots of reason of Dadaism was born in the 1920s. Eye as a metronome. Robot.
(46 m) 05. Cologne: exhibition of works of French sculptor in the Gallery Czwiklitzer contemporary sculptures. Jean Tinuely shows 4-dimensional plastic with a rotating body on the black circle. David Gargallo. Atom man from Matta. The great Orpheus by Ossip Zadkine, intended for the Cologne Opera.
(46 m) 06. California: new equipment for the introduction of the fruit harvest aircraft spraying pesticides. The plant collector collects windfalls. Fruit is lifted. Apples fall into screens tense up. Fruits are transported on a conveyor belt.
07. United States (42 m): mechanization a) runs from assembly-line automobile. Seats can be swivelled out when boarding. b) automatic money changers: currency is inserted. Change falling out of vending machines.
(42 m) 8th United States: exit of the nuclear submarine Seawolf breakdown from NDW 455 / 4: submarine appears before the long Iceland Sund after scuba diving by 2 months ä a new diving record.

9th United States: Pioneer home breakdown from NDW 455/5 moon rocket: rocket on the launch pad. Start At night. Rocket not reached their goal. laid back but 1/3 of the way to the moon. Largest test flight of a rocket.
(14 m) 10 Warsaw: Athletics international match Poland - Germany draw Javelin: Sampson / Poland, WINS with 78,46 m. high jump: Theo Püll won with 2.06 m 100 m hurdles: Martin Lauer WINS in 13.9 seconds. prior to Bert stone. Viewers filling picture. 100 m run: start and run: Manfred Germar WINS in 10.7 seconds. before cliff. People waving handkerchiefs. 800 m run: start and run. In the Sprint WINS Paul Schmidt / Germany, 1.48,4 minutes before the favourite Makomaski. Audience clapping. Paul Schmidt, great.
(33 m) 11 Warsaw: cycling the smallest breakdown from NDW 455 / 7: boys will cycle around the bet. Little boy goes behind and cries. The girls race. Little winner with Teddy bear.
(19 m) 12 Bremen: Federal tournament to determine of the most skilled driver test track ride. Estimate distances. Hold down the mountain. Parking in close gap. Drive track lane. Meeting a rectangle with the front wheel. Victory ride of winner Walter Weber. Congratulations.
(35 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Heuss, Theodor; Pius XII.; Ray, Man; Richter, Annegret; Richter, Svetoslav; Weber, Walter; Fütterer, Heinz; Germar, Manfred; Lauer, Martin; Makomaski; Püll, Theo; Sidlo, Januß; Schmidt, Paul; Steines, Bert; Menuhin, Yehudi

Places

United States; Düsseldorf; California; Hungary; Warsaw; Bremen; Cologne; France; Damascus; Vatican

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Children; Harvest; Musical events; cycling, cycle ball; Rockets; Reviews; Satellite; Shipping; Deaths, funerals; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Art; Athletics, jogging, fun run; space; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Atom; Exhibitions; finance; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 116/1958

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.10.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Title brand transfer d. Pope typically St. Peter's Basilica origin: iNcom Pope disease (19 years pontificate) origin: SEDI Pope disease origin: iNcom death of Pope origin: iNcom death of Pope origin: iNcom death of the Pope origin: SEDI Pope lying in State, hearses origin: SEDI burial d. Pope's origin: Incom Yehudi Menuhin i. Hungarian Musiksch.
Origin: Hungarian int. Musikfest i. Warsaw Svetosl. RI.
Origin: Polkronika Düsseld. Kunstausstellg. Dadaism camera: Basic 4-dimension. Sculptures (Gallery Cziklitz) camera: basic mechanical fruit harvest United States origin: Metro Ourthe. Ausstellg. Schädlingsbek.
"" Origin: Metro car factory, Dodge 1959 United States origin: Metro automatic money changers United States origin: Metro submarine "Seewolf" 60 days unt. Water source: Metro American Moon rocket "Pioneer" 124000 km origin: Metro athlete.-Länderk. Germany / Poland origin: Polkronika 1 and 2. Day origin: Polkronika kids bike racing origin: Polkronika skill driving Bremen (ADAC) camera: Seib, students final brand

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