UFA-Wochenschau 133/1959 10.02.1959

Synopsis

01 visit by US Secretary of State Dulles Bonn: aircraft rolls out - 4 propeller - Dulles and wife coming down the stairs. Welcome by Adenauer and of Brentano. Adenauer with welcoming speech before microphones. Dulles, great. Felix von Eckart. Journalists write. Main topic: Berlin. Wave.
(16 m) 02 United States: Willy Brandt and wife Rut Brandt in the United States aircraft rolls out. Brandt and wife coming down stairs. Greeting. Close-up of Brandt.
(13 m) 03 air disaster on the East River plane missed runway from La Guardia and was plunged into the East River. Crane for recovery work. Of 72 passengers, only 8 were recovered alive. Recovery from dead.
(22 m) 04. London: navigation help for Jet engines navigation device for the Comet IV. cockpit. Electronic records.
(18 m) 05. conversion of Bremen (ex Pasteur) model of the passenger vessel. The 32000 tonnes vessel at the shipyard.

06. Rosenmontag parades Berlin: car with figures. Bonn-Berlin, 2 that belong together. New York: Parade of bands. Decorated car. Munich: rocket car. Bust Lady. You would have to be 20 again. Cologne: Swaying, confetti, de Gaulle and Adenauer. Ash Wednesday. Herring and cucumber. Kehraus.
(78 m) 07 Braunlage: skiing on the zone boundary sign: zone border stop! Cross-country skiing run along the barbed wire.
(13 m) 08 France: ski school for blind children ski school for blind children on skis, go down the Hill.
(22 m) 09 Garmisch. Arlberg Kandahar ski racing men's slalom: various runners. Abdul-Latif Moiterer runs. It wins Karl Schranz / Austria. Abdul-Latif Moiterer congratulates. Men's downhill: falls from 89 runners plunge 38. dangerous falls. Canadian John Semmeling plunges to death. It wins Karl Schranz, great.
(50 m) 10 Davos: figure skating European Championships (women's) breakdown of NDW 472/7 - here shorter: Kürlauf Ina Bauer, who ran the best freestyle, but could not close the gap from the obligation. It is 4. Kürlauf Hanna Walter / Austria. She is European champion. Award ceremony.
(28 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bauer, Ina; Adenauer, Konrad; Brandt, Ruth; Brandt, Willy; Dulles, John Foster; Eckardt von, Felix; Molterer, Anderl; Schranz, Karl; Walter, Hanna

Places

London; New York; Antarctica; Germany; Berlin; Australia; Bonn; United States; Davos; Garmisch-Partenkirchen; Cologne; Cologne-Wahn

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Ice skating, art running; Border DDR/BRD, borders; Carnival; Disasters; Carnival; fire protection; Fire Brigade; aircraft; natural disasters; Radar; Shipping; Ships; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Medicine; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; Fire brigade; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 133/1959

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
10.02.1959
Year of Production:
1959

Credits

Origin:
Title brand of Dulles in Bonn (arrival) camera: reason Willy Brandt and wife in the United States, arriving origin: Metro air disaster b. New York origin: Metro air traffic control f. Comet IV origin: Pathé news rebuilding D. "BREMEN" (formerly PASTEUR) camera: students Rosenmontag parades in Berlin + Mainz + Munich + Cologne camera: Seib, Hafner, reason, Pahl sen.

Skiing a. d. zone boundary (Braunlage) camera: Seib ski school for blind children origin: Gaumont Arlberg-Kandahar ski race camera: Luppa, Rau, Hafner, figure skating, Europameistersch, fire. Women's camera: strong end brand

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