UFA-Wochenschau 138/1959 17.03.1959

Synopsis

01 trouble spot Middle East - Iraq: mass demonstrations in Baghdad Prime Minister Kassem is celebrated after suppression of revolt against him. President of Nasser is accused of having supported the revolt. Symbolic gallows.
(14 m) 02 Hawaii - 50th state of the United States Palm trees. Surfer. Different population groups. The production of sugar. Children of many skin colors in school.
(20 m) 03. Virginia: missile test site for amateurs breakdown from NDW 477/7 - here shorter: amateurs build missile bases and firing small rockets in the air.
(10 m) 04. West Berlin: inauguration of a nuclear research institute sign: Hahn Meitner Institute for nuclear research. Rooms. The nuclear reactor. Monitor hand foot control of radioactive rays for the staff.
(16 m) 05 West Berlin: organ builder Richard Töpfer 89-jähriger in his workshop, the last of an extinct crafts. Reel spins. Organ-grinder goes through Berlin.
(23 m) 06. Reconstruction in Berlin construction work at Schloß Bellevue, the Berlin residence of the Federal President and the Reichstag, one day to be seat of the German Parliament again.
(10 m) 07. Hamburg: fish market barges in the port are cleared. Operating on the fish market with pigeons, rabbits. Piglet is inserted into bag.
(17 m) 08 Hesse: return Stork Stork building its nest on a tall chimney. Fish are raised. Stork eats.
(15 m) 09 Karlsruhe: Bambi Awards Mercedes reverses. Lieselotte Pulver gets out: people crowd behind a barrier. On arrival: Hans Jörg Felmy, O. W. Fischer, Lieselotte powder, Peter Krauss, Sonja Ziemann. Awards: Most popular newcomer be Hans Jörg Felmy and Sabine Sinjen. The other winners: Ruth Leuwerik, O. W. Fischer, Gina Lollobrigida.
(26 m) 10 North Rhine-Westphalia: annual general meeting of the Economic Association of movie theater breakdown from NDW 477/1 - shorter here: sign to wall equal chances In the competition. It speaks the Finance Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia Dr. Sträther original sound: "also the amusement tax of the film feels the film industry as competition-inhibiting. I seem not to be mistaken, that the film industry annually raises 150 million on entertainment tax. The television wave was now at a time when the entire film industry in Germany is finally sent to, to operate their healing process in economic and artistic terms. This development would have only a few years earlier, so she would have taken probably fatally the film industry in the country."
(16 m) 11 Wiesbaden: modern and contemporary art works of modern art to be selected for exhibition. Voting by jury.
(19 m) 12th Paris in spring clochards under its bridges. Market sales on the street. Drive through Paris in an open horse-drawn carriage. Car traffic.
(19 m) 13. Paris: Ballet in the UNESCO Headquarters Serge Lifar at the rehearsal of his new ballet creation "The unusual" with electronic music extremely modern.
(23 m) 14 London: fashion show in front of Royal guests of Big Ben. Walkers in Hyde Park. Fashion show before the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. Day and evening dresses. Queen Mother speaks with mannequins.
(29 m) 15 Dortmund: horse show - jumping to the Grand Prize of the horses in the stables - Pfleger Curry the horses. Hans Günther Winkler with Halla. Fritz Thiedemann with Meteor. On the course in a playoff: Dawn Wofford, England, 22 years on Hollandia with last ride. It is 2. Piero d ´ Inzeo on the rock wins the better time. Clapping. Award ceremony.
(46 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Gilles, Werner; Lifar, Serge; Margaret von England; Purrman; Schröder, Karl; Sträter; Zimmermann, Mac; Thiedemann, Fritz; Wafford, Dawn; Winkler, Hans Günter

Places

Berlin; Hamburg; Iraq; Paris; London; Italy; Wiesbaden; Hawaii; United States; Australia; Washington; Crumstadt in Hesse; North Rhine-Westphalia; Karlsruhe; Hawai'i; Dortmund

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Demonstrations; Trade, finance; Industrial events; Children; Spring, spring pictures; Pacts; Political events; Rockets; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; Ships; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Cities; Dance; Technology; Animals (except dogs); animal welfare, animal welfare; Buildings; Cultural events; Art; Works of art; Landscapes; Contracts; Science; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Fashion; Jobs; nuclear science; Construction; Technology; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 138/1959

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
17.03.1959
Year of Production:
1959

Credits

Origin:
Title brand Demonstrat. f. Minpräs. Kassem, Baghdad origin: vis news Hawaii, 50th U.S. State of origin: Metro amateur rockets, United States origin: Metro core Research Institute Hahn-Meitner in Berlin camera: Pahl barrel farmer in Berlin camera: Pahl, Seib Sprin. & reconstruction Bellevue & Reichstag camera: Pahl spring in Hamburg camera: Rieck Storch on chimney camera: strong Bambi Filmpreisverleihg. Karlsruhe camera: basic film Association camera: basic jury f. Kunstausstellg. Wiesbaden camera: strong spring in Paris Ballet Seger Lifar i. UNESCO House camera: Seib origin: Pathé journal spring in London and fashions origin: Pathé News International. Horse Show, Dortmd.
Camera: Luppa, basic end brand

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