UFA-Wochenschau 153/1959 30.06.1959

Synopsis

01 Berlin: The presidential election breakdown from UFA 153/1 - this same section: front of East Prussia Hall gossip on arrival of the candidates Heinrich Lübke, CDU, Max Becker, Carlo Schmid, SPD, FDP. Voting. Cameramen. Deputies of the Federal Assembly (Bundestag and Bundesrat) elect the CDU / CSU Heinrich Lübke with an absolute majority in the 2nd round. Bundestag President Eugen Gerstermaier o-ton: "Mr Federal Minister Dr Lübke, I ask you, if you accept the election of the Federal Assembly to the President of the Federal Republic of Germany?" Heinrich Lübke actuality: "on the question whether I take the choice, the Bundestag President, I answer: Yes, I suppose the choice." Clap, congratulations, Lübke big.
(36 m) 02. Canada: Queen Elizabeth and President Eisenhower open St. Lorenz by sea from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes of Queen Elizabeth and President Eisenhower drive in an open car. St. Lawrence Seaway from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes (map). The Royal yacht Britannia with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, and Eisenhower pass lock. Fireworks.
(20 m) 03 Bonn: 30 mannequins mannequins and photo models demonstrate against exclusive placement by the employment office and marching in front of the Federal House and distribute handout photo models. In conversation with the models of the Lower Saxony Minister-President Hinrich Kopf, family Minister Würmeling and federal labor Minister blank.
(20 m) 04 Landshut wedding of princes parade through the city in medieval costumes. Flag swivel. From horse-drawn carriage, waving the Polish Princess Jadwiga. People waving from Windows. The princely couple Herzog Jörg and Princess Jadwiga will be jousting with Knights and Lance piercing. (1475 Brautfahrt of the Polish Princess Jadwiga in the Duchy of Bavaria).
(23 m) 05 Aachen: North African Equestrian Games Fantasia entry the Spahis (Berbers and Arabs) on white horses. Quadrilles at a gallop. Equestrian Games. Horses lie down. Riders are on their horses. There are horses with riders. Rider of an apparent attack 'fantasia'.
(29 m) 06. Berlin: opening of 9th International Film Festival the emblem of the Cannes Film Festival. People on the Kurfürstendamm. On aircraft stairs upon arrival Ulla Jacobson, Toni Sailer, O. W. Fischer. Photographers and fans. Rita Hayworth, great. The Congress Hall. Autograph hunters umdrängen stars. Enthusiastic waving. Arrival Johanna Matz. Margit Saad gives autographs. Willy Brandt opened the Cannes Film Festival interview: "you are all welcome, and I hope you will feel comfortable here." Actors on stage. Guiliana massima actuality: "Grazie, merci, thank you, thank you very much." Françoise Arnous interview (French) Rita Hayworth actuality Henry Vidal actuality band plays. Singer Dalida sings: "The day when the rain came." Harmonica trio. Eddie Constantin sings: "aime je t ´ Berlin" Peter Kraus of fans acclaimed "this is the rhythm of our time."
(114 m) 07. Berlin: Final of the German Cup: Eintracht Frankfurt - Kickers Offenbach 3-5 breakdown of NDW 492/6 - shorter here: game in the Olympic Stadium. 70,000 spectators. In the 1 minute shoots Sztani kick-off (Nr. 8) for Frankfurt 1-0. Shortly thereafter, Kraus for Offenbach compensates. As viewers of Fritz Walter, is great. According to corner, Feigenspan beheads a to compensate for 2:2. audience jump up and raise arms. Goalkeeper Loy can not keep ball, margin 2: bring 2 Gateless 2nd half extension. Willy Brandt as a spectator. Players from Frankfurt falls. Referee are penalty turns the Feigenspan to the 3:2 for Frankfurt. Sztani shoots the 4 2:4:3 by guest. Game scenes, sometimes hard. The 5:3 for Frankfurt is presented from the defense. Spectators with flags run onto the field. The victorious team Eintracht Frankfurt with shell. Frankfurt: Homecoming of the victorious team. Crowd in front of the station. Police shut off. Players on cars driving through the crowd.
(82 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Blank, Theodor; Brandt, Willy; Constantin, Eddie; Dalida; Diefenbaker; Eisenhower, Dwight; Elisabeth II. von England; Gerstenmaier, Eugen; Kopf, Hinrich; Kraus, Peter; Lübke, Heinrich; Würmeling

Places

Potsdam; Aachen; Bonn; Berlin; Canada; Landshut; Italy

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Demonstrations; Industrial events; cameramen, cameramen; festivals; filmmaking; Football; Parliaments; Political events; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Reviews; Shipping; Ships; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Buildings; Cultural events; transport questions; festivals; Entertainment, festivals; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 153/1959

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
30.06.1959
Year of Production:
1959

Credits

Origin:
Title brand presidential elections Dtschld. camera: Seib, Pahl, Jansen Jr.

Queen + IKE opened. St. Lawrence Seaway origin: NFB Canada mannequin demonstration in Bonn camera: basic Landshuter princely wedding camera: Vlasdeck "Spahis" m. Reitersp. b. tournament in AA.
Camera: Luppa, reason Berlin Film Festival camera: Seib, Pahl, Jansen German soccer. Meistersch. Frank / revelation.
Camera: Stoll, Seib, Pahl, Jansen reception d. soccer-Elf i. Frankfurt camera: student origin: Fingado final brand

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