UFA-Wochenschau 197/1960 03.05.1960
01 execution of Caryl chessman speaks at the California State prison in San Quentin Caryl Chessman on the day before his execution with reporters. Courtyard of the prison.
(18 m) 02 Strasbourg: Federal Minister Lemmer and Carlo Schmid against the forced collectivization in the Soviet zone waving flags of the countries of the Council of Europe speak before the Council of Europe. European flag blows in front of building. Federal Minister Lala actuality: "approximately ten weeks the regime of Stalinist Ulbricht has it managed, hundreds of thousands of independent farmers, who there yet despite years of propaganda and political and economic blackmail to force entry into the so-called agricultural production cooperatives." Carlo Schmid actuality: "thus the totalitarian State has reached its destination; the inhabitants of its territory from citizens in subjects to turn."
(23 m) 03 East Berlin: the 1 Mai soldiers boots, great. Procession with banners: peace, friendship, disarmament with Khrushchev and stock Dove of peace. We call for demilitarized free city of West Berlin. Work, learn and live Socialist! On the grandstand, Ulbricht waving decreases parade. March of the people's Army marching, army and Navy, heavier twin AA gun and tank. Writing about House: down with militarism in Germany!
(26 m) 04. West Berlin: the 1st of may rally on the square of the Republic with 750000 Berliners. Font freedom for all. May wreath. People filling picture. Willy Brandt interview: "we warn the Gauleiter over: spans the bow not!" Law and justice have can never suppress in the long run. There is a limit of reasonable also for us. We don't want a free city solution, that makes us free from the freedom."
wave (27 m) 05. arrival, Marlene Dietrich in Berlin to show people. Marlene Dietrich embraces Hildegard Knef on arrival at the airport. Reporter.
(8 m) 06. Amsterdam: Arrival Heinz Rühmann to Heinz Rühmann premiere celebration gets out of aircraft. Hertha Feiler and son Rühmann, large, upon arrival.
(6 m) 07. Rome: departure of Gina Lollobrigida to Canada Gina Lollobrigida rises before the airfield from car to depart Canada. Close-up. Gina Lollobrigida with her husband and son. Board aircraft.
(11 m) 08. Is that not to the shooting?
Cartoon "How to keep your husband". Husband comes home tired after work. House Dragon receives with invoices, reminders, summonses and tax return. Man hastily leaves the House, stands in front of the House and smokes a cigarette. Woman appears keifend in the front door. Man chops wood. Lunch. Woman man fills a plate full of food. Man sits in a Chair and read the papers. Woman tears away his newspaper and let him wool keep to the winding-up. Man sitting in Chair with newspaper and smokes House Dragon appears with cleaning bucket and scrub brush and she pushes him grumbling in the hand. Man bends over and picks gun Cabinet...
(29 m) 09 Wiesbaden: training of the officers of the Hesse State police doll lying on the ground. Crime scene recording and evidence of the Criminalists. Policemen in when firing on fleeing people on canvas (23 m) 10 Hanover: throwing pigeon shooting shooter takes gun from holder. Throwing machine for clay disks. From shoot on the discs. Shop by gun. Cartridge cases. Winner will count by the mills from Bavaria.
(27 m) 11 Helmond / Netherlands: Soapbox boy helmet sets up. Soapbox will be transported behind the bicycle. Start and race. Viewers. (Maximum speed up to 40 km/h.)
(22 m) 12 Nürburgring: sport driver training course teacher points to map the course of the Nürburgringes. Flying start of the sports car and race with VW Beetle, Opel, including driver to control. Hand lever, great. Steering wheel in turn. Slalom driving. Driving on oil trace. Advertising: Continental tires.
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- Title brand 7, 6 Chessmans last interview origin: Metro Council of Europe day. (Lemmer, C. Schmidt)
Camera: Seib may 1 in West and East Berlin camera: Pahl, Oakley origin: Landesbildst.
Marlene Dietrich arrival in Berlin camera: Pahl, o Connor, Jürgens Gina Lollobrigida departure to Canada origin: Sedi Heinz Rühmann arrival in Holland origin: Polygoon 6 ways to the goddesses camera: Vlasdeck, Seib police shooting films in Wiesbaden camera: strong clay pigeon shooting in the Münden hunting CL. camera: reason, Rieck, Pahl Jr.
Soapbox race in Holland origin: Polygoon int. Sport rider course a. d. Nürb.r.
Camera: Luppa, strong end title 3, 1
Marlene Dietrich’s 30th Death Anniversary († May 6, 1992)
Marlene Dietrich is still considered one of the greatest stars of classic Hollywood cinema.
Born in Berlin in 1901, she starts her career in the Golden Twenties with appearances in revues and silent films. Her role as the frivolous Lola in "The Blue Angel", one of the first German talkies, made her world famous virtually overnight in 1930. The same year she goes to the USA together with director Josef von Sternberg, where they shoot "Morocco" immediately after their arrival, which earns the "New Girl from Germany" an Oscar nomination. In the following years, they collaborate on five more style-defining films, including "Blonde Venus", "Shanghai Express" and "The Scarlet Empress." The staunch anti-fascist consistently rejects offers from Germany. Instead, she becomes a U.S. citizen and performs for GI's at the front during World War II. While she is the first woman to receive the Medal of Freedom - the highest decoration for a civilian - in the USA, she is reviled as a "traitor to the fatherland" in Germany.
After the end of World War II, Dietrich played major character roles in productions such as "A Foreign Affair", "Stage Fright", "Witness for the Prosecution", "Touch of Evil" and "Judgment at Nuremberg" by such directorial greats as Billy Wilder, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and Stanley Kramer. From the early 1950s on, she appeared less and less on the screen, but more and more often on stage as a singer - with popular chansons such as "Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt," "Sag mir, wo die Blumen sind," or "Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin". She returns to Germany for the first time in 1960 during a European tour, and four years later she becomes the first German artist to visit the Soviet Union after World War II. After breaking her leg in a fall, she announces her retirement from show business in 1975. Three years later, she takes on a very last film engagement - alongside David Bowie, among others - in "Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo". Afterwards she withdraws from the public eye for good and lives in self-imposed isolation in Paris until her death on May 6, 1992.