UFA-Wochenschau 222/1960 25.10.1960
01 funeral and retrospective Henny Porten funeral for Henny Porten in Berlin-Wilmersdorf: many people, mostly women, in the cemetery, colleagues, the flower-filled coffin, her photo is distributed. Review: At a film festival she is kissed by Hans Albers, excerpts from the film "Family Buchholz".
(1:24 min) 02. King Mahendra of Nepal in London the King is on the platform of Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret is located, continues with Elizabeth in the King's carriage.
(0:21 min) 03 Fabiola in Madrid motorcycle escort, cheering, Fabiola Kiss hands is from balcony. (night)
(0:12 min) 04 meeting Charles de Gaulle / Winston Churchill many cheering, de Gaulle, goes to the lectern, Churchill supported family photo with de Gaulle and Mrs. Churchill.
Schaumburg (0:20 min) 05. Africa week in Bonn: soldier presented the rifle, Adenauer, and the President of Cameroon Charles Assole on the terrace. Exhibition "African people today", posters and photographs. Speech by Ludwig Erhard in the Beethoven Hall (mute): long shot, listeners, including Gerhard Schröder, Erhard tall in the lectern, Soviet Ambassador Smirnow, photo from leaving the Hall of Smirnov.
(0:46 min) 06. South Africa Union - independent Republic military band plays, Prime Minister of South Africa in the stadium, talking (mute).
(0:13 min) 07 hunger story report with many examples of hunger and abundance in the world. Assembly of crop images. German bread Museum in Ulm, Germany: Pan inside by the door with wrought iron spike on the Museum, sign "German bread Museum", Museum: visitors, old bread baskets and bread slicers, Oblates - and Spekulatius molds, bread brands from 1921/22 and from the 1st World War. World map with trace of starvation, crowd. Banana harvest, harvest, fishing. Examples of abundance: frogs and frog legs in cans. Cooks, cold plates, big steaks, chicken on the spit, thick, eating people. Counter cuts of eating people and starving children. Discarded bread on a treadmill, rice distribution to starving Asian and struggle for a bag of flour in the Chinese civil war. More counter cuts: beer drinkers and starving children. Water wheels in Egypt, camels moved plants attempt in the desert sand,. Flood, raged, locust swarm, through drought cracked Earth. Arabs plows with simple wooden plough, however, satellite and rocket launch. Photo of the Earth from outer space, H - bombs explosion, animal skeletons in the desert, pivoting about a desert, crying child and close-ups of eating old people and children.
(114.1 m = 4:00 min) 08 football Northern Ireland: Germany won the German national team on British soil for the first time. Different game scenes, 0-1 by Banerji, Defense Tilkowski, 1-1 with Mc Adam, Sepp Herberger looks to, 2:1 again by Mc Adam, Uwe Seeler to 2-2, Charly Dörfel to 2:3, game scenes, Dada to the 2:4, ball at the German gate past, Mc Adam scored in the last minute that 3:4, cheering the team goes from the field.
(73.9 m = 2:35 min)
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Disasters; Fishing; Escape; Refugees; natural disasters; Reviews; Special reports; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Deaths, funerals; Buildings; Agriculture and forestry; People; Military events; Exhibitions; Fisheries; transport
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- Title 7, 6 m Beisetzg. by Henny Porten camera: Pahl film fixed origin: archive 'Family Buchholtz' Kön. Mahendra v. Nepal London origin: Pathé news Fabiola in Madrid origin: No.-do meeting de Gaulle/Winston Churchill origin: Pathé journal Africa week, Bonn camera: basic sout. Union - independent Republic camera: Green baby hunger story origin: Pathé journal, archive football Ländersp. Northern Ireland/Dtld. Belfast camera: Basic, Luppa, strong final brand 3, 1 m
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