UFA-Wochenschau 253/1961 30.05.1961
1st portrait of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia an exclusive interview of the possibility anniversary of the House of Hohenzollern. Look at the towers of Burg Hohenzollern at Hechingen, stills, and heads of the great elector, Friedrich Wilhelm I and Emperor Wilhelm I, visitors inside, Cabinet with chandeliers and silver jewelry, item, the Prussian King's Crown is taken out of a safe and Prince Louis Ferdinand. Wolfgang Esterer interview with Prince Louis Ferdinand: "Imperial Highness, where traditions that are worth to be maintained, like for example the Prussian idea even today are your opinion?" "They have looked certainly become somewhat on the Hohenzollern Castle and were probably already on the coffins of Friedrich Wilhelm I and Frederick of the great. These two Kings of Prussia here waiting for their return in a free Potsdam, the Prussian idea they represent probably the clearest. And this idea is expressed in two sayings of Frederick of the great. One is: I am the first servant of my State and the second: everyone should be blessed after his own. Today you would call it maybe so: service to the community and respect for the next. And just these two terms, especially the tolerance, are certainly worthy, that they come to the fore again today and just today." "Do you think Imperial Highness, it possible that Once again to restore monarchy in Germany, in Germany one day could?" "I think it's not impossible, but about the German people themselves to decide. My House would stand by in this case." "What would you see the benefits of a monarchy in Germany?" "Mainly in complete impartiality and continuity of State leadership, which circumstances personal freedom could be guaranteed the best." The interview was undercut with: visitors to the chapel with the coffins, coffin with flags, Tulip bouquet on a coffin, swivel in the chapel - head and hand with walking stick of Frederick - total of the Hohenzollern of Castle.
Flights New York - Paris 1927 (10:00:17 10:03:01) 02 Lindbergh 33 hours needed, 1961 a B-58 of US air force 3 hours and 20 minutes to the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. 1927 Charles Lindbergh: the "spirit of St. Louis", Lindbergh rises in his overalls, start and 2 scenes of his flight, ticker-tape parade for Lindbergh in New York, Lindbergh, swivel about skyscrapers, aerial view of Manhattan. A jet fighter of 1961: Head of the pilots, tank trunk to refuel during flight, Kondenzstreifen, rolling out flight over the Seine, landing, reporter, the B-58, the crew on the gangway, the pilot, swivel of the chassis on the tip of B 58 (10:03:01 10:03:54) 03. flight to Tahiti start a Jet transport aircraft, nozzle size, instruments in the cockpit, landing in Tahiti, that passengers receive with flower necklaces, Dance indigenous girls in raffia skirts, landscape, port, Papeete, pedestrians, cyclists, monk Street on a bicycle with auxiliary motor, fishing, bathing scenes with bikini girls, indigenous women with flowers in their hair, pan across the coast, swing by a mandolin player on a replica of the "bounty", nightly dance.
(10:03:54 10:05:14) 04 India Trichur Pooram Festival: Fireworks, richly caparisoned elephants in a series and single band of drummers and brass viewers on a wall. Temple of the 7 mountains in Madras: a group of Indians and single temple individual on a way to the temples, long shot of the temple complex, a child the hair be shaved off for ritual reasons, bald-headed viewers, visitors to the temple complex, A few fall at each step on the knee, others roll across the floor.
(10:05:14 10:06:11) 05 Japanese equestrian Festival on the day of their "man bar becoming" 16 year old Japanese in the Mie Prefecture ride a steep Hanghinauf, a pretty reckless endeavor! A rider runs to the scene, many Japanese root with sticks in the ground, total and 2 x large, almost the steep slope creates a tab, another crashes the slope with his horse into the audience, a third party manages.
(10:06:11 10:06:51) 06. Car Rodeo in Australia a driver increases cars at the race in a curve through the roof in his car, in another, a car stops after a battering burst on the roof, more scenes with impact shock and cross bodies of cars in a junkyard a crane will drop a car, 2 long shots of the salvage yard.
(10:06:51 10:07:22) 7 1 FC Nuremberg of against 1 FC Cologne 5 good audience types, as well as viewers intermediate cuts excellent otherwise throughout the entire game! Kick-off, short game, Max Morlock scored the 1-0 to Nuremberg, gateway to the 1:1 by Müller, in the second half after a corner for Nuremberg Handstand of the Cologne Breuer, who is following penalty but from the Cologne goalkeeper Evert held, briefly then the 2:2 sure but the 2:1 by Morlock by Thielen, scenes on the field and at the gate, then Morlock scores his third goal, but Cologne scores at the end of a second goal by Thielen.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; close-ups, detail ; Interviews ; aircraft ; Leisure, recreation ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Portraits ; Religious events ; Jewelry ; Cities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Landscapes ; People ; Holiday ; festivals ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; transport
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- Title brand 7, 6 m of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia spirit of St. Louis origin: Archive flight New York/Paris in 3 hours origin: Eclair Jet traffic origin: Eclair Tahiti origin: Pathé journal, Cine sound Temple of the 7 hills, Madras camera: Deejay Pooram Festival in Trichur/India origin: Asian Japan. Tab fixed origin: Asahi News car Rodeo, Australia origin: Cine sound football 1st FC Köln / 1 FC Nuremberg in NBG. camera: strong, Seib, Hafner, Zakariah final brand 3, 1 m
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