UFA-Wochenschau 275/1961 31.10.1961

Synopsis

UFA commercial "Tired man" advertising for cinema: the DW editor H.-J. Peters in close-ups, yawning and listless, a medicine cabinet is opened, combining a Tablet tubes in two cinema tickets.
(10:00:09 10:00:16) 01 go Film Festival in India with Toni Sailer Festspielhaus in New Delhi, Toni Sailer and others in the House, greeting inside by the Indian Vice President Radhakrishnan, spectator, Sailer makes sitting on the stage, more greetings, and Sailer.
(10:00:31 10:00:58) 02 Studio mirror "Freddy and the Millionaire" at the Munich Film Studio: cameraman Freddy Quinn is melted, actress tightened lips, the Director, door slams and Freddy sings: "The Boß is Not here", partially backed with cityscapes of New York and knock on a door. Members of the film crew to watch.
(10:00:58 10:02:35) 03. Rock ' n roll singer school in Rome Assembly of various rock ' n reel with their contortions, applause. Playing two guitars. To learn the "correct" hip movements, a student under power used, which he gets into convulsions, his hair stand and he emits loud screams. (Almost fool thing like!)
(10:02:35 10:03:16) 04. Hallstatt skull painting because the cemetery is too small in the Austrian Hallstatt, be exhumed after 15 years the dead, their skull with flowers, ornaments and her name painted and then kept in the an ossuary. Pan over a painted head, the "skull"painter Heinrich Kirchschlager at work on a skull. Pan takes a skull in reception about the cemetery, an old man and goes with him to the crypt, long shot in the crypt, the man puts the skull next to other, skull paintings with names big.
(10:03:16 10:04:00) 05 portrait Max Morlock Max Morlock puts together his excitement and plays in the Altherrenmanschaft of the 1st FC Nuremberg. At home: He and his two children in the Living room, Mikado sticks fall big, dish towels, kitchen is his wife and adopted Max with a kiss. In his sports business: He pulls a young excitement head Morlock; Head of boy, write autograph, grabs the map in a shoe box. Archive: Morlock with the Championship trophy of the DFB, crowd. Footballer of the year 1961: Morlock gets Cup, applause, receives ring of honor, his wife, is congratulated by Sepp Herberger. O Sepp Herberger: "the poaching are ' on tour ', and I suppose I'm afraid, have A few people on their list yet so too with us." And I can not say how run things now,." Archive: game scene and gate. Max Morlock actuality: "the game of my life - there were many games - but when I out may access the heaviest, (further in the off unterschnitten with the appropriate game scenes), it was the game in Geneva, where were the Yugoslavs 1½ hours prior to our gate and we provided only a purely defensive battle, and Rahn redeemed us with a 20 m-shot." And we won 2-0 at the time, and the way was free via Austria to the final that we won Yes 3:2 against Hungary." Cheers and Morlock after playing 1954th (10:04:00 10:06:07) 06 trotting to the "Grand Prix Marie village" in Berlin exchange interface between individual dogs (Boxer, dachshund, and Reh Pinscher) and trotters. Incident in advance: two drivers collide, at one of a wheel is bent and he is dragged to crash over the line. Div settings from the "Grand Prix", finish line in slow motion with the winner of "Celsius", Nr. 6 and the driver Youssef Frömming, Frömming gets hung to wreath and departs. (10:06:07 10:07:18) 07 Berlin report (tanks at Checkpoint Charlie) American Patton tanks drive at the checkpoint Friedrichstraße (checkpoint Charly): tank big ride, hundreds of people lined the streets, jeeps with MP's. Other US tanks roll across a field to a tank on the sector boundary, spectators will stop wall in the Friedrichstrasse, car's drive to the East, Vopos ride in armored vehicles across the border, looking East with Russian tanks driven up, US soldier on the roof of a ruined building, cars drive "Slalom" between the checkpoints, tanks and jeeps and U.S. soldiers at the post, a VW Beetle goes by jeeps and soldiers with mount planting on accompanied East, Long shot and close-up shots of US soldiers on the roof of the ruins, the beetle with his entourage comes back, viewers, soldiers in the tank from above. Night scenes on the "check point Charly": also here Ascend US armoured cars, bus passes by with Russian soldiers, control box, control in the East, and long shots of the checkpoint.
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Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Kirchschlager, Heinrich ; Peters, Hans Joachim ; Quinn, Freddy ; Radhakrishnan, Sarvapalli ; Frömming, Hans ; Herberger, Sepp ; Morlock, Max ; Sailer, Toni

Places

Hallstatt ; New Delhi ; Munich ; Berlin ; Nuremberg ; Italy ; New York ; Augsburg ; Düsseldorf

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; close-ups, detail ; Interviews ; Cinema commercials ; festivals ; filmmaking ; Football ; Musical events ; Portraits ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; beauty care ; Schools, training ; Cities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; harness racing ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Curiosities ; People ; Military events ; Jobs ; Viewers and audience ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 275/1961

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
31.10.1961
Year of Production:
1961

Credits

Origin:
UFA commercial "Tired man" (H.-J. Peters) title brand 7, 6 m Cannes Film Festival India (Dr. Rhadakrischnan) camera: Deejay Studio mirror "Freddy & d. millionaire" camera: Vlasdeck, Rahim rock 'n' roll Festival, Rome. Singer school origin: Salgado, SEDI Hallstatt skull painting origin: Austria soccer athlete portrait. Max Morlock camera: Vlasdeck, Hafner, Seib trotting "Gr. PR. v. Marie village", bln. camera: Pahl, o Connor, Jürgens Berlin report (U.S. & Russian.) Tanks on d. Friedrichstrasse) final mark 3, 1 m

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60 Jahre Panzerkonfrontation am Checkpoint Charlie (27.10.1961)

Nur zehn Wochen nach dem Mauerbau kommt es im geteilten Berlin erneut zu einer brisanten Situation: Am „Checkpoint Charlie“ stehen sich US-amerikanische und sowjetische Panzer gegenüber.

In den Tagen zuvor hatten DDR-Polizisten wiederholt zivil gekleidete US-Offiziere unbefugt zum Vorzeigen ihrer Papiere aufgefordert. Gemäß Viermächte-Status genießen Vertreter der Alliierten volle Bewegungsfreiheit in der ganzen Stadt, nur den Besatzungsmächten selbst ist die gegenseitige Kontrolle von Ausweisdokumenten gestattet.

Der nach dem Bau der Mauer von John F. Kennedy als Sonderbeauftragter nach Berlin entsandte General Lucius D. Clay nimmt die Vorfälle zum Anlass, ein Exempel zu statuieren. Am 25. Oktober lässt der „Vater der Luftbrücke“ am „Checkpoint Charlie“ erstmals Panzer auffahren, die nach Gesprächen zwischen dem US-amerikanischen Stadtkommandanten und seinem sowjetischen Kollegen zunächst wieder abgezogen werden. Zwei Tage später wiederholt er die Drohgebärde, diesmal zieht die Gegenseite allerdings nach. 16 Stunden lang halten am „Checkpoint Charlie“ US-amerikanische und sowjetische Panzer in nur wenigen hundert Metern Abstand ihre Kanonen aufeinander gerichtet. Krieg scheint in Sicht. Ein Telefonat zwischen den Regierungschefs entschärft schließlich die Situation. Während Kennedy durchblicken lässt, dass er Clays Konfrontationskurs nicht teile, versichert Chruschtschow, dass die DDR eigenmächtig gehandelt habe. Daraufhin werden die Panzer schrittweise zurückgezogen.

Ost-Berlin ist damit in seinen Befugnissen gegenüber den Besatzungsmächten klar in seine Schranken verwiesen, die Verantwortung der UdSSR für die DDR bekräftigt sowie die Präsenz der Westalliierten in Berlin außer Frage gestellt. Fortan müssen sich alliierte Beamte beim Grenzübertritt aber mit Identitätskarten ausweisen.

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