UFA-Wochenschau 336/1963 04.01.1963

Synopsis

1st portrait A. Paul Weber. -Swivel posts m. carved initials APW on the entrance of z-u its good, the House half total, Weber b. d. work in Studio. Face and hand at the Karikieren, the big manufactures lithography his drawing of "Mars" on the press, Litho of "MARS", Gr., Weber provides to other drawing board on the wall scrolls Lithos in pan details in it in his "Critical calendar", big. -02 Berlin. Flight jg. Man by d. cold spree and 8 persons per omnibus image jg. Flüchtl. Proper on deathbed and inscription "you know us. His brother"before railing on the river Spree, great. Pan about spree with ice floes, close. -People look at upcoming bus, swivel about its covert front, street hint. attached. Shield "Workshop car", Gr., which grouped 8 refugees, smiling, close, detail-on the. the Büsses, indoor and outdoor, swivel about man with Krükken, neb. his wife is great. Finger points to bullet impact on the bus, big. Pahl jr. interviewed A few of the geflücht. Persons (s. narration), cameramen and photographers, halbseitl., close, running tape recorder, bildf, 03. François-Poncet sends birthday greeting to Adenauer. -Archive-on the. by Adenauer-birthdays + Villa in Rhöndorf b. night, half-dead. -Poncet is sitting at desk, frontal, Gr., speaks (interview - s. narration). -04 K. O. for Beethoven?
Bonn. Boxing event at the Beethovenhalle - interviews. Beetho streets pictures. Statue in front of Church i. background, close to half total. Inscription on disc m. mirroring "to the small Beethoven Halle", close. -Downward swing on shown by plate with inscription "Beethoven Café". Men's b. drinking beer. Labeled "Beethoven" café and cake, which will be addressed. Beethoven portrait on the wall, great. -Rheinseilbahn Street gentlemen (slow motion), touch snippet and title "Symphony No. 5" on sheet music. Gong beats (interview) b. large boxes. Beethoven bust, in the darkness illuminated Transf, great. -Drive up to the eyes, div note cutouts, bildf. -Mounting: Boxing - passers responses (by Walsh for their opinion about that typically Beetho. Hall would fight, interviews - interview) - bust of rotating, is providing, jiggling, frontal taken by Boxer fist, to be filled with patches and decorated with a laurel wreath, each large (trick shots). -5 people - animals - sensations a. tip of the week: in each workplace the proper work clothes. -Input Assembly: pair of artists on the Trapeze, elephant pyramid, short, Tiger in the circus ring, stand on the rear paws, close, short, art Radlerin, in short, Mr Lensch bikes in their pajamas Street, close. Man in tails with paint bucket frame front House rises, half-close. -Close - and large settings. Workers in machining on the lathe, once in improper, then in real Kleidg. Hands when planing, great legs & shoes b. d. close to work. Foreman warns several dehydrated construction workers, back to d. Graduate to go (o), workers rise up & go, one s. colleagues wondering whether he would work without a helmet (o - s SPR. text), workers m. helmet grabs blocks in cart, close; from barracks of cigarette of smoking workers puts on the helmet, greets the formerly first unrepentant, now working with helmet colleagues by tapping on the helmet, close. Construction along and pulling shoulders before back down stones, close.

b. artistry in the Germany Hall. -The "flying Artons" (with network) in a rapid flurry of swing swings, flights of m. intermediate somersaults as against overhanging swing, catch each other m. d. on hands. -The "sensational Leighs":-artist keeps up with fast tiptoe on a wheel, which on a vertical rotierd. Lever arm is sitting; Musical clowns join the rotation movement shortly; 2 men throw an elephant balls, which this m. foot pushes back, Lion, side. large (not deutl.), jg. Monkey dance twist each other girls. Monkey hint in the shirt. Typically, hands clap bars. Woman and monkey holding includes through bars round her neck, close, she tried to touch him m. finger, he says "Mama", both To give a kiss, big. -06 Oberstdorf. -Ski - jumping on d. Schattenberg ski jump. Beginning of d. 4 Schanz. Tour scenery m. hills exit conveyor i. foreground, jumps from under -, rear - and side-view. Through while jumping of the Russians Nikolaj Schamow half close, he b. phasing out backward falling away, slides to the audience at the end of the line up. Seitl. through panned jumps (up to such fitting) by Heinrich Ihle (4th), Max Bolkart (2nd) and winner of Toralf Engan, Norway, jew. side., half-close. -

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bolkart, Max; Adenauer, Konrad; François-Ponçet, André; Lensch, Klaus; Pahl, Georg; Weber, A. Paul; Wiechmann, Hans-Ludwig; Engan, Toralf; Ihle, Heinrich; Schamow, Nikolaj

Places

Wolfsburg; Berlin; Bonn; United States; Paris; Schretstaken; Oberstdorf

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Border DDR/BRD, borders; Hands; Interviews; Escape; Refugees; Portraits; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Cities; Technology; Animals (except dogs); Youth; Art; Works of art; winter pictures; Science; Circus; Jobs; Gastronomy; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Technology; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 336/1963

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
04.01.1963
Year of Production:
1963

Credits

Origin:
Title brand 7, 6 m A. Paul Weber m. "krit. Calendar"camera: Rau escape to West bln. i. omnibus camera: Pahl sen., Pahl Jr.

Birthday greeting to Adenauer by François-Poncet (orig. tone) origin: Gaumont, archive boxing Dtld. / USSR in the Bonn Beethoven-Halle (m. interviews) camera: Rau, Luppa, strong people, animal, sensations, bln. camera: Pahl sen., Pahl Jr.

English circus origin: Pathe news accident series origin: Jupiter film monkey twist origin: iNcom ski jump in Oberstdorf camera: Rau, Vlasdeck, Hafner final brand 3, 1 m

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