UFA-Wochenschau 353/1963 03.05.1963

Synopsis

01 Hannover. Industrial fair Transf. Tour of gr. Parking, Luftaufn. Industrial site. Kiev police on Krädern. frontal herankommd. Wagenschlancge, short. Pedestrian treadmill in the open-air site in operation, with total, frontal as well as in the snippet vl. pedestrians, lower body b. down walking v. treadmill, close. Lübke gets out of car, close, nods flow of visitors with umbrellas, silhouettes on wet pavement, A few once briefly, vl., vollautom. Filmtechn letter sorting machine"shortcut. Apparatus, set read/write & Rechenmasch watches, platter with mirror base, artist in room with pottery designs patterns for painting plates, young lady runs shelf life test with silver. By Löffein, 2 wine glasses on the Mona Lisa picture don't get. free full, big (Transf - Heranf.). -Demonstr. of excavators and earthmovers on mound, engine details, full excavator bucket rises from rock pile, great.

02. Hamburg. IGA 1963. By police on Krädern suitable cars snake escorted under bridge, bildd from under the trellis. People stehd. IGA helpers waving welcomes. People swarm m. couple Lübke, in Begleitg. including Nevermanns from entrance heading on the grounds, half-close, short. People in fahrd. Gelänaebahn, close, short. Driving footage of the grounds. Lübke in railway s with gegenübersitzd. Women's unterhaltd., front, close. -Div. Once parts d. area and groups of visitors (panning), cut-out garden restaurant, short, spring fountains, close, close terrain dead., parking sign, (charge DM 5,-), neb empty parking lot. Railway embankment m. park guards, shield m. admission prices d. 1 Hall special show, Hall inside m. pool of water and flowers, half total, Lübke betw. Companions drinks from him by Japanese individual represent Cup, close, Mrs Lübke ' c. Bouquet of roses, front, gr, Lübke b. tour, close. Various flowers, close + big, including orchids, roses, 4 Marabous in flat. Basin, the trop. Plants is framed, half-close.

03. London. Wedding Prince. Alexandra of Kent with count Ogilvy. -Confectioners 2 at last. Gravierarbeit of ausgearb meticulously. Artwork by pie, cake, great. Westminster Abbey, half the total, with empty. Place before that. Indent of the königl. Guests at the Church, Princess A. rising with the help of a servant who kept d. long train, car, close, königl. Family rises from their placings, bride indents on side of the brother, rear view Alexandra betw. Brother & groom at altar steps, close, Archbishop v. Canterbury, front. nah, div. scenes settings. währd. Wedding formula (interview), Margaret and Tony, close, bride and groom bows down before Queen, half close, married couple on their way for Kirch output close, COP series before a crowd on the street, wedding carriage rides d. str. m. people trellis, close. -04 Karlsruhe a. ceremony d. Federal Film Awards by Innenmin. Hale. Winkd. People on the street, halbseitl. close, short, Mario Adorf neb. JG. Lady of balcony down waving, close. Supervision on A few photographers, policeman and autograph hunters on pavement, short. Liselotte Pulver beckons, standing in front of entrance, Gr., Hale levels to the meeting passes to up and camera people to input close. Oblique views of stage, half the total, in the applaudrd. Audience L. Pulver, Thomas Fritsch M. Adorf, Rock Hudson, half close, Hale beglückw. Prize winner, jew. close. -b. Bambi award ceremony. Arrival of the stars, outdoor, jew. with sichtb. People trellis: Neb Liselotte Pulver. a gentleman, smiling, close, Ruth Leuwerik m. companions, waving, close; Marianne Koch, receives, standing at the car, flowers from kl. Boy presented, front., close. Thomas Fritsch surrounded gr., groups of people in joyful excitement, close by autograph hunters, frontal. -Award ceremony at Thomas Fritsch, half close, Ruth Leuwerik, Hale & L. Pulver in the audience, appl., close, th. Fritsch Bambi lifting m. flowers and price on the microphone, great. Luise Ulrich goes with price & flowers on microphone, speaks (no sound), close. Viewers Heinz Rühmann says s.th.. to the neb. him sitzd. Hertha Feiler and applauded, close. L. powder with Bambi in hand receives a bouquet of roses presented, nan. Grete Weiser settles p. in the audience, Gr., Ruth Leuwerik with greeting in addition to Liselotte on stage, close. M. price on Bing goes Heinz Rühmann. to & talks (k sound), close, Rock Hudson is OVR. Stage, takes price & congratulations entgeg., close. With kl. Film camera filmd. Audience, great. Room half totally overlooking stage.

05. Alicante / Spain. Bullfighting school. -Some settings, v. training Very much kl. Boys - jew. a classmate plays m. vorgehen old. Horns the Bull. 2 instructors show ever a kl. Students dealing m. d. Capa, close, short (city panorama i. Htrgr.) Rear view 3 kl. looking to out-looking girl with panties, close. Duel betw. KL. Students & jg. Bull it knocks over in a small arena, Bull, A few settings. einzl. zusehd. Children, close, which kl. Fighter is hurting about s. Back (head n. sichtb.), instructor on the howling boys comes to the CAPA keeps him again, close. Close left standing there Bull, totally.

06. the tip of the week - accident series: Reckless motorists - NDW 692 see (within "the Bull is on the loose... ") 07. Nurburgring." Eifelrennen-formula junior cars (mostly rain and fog) driver in the car, close, put on goggles while motor is open behind him, filling of gasoline, close. ADAC helpers puts goggles of every racer sitting in the car under umbrella, close. Various settings. the race by 2 people standing watching ladies one shows excited to the side towards the boxes close. Philipp Meub on the boxes (must be due to the rupture of the oil pipe eliminated), hands on the open engine, close. 2 men on the edge of the railway reserve rounds signs, close. Listing on race Protocol, which is located on a Board, where 3 stopwatches are attached, close. Standing Lady clocking excited m. Stopwatch, frontal, big. Winner Gerhard Mitter pushes with a helper his car from the car, smiling, close.

08th Waldenbuch. Moto-cross on the Liebenaukurs (250 m3). Rear motorcycle & leg b. Start close. Various settings. the dusty ride on decorated with Martini advertising field, ride on Hill m. lifting of the front wheels in slow motion, fall, crossing finish line easier. Winner Gerhard Stauch wipe noses, frontal, big.

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Narration

Persons in the Film

Adorf, Mario ; Alexandra von Kent ; Armstrong-Jones, Anthony ; Canterbury von ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Feiler, Hertha ; Fritsch, Thomas ; Höcherl, Hermann ; Hudson, Rock ; Koch, Marianne ; Leuwerik, Ruth ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Margaret von England ; Nevermann, Paul ; Ogilvy ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Pulver, Lieselotte ; Rühmann, Heinz ; Ulrich, Luise ; Weiser, Grete ; Meub, Philipp ; Mitter, Gerhard ; Stauch, Gerhard ; Lübke, Wilhelmine

Places

Hamburg ; Hanover ; London ; Karlsruhe ; Alicante ; Waldenbuch ; Nürburgring ; Berlin

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Higher education ; Children ; filmmaking ; motor sports ; Plants ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Postal, postal services ; Advertising ; Schools, training ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; bullfighting ; Technology ; Animals (except dogs) ; Youth ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; Art ; Works of art ; Engagement ; Science ; Exhibitions ; Gastronomy ; Viewers and audience ; Technology ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 353/1963

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
03.05.1963
Year of Production:
1963

Credits

Origin:
Title brand 7 6 Hannover industry fair 1965 camera: Seib, Rieck IGA 63 Hamburg: int. Garden Exhibition (Lübke and wife) camera: Jürgens, Rieck, Rau wedding cake and wedding Prince. Alexandra London (original sound) origin: Pathe news Bambi awards in Karlsruhe camera: Vlasdeck, Hafner small torero (bullfighting school in Alicante) origin: No. do accident series: (10) distraction driving origin: Jupiter film Nürburgring: int. ADAC Eifelrennen camera: strong, Zakariah, Luppa Südd. Motocross Championships in Waldenbuch/Sanju. camera: fire, Jackson finally brand 3, 1

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90. Geburtstag von Liselotte Pulver (* 11. Oktober 1929)

Mit ihrem fröhlich-unbekümmerten Lachen erobert die Schauspielerin Liselotte Pulver in den 1950er-Jahren die Herzen des Publikums. Vor allem ihre komödiantischen Darstellungen in Filmen wie „Ich denke oft an Piroschka“ oder „Das Wirtshaus im Spessart“ machen sie zu einer der populärsten Filmstars der Wirtschaftswunderjahre.

Die 1929 in eine alteingesessene Berner Familie geborene Pulver hatte zunächst eine Ausbildung an der Handelsschule abgeschlossen, bevor sie Unterricht an der Schauspielschule nimmt. Nach kleineren Rollen am Stadttheater Bern wird sie vom Schauspielhaus Zürich engagiert und erregt dort in klassischen wie modernen Stücken Aufmerksamkeit. Bald erhält sie erste Filmrollen, so an der Seite von Josef Albers in „Föhn“. Zwar ist die eigentlich vielseitige Darstellerin schnell auf „freche“ Frauenrollen abonniert, verkörpert in der zweiteiligen „Buddenbrooks“-Verfilmung von Alfred Weidenmann und in Helmut Käutners „Das Glas Wasser“ aber auch ausgesprochen komplexe Figuren. Internationale Bekanntheit erlangt sie durch ihre Hauptrolle in Douglas Sirks Remarque-Verfilmung „Zeit zu leben und Zeit zu sterben“. Billy Wilder besetzt sie für seine Screwball-Komödie „Eins, zwei, drei“, in der sie als Sekretärin Ingeborg ihren legendären Tanz auf dem Tisch hinlegt. Auch in französischen Produktionen steht Lilo Pulver vor der Kamera und zeigt unter der Regie von Jacques Rivette in „Die Nonne“ eine ihrer glanzvollsten Leistungen. Weitere große Angebote aus dem Ausland, wie für „Ben Hur“,„El Cid“ oder „Der Gendarm von St. Tropez“, muss sie aus vertragsrechtlichen oder gesundheitlichen Gründen zu ihrem Bedauern ablehnen. Ab den 1970er-Jahren ist sie nur noch selten in Kino und Fernsehen zu sehen. Ein Comeback erlebt sie schließlich mit der Sesamstraße, in der sie von 1978 bis 1985 in der deutschen Rahmenhandlung als „Lilo“ auftritt. Im Jahr 2012 zieht sie sich schließlich endgültig aus ihrem Beruf zurück.

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