UFA-Wochenschau 394/1964 14.02.1964

Synopsis

01 Professor Liebermann music machines - Professor Liebermann (half close) tape timer as Sani for electrical machines. Calculators and wire maze (half close). Lieberamnn speaks (interview) and explains his compositions. Sheet music (large) Liebermann scrolls in the notes (totally). Machine parts and wires (large) phones, black and white (large). Typewriters. Electrical pulses and records. Phone disk (large). Lieberman suggests the beat to the rhythm of the machines. The hands of the composer. Roll with paper tape band is turning {big).

02. Harry Kramer - spectacular art - Harry Kramer dances between wire mobiles. The rotating wire sculptures (large). Harry Kramer behind wire sculpture (half close). Sounding wheels spinning in rhythm tones, modern figures of a r puppet theatre. Rough figures on wheels, turning the wheel and on the horizontal bar. Wooden puppet moving in rhythm from top to bottom.

03. Men's fashion - the contours of young people are visible in light openings. You jump out of the holes and dance. Legs of young men and girls in trousers at the twist. Young man with single-row sport jacket (dancing, then as a still image). Young man with fresco jacket (dancing, then as a still image). Then young man with a jacket without collar with concealed placket, high closed and one with a shirt with Mandarin collar and hat. The young girls and men sit together on the Earth. The plaid lining of jackets, work outside (large)-2 pretty girls faces (large). A young man is a road map m the arms race shock. He sits in the car and get the card in the trial. Girl face, cute (big). Modern button closure with buttons, which are plugged into each other (large). Crocodile leather button (large) and slanted pockets in the jacket. Enamel buttons (large). Jacket without collar for festive evenings.

04. Opera ball in Vienna - indentation of the debutantes (total). In the lodge President Schärf (half-close). Dance of the debutantes (total). In the lodge of IRA von Fürstenberg (half-close). Nadja Tiller and Walter Giller at the dance (half close). Dancing throng on the dance floor.

05. Olympic Games Innsbruck - figure skating men: freestyle Alain Calmat with two falls on the triple loop. As spectator Sjoukje Dijkstra (large). Freestyle Manfred Schnelldorfer. (More detailed than in ZL 733). Schnelldorfer Gold Medal (large). Manfred Schnelldorfer (gold medal) Alain Calmat (silver medal) and Scott of all (bronze medal) next to each other (semi-total).

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Allen, Scott ; Fürstenberg, Ira ; Giller, Walter ; Kramer, Harry ; Liebermann, Rolf ; Schärf ; Tiller, Nadja ; Calmat, Alain ; Dijkstra, Sjoukje ; Schnelldorfer, Manfred

Places

Federal Republic of Germany ; Berlin ; Switzerland ; Vienna ; Innsbruck ; Federal Republic

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Women, mothers ; Musical events ; Olympics ; Postal, postal services ; Technology ; Art ; Works of art ; Curiosities ; Puppets ; Technology, industry ; Events ; Science ; Fashion ; Technology ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 394/1964

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.02.1964
Year of Production:
1964

Credits

Origin:
Title brand 7, 6 Professor Baker (music machine) camera: strong Harry Kramer (spectacular art) camera: Pahl menswear camera: Zaki, Rieck Opera ball in Vienna origin: Austria Olympics, Calmat, Schnelldorf origin: INA pool final brand

Technical Data

Save all sequences:
Delete all:

Have you seen these gems?

  • Treibriemen aus Pappe und Eisen
    1918

  • Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 489/1959
    12.06.1959

  • Ein Wochenende in New York
    1961

  • Deutschlandspiegel 242/1974
    1974

  • Deutschlandspiegel 77/1961
    02.03.1961

  • Die Geschichte der deutschen Teilung
    1966

  • UFA-Wochenschau 266/1961
    29.08.1961

  • Deulig-Woche 1922 - 1932

  • UFA-Wochenschau 510/1966
    03.05.1966

  • Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 285/1955
    15.07.1955

We use cookies on our site to improve your experience. Their use improves our site’s functionality.
For more detailed information please read our Privacy Notice.
OK