UFA-Wochenschau 405/1964 28.04.1964
1st trade fair in Hannover 1964th giant crane with large screw. Workers draws crane from the ground. High tower between 2 cranes. Visitor flow goes through the exhibition, pan across kitchen utensils, Blender. long line blades, side by side. Electronic apparatus, data processing machine from Siemens - sign in activity. Electronic circuit diagrams.
02. marriage Selctron. Cigarette-smoking young man at the Cafe table. Paper leaves (size). Girl goes through road and considered posting House "Getting married but no fun is beautiful,". Young man young woman in the marriage Institute gives answers to questions. He sits opposite you at your desk, in the Pashtun test cards are placed. Young girl mals tree on a piece of paper. Secretary before the typewriter (large). Working electron brain, young man with long clove at the rendezvous waiting. Young couple 03. German air show in Hannover Langenhagen goes hand in hand across the street. Model aircraft side by side. Some visitors through the exhibition immediately. Models of missile types. Pan on German-French co-production of Überschallflugzeuges Concorde. Aerial view of aircraft on the exhibition grounds. Takeoff and landing a one man helicopter do 32 flying crane truck with heavy loads. (Helicopter). Newcomer VJ 101 at the start.
04. world exhibition in New York. Start machine a pan. Flight past the statue of liberty (aerial) aerial photographs of New York skyscrapers, highways, a giant parking lot. The fairgrounds with passing gondolas. The 15 floor high Unishere with a giant globe as a symbol of the exhibition. Invasion of a music band. Young girl sitting in a car with large margined hat. Girls invade. Marching girls with nylon coats as rain protection. Visitors to the exhibition. President Johnson opened the exhibition with droplets (total) sansprache. Demonstrators, breed fanatics gather and disrupt the speech with chants. Negro wear signs on and go in the district. White with signs. Back of a man with stick in both hands. A white man lies on the floor and cries. Negress poster (half total). Negro (half total). President Johnson, in the midst of the crowd (total). Exhibition visitor with rain cover (large), older woman with Hat (large). 2 young girls before fashion Pavilion. Head of a girl (large). Salvadore Dali (large). Dali as a exhibition visitor, lively with a young girl talking about (half-total). Fat woman (large). Luxury car on the stand (total). Comfortable interior, girls get in the car. Man sitting in the passenger seat opposite the direction of the drive wheel as a straight rod. fully automated Orchestra drum, violin, flute, trombone playing by itself. The exhibition train. Passing when driving through the exhibition: model of a park high-rise building. Control tower, Leuchtbahnstrassen. Underwater hotel for scuba divers. Mondrakten and moon landscape, drives the ball tracked tractors. Prehistoric people, dinosaurs. A woman enters the resting Pavilion and übergint the hostess bag and coat. You lays down to rest on a bed. Face of the hostess, cute (big). Sun bed changed to seat bed. Short cuts to music from various world exhibition. The globe in Transfokatoreinstellung. Glass roof, Disney characters escalator with people. The exhibition At night lighting. Fireworks.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Demonstrations; Higher education; Special events; Fire; Fireworks; Women, mothers; Leisure, recreation; musical instruments; Technology; Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; Holiday; Engagement; Science; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; aerial photographs; Exhibitions; Technology; transport
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title 7, 6 m exhibition in Hanover marriage Selectron camera: Vlasdeck German air show, Hann-Langenhagen world exhibition in New York camera: Rau origin: Metro, KLT K8: 500 minutes after New York closing brand 3, 1 m
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