UFA-Wochenschau 443/1965 19.01.1965
1st Golden screen for "Homesick for St. Pauli" and "Das Haus in Montevideo" cinema box office. Hand is gelt by switch. Cinema cashier's card and change. The advent in the foyer of a cinema audience. Freddy Quinn, total, on the stage behind a bouquet of flowers. Freddy Quinn sings original sound, half-close. Microphone with UFA characters. Freddy Gets the award "Golden screen". Spotlight moves back. Scenes from the film "Homesick for St. Pauli" with Jane Mansfield. Clapping audience. Heinz Rühmann, large ´. Hans Domnick, great. Scenes from the film "Das Haus in Montevideo" with Ruth Leuwerik. Helmut Käutner, as Director of the film, big. Hans Domnick receives the award "Golden screen". Heinz Rühmann arrives on the scene, close to half, and bows.
02. Gospel singers of America long shot of the village Alpirsbach in the Black Forest with chimney and smoke clouds. Tower of the Church behind branches. Pan across Abbey stained-glass Windows with Roman arch. Gothic narrow window arch above the altar. Statues of the Saints. Negro singers from America Bishop Samuel Kelsey as choristers. The Gospel singer and Gospelsängerinnen sing and clap the rhythm, totally. Negro on piano. Close-ups of black women and Negroes in the rhythm of the gospel songs cut.
03. Winston Churchill portrait close up Winston Churchill. Churchill, showing a V sign. Churchill during the holiday. Churchill, great. Image of Churchill as a young man. Traffic in London at the turn of the century. The English King George v drives with his wife in a carriage. Churchill carried on the shoulders of supporters through the crowd. Churchill at troop inspection, half-close. Impact of the grenade. England's coast. Flying aircraft. Bomb hits on the sea. Hitler greeted Mussolini at the station. Burning Coventry. Churchill walks through the rubble of Coventry. British troops in Africa, total. Churchill before stereoscopic binoculars, half-close. Churchill wearing a pith helmet in Africa. He's V sign showing. Churchill on the battleship Prince of Wales, on the railing standing from behind. Churchill sitting next to Roosevelt a Chorale singing. Churchill rising in Moscow from the aircraft down. Churchill next to Stalin, half-close. Churchill presented Stalin with a sword. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin in Tehran. Churchill in military uniform, large. Eden, great. De Gaulle in addition to Roosevelt, total. Churchill next to de Gaulle and Roosevelt. Laundry hangs the washing on the Siegfried line in addition to shield. Churchill at tour of the Western Wall. Sign this what the Siegried line. Churchill next to the Gaulle Paris moves, standing in an open car. Military parade before Churchill. In addition to Churchill, Montgomery is. Potsdam: Handshake Churchill-Truman-Stalin. Churchill's image. Churchill as painter in the holiday. Exhibition of the pictures of Churchill's. Tribute to Churchill in the House of Commons with his portrait. Churchill speaks interview: "this portrait is a remarkable example of modern art." Churchill welcomed Queen Elizabeth before Downing Street 10 in reception to dinner party with kiss on the hand. In addition to Churchill, Lady Churchill and Prince Philip is available. Churchill next to Eisenhower sitting on the sofa, totally. Churchill, great. De Gaulle greeted Churchill with cheek kiss. Awarding of the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen. Behind Churchill Adenauer. Among the listeners Heuss. Churchill waving from balconies. Crowds on the street. People make V signs on the road in Brussels.
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Churchill, Winston ; Domnick, Hans ; Eden, Anthony ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Georg V. von England ; Heuss, Theodor ; Hitler, Adolf ; Käutner, Helmut ; Kelsey, Samuel ; Leuwerik, Ruth ; Mansfield, Jane ; Montgomery, Bernhard ; Mussolini, Benito ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Quinn, Freddy ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Rühmann, Heinz ; Stalin, Josef ; Truman, Harry
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- Title brand 7, 6 m movie news golden screen: f. "Homesick for St. Pauli" & "The pick in Montevideo" camera: Jürgens, Zakariah study Gospel singer from America camera: strong of the portrait of Winston Churchill origin: Pathé news, archive
Freddy Quinn’s 90th Birthday 90(* September 27, 1931)
Freddy Quinn is the epitome of the "singing sailor" and one of the most successful and versatile entertainers of the early Federal Republic.
In a career spanning more than 50 years, he has performed as a singer, actor, entertainer and circus performer. He has sold more than 60 million records and received countless awards - including 17 gold records, 16 Lions from Radio Luxemburg, two "Golden Bambis" and a "Golden Screen".
No one else conveyed the longings of the post-war generation like he did. He landed six number 1 hits between the mid-1950s and mid-1960s, with the titles "Heimweh", "Heimatlos", "Der Legionär", "Die Gitarre und das Meer", "La Paloma" and "Junge, komm bald wieder". He even enacted the figure of the lonely seafarer, so often sung about in his songs, in a series of musical films. The title role of "Freddy" was written specifically for him. He starred alongside well-known actors such as Heidi Brühl and Heinz Erhardt.
In "Heimweh nach St. Pauli" he even co-starred with Hollywood star Jayne Mansfield. Freddy Quinn also appeared in musicals such as „Der Junge von St. Pauli“ or „Große Freiheit Nr. 7“, as well as in operettas, in folk theatre plays and, last but not least, in the circus.
Having spent some time with the travelling circus as a teenager, he dazzled his audience in TV galas like "Stars in the Manege", high-wire acts being his specialty. Later he became a host of tv shows "Zirkus, Zirkus" and "Manegen der Welt".
In the mid 60s his success curve began to wane, yet Freddy Quinn continued to be present on the world's stages and screens over the next few decades. Among other things, he recorded almost a dozen country albums and presented his own television show, "It's Country Time. In 2005 he went on the farewell tour "Memories" to say goodbye to his audience. Ever since he has mostly kept out from the public eye.