UFA-Wochenschau 507/1966 14.04.1966

Synopsis

1st Easter 1966 - the citizens-lines of cars - processions - Ostermarsch - crash of a Soviet Hunter JAK 25 in West Berlin title: image this week -: people go over bridge. Bunny hop over ice floes. Crocuses blooming in a meadow. People go with umbrellas. People go with umbrellas to the Church. Lines of cars on the highway with headlights on both carriageways. Lines of cars at entrance on Highway. Athletes at the Easter run in Paderborn. Bulk box. Run older men in uniform. Crowds of travellers on the train platform. Berlin train display. Young couple kissing on the platform. People waving from the departing train. Easter procession in southern Germany. Easter marchers with posters of Viet Nam the Vietnamese - disarmament. From dough release of balloons. East police see through binoculars. Crash site of a US Hunter JAK 25 on the Stößensee in West Berlin. Cemetery. Visitors to the Berlin sector border. Passes are controlled. Hand counting the presses of the visitors who go over border. Cars at the border crossing. Vopos, big boots. Drops of rain on the tree. Rabbit runs across ice floes.

02. Studio mirror: "7 Golden men and a bank" title: focus on film - image: Street in Geneva. Road construction crew unload tool on the road to mend road. Traffic. Construction crew is working. Woman in white fur coat goes over the road in the National Bank. Vault door opens. Policeman regulates traffic. Replay the scene in Munich.

03. Lenzerheide - Switzerland - filming for Indian film Indian actor run on skis and drive sled during filming for an Indian film. Indian actor couple, great.

04. Moscow: film performance 40 years "The Battleship Potemkin" withdrawal of Marines with flags. Movie poster. Director Sergey Eisenstein. Film clips: Marching soldier boots walk down stairs. Shooting. Desperate woman. Baby carriage rolling down stairs. The bow of a ship with waving soldiers. 05. Paris: key pendant collector title: the latest from Paris - image: key chain. Hand inside car ignition key. Key ring in a man's hand, big on fairground, in bulk on wall hung, dress of women from top to bottom. Small book as a trailer. Collection of supporters in Paris Café. Exchange market of the trailer. Font with value ads for trailers. Teeth as a trailer. Young people carry many keychains, belt and chain. Nude figure as a trailer.

06. Heidi sings Brühl "100 men and a command" title: the wave of protest - picture: Heidi Brühl stands on wall. Pan across the front of the House. Heidi Brühl sings great. Heidi Brühl, in between people. Close-up of singing.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brühl, Heidi ; Eisenstein, Sergej

Places

Burep ; Hamburg ; Munich ; Geneva ; Lenzerheide ; Moskau ; Paris ; East Berlin ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Viet Nam ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Paderborn

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Flowers ; Demonstrations ; Railways ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Expeditions ; filmmaking ; Musical events ; Easter ; Plants ; Rain ; Religious events ; Animals (except dogs) ; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Microphones ; Collectors, collections ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Transport: motorcycles ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 507/1966

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.04.1966
Year of Production:
1966

Credits

Origin:
Title brand this week Easter Roundup and Soviet jet fighter (crash Berlin) camera: Jürgens, strong reason, fire, Pahl, Seib, Vlasdeck, Pahl origin: Polkronika spotlight on film 7 Golden men (premiere of the film) camera: Vlasdeck Indians in the snow (ind. Filming) origin: Cine journal Battleship Potemkin origin: DEFA the latest from Paris key federal collector origin: Pathé journal the protest wave Heidi Brühl: "One hundred men and a command" camera: Seib beginning and end

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Heidi Brühl’s 80th Birthday (* January 30, 1942)

The singer and actress Heidi Brühl rose up to become a teenage idol in West Germany in the 1950s, that success would later expand to the USA.

After being discovered during ballet lessons at the age of 12, the Munich-born actress was cast in the film Der letzte Sommer (The Last Summer). That same year she got a part in another film, as "Sternchen" in "Heideschulmeister Uwe Karsten". A year later, she filled the leading role of "Dalli" in the Immenhof films, which would be her breakthrough role.

While taking singing, acting and language lessons, the now young woman was cast in various smaller roles in major motion pictures, such as Confessions of Felix Krull alongside Horst Buchholz in. At the age of 17-year-old she also signed her first recording contract. Brühl had several hits with songs like "Chico, Chico, Charly" and "Wir wollen niemals auseinandergehn" (We never want to part) and participated in the Grand Prix Eurovision in 1963.

After the death of her father and manager, Brühl got married to the US actor Brett Halsey in 1964, with whom she had two children. To boost their international careers the couple first lived in Rome, then moved to the USA, where Heidi Brühl continued her acting career. She was cast in film and television productions such as "Columbo" and Clint Eastwood's "By Order of the Dragon".

In Germany, she filmed the sequel to the "Immenhof" series in the early 1970s, before returning home for good after her divorce. With disco-style songs, Heidi Brühl finally celebrated a much-noticed comeback as a singer in the early 1980s and founded her own music publishing company, where she also took on a producing role. In addition, she acted in numerous television roles, such as "Tatort," "Praxis Bülowbogen" or "Ein Fall für zwei. At the age of only 49 she died of heart and circulatory failure following a cancer operation. Brühl is buried in Munich's Waldfriedhof cemetery.

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