UFA-Wochenschau 523/1966 02.08.1966

Synopsis

World Cup: final Germany - England 2-4 reception the team in Frankfurt.
Title: The final - image: Wembley Stadium. Invasion of the teams. Crowds. Greeting the team leader Uwe Seeler and Bobby Moore. Kick-off of the German team. German attack on the English goal. Goalkeeper banks holds. Tilkowski collides with English players on defense and stays on the ground. Playback of the Germans. Defense of banks. Haller the 1: shoot 0 German audience waving flags. Tilkowski at parade. Hurst shoots out Argentine position the 1:1 goalkeeper parades. Referee blows for half-time. Music band invaded. 2nd half: waving spectators. Seeler at the ball are inside flank but goalie keeps. Seeler before the English goal. Halla make a defensive mistake. Ball bounces before Peter's foot that shoots up to 2-1. Spectators cheering. Weber shoots the compensation for the German team at the last minute. Extension: The 3rd goal for England. Stand copies of the shot and the ball in front of the goal line. Referees consulted linesman and decides gate. Cheers of the spectators. 4. goal for England in the last minute. Viewers are already on the field. The English players hug. Queen Elizabeth presented the trophy the English players. Moore holds up the trophy and kisses him. the German team goodbye. Moore on the shoulders of his comrades with Cup. Reception in Frankfurt: World Cup Willi resigns from aircraft. Nurses waving to the players. The crew before the plane. Triumphant ride through the city. Helmut Schön in addition to Uwe Seeler in car, Haller next to Beckenbauer, Emmerich and hero. Mass image filling. Sepp Herberger in car. The player on the balcony of the Town Hall waving flowers. Full image-waving crowd. Hero beckoning, half-close. Haller throws flowers among the crowd. Mayor Brundert speaking actuality and welcomed the team, next to him, totally Mende: "also, our gratitude that you brought out not only your last out in the game, thanks you but because you have played fairly and properly in all games despite some tough provocation by other teams." And I'm sure that you have gained many friends in the world through your good game, by your apparent camaraderie and your Fairneß. And now, my dear Frankfurt, do you have the word to the battle cry, we have repeatedly heard in the last few weeks: Uwe, Uwe,... "." The players in the Kaisersaal with World Cup Willi. Nice, Seeler, Tilkowski, hero. Seeler receives medal. Weber receives medal. People filling picture.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Banks, John ; Beckenbauer, Franz ; Brundert, Willi ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Emmerich ; Haller, Helmut ; Held, Siegried ; Herberger, Sepp ; Höttges ; Hurst ; Moore, Bobby ; Peters, Petra ; Seeler, Uwe ; Schön, Helmut ; Tilkowski ; Weber, Paul

Places

London ; Frankfurt

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; FIFA World Cup ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Sports honors ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 523/1966

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
02.08.1966
Year of Production:
1966

Credits

Origin:
Title brand that and play game: Germany / England role I roll II arrival and reception of the German eleven camera: strong, Luppa, reason at the beginning and end of

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