UFA-Dabei 616/1968 14.05.1968

Synopsis

1 Berlin: German Championship heavyweight Gerhard Zech Jürgen Blin in the Sports Palace title: doing sports: old rivals in the ring, image: Boxer in the ring. Both boxers in the shock Exchange. The Boxer, big feet. Jürgen Blin is attacking. Spectators and spectator, large. Blin slips and falls. Blin ends up hit. He hits with both hands. Boxer in the corner during the break. Maintainer talks on Boxer. Man beats Gong. Last round. Blin exhausted attacks Once again. Laughing audience, great. The winner photo Zech and Blin in the wreath.
Policy (44 m) 02 student unrest in Paris and Viet Nam Conference here: barricades in Paris, image: overturned cars on the road. Street fighting. Police proceed with guns in chain. Student masses in the street. Burning vehicles. Onslaught of the masses. Car driving out of Hotel Majestic. Centre de conferences international shield. Handshake Acerell Hyrriman and Xuan Thuy. Cameramen. The delegations at the Conference table. Door closes. Street battle. Burnt out vehicles and cars tossed around.
(49 m) 03 Bonn: Star March on Bonn to demonstration against the emergency laws it currently: March on Bonn, image: mass removal. Train station. Emergency teams from Berlin get off train. Transparent 1100 were but 17 million may not be. Car speakers. Star walk in the city. Run step. Red flags are worn. Wolfram Dorn FDP speaks interview. Heinrich Boll speaks interview: Interview: "that, ladies and gentlemen, what annoys citizens of current policy, not the awake master on the street corner, can change but only the politician. This law to adopt, as it exists in the version of April 4, would be a Very much bad execution. Should it be adopted, they can be carried away not to violent actions or convince. No, Yes, quiet whistle, whistle quiet."
Young listeners. Pan across dimensions.
(42 m) 04. Melina Mercouri in Essen this policy: tour for the freedom, image: Melina Mercouri in Leopard coat, swing.
Melina Mercouri, great. You smokes great. Listeners come in the room. Melina Mercouri sings original sound. It receives bouquet presented after performance. Audience wave at you. Listeners come to the stage and shake the hand of Melina Mercouri.
(47 m) 5th Bremen: Mireille Mathieu in Germany this music: Mireille at us, image: profile of Mireille Mathieu, large Mireille Mathieu is welcomed with flowers. Cinematographer. Mireille Mathieu in car, large, laughing. Her manager Johnny Stark, great. Mireille Mathieu in rehearsal before performance. She sings original sound. Testing of the microphones. Close up singing "Je ne suis rien sans toi."
(65 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Blin, Jürgen ; Böll, Heinrich ; Dorn, Wolfram ; Harriman, Averell ; Mathieu, Mireile ; Mercouri, Melina ; Stark, Johnny ; Thuy, Xuan ; Zech, Gerhard

Places

Paris ; Bonn ; Bremen ; Berlin ; Food

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Boxes ; Demonstrations ; cameramen, cameramen ; Flags ; Fire ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Police ; Smoking ; Advertising ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Doors ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Foreign policy events ; Listener ; Viewers and audience ; Sports honors ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Dabei 616/1968

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.05.1968
Year of Production:
1968

Credits

Origin:
Title brand in sports old rivals i. ring boxes: Zech - Blin camera: Pahl, Wiers this policy barricades i. Paris student unrest i. Paris & Viet Nam Conference, Paris origin: Pathé journal, Eclair it currently Marsh a. Bonn star March a. Bonn (emergency laws) camera: Luppa, Seib, Zakariah this policy tour f. d. freedom Melina Mercouri i. food camera: Luppa, Seib doing music Mireille us Mireille Mathieu i. Germany camera: Jackson at the beginning and end of

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Mireille Mathieu turns 75 (*July 22, 1946)

The fairy-tale career of Mireille Mathieu is like a modern version of Cinderella. The little girl from a poor home in provincial France has one passion: singing. She dreams of becoming a singer – just like her great role model Edith Piaf. At the age of 14 she left school without a diploma and worked as an unskilled labourer in a paper factory to help support her 16-member family. Until one day in November 1965 when she won the television show "Télé Dimanche" with a Piaf interpretation and became the talk of the town as the reincarnation of the "Sparrow of Paris”.

Her first single promptly sold 1.7 million copies, and the song "Mon Crédo" climbed to No. 1 in the French charts. Songs like "Acropolis adieu" and "La Palome adé" eventually made the chansonette world famous. In her career spanning more than 50 years, the petite woman with the striking pageboy haircut has recorded 1,200 songs in eleven languages, sold almost 190 million records and completed seven world tours. She has hosted her own television shows in France, Germany and Italy, performed on stage with ABBA, Tom Jones and Charles Aznavour, and sung for heads of state such as Elizabeth II, Nicolas Sarkozy and Vladimir Putin. The poor girl has become a world star.

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