UFA-Dabei 624/1968 09.07.1968
01 Wildenrath: air show "50 years of Royal Air Force" title: your playground of the sky, image: giant parking lot. Flying jet fighters of the Red arrows flying close over the ground. Fighter jet flies up steeply. Driving shots at aircraft over. The squadron aerobatic red arrows. People look up. Flight with contrails.
(29 m) 02 Rouen: formula I race cars to the "Grand Prix of France" start the race car. Race car on the track. Jo Schlesser flings on Honda. Giant explosion flame on the race track. Race car driving to fire around. Fire deletes. Car wreck. Dead racer is salvaged from the wreck and covered with a blanket. Transport on a stretcher. Winner Jackie Ickx with flowers, serious.
(24 m) 03 Heppenheim: groundbreaking computer factory by Honeywell title: this technique: A meadow with a future, image: backhoe lifts Sedimental. Photographer with camera on tripod filming on meadow. Meadow soil will be excavated. Waving US flag. Right of way by car. Beer barrel is rolled. Marching German landsknechts in costume. Helicopter. Blow landsknechte. Certificate is signed. State Secretary Dr. von Dohnanyi lays foundation stone. He speaks interview at groundbreaking ceremony: "the work of this building may happily succeed. The company, the city and the country may prosper."
Model of the building.
(37 m) 04. electronics at the Federal post office computer of the Federal Post Office in operation. Light signals. Graphs of the electronics determine the distance. Call counters will be photographed. Index cards are punched. Card Shuffler. Electronic memory system determines fees payable. Phone bills are pushed into printer.
(36 m) 5th Holland: the town crier competition title: in tourism: speaker yesterday, image: Crier Crier, great actuality. Tourists as a listener of Ausrufern that go along the streets.
(24 m) 06. Hamburg: Miß Sunkist plant Citrusbaum phantom playing brothers on stairs. Miß Sunkist occurs out of plane and is greeted with flowers. Cameramen in quantities. You plants a tree, which will carry 5 different fruits. It gives the start whistle. Young men jump into water to inflatable boat with citrus fruit. Miß Sunkist throwing oranges to people on the barge. Old woman on Bank absorbs orange.
(38 m) 07. Berlin: German pop song contest title: this music hits of tomorrow, image: Dorthe, Graham Bonney, SIW Malmkvist singing. Singers in make-up salon are melted. Curly hairstyle, singer with cloth of the face. Graham Bonney sings original sound. Dorthe sings "you'd stayed actuality in Düsseldorf" 2nd place. Listeners applaud. Nadja Tiller, half-close. Winner SIW Malmkvist singing "Harlequin" original sound. Listeners applaud. Dorthe congratulates SIW Malmkvist.
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Bonney, Graham ; Dörte ; Dohnanyi von, Klaus ; Malmkvist, Siw ; Tiller, Nadja ; Ichx, Jackie ; Schlesser, Jo
Heppenheim, Germany ; Hamburg ; Wildenrath ; Holland ; Berlin ; Düsseldorf ; Burep ; Rouen
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Flowers ; Customs ; cameramen, cameramen ; Special events ; Flags ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Plants ; Photographers ; Postal, postal services ; beauty care ; Technology ; Costumes ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; Microphones ; Competitions ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Construction ; construction ; Entertainment, festivals ; Gastronomy ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Viewers and audience ; Technology ; transport
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand their playground: the sky Airshow d. RAF camera: Pahl, Luppa racing i. Rouen origin: Pathé journal, Eclair in technology is a meadow with a future cornerstone Honeywell electronics b. d. Federal post origin: archive in tourism according to spokesman yesterday Dutch town crier origin: Polygoon Miss Sunkist i. Hamburg camera: Rühe, l., Petersen this music hits of tomorrow Schlager Festival Berlin camera: Pahl at the beginning and end of
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