UFA-Dabei 626/1968 23.07.1968


01 St. Peter: International German championship of the beach sailors doing sports: sailing, wind, sand, image: pan across Beach Beach crew. Tire with wacky profile, great. Parts of the boat. Wolfgang Mischnick waving star banner. Beach sailing roll over the beach. Boats leave curve at an angle. Uwe Schröder, big winner settles helmet. Beach sailor with helmet, great.
(46 m) 02 Holland: Gypsy meeting mission "Pentecostal" sect here currently: notes at the time, image: gypsy camp before windmill Caravan. Child sees behind the window out. Women and children from the caravan. Big tent. Gypsy speaks with worship of the Pentecostal sect. Gypsy clapping and singing. Baptism of adults in river.
(26 m) 03 Olympic fashions for Mexico demonstration of party dress in ZL. Costume. Tracksuits. Athletic suit. Bags and suitcases.
(24 m) 04. Frankfurt: prefab plastic parts, plastic parts are assembled. Family sitting in the garden and waits for completion of the House. Joining together and screw the parts. Finished House.
(21 m) 5th United States: VW plastic body for VW buggy VW radiator. Plastic body. Car drives through terrain and on the beach.
(20 m) 6th Travemünde: Marlen Charell it comes at night their finest hour image: close-up Marlene Charell Marlene Charell goes on the promenade of Travemünde. Photos of her performing in the Folies Bergeres and in Las Vegas. Marlene Charell sings in Travemünde, actuality, big with large feathered hat. She gives interview, big o-ton: "What does a girl like you, to be happy?" "Happy to be - well, maybe my job is Very much important for me, because he makes me happy Very much." ... I would never undress myself, never in front of the camera and also in front of an audience never. There could be what wanted. ... My biggest goal is to stay in America and to build a real career. I was in America, but I want to get back and just stabilize my career there and maybe over stay my whole life." "There is a specific model you emulate?" "No, no, not really. I would like to remain a private type Marlene Charell, and keep your own style. "Bums - out!" She dances on ship. You bathe in a bikini. Close-up profile. Performance and singing in Travemünde in long pants suit.
(65 m) 07 Pamplona: bull-fighting festival title: blood flows in Pamplona, image: Bullfighter. Bulls run on the road and slip in the curves, and fall. Young men walk down the street with the bulls. Young man is injured by Bull. Bulls run in the arena. Bullfighting. Bullfighter Miguel Marquez of death shock the bull and will hurt himself. He is pulled out of the arena and carried on shoulders. Viewers.
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Charell, Marlene ; Mischnik, Wolfgang ; Marquez, Miguel ; Schröder, Uwe


Frankfurt ; Travemünde ; United States ; Pamplona ; Holland ; St. Peter


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Interviews ; Musical events ; Olympics ; Portraits ; Religious events ; Sailing ; Sports details, fouls ; bullfighting ; Dance ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Fashion ; construction ; Waste ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Dabei 626/1968

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

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Federal Republic of Germany

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Title brand in sports wind sand and sailing Yachting i. St. Peter camera: Brandes, Seib doing news notes at the time of Gypsy meeting i. Holland origin: Polygoon Olympic fashion camera: Luppa plastic House camera: Luppa plastic-VW (buggy) camera: fire of take comes their big Marlene Charell story hour camera: L., Seib origin: Archive blood flows in Pamplona Pamplona (the Bulls) origin: No.-do at the beginning and end of

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