UFA-Dabei 636/1968 01.10.1968
01 de Gaulle in Bonn title: it currently: notes at the time, de Gaulle's in car de Gaulle and Kiesinger get in front of the Palais Schaumburg from car, half-close. Standing motorcycle escort of the police as well as motorcycles. Policeman differentiates helm. Conference room. De Gaulle, Couve de Murville, Debree on the Conference table, half-close. Kiesinger and Brandt, half-close. De Gaulle, great. Kiesinger and Brandt, great. Couve de Murville, great. Debree, great.
(17 m) 02 Brigitte Bardot the world premiere of her film "Shalako" Arthur Brown celebrates in the "old"simple, half-close. Peter van Eick, half-close. Brigitte Bardot with champagne glass, half-close. Photographers surround Brigitte Bardot.
(19 m) 3rd Kinshasa: election of Miß Europe in Congo beauty queens drive in car Corso through town. Beauty queens on the catwalk. Miß Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden in a bathing suit. Winner, Miß Finland is congratulated.
(17 m) 04 Photokina 1968 title: Photokina 1968-the optical paradise, image: man with camera, great. Take photos of man with camera, great. Lübke in the company goes through exhibition, total. Man with small Rollei, large. Agfa Gevaert stand. Rollei: Photos home, leaves, woman's face. Film Studio model. Was the USSR. Models of Lunar satellite and moon photo. Smallest SLR Instamatic. Kodak stand. Seller explains camera. Instamatic on rotating plate of exhibition. As Arnold and judge! Arriflex sold it with shield to UFA. Dry winding device. Finished photo development. Camera lenses, are turning.
(54 m) 5th Thomas Fritsch on Sylt title: this music summer's end on Sylt, image: Thomas Fritsch is located in the sand with my hat to the face.
Thomas Fritsch is located in the sand. He emerges from the water. He sits in the Café at table outdoors with girls. It is located on the beach. He walks through sand. He gives interview, big, o-ton: "it means that your work here in Germany No more find the right recognition and therefore to find the proper recognition and they therefore flee to America. Is that true?"
"No, that sounds a bit, as if I would be bitter. I just think that you get Very much, Very much few opportunities in Germany and is what needs a young actor. What I'm looking for, just a chance to acknowledge me and learn A lot, and just to get ahead."
"What would be a Thomas Fritsch, leave the success?" "He would not give up in any case, he would To try to fight, to fight and to use the elbow and again to achieve the success. I think at least, I can not imagine, I am optimistic somewhere, and I know I can fight."
Thomas Fritsch goes on the promenade and sings original sound. Singing lying on bench before high-rise building at the Harbour on old Kahn.
(56 m) 06. Auto Racing Le Mans this engine Porsche in the bad luck image: Auditorium, shot back racers run to the car. Start. Car on the track and curve. Cars come by the way is aufgechaufelt. Headlights of cars At night. Fancy car at the edge of the track. Official waving banner. Ford WINS. Victor Rodriguez and Bianchi, half-close.
(30 m) 07 Braunschweig: football Eintracht Braunschweig - Bayern Munich 2:3 in sports. Victory in the Overdrive, image: spectators, half-close. Goalkeeper of Brunswick Wolter keeps ZL. Goalkeeper saves ZL. Goalkeeper Wolter fights from ZL. (Camera behind gate). Game scenes in front of the Braunschweiger gate in ZL. Players fall over each other. Viewers, tall, with hands in front of his face, taking away. Bayern's attacking. Ball will be shot over the goal. Müller shoots the 2:1 serious viewers. Brunswick misses on the target. Nice as a spectator, half-close. Bayern striker will be. Shot of Bavaria on the crossbar. ZL. Müller shoots the 3:1 ZL. Ball in the net, big. Spectators, half-close. Damania, Brunswick shooting shortly before the end of the 3:2 flags are waved.
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Bianchi; Bardot, Brigitte; Brandt, Willy; Brauner, Artur; Couve de Murville; Debré; Eick van, Peter; Fritsch, Thomas; Gaulle de, Charles; Kiesinger, Kurt; Lübke, Heinrich; Deppe; Müller, Gerd; Rodringuez, Pedro; Schön, Helmut; Wolter, Ralf
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Interviews; cameramen, cameramen; filmmaking; Women, mothers; Leisure, recreation; Football; motor sports; Musical events; Photographers; Police; Portraits; Satellite; beauty pageants; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; State visits (inside); automotive engineering, automotive; Exhibitions; transport
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- This up-to-date notes at the time of de Gaulle in Bonn camera: Seib, Zakariah Brigit bardo in Munich camera: talent Madzivanyika choice of Miß Europe in Congo origin: Belgavox photokina 1968 optical paradise Photokina 1968 camera: Jackson doing music late summer on Sylt Thomas Fritsch camera: Seib this engine Porsche in the unlucky race of Le Mans origin: Pathé journal doing sports victory in the Overdrive football: Braunschweig-Bayern Munich origin: View i. d. World (Pool 3) at the beginning and end of total length
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In the realm of photography the name Rollei reverberates, even today. The company’s Rolleiflex camera enjoys cult status. It all goes back to the ingenious mechanic and founder Reinhold Heidecke. To turn his vision for a new kind of camera for the up and coming roll film into reality, he and businessman Paul Franke found the Werkstatt für Feinmechanik und Optik, Franke & Heidecke in 1920. One of their first products, the Rolleidoscope, is the first roll film camera to produce stereoscopic pictures. Later it would lend the company and brand its name “Rollei”.
Eight years after the company’s founding Heidecke’s and Franke’s dream finally becomes reality: The Rolleiflex is the first twin-lens reflex camera that uses roll film in a 6x6 cm format. The camera is unusually compact thanks to its two lenses that lie atop of each other. It is very robust and also provides very high image quality, making it popular with professional photographers and photojournalists.
In the coming years the company develops additional models, such as the less expensive Rolleicord and tirelessly works on improving the Rolleiflex. The camera finally has its golden years in the 1950s, thanks to a lack of competitors but also thanks to the development of new equipment such as telephoto and wide-angle lenses and its underwater-housing.
After Heidecke's death in 1960—Franke passed away 10 years earlier—Rollei undergoes a complete restructuring due to a massive expansion of its product line. However, the only successful new product is the Rollei 35, a miniature camera the size of a pack of cigarettes. Business is up and down with a changing roster of CEOs and owners, the opening and closing of a number of production sites, bankruptcies and outsourcing as well as the sale of trademark and licensing rights. Today the label Rollei primarily sells photo and camera accessories as well as actioncams and dashcams.