UFA-Dabei 645/1968 03.12.1968


01 Berlin: Closure of the exhibition "The woman" TC by Beta-SP 568 titles: in art: the women are to blame, image: bent gymnasts from behind at gymnastics.
Transport in Berlin. Double-decker bus. Poster: 2nd world exhibition of photography. The exhibition is closed. Photos: Young woman with a flag, marching girls, Asian girls with gun, faces of desperate women, weeping woman in front of Totem, wife astronaut helmet. Member of the extraparliamentary opposition gives interview, why exhibition closure was enforced. "Interview: I believe a distinctive impression is she simply trivialized anything if E.g. the woman at work, then there are women who make pots or other any arts and crafts work."
Photos: Women in factory, woman with earrings on the roulette table. Organizer gives interview, big, o-ton: "The exhibition has, after all, a pure material value amounting to 30,000 DM, not to expect the difficulties that would be created when a demolition or destruction of objects." Photos: Laughing young girl, gun barrel on temple by Asian, dead.
(10:00:00 10:01:40) 02. Richard von Frankenberg: so BB´s fun driving - NSU. 1 follow Richard from Frankenberg to tax cars, big. Racing car in curve. Frankenberg on racetrack, racing helmet in cars. Hand wheel, great. Foot switches from the gas to the brake, great. Switching, great. Wheels rotating images.
Title: Richard von Frankenberg: is driving fun image: close-up of Richard von Frankenberg.
Frankenberg driving speaks Interview Tip 1: take care of others: "remember: You too take care of yourself!" Give the other any reason to laugh about you! On our roads, there are more beginner, poseurs and mature institution idiots than you believe. There's the aggressive - stubborn and aggressive, like a tank. They are ruthless and To want to be smarter than the others. And think of the weekend at the countless Sunday driver. You To give the family home customer education, irrespectively of the road. Watch for animals! Not all have the opportunity to attend a driving school. Stop and give the right of way of the animals. Watch out for Germany's country folk: It cannot be easily. Use the time - think of something beautiful. And Germany's housewives - we know that - are nowhere more feared than at the wheel of the family car." Dissolute VW on tow truck. Car hangs on towing crane. Mr Günther at the wheel sticks out tongue, large. Driver keeps MG beside him at the wheel. Tank is in front of barracks. Citroën take pace on pedestrian crossing. People jump back. Mr Rothkegel lies on sofa with control and driving lying. Small Fiat full of people going. There is a herd of cows on the road. Warning sign "Cows". Mr Lüthke is cow herd on board with road signs in traffic education. Car stops in front of cow herd. Cows walk past. Trek with liquid manure wagon slowly cross road. Cars stop. Rider in a bikini rides across Street. Riders with face masks at the wheel. Frankenberg speaks interview.
(10:01:35 10:03:15) 03 taking toys in Germany economy: who has the choice, image: Christmas lights. Hamburg streets with Christmas lights and traffic in the evening. Modern sex dolls. Little girl doll is the bottle. Current dolls. Children start dolls falling over. Jumping frog. Girl plays on a toy piano. Arouser crawl: plastic milk is poured into forms. Figures are burned on fire. Little girls flowers adheres to the ear. Space station Mir. Boy with toy car and looping track. Toy Nikolaus comes from bag.
(10:03:10 10:05:00) 04. Yugoslavia: Atelier mirror "Winnetou and Shatterhand in the Valley of the dead" in film: come on dear may, image: Indians riding. Pierre Brice, great. as Winnetou. Lex Barker, big as old Shatterhand. Karin Dor, great. Director Harald Reinl, great. Karin Dor sits on a folding chair. Lex Barker sits on a folding chair. Ralf Wolter as Sam Hawkens. Riding Lex Barker and Pierre Brice. Makeup artist make-up. Get off the horse. Gold Digger gang is stunned by poison gas on the ground. Ralf Wolter is lying on the ground Get up and drink.
(10:04:55 10:06:05) 05. Hildegard Knef on the rehearsal and ceremony of "Golden record" Hildegard Knef with Golden record. Audience claps. Gold record, great. KNEF with microphone, gives interview, big: "there is something that you have Not yet achieved?" "So, I must tell you 5 minutes before I climb on the stage or even just 15 minutes, can't think of anything at the moment. Yes, however, perhaps sometimes to have the peace of mind - and she quickly to have - after an exhausting work and peace I need to recharge. I never quite got that." "Is there something that scared you on tour?" "That my strength fades. You can not call it stage fright, but I'm in a terrible tension before a performance, always." "What does a star, to be successful?" "I don't know." Hildegard Knef prior to performance. She gives instructions original sound excited. Performance and singing great, original sound. Bowing before the audience.
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Barker, Lex ; Brice, Pierre ; Dor, Karin ; Frankenberg von, Richard ; Günther, Werner ; Knef, Hildegard ; Lütke ; Reinl, Harald ; Rothkegel, Walter ; Wolter, Ralf


Berlin ; Hamburg ; Munich ; Yugoslavia ; Italy ; Mexikco city


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bundeswehr ; Honors ; Hands ; Interviews ; Children ; filmmaking ; Women, mothers ; Musical events ; Night ; Toys, toys ; Townscapes: Germany ; Animals (except dogs) ; Accidents ; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Transport: General ; Science and research ; Microphones ; Christmas ; Listener ; Exhibitions ; Viewers and audience ; transport


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UFA-Dabei 645/1968

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In art the women did closure of the exhibition "The woman" in Berlin camera: Pahl NSU - 1 episode origin: Archive this camera toy in Germany economy who has the choice: L. this film come on dear Mai Winnetou Studio mirror while music gold record and sample Hildegard Knef camera: Rau, Brandes, Rühe at the beginning and end of total length

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20th Anniversary of Hildegard Knef’s Death († February 1, 2002)

She was the first international star from the destroyed and internationally ostracized post-war Germany - the actress, singer and writer Hildegard Knef.

Born in Ulm on December 28, 1925, Hildegard Frieda Albertine Knef grew up in Berlin. After graduating from high school, she initially trained as an animator, and from 1943 as an actress.

The young artist attracted international attention with her portrayal of a concentration camp inmate in the first German post-war production "Die Mörder sind unter uns" (The Murderers Are Among Us). The scandal following the film "Die Sünderin“ (The Sinner) made her leave for Hollywood. Under the name "Hildegarde Neff," she got a role in the Hemingway drama "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" (1952), in which she also sang two songs by Cole Porter. The composer was so impressed by her interpretation that he hired her for the leading role in his Broadway musical "Silk Stockings", with which Knef was highly successful.

"Die Knef" returned to Germany in 1957. At first she was cast in British and French film productions, and eventually in West German film productions. When the offers left much to be desired, she began focusing on her singing career. Once described by Ella Fitzgerald as "the greatest singer without a voice," it was precisely this smoky voice that became her trademark. Following international releases, Hildegard Knef made it into the German charts with songs like "Aber schön war es doch," "Mackie Messer" and "Eins und eins, das macht zwei. Her best-known song, however, was "Für mich soll's rote Rosen regnen," which she re-recorded in 1992 with the German band Extrabreit. From 1970 on, she also wrote a series of books, including two autobiographical works that became bestsellers even in the U.S., but also a volume of her own lyrics and poems.

Due to the hype surrounding her persona, she moved back to the U.S. for a few years in the 1980s. Unfortunately, she was unable to live up to her earlier successes. Back in Germany, she was booked in a number of shows and feature films on television. In 1999 she recorded her last LP "17 Millimeter", which once again made it into the charts.

Having struggled with various illnesses since the 1970s, she died on February 1, 2002 as a result of her emphysema.

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