UFA-Dabei 691/1969 21.10.1969

Synopsis

01 change of Government in Bonn this policy - the change in power, image: Bundestag. Vote in the Bundestag when voting. Kiesinger chooses. Helmut Schmidt in an interview. Schröder at ballot box. Strauß at ballot box. On the Rut Brandt Auditorium. Willy Brandt sitting. Erhard and Kiesinger. Pan across Parliament. By hassel speaks actuality and announces the result of the vote: "I note that the deputies Brandt proposed by the Lord President has United the majority of members of the Bundestag on himself. "I ask the MEPs Brandt: assume the election?" Brandt speaks interview: "Yes, Mr. President, I choose accept." Deputies clapping. He was congratulated. Scheel congratulates. Cameramen. Brandt at Heinemann. Brandt gets out of car. Brandt goes next to Kiesinger. Drivers swap stander of Chancellor from car to car. Willy Brandt speaks o oath before the Bundestag: "... "Damage turn from him, uphold the basic law and the laws and defend, conscientiously fulfill my duties and Justice against anyone about going to, so help me God." Cameramen.

02. Berlin: Fashion Interchic in Berlin - fashion on transit, image: mannequins. Mannequins run outdoors. Screen fashion show. Suit, coat and umbrella. Screens are painted. Man, woman, and child with shade. Transparent evening suit and umbrella. Man, woman, and screen. Trouser suits. Mini dresses. Mannequins are sitting on tractors.

03. grape Festival in Lugano Lugano Lake. COP shows tourists the way. Drive cars. Old woman with hat as a spectator. People in the outdoor café. Girl force when moving. Flag wavers. Spectators old and young, tall. Flower cart.

04. Osnabrück: folk song festival in folk - songs for lovers, image: singer. Asian singer sings original sound. Hamish Imlach's interview about folklore songs. He sings actuality "Ramensky", the song from the eternal prisoner.

05. Hamburg: Germany - Scotland 3-2 in World Cup qualifier sports - game of the year, image: flood light before gate network. Floodlit match. Scots storm. Meier drops the ball. Jock shoots ZL (door camera), 1-0 in goal. Cheering at spectators. Haller hits the post. Fichtelgebirge shoots the compensation. Viewers filling image, swing flags. Floodlight. Foul. German player falls. Seeler beheads to Miller, who shoots ZL (door camera) 2-1. Viewers filling picture. Scottish compensation, ZL. Meier at good and bad goalkeeper parades. Hötkes strikes the ball out of the gate. Ball flies over the gate. Meier loses ball. Lambe storms alone, plays defender and shoots 3:2. Lambe falls and jumps. Cheering in the audience. Players go from the square.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brandt, Willy

Places

Berlin ; Hamburg ; Bonn

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Football ; Fashion ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 691/1969

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
21.10.1969
Year of Production:
1969

Credits

Origin:
This policy of the night Exchange Chancellor choice in Bonn camera: Jürgens, Rühe in Berlin fashion on Interchic Berlin journey through camera: Pahl, Ahsendorf Wine Festival in Lugano camera: Jürgens, fire with folklore songs f. friends of folk song festival in Osnabrück camera: Brandes, Zaki in sports game of the year international Germany/Scotland camera: Seib, Rieck, Wiers, Zaki at the beginning and end of total length

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