UFA-Dabei 707/1970 10.02.1970
01. Training of Borussia Mönchengladbach
Players run onto the field. One practices head balls. Players jump over low hurdles one after the other with their feet closed. Hennes Weisweiler gives interview, big and close, O-tone: "I think that's the most important thing in our team that we can play between attack and defense. The strikers are on the defensive and the defenders support the attack. That is certainly the decisive thing ... Well, it is the case that I not only determine, decide on my own, sure, I am alone in the team line-up - but I call for discussion. We discuss tactical plans together." Interviewer: Dr. Jürgen Haese. Speed exercises. Assistance to Weisweiler. Schlott, semi-total. Günter Netzer practices head balls, ZL, big. Comments from Laumen, Köppel, Netzer, Müller, Lefevre, O-Ton: "Yes, at the moment in the Bundesliga it is the case that it is our job, but you also have to consider it as a game." - "No, I would say: more job." - "Yes, it is still a game and for me a hobby. I think a footballer who only plays football because of money cannot play good football. It has to be a hobby." - "And yet there are moments for you, too, where you don't enjoy football anymore?" - "Yes, if the training is maybe too hard, or if you have too hard opponents - that happens again and again over the course of a year." - "Yes, I think that's the same in my professional life, that you go to the office early for example and you don't like the work that way, that's how it happens to us in the game." - "I hope that we'll be spared from injury. Then I would like to assume that we have a good chance of winning the World Cup."
02. Football: Kaiserslautern - Borussia Mönchengladbach
Game scenes. Ball flies over the goal. Wimmer scores goal. Köppeö shoots ball into goal. Ball lonely in goal. Result 4:1 for Mönchengladbach. Players leave the field. Hannes Weisweiler, tall, speaks.
03. Meschede: Smallpox diseases
Place sign Meschede, large. Total of the place. Blocked snowy path, sign: smallpox block district, access prohibited. Street in Meschede. Hospital, totally, ambulance in the yard. Sign on glass door: Visit forbidden. Catholic nurse at the open window. Bremer Hygieniker Professor Dr. van Marwyck, large, O-tone on the topic of smallpox vaccination: "There is a legitimate and understandable nervousness in the Federal Republic about the smallpox cases that have occurred here and about the assessment of the vaccination effect. It should be corrected that smallpox vaccination for the prevention of smallpox is the only possible measure to protect against smallpox and there is no discussion at all about the value of this vaccination." Young women walk in the door: Entrance G of the drC Meschede Health Office. People in the vaccination ward. Vaccination scenes: adult man gets vaccinated and little girl, close. Passing the serum, close
3. (a) Quarantine ship
Moving ship, sideways, large. Bug with quarantine flag. Sailor on the phone. Quarantine ship approaches a ship. Port doctor climbs over Jakobsleiter on board. Doctor examines sick sailor in his bunk. Sick man is hoisted aboard the quarantine ship wrapped in canvas. Quarantine ship, totally. Ambulance sat on the quayside. Sick person is pushed in. Ambulance drives to small quarantine station. Pfleger closes the lattice door. Sick person is unloaded. Nurses and sick people alone in the room, doctors look through windows into the hospital room. Harbour image Bremen.
04. Cologne: Rose Monday parade
Various settings of the parade, among others brass band disguised as fat women. Brandt caricature. The great clear from the far north. Cardboard mesh woman with 6 children in bed, inscription: Take a break.
05. Dornier Delta city car
Hands on the steering wheel, close. Dornier delta driving, total, multiple settings. Picture from above: Dornier Delta car enters vertically to the Kantstein in the smallest parking space. Lady gets out. Length comparisons with a bicycle.
06. Paris: Esterel fashion for 1970
Colored Mannequin in Maxi. Various settings of the mannequins in very colored, mostly mini dresses and turban-like headgear. Mireille Mathieu among the spectators. Dresses 2-hand wide under the knee and knitted stockings. Pris im Ritz: Goldsmith's Fashions by Ilias Lalaounis: Various settings of rich gold jewellery (all over the body) on a dark background. Uni sex: Several settings of couples in similar robes, that is, men in dresses.
07. Val Gardena/ Tyrol: Alpine World Ski Championships
Growing skis. Runners in concentration before the start. Thighs are massaged. Start of the men's special slalom, run by Gustav Thöni becomes 4th run by Billy Kidd/ Colorado. Run by Patrick Russell/ France, partly in ZL (silver medal). Start of Jean-Noel Augert and run. Applauding spectators. The 3 winners, half-total
Origin / Type of content
Persons in the Film
Augert, Jean-Noel ; Haese, Jürgen ; Kidd, Billy ; Marwyck van ; Schlott ; Köppel ; Laumen ; Lefèvre, Janou ; Müller, Friedrich ; Netzer, Günter ; Russell, Patrick ; Thöni, Gustav ; Weisweiler, Hennes ; Wimmer, Maria
Cologne ; Ulm ; Meschede ; Bremen ; Paris ; Elbe near Lauenburg ; Hamburg ; Gardena Valley/Tyrol ; Mönchengladbach ; Val Gardena ; Tyrol
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Carnival ; Carnival ; Football ; Shipping ; Jewelry ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Medicine ; Fashion ; transport
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UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)
- Country of Origin:
- Federal Republic of Germany
Year of Production and/or Release
- Date of Release:
- Year of Production:
- Football Kaiserslautern/Bor. Mönchengladbach and Training Bor.M.
Camera: Luppa, Luppa, Pahl
Smallpox in Meschede
Bremen Quarantine Station
Rose Monday train in Cologne
Dornier Delta city car
Fashion from France/Esterel
World Ski Championships, Slalom d. Men's
Beginning and end
Mireille Mathieu turns 75 (*July 22, 1946)
The fairy-tale career of Mireille Mathieu is like a modern version of Cinderella. The little girl from a poor home in provincial France has one passion: singing. She dreams of becoming a singer – just like her great role model Edith Piaf. At the age of 14 she left school without a diploma and worked as an unskilled labourer in a paper factory to help support her 16-member family. Until one day in November 1965 when she won the television show "Télé Dimanche" with a Piaf interpretation and became the talk of the town as the reincarnation of the "Sparrow of Paris”.
Her first single promptly sold 1.7 million copies, and the song "Mon Crédo" climbed to No. 1 in the French charts. Songs like "Acropolis adieu" and "La Palome adé" eventually made the chansonette world famous. In her career spanning more than 50 years, the petite woman with the striking pageboy haircut has recorded 1,200 songs in eleven languages, sold almost 190 million records and completed seven world tours. She has hosted her own television shows in France, Germany and Italy, performed on stage with ABBA, Tom Jones and Charles Aznavour, and sung for heads of state such as Elizabeth II, Nicolas Sarkozy and Vladimir Putin. The poor girl has become a world star.
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