UFA-Dabei 735/1970 25.08.1970

Synopsis

01. Berlin: On the Death of Ernst Lemmer
Tower of the Reichstag building, with flag at half-mast. Inside: Coffin covered with flag and Lemmer family. Swing from wreath to religious decoration at the foot of the coffin. Mayor Schütz and Frau am Sarge. Photo of Lemmer with flowers and mourning ribbon, swivel on condolence list, hand writes name. Wreath loop by Chancellor Willy Brandt, close. Loop: The Federal President, close. Review from archive material. Crowd in front of Reichstag building. Inside: Snake-standing. Coffin, totally, with policemen as a death guard.

02. USA: Sinking of a ship with nerve gas cargo
Crew member at flag signal. In the distance, total and ranfahrt of the Liberty freighter "Lebaron Russel Briggs". Team goes in Bott hanging on the Davits. The freighter in tow. Sailor with white rabbit on his arm. Freighter sinks, stern ahead, in the sea, totally. sailors on a different ship than spectators. Freighter sinks, totally. Accompanying ship, totally.

03. Munich: Hugh Hefner, the "Playboy" editor, in Munich
Munich-Riem Airport: Cameramen and photographers walking on the tarmac. Swing from photographers to gangway. It gets off the plane Hefner-Bunnies in black leather mini dresses. Hefner surrounded by girls on the gangway, half-total. Ride on Bunny emblem at the rear of the Hefner's own machine. Heck of the machine, totally. Various interior shots with Hefner and individual girls. Swing over August issue 1970 of "Playboy". Various photos from Playboy books and Bunnies on the plane. Reception for Hefner in Munich: Hefner, big, speaks O-Ton in English (translation): Do you want to use the wave in Germany? - When we started having sex 16 years ago, it was braver than it is today, where much more is allowed. We don't have the ambition to bring more sex than others. We just want to make our product better than anyone else in the world." - "Do you think the German men are ripe for their Playboy philosophy?" - "But yes, without a doubt." Several bunny girls individually, large.

04. Holland: Canal jumping
Total crowds of grout. Viewers. Jumpers jump over the ditch in ZL and large-scale shots. Several fall into the water, laughing spectators big and close.

05. Dusseldorf: Radio Exhibition
Swing from TV to colored "Soulful Dynamics" band, half-total and total, sing O-tone: "mademoiselle Ninette". Various interior shots on the exhibition grounds. Saba advertisement. Girl on pop radio. Various visitors large. Visitor crowds. Girl inserts tape cassette. Advertisement: The world's first Super 8 cassette color TELEVISION system. Maxi girls dance to music from apparatuses. Girl with headphones, close. Stand photos of girls on microphones. Transparent plastic device, rotating. Visitors on tour, including Horst Ehmke. Modern TV and radio on the floor. Visitors on hanging headphones. Swing from spinning record to Chris Howland at the microphone, large.

06. Hamburg: Football HSV - Borussia Mönchengladbach 2:2
Crowds of spectators wave HSV flags. Sepp Herberger presents Uwe Seeler, half-total, with a football sculpture. Seeler with flowers and the plastic, large and close. Herberger with praise from Seeler, O-Ton: "The Uwe Seeler was one of the greatest of the greats of football in the whole world. He is just a player, apart from his skill and his performance, who has always been a role model for others in terms of his combative commitment. Not only is he appreciated and honoured in the national team, but the whole world that has come to know him honours him and his excellent football - and more importantly - a great sportsman." Under the speech of Herberger game scenes of the game. Seeler in slow motion scenes and normal speed. Seeler falls and rolls up again. In game among others Günter Netzer, who shoots over Heynkes the 1-0. Happy spectators, big. Several ZL recordings of the rest of the game. Ball flies into the Hamburg goal. A girl, half-total, with cries of protest. Zaczyk shoots the 1:2. HSV flags. Seeler with a drop-back, total, ball flies past the goal. Headball goal by Seeler, totally. Ball bounces and rolls into the goal. Result draw 2:2.

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Narration

Persons in the Film

Ehmke, Horst ; Hefner, Hugh ; Howland, Chris ; Lemmer, Ernst ; Schütz, Klaus ; Herberger, Sepp ; Heynkes, Jupp ; Netzer, Günter ; Seeler, Uwe ; Zaczyk

Places

Düsseldorf ; Munich ; Berlin ; United States ; Hamburg ; Holland

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Interviews ; Football ; Musical events ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; Technology ; Deaths, funerals ; Social events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Exhibitions ; Phone ; Sports honors ; Technology ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 735/1970

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
25.08.1970
Year of Production:
1970

Credits

Origin:
Ernst Lamer +, Uprising in the Reichstag, Berlin
Camera: Pahl

Nerve Gas Ship Sinking, USA
Origin: Vis News

Hugh Hefner in Munich
Camera: Rau, Jürgens

Canal jumping in Holland
Origin: Polygoon

Radio exhibition in Düsseldorf
Camera: Ruehe

Football HSV: M'gladbach i. Hamburg
Camera: Jürgens, Rieck, Zimpel, Brandes

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Uwe Seeler’s 85th Birthday (* November 5, 1936)

The German soccer icon Uwe Seeler is considered one of the best strikers of his time, even to this day. His spectacular goals, fighting spirit and down-to-earth attitude turned him a folk hero - especially in his hometown of Hamburg, where he played professionally for the HSV since the age of 17. The "fat man," as his teammates affectionately called him because of his compact stature, had the ability to hit from the most impossible positions, whether falling, lying down or - as in the 1970 World Cup match against England - with the back of his head. Above all, he never gave up on a game until it was really over: the game against Braunschweig in 1957 was very memorable, it went down in soccer history as the "Miracle of the Weser". His team was trailing 0:4 at half time, but in the end they won 6:4 with three goals from Seeler. In 1961 he turned down a million Deutsch Mark deal from Inter Milan. Instead, he worked part-time as a sports goods salesman to compensate for the meagre income that footballers were paid at the time, which made him even more popular. The sympathy was therefore enormous when a ruptured Achilles tendon in 1965 seemed to threaten his career. But Seeler wouldn't be Seeler if he didn't give his all to return to the pitch. When he managed to do so it caused a sensation.

Thus the famous "Uwe, Uwe, Uwe" chants resounded for the last time only in 1972 - at his farewell game in front of 70,000 fans in Hamburg's Volkspark Stadium. By then, he had scored over 1,000 goals for HSV, participated in four World Cups and scored 43 goals in 72 international matches for the German national team. He was the first athlete ever to receive the Federal Cross of Merit, he was chosen as a permanent delegation member of the national team and last but not least he was made an honorary citizen of the city of Hamburg, which for Seeler was the most important award. His loyalty to his beloved HSV is unabated: he regularly sits in the stadium, outside of which stands a huge bronze sculpture of his right foot.

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