UFA-Dabei 788/1971 31.08.1971


1 Hamburg: Football HSV - Schalke 04 audience with swinging HSV flags. Claudia Gorden sings in the stadium in front of bleachers actuality "it was like every day... "that half the total and big." Bouncing fans. Different game scenes partly ZL. Uwe Seeler at the heads, total (2 x). Helmut Schön in the audience, talking, great. Goalkeeper Adam standing in the gate, total. Salem falls. Seeler hits post. Repetition of the shot with the camera.

02. Berlin: Internationale Funkausstellung scenes with the likes of the Luxembourg station. Traforanfahrt on Palais am Funkturm. Les Humphries singers, swing, half total, field recording: "we are going' to Jordan...". Various settings of the exhibition. Demonstration of the videophone. Demonstration of a car telephone: girls operated self select buttons, on the phone, interview (missing). Image plate is placed on the plate. Mayor contactor on the device, half total. Button is operated. Image plate runs, image on screens. FS cassettes: Cassette is inserted, close. Man operated switch. Swivel screen. Various settings of the exhibition.

03. Studio mirror: "Cap'n ' n Roughneck from St. Pauli" with Curd Jürgens Konstanz: Curd Jürgens with flowers in the arm pushes through crowd. Get aboard a floor ocean-going vessels. Great in the open boat Curt of Jürgens and Elisabeth Flickenschildt together. Pan on other actors, including Johanna von Koczian. Awarded an Honorary certificate to curd of Jürgens to the honorary captain of the Lake Constance fleet. Certificate close. Curd Jürgens white captain's hat is placed. Johanna von Koczian with lifebuoy of Ms Reichenau to the neck. Jürgens, great.
Quote: "when you should say: well, now you're so folk pieces, then, I can only recall that our greatest actor Albert Bassermann always on tour has played the"rape of the Sabine women"." So, I not embarrassed!"
Curd Jürgens in the captain's outfit at the helm. Scenes from the film "Captain ' n Roughneck from St. Pauli". Backed by original sound of a song sung by Curt Jürgens.

04. Sauerland: parachuting, group exercise in free fall parachutist when putting together his parachute. Camera is mounted on a helmet, close. Folding the cords, close. Strapping packaging. Helmet camera mounted it is exposed, near. Plane taking off, total, look in the cockpit with pilot and fittings. Aircraft in flight by escort out. Jumper jump off, seen from the inside. Jumps in ZL. Springer hovers on the camera, face, close, with fluttering cheeks. Springer touch each other on the hands, release. Springer pulls on the cord, parachute opens up close. Springer is torn up from screen is opened. Aircraft total, sit on wing jumper. 3 jumps in ZL, 3 Springer, total, taken on the hands. Two group contains a third party in the flights. Parachute unfold. Band to strap a parachute, close. Landing. The four jumpers go with their parachutes on the arms on a field half total.

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Flickenschildt, Elisabeth ; Gorden, Claudia ; Les Humphries Singers ; Jürgens, Curd ; Koczian von, Johanna ; Schütz, Klaus ; Öczian ; Seeler, Uwe ; Schön, Helmut


Berlin ; Konstanz ; Sauerland ; Hamburg


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Honors ; skydiving, skydiving ; Television ; filmmaking ; Radio ; Football ; Musical events ; Exhibitions ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Dabei 788/1971

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

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Football HSV - Schalke 04, Hamburg camera: fire, Rieck, Jürgens internally. Radio exhibition in Berlin camera: Pahl Studio mirror: "Captain ' n Roughneck in St. Pauli" (Curd Jürgens) camera: Rau skydiving camera: fire, Jürgens origin: Germany mirror at the beginning and end of total length

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50th Anniversary of the First Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) (August 27-September 5, 1971)

On August 27, 1971, the First International Radio Exhibition opened in Berlin, returning to its place of origin. In 1924, it had been founded there as the Great German Radio Exhibition and held in the Haus der Funkindustrie, built specifically for this purpose. At that time, more than 250 exhibitors showed mainly equipment for radio reception. The same year, construction on the radio tower began, which remains a landmark of the city to this day.

In the 1930s, the first German car radio and an early television set were introduced, but the "Volksempfänger" (people's receiver) became the biggest seller. The trade fair was suspended with the outbreak of World War II. From 1950 on it was held at changing locations for the next two decades. Among the innovations of the time were, for example, the compact cassette and the first colour TV sets and video recorders.

In 1971 the trade show was renamed and held again in Berlin every two years—now with an international focus. 1971 was also the year, when the first VCR video recorder and the first car phone were presented. In the following two decades, innovations such as the Walkman, CD player and CDs were added. From the 1990s, mobile telephony and digital technologies came to the fore.

In the new millennium the IFA is held annually under an abbreviated title. IFA sees itself as the world's most important trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances, and is dedicated in particular to smart home applications and wearables. Most recently, IFA 2020 was realized as a hybrid event with around 1,500 exhibitors due to the pandemic and will be held exclusively online this year.

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