UFA-Dabei 840/1972 29.08.1972

Synopsis

01 Munich: Opening XX. Olympic Games flags, Olympic buildings, swing. Gustav Heinemann with wife Hilda Heinemann. Willi Daume, Avery Brundage, Joachim Vogel arrive at the stadium. Invasion of the Nations, among other Japan, viewers with a Japanese flag, Mexico, USSR. As viewers of Willy Brandt, Prince Rainier, Princess Gracia Patricia. More Nations in the invasion: United States, Germany. Cameraman filming in the camouflaged, portable high chair. All Nations in the stadium, total. Gustav Heinemann, half total, Willy Brandt, Prince Hendrik of Denmark. Olympic flag worn by 8 men. The Olympic flag is highly raised. Folklore group from Mexico, dancing. Mayor of Mexico of Octavio Senties passes the Olympic tradition flag on Avery Brundage, who passes the flag at Munich Mayor Georg Kronawitter, Günter Zahn runs up the stairs and ignited the Olympic flame. Olympic fire is burning, great. The Olympic Oath is by Heidi spoken Schüller, total, o-ton: "In the name of all competitors I vow that we in fair competition in the Olympic Games take part and respect for the rules and follow." Pigeons are released, various teams in the stadium: Norway, Nigeria. Olympic Stadium from the top, totally.

02. Munich: Athletes at the conclusion of training athletes in training. A woman from Jamaica is running. Other athletes do exercises, jumping high, football, hockey player, women exercise on balance beam, floor and high bar.

03. Munich: Gold premiere at pistol shooting Bavarian viewers with leather pants and Seppelhüten. 4 men at the shooting range. Spectator with much romanticised hat. Ragnar Skanaker in the outdoor pistol wins gold: Ragnar Skanaker mobbed by reporters. Ragnar Skanaker, half total.

04. Augsburg: In a kayak gold and bronze for East German Olympic fire burns over the Niskanal. Whitewater riders among other Norbert Sattler from Austria, Siegbert Horn / DDR. Driving partly in ZL. Siegbert Horn, half total during the award ceremony.

05. Munich: art jumping women's swimming from the inside. Ulrike Knape, Sweden and Marina Janick / DDR jump. ZL and underwater images. Winner Miki King from United States 1 ½ Auerbach somersault with 1 ½ of times bolt.

06. Munich: 200 m Dolphin home. Mark Spitz leads all the time. Only Garry Hall and Robin Backhaus / United States can keep up. Hans Fassnacht on the outside. Mark Spitz swims ZL, total. Mark Spitz Gets the gold medal.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Backhaus, Robin; Brandt, Willy; Brundage, Avery; Monaco von, Gracia Patricia; Heinemann, Gustav; Heinemann, Hilda; Hendrik von Dänemark; Kronawitter, Georg; Monaco von, Rainier; Senties, Octavio; Vogel, Joachim; Daume, Willi; Hall, Garry; Horn, Siegbert; Janick, Marina; King, Miki; Knape, Ulrike; Sattler, Norbert; Skanaker, Ragnar; Spitz, Mark; Schüller, Heidi; Zahn, Günter

Places

Augsburg; Munich

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Kayaking, canoeing, whitewater; Olympics; Swimming; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Dabei 840/1972

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
29.08.1972
Year of Production:
1972

Credits

Origin:
Opening of the XX. Olympus. Camera games: Luppa, a fire at the final training origin: INA pool gold premiere when pistol shooting origin: INA pool In the single-person kayak gold and bronze for DDR origin: INA pool springboard diving women's origin: INA-pool 200 m Dolphin - Mark Spitz origin: INA-pool at the beginning and end of total length

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