UFA-Dabei 856/1972 19.12.1972

Synopsis

01 football in Cologne, Germany: Bayern Munich - 1 F. C. Cologne 1:2 Beckenbauer on the ball several times. Breitner and Roth in the defense. Ulli Höness Gets the ball and deftly continues. A player will hinder the goal shooting. The player falls down. Another player stumbles about in. ZL recordings. Dirty clothing. Gerd Müller pushes on the ball with the hoes. Müller again on the ball. Three goals. Final score of 2:1 for 1 F. C. Cologne, but Bavaria is autumn champion.

02. Berlin: Schöneberger of sängerknaben Memorial Church, total. Christmas tree. Schöneberger of sängerknaben singing on a traffic island, around on the road. "Sweeter the bells never sound... ". The boys marching in line in a bus. Choir Director Hellwig actuality about the young singers in the choir: "the number never really." It is actually like in the wine quality. There are different vintages, 10 boys be tested. Right of 6 or 7, be accepted right away. It happens or 20 are checked and it has not 3 recorded. still "-"get the children out of their own accord or are driven of proud mothers?"-"Yes, on the one hand are the parents who would like to have your boy singing. They do it not only from a certain vanity, but because they know the boy, has an additional activity... The choral usage per day is at least 3 appearances up to 7. I would like to say but then various groups to occur. We have a total of 100 boys, 35 occur so that an exchange occurs also within the day." The boys engaged in card games or read comic strips on riding in the bus. The boys singing again. Window dressings. Christmas trees.

03. Berlin: Turks report Turks sweep the Kurfürstendamm. Sad streets in Berlin's Kreuzberg district. Turkish butchery. Turkish children going on the road. A Turkish man on the street. Children play in the drab backyard. A citizens ' initiative seeks the causes of misery to find through discussions. Incila Ozhan, a Turkish cross mountain teacher's manual. Bethanien Kreuzberg hospital serves as a mosque the Turks. The worship is surrounded by filth and mortars. Dancing Turks and Turkish women in a restaurant. Band playing Turkish music. The House Salzburger str. 16 Börner trying to break in with the film crew in the House. The homeowner tries to prevent it, he physically attacks the team. Börner, o-ton: "turn, come on in! Sound off, we enter here now. Turn, turn." From familiar rooms with totally broken furniture. The only water tap of the apartment is small and the floor before wet. The kitchen is filthy and unusable. Toilet bowl and hand stone are filthy. The front door without lock. Badar to the homeowner: "You now have an opportunity to take a stand." Börner comes out of the House, followed by police officers.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Beckenbauer, Franz; Breitner, Paul; Höness, Uli; Müller, Gerd; Roth, Franz

Places

Berlin; Cologne

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Misery; Children; Football; Musical events; Religious events; Dance; Furniture; Christmas; Migrant workers; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 856/1972

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
19.12.1972
Year of Production:
1972

Credits

Origin:
Soccer: Bayern München/1.F.C. Cologne camera: fire Schöneberger of sängerknaben camera: Pahl Turks report in Berlin camera: Pahl at the beginning and end of total length

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