UFA-Dabei 860/1973 16.01.1973


01 Viet Nam demonstration poster with text: yanks of get out of Indochina. Bus drivers eat bread during the waiting period. Demonstration train goes through the Bonn city centre. Small riot with police officers on the stairs the Bonn City Hall. Rudi Dutschke speaks o-ton, half total: "we are certain that the people's war in the final analysis will always prevail, it is necessary, possible from its root, by his commitment and will take place. We should not deny but we should overlook not the facts that at present it is temporarily possible to a real loss of our friends, our anti-imperialist comrades and contemporaries of the Vietnamese people in Viet Nam."
(43 m) 02. Poland: old postcard exhibition in Warsaw self-representation of the bourgeoisie to the turn of the century. Venus 72 exhibition in Krakow. Nude photos with various props. Breast, close, great.
(37 m) 03. Bendestorf: Atelier mirror "Johnny bäng bäng"-Horst Buchholz Dammtor station, Horst Buchholz on the pedestrian bridge, immediately. During filming in the Studio some scenes with Hannelore Elsner, Herbert Fleischmann. Horst Buchholz plays some scenes with Hannelore Elsner and Herbert Fleischmann. Horst Buchholz plays the role of a servant of love, after the comedy Henry Jäger: "Jonny, young man for hours". Director Alfred Weidemann corrected a scene. Ernst Kalinke with exposure meter. A man with headlights. Observations during the filming. A scene from above. Excerpts from the film: "Johnny Bacon, bacon". Interview with Horst Buchholz: o-ton: "Mr Buchholz, why after 12 years back movie work in Germany?" "Because my mom wanted to see me again in the German film. No, you listen, of course I did already long at some time like a movie, but it was either because I had made overseas contracts, I had to meet, because my career happened actually in recent years abroad. I played Theatre in New York City or Finally I the book not liked the story."
(96 m) 04. Berlin: indoor soccer Berlin Germany Hall. In striped shirts the Chacarita juniors from Buenos Aires. Your opponent of the 1st FC Cologne. Advertising in the Hall: Pepsi Cola. Echt Stonsdorfer, Brown sailor. A goal for the Argentines. Hall, total. Coach of the 1st FC Cologne Udo Lattek. Original sound speaks: "it is for the football players a change from the daily monotony on the large playing field. The door scenes's throng, the midfield playing field remains almost totally flat and there is certainly a strong attraction for viewers. Players have a lot of fun in the game, because they are often in the ball contact, because they often have the ability to score goals. But they complain also muscle tensions, the risk of injury is so but significantly larger than it is out there on the field."
The game 1:1 Carnevali, the goalkeeper of Chacarita junior ends with a volley shot of Cologne. Several scenes in ZL.
(77 m)

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Persons in the Film

Buchholz, Horst ; Dutschke, Rudi ; Elsner, Hannelore ; Fleischmann, Herbert ; Kalinke, Ernst ; Weidemann, Alfred ; Carnevali ; Lattek, Udo


Poland ; Bonn ; South America ; Berlin


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Demonstrations ; filmmaking ; Football ; Currency ; Exhibitions ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Dabei 860/1973

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

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Federal Republic of Germany

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Viet Nam demonstration in Bonn (Rudi Dutschke) camera: Luppa old postcard exhibition. in Poland Venus 72 nude pictures) exhibition. Poland origin: Polkronika, Polkronika interview: Horst Buchholz Studio mirror "Johnny bäng bäng") camera: L. indoor soccer in Berlin camera: Rühe, Pahl Germany Hall camera: Brandes, Kopleck at the beginning and end of total length

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