UFA-Dabei 862/1973 30.01.1973

Synopsis

01 Berlin: Green week India stand. Much Publikem. On the Danish State recruit dancers for Danish agricultural products. Hungarian salami sausage. M. Ertl, half total a large glass of wine has in hand. Piglet. Children pet a sheep. Potato, close. An actor tells how "old Fritz" against the resistance of the peasants brought the potatoes on the German menu, quote: "the quack insist the gold of the acre is hazardous to your health. And Baptists called it devil fruit, I had this secret rekognisieret, that the Espanol could only conquer their overseas territoire, because the crews against the deficiency disease scurvy was immune, because they had the vitamin-rich potato on board as a ration. Two farmers, original sound close, telling why they visit "Green Week": "interested in meat production, poultry production interests me, I am interested in eggs and also most importantly potatoes." - "as a farmer I am interested, as producers in the way, what the consumer wants, how he makes his predictions and what is interesting for us for next year, for example, the potatoes. We deliver a part of our potatoes to Berlin and are now interested in, what wishes the Berlin for consumption. That would be the one, to another even to the old imperial capital to see again here."
(62 m) 02. Cologne: furniture fair total communication Center: dream machine. Style furniture. Beds with hand-stitched pillow. Demonstration of folding beds in d. styles. "Cook Island" with heat and water supply in the middle of the room. Seating elements.
(62 m) 03 Leon &: Opole: music from Poland jazz musicians. Ireen sheer sings. Various settings. It runs on the beach in ZL.
(52 m) 04 Königssee: skeleton head, elbow and knee joints are armored. Skeleton experts tell about their sport. Interview: "the skeleton sled is as the name already a skeleton of steel and iron says, the Edition is a so-called ride on which you can move to the front and to the rear, where the Steering virtually can affect the sled. The sleigh itself weighs between 38 and 65 kilos. The skids, 16 mm steel with a milled slot, which is between 28-30 cm. It serves to the center of the slide on the straights and the grip in the curves, so that the slide keeps the line."
A so-called slide. The runners close. A driver in Zl. Some skeleton racer: Interview: "What fascinates you about your sport?" - "Yes, because of the extreme driving and because it is an exceptional sports." - "Yes, I race car in the summer and wants a better condition have in winter" - "then the thrill of speed and it is connected to a certain danger and that's the charm of the thing." In the prone position, you drive through d. Eiskanal.
(86 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Ertl, Josef; Sheer, Ireen

Places

Berlin; Cologne; Sopot; Opole; King Lake

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Forestry; Musical events; Tobogganing; Animals (except dogs); Furniture; Agriculture; Exhibitions; Gastronomy; Agriculture; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 862/1973

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
30.01.1973
Year of Production:
1973

Credits

Origin:
Green Week in Berlin camera: Pahl furniture fair Cologne 75 camera: Luppa music from Poland (Ireen sheer Jazz) origin: Polkronika, Polkronika skeleton Lake King camera: Rau, fire at the beginning and end of total length

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