UFA-Dabei 875/1973 30.04.1973
1 Hannover: Hannover Messe 73 aerial view: huge parking lot. Air consumption: Fairgrounds. Economy Minister Friderichs with Entourage goes through the fair. Fair News: the mobile power plant, new up-slope principle, so that you can attach various attachments from the driver's seat and transport. A photocopier. Offset multiplier. Hutschenreuther porcelain and hard ceramic ware. A magnetic Kontencomputer. The safety car ESV by VW. In the car, there are E.g. self to legend tubular safety belts. Small calculator is demonstrated by children. There is the computer in two versions as a mains or battery supply. Virgin car hangs on magnetic crane.
(130 m) 02. Switzerland: mannequins and cover girls dress changing in the dressing room. Girls in underwear. Girls on the catwalk. Recordings in the model school. Exercises in front of a large mirror. Placement services for mannequins. A girl's makeup. Photographer photographed a model.
(69 m) 03. Hamburg: Willi Schulz farewell game Willi Schulz gives the fans autographs. W. Schulz is talking about on a soccer stadium interview: "my dear friends, I'm not much of a talker, but one I would like to promise you I would come back to Hamburg, Just me would come this time a couple of years earlier to Hamburg. Thank you."
Gerd Müller is in the background. Carlos aberto from Brazil, Bobby Charlton from England and the Hungarian Albert. A goal shot by W. Schulz. Second, scored by Heese. Coach H. Schön. Various settings over the course of the game.
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Hannover Messe 73 camera: fire, Jürgens, Rühe, Rückert mannequins and cover girls origin: Cine journal Willi Schulz - farewell game/Hbg camera: Rieck, Rühe, Rückert, Ahsendorf at the beginning and end of total length
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