UFA-Dabei 910/1974 02.01.1974
Annual review 1973 football looking back at the World Cup final of 1954 (WIB 106-7): Fritz Walter and Puscas page election. Viewers filling picture. Game scenes. Hungary plays consider and storms. Turek is running out far from the gate and clarifies. Fritz Herberger, big. In the 5th minute, Hungary shoots 1-0 by Puscas. Spectators cheering and jumping high with arms raised. Two minutes later, it stands 2-0 by Czibor. REI face of an audience, great. In the 12th minute flank Morlok Otmar Walter. Shot on goal 2:1 cheering spectators. Helmut Rahn turned corner to 2-2 in the 20th minute, advertisement: Cinzano, Camacho Tobler. 2nd half: Hungary referred to the German goal. Viewers me towel over his head. Game scenes. Spectator in raincoat. Kant saves in goal. Viewers with newspaper on the head. Four minutes before the end of the game r the 3: shoot 2 lucky German players. Photographers. Germany's 1954 Cup Jules Rimet Trophy presented to Fritz Walter. Sepp herb Simon is worn by the players on shoulders.
World Cup 1974: Excellent mascot "Tip and tap" the DFB-Elf (different subjects).
German national football team in studio recording for record. Football players sing, o-ton: "football is our life, the King. Football rules the world. We fight and give everything (...) "." Poster: "World Cup 1974".
Preparations for the World Cup of 1974: the German Football Association, writing on the building's planning headquarters (outside): "German Football Association". Hermann Neuberger, the Chief Organizer, talks about the planning and funding of the games, original sound: "the cost of the games even with the departures of the team until the return of the teams in their initial locations are covered from the revenue. We estimate the revenue total to about 80 million marks provided that all 38 games average with 70% of the viewers are visited. What we otherwise have to Mexico and England, that is once the opening game. Don't we as organizers deny that Brazil, but the defending champion on June 13 in Frankfurt's Waldstadion. Also a larger opening ceremony will take place here, there we will distinguish ourselves sure something against Mexico and London." Frankfurt's Waldstadion (long shot, inside). Westfalenstadion in Dortmund, grandstands (au must and inside). Parkstadion in Gelsenkirchen (external and internal). Flood light bulbs (screen-filling).
Reviews: World Cup final (from: UFA 523, 1966): Germany - England 2:4 - extension: 3. goal for England. Referees consulted linesman and decides gate. Stand copies of the shot and the ball in front of the goal line.
Football - European Championship qualifier (from: UFA 825-6, 1972): Germany - England 0-0 - viewers swivel British flags. German assault in the attack. Foul in the British area of Gerd Müller, who goes to the floor. There will be played on. Latte shot of Siggi held.
Football - World Cup - qualifier (from: Al 23416): England - Poland 1:1 - Wembley Stadium. Poland scores goal and qualified for the World Cup 1974 enthusiastic Polish footballers join in the arms. Desperate English player. English team goes from the square.
Training of the Brazilian national team (settings). Coach Mario Zagallo.
Looking back (from: UFA 882-1, 1973): Berlin: football international match Germany - Brazil - Brazilian coach Zagallo (close). Gate Dirceu / Brazil, slow motion. Goalkeeper m.
Review: Helmut Schön on the sidelines (settings).
Interview with Helmut Schön, speaks interview about modern football: "that would be the ideal of football: a mix of both, namely the great individual technique of South Americans with the sober objectivity of European players." We will never try to copy South American football, we can't; as well as the South Americans probably not so can play like the English or we or other European Nations. Here, it is just as possible, bring out the best from the game of the other and make it usable for own football. "Our game is the watchword: we want to be equally good in attack and defense and just trying to put the opponent in any case already in the midfield and when it is necessary to start with the defense in the opposing half." Helmut Schön speaks interview about the favorite position of the German team: "Yes, it is often our chances for the World Championships asked. They say you're at home, you're favorite as a result. We probably do not feel in this role. It is crucial that you from the outset to be found together and making the best possible team on the rounds then. We would be very glad if we come under the last four, which is our target. If it continues then a bit, that would be our dream of course."
Review: Franz Beckenbauer in the game. Game scenes with other players of the German national team, including Berti Vogts. Günter Netzer fights, shows dribbling and his famous passes. Netzer half total, standing and gesticulating on the soccer field (from UFA 890-1, 1973).
Interview with Helmut Schön, speaks interview about the favorite position of the German team: "Yes, it is often our chances for the World Championships asked. They say you're at home, you're favorite as a result. We probably do not feel in this role. It is crucial that you from the outset to be found together and making the best possible team on the rounds then. We would be very glad if we come under the last four, which is our target. If it continues then a bit, that would be our dream of course."
Review (from: UFA 827-5, 1972) Munich: football Germany - USSR 4:1 - the Olympic Stadium with the tent roof, total and partial settings. Game scenes. Gerd Müller shoots the 1:0 goalie loses ball. 2-0, with Höness. 3-0 by Müller and 4-0, with Netzer.
German national football team in studio recording for record 'Football is our life'. Gert Müller (close). Franz Beckenbauer (close). Football players sing, o-ton: (...) one for all, all for one, we stick together, (...)"
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- Year flashback: Soccer preparing for the World Championships ' 74 with a review on the final in Bern 1954 camera: Pahl, rough, rough, rough, Rühe origin: COI archival material: 1 155.9 m roll roll length 2 58.3 m roll 3 63.3 m at the beginning and end of
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