UFA-Dabei 914/1974 29.01.1974
01 Cologne: 14. International furniture fair man sits on a soft plastic chair. Various furniture styles: rustic, modern and old English. Reclining seats, which resemble human silhouettes. Plastic folding chairs. Living landscapes in leather, linen and chrome steel. Mehrzweckmöbel: out of the closet can it unfold as a bed. Baby changing table. Wood furniture. Bathroom Cabinet wall. Girl before the mirror. Cloakroom sets. Assembling chairs made of plastic. Folding chairs. Infrared Grill. Fitted kitchens. A cooking island with fresh, vibrant kitchen herbs. Wood kitchen. Stuffed duck in a kitchen cabinet. Built-in mixer. Stuffed animals as seating elements.
02. Bonn: new year's reception of the President for the diplomatic corps Beethovenhalle indoor total. Flower decorations. Nuncio Bafile, half total, close. Heinemann, half total, large, close. Willy Brandt, large, close. Heinemann before microphones, Walter Scheel, Moresch, Heinemann welcomes diplomats accompanied by Willy Brandt. Waiter with tray has. Willy Brandt with champagne glass in hand. Diplomats.
03. Hamburg: Udo Lindenberg I. part of an old, creaky door opens. Udo Lindenberg, close, singing. Recordings at the rehearsals. Gang members, short cuts. Modern sound systems. Udo Lindenberg actuality. He plays harmonica and sings in the meantime. Recordings in concert in the Hamburg Music Hall. Totally dark music hall from the inside.
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- 14th International furniture exhibition/Cologne camera: Luppa new year reception d. President f.d. diplomatic corps camera: Luppa Udo Lindenberg I. part camera: L., fire at the beginning and end of total length
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