UFA-Dabei 929/1974 14.05.1974
1st portrait Charles Wilp King Hall from above. Rhine, vessels. A series of photos with blond girl. Various photos. Charles Wilp. Wilp sets and listen to music. Charles Wilp, o-ton: "Charles Wilp is a yellow shadow. First of all, the external attribute, the yellow color, is the international warning color. Yellow leaky reactor means that the yellow suit is neutral and Classless. As Mao Tse Tung wanders with a perforated umbrella through the rice fields, I walk with a yellow suit by the Western institutions. ... My main task is to increase the attraction potential in every man. I am to the optical audible chaos on the top at the moment still, because only so I again also the possibility to empty. I love all women. The women confirm my request - that life is to understand sensual. Women are the practical application of my thoughts. "Do good and be creative!" His boots, tall and close. Charles Wilp gives instructions on photo models. Pop art. Wilp goes up a spiral staircase with its photo models. Charles Wilp is sitting at a piano. Pop art in space: a pair of loving and nude colored girls as works of art. Observations on commercials with two above-no girl in the Studio. Shots with a blonde girl on the bed. Various recordings with girl on the bed. Charles Wilp photographed Willy Brandt and Franz Josef Strauß. Walter Scheel is photographed with a girl. Wilp plays wing and a girl sings. Shots with a colored girl. Photo: Andy Warhol and Charles Wilp in the background pop. women breast. Charles Wilp "flying saucer". Residence on the roof of a normal House.
02. withdrawal Chancellor Willy Brandt Willy Brandt only head, followed by Börner. Booth photo: Magazine "Mirror" with spy G. Guillaume as the cover image. "Bild Zeitung" headlines about spying case Guillaume, "The world" headlines. Herbert Wehner, actuality of Willy Brandt's resignation: "I the group said that she would probably understand and sure, I would have for others not to speak, my feelings would be divided, that this pain and respect each other rings. Pain over the event and respect the decision." Sympathy rallies for Brandt with old election posters and torchlight procession. Heath Vieczorek-Zeul speaks actuality on the market square of Bonn: "only with Willy Brandt as Party Chairman the SPD is able to take closed against the fear mongering of the CDU / CSU. That's why Willy Brandt of Party Chairman must remain." Professor Carl Carstens speaks interview about Brandt's resignation: "the Government Brandt / Scheel has failed. Succeeded her, to curb increasing inflation, nor took a tough line in dealing with radicalism. Its foreign policy and its policy of Germany was based on illusions and is been carried out inadequately. The Guillaume's espionage case was not the ultimate cause, but only the last push for the resignation of Willy Brandt." Willy Brandt bids farewell to his cabinet members. Handshake with Walter Scheel, Genscher, Jahn, Helmut Schmidt, Walter Arendt, Georg Leber, Katharina Focke, Lauritz Lauritzen and E. Frank.
Release documents presented to Federal President Gustav Heinemann on: K. Focke, Horst Ehmke, Egon Bahr. Willy Brandt comes to the party meeting. H. Kühn and Börner half total in the conversation. Helmut Schmidt, large, close. Brandt and Schmidt in an interview.
03. Bonn: Chancellor candidate Helmut Schmidt old recordings. Government Brandt introduces itself on the staircase of Villa Hammerschmidt and other old photographs by Helmut Schmidt's political path. Archive footage: Schmidt with glasses and pipe studied documents, photographs, Schmidt. Schmidt stands at conferences, Brezhnev, handshake Schmidt and Brezhnev, Willy Brandt. SPD Party Congress. Lettering: "for the expansion of social democracy in our State. Schmidt and Wehner, Brandt. O Schmidt: "it is indifferent whether someone through the method of Marxist economic analysis the word, whether he set up philosophical or ethical or Social Democrat has become the spirit of the sermon on the mount. Everyone has The same right in the party for the assertion of his spiritual personality and for the justification of his motives." Navy ships on the open sea from above, from the front. Schmidt at the helm. Schmidt with Cap. Man is lifted on helicopters from the ship. Schmidt with Hat, big and in the sailboat. Schmidt at painting his house. Holiday House, total. Exultant crowd. Helmut Schmidt, o-ton band on a stage, individual listener, great,: "the biggest difference between the youth of today and my own adolescence is that the current youth enjoys Very much A lot more freedom than we had at the time. I'd never come to the idea to be To want to be 20 again back." Pictures of a Karnevalsveranstaltung. Schmidt order reflected the seriousness of the animal. Stopped. Schmidt as a Senator of the city of Hamburg at Carnival-baptism. Rapid flood disaster in 1962 in Hamburg. Images of flooding. Schmidt as a crisis manager speaks, o-ton: "this area that is established here colour, was threatened by the flood. "In fact, the flood has almost the entire area up here reached." He faces a country map. Rescue operations. Schmidt before map. Flooded House. Floodplain from bird's eye view.
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Persons in the Film
Arendt, Walter; Bahr, Egon; Börner, Holger; Brandt, Willy; Carstens, Karl; Ehmke, Horst; Focke, Katharina; Franke, Egon; Genscher, Hans-Dietrich; Guillaume, Günter; Heinemann, Gustav; Jahn, Gerhard; Kühn, Heinz; Lauritzen, Lauritz; Leber, Georg; Scheel, Walter; Schmidt, Helmut; Warhol, Andy; Wehner, Herbert; Wieczorek-Zeul, Heide; Wilp, Charles
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UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Portrait of Charles Wilp camera: L. origin: Technicolor Ltd.
Resignation of Chancellor Brandt camera: Luppa, Brandes, Pahl and Helmut Schmidt, the Chancellor candidate origin: archive at the beginning and end of total length
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