Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 2/1950 07.02.1950

Synopsis

1 Hamburg: To Drydock Elbe 17 be blown up?
The dry dock with derricks in the vicinity of the Elbe tunnel. Gloss: Man proposes to blow up dock with watering can. O sound: "what I still wanted to say. The Hamburg-based dry dock to be blown up now. Must be blown up! "Proposal to the goodness: we blow with the apparatus..." (Watering can)
(26 m) 02 Heuss in Düsseldorf car driving. Two motorcycle riders in front and behind the car. Drive in front of Schloss Benrath to the visit of the Parliament. Police open car shock. Greeting a COP, big. Heuss gets out. Accompany Minister Arnold. Minister of the Interior Dr. Menzel welcomes Heuss. Heuss in conversation with Cabinet members, in addition to Heuss Minister Dr. Spiecker. Heuss during the tapping of three blast furnaces. Heuss speaks before employees. (Co-determination - no original sound) Listeners, screen-filling. Heuss climbs stairs to blast furnace. Heuss ignited the blast furnace with torch.
(66 m) 03. Berlin: Dismissed from concentration camp Sachsenhausen concentration camp of Sachsenhausen-Entlassene with baby on her arm at the British Red Cross. Laid-off get clothes. Medical examination. Redundant with cooking dishes at table sitting and eating.
(29 m) 04 Japanese prisoners of war from Russia go home ship-wave Japanese prisoners of war. Relatives waving from the shore. Soldiers are leaving the ship. Weeping Japanese women.
(15 m) 05. entry into force of the Nordatlantikpaktes the US Congress agrees with the plan arms $ 1 billion should be made. Dean Acheson talks o-ton: "free nations must be strong to remain free and the mutual defense resistance program will contribute to the growth of the strength and security in all of these nations".
(18 m) 6th United States: giant Coronagraph for Colorado Observatory the giant telescope. Footage of solar flares on the Sun's surface.
(29 m) 07. icy Danube ice ceiling above the river. Icebreaker goes over the Danube. Ice breaking up. (34 m) 08 Swabia: fools meeting Carnival parade on the road. Dance masks and faces. Carnival raises confections.
(20 m) 9 United States: folk dance couples are dancing on a large mass dance floor.
(13 m) 10 Studio mirror: "Gabriela" with Zarah Leander, Director Géza von Cziffra gives instructions. Zarah Leander sings "Lying and love belong together" in an evening dress in film scene. Camera. Actuality: "lying and love go together like light and sunshine, if you're not lying, not inflame - you're all alone. However, you can learn how fast you do very doll love hearts at Gabriela at Gabriela tonight."

11 Michi Tanaka singing Japanese song Victor de Kowa speaks with Japanese newspaper in hand, over his wife Michi Tanaka. Michi Tanaka, big. Ernst Waldow on piano. Michi Tanaka singing Japanese song. Interview: "this is a Japanese newspaper by 7. January, where we could read if we could, that the films of Michi Tanaka now must run again in Japan. In recent years, they were forbidden, because Michi Tanaka had made a movie, who had campaigned for the Japanese women's rights. And then she turned later in London with Conrad Veit, shot in Paris and made in Vienna with Albert Bassermann together a film "The last love". In my next film to be my partner now, and to do so would be to say that we are married by a pure chance, and this is a Very much funny thing. So: You was born in Japan, speaks mostly English, has an Austrian passport, if she reads books, read in French, and when she sings, she sings in Italian, and takes the whole thing Instead of in Berlin, and that seems pretty Spanish for several years. Now, she sings a little Japanese ditty. Our dear colleague Ernst Waldow accompanied her to do so. Please listen to."

12 tour of the Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo in West Germany Janine charAt and George Skibine dance classical ballet.
(55 m) 13 Cologne: German Figure Skating Championships running the German mistress Helga Dudzinski, of the German master Horst Faber and the champion in the pair of Ria Baran and Paul Falk: (50 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Acheson, Dean; Arnold, Karl; Charat, Janine; Cziffra von, Geza; Erhard, Ludwig; Heuss, Theodor; Kowa de, Victor; Leander, Zarah; Menzel; Skibine, George; Spiecker; Tanaka, Michi; Waldow, Ernst; Dudzinski, Helga; Faber, Horst; Falk, Ria

Places

Swabia; Hamburg; Berlin; Japan; United States; Düsseldorf; Danube; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; Cologne; Munich

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Dismantling; Ice skating; Industrial events; Domestic events; Carnival; Carnival; filmmaking; Musical events; Police; Reviews; Shipping; Dance; concentration camp; War, prisoners of war; Meteorology; Compensation; Winter; Foreign policy events; Listener; NATO; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 2/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
07.02.1950
Year of Production:
1950

Credits

Origin:
Title brand dry dock and gloss camera: Stoll Heuss visited Düsseldorf camera: basic KZ layoffs and camera: Obeng Japanese origin: Metro Atlantic Pact origin: Gaumont Eclipse origin: Gaumont, Metro Danube freezes camera: Gallardo fools meeting camera: fire United States folk dance origin: Metro film cross-section camera: Stoll Victor de Kowa, Moll and Neuss camera: Juppe Ballet de Monte Carlo camera: Stoll, Juppe figure skating camera: basic end brand

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