Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 3/1950 14.02.1950

Synopsis

01 Saigon: Dr. Jessup, foreign policy adviser to Truman, rolls out in Viet Nam propeller-engined. Dr. Jessup gets off the plane. Bao Dai, President of Viet Nam, half-close. Dr. Jessup and Bao Dai in the discussion (supporting the United States against Vietminh rebels) (26 m) 02 New Delhi: Proclamation of the independent Republic of Dr. Rajendra Prasad shall take an oath as first President of India. Image of Gandhi. Congratulations to Prasad.

03. Bonn: Demonstration against increase in the petrol price policeman regulates traffic. Column of trucks in the streets of Bonn on trip to the Federal Parliament after the rally. Poster "increase in fuel prices uninstall implies unemployment and inflation - force driving business in distress, fuel boost be death".
(21 m) 4th Bonn: refugees rally Ostvertriebene at meeting on the marketplace. Dr. Hans Lukaschek, Federal refugee Minister to the lectern, half-close. Coat of arms: East Prussia, West Prussia, Pomerania, Brandenburg, Silesia, Sudetenland. Most older listeners, big faces. (24 m) 5th California: forest fire fire storm. Fire fighting forces. Clouds of smoke. Houses caught fire.
(31 m) 06. clowns Grock goes in hat and coat on the road. Grock as a clown before the dressing table. He plays "Nit möööglich" small violin the Rivels in appearance. Baby crying. Appearance of Rivel children. Actuality: "baby crying - MOM brandy" clown: "How do you have learned that" Charlie Rivel: "I've got A lot of children. Want to see my children? Now I'm taking all of the family and children."
(51 m) 07. From German film studios with the former UFA-Berlin map. New film industry in Munich, Hamburg, Bendestorf, Göttingen, Wiesbaden, Düsseldorf.

a. Munich Geiselgasteig Studios: Studio mirror "No Angel is so pure" with fita Benkhoff and Paul Kemp. Director Helmut Weiss. Flap: film scene with two boys, Paul Kemp, fita Benkhoff and Walter Giller. Interview: Paul Kemp: "Okay so, you sleep on the couch." Fita Benkhoff: "maybe January in bed by Fritz could sleep. He is so small, and Fritz is not there." January: "fine, I sleep with you, and we make a good pillow fight." Fita Benkhoff: "we To want see once. Here we have a pool. Maybe could one sleep of you on the pool?" January: "because I'm sleeping." Fita Benkhoff: "you wanted to sleep with me?" January: "I want to sleep but rather on the pool. April can sleep with you." Fita Benkhoff: "April is the mustache. No, can't do, it's already too big". January: "aunt rose, so small the bed probably won't be." Fita Benkhoff: "it is not the people Yes to the bed, but m. I can't sleep with a strange young man in a bed." January: "why now just not?" Fita Benkhoff: "If Uncle Fritz finds out!" January: "he definitely glad when we have exploited the bed and somebody is sleeping." Paul Kemp: "you now think the beak and sleeping at aunt rose." January: "I, I." Paul Kemp: "April is sleeping on the pool, and August, where he can sleep?" August: "don't worry, I will find something."

b. Bendestorf: studios of the film boys Union. Atelier mirror "The beautiful Galathee" directed by: Rolf Meyer. Camera: Igor o mountain. Film scene. Dance party with Victor de Kowa, Gisela Schmitting; Willi Fritsch and Hannelore Schroth in between in their pyjamas.

c. Göttingen: Eugen York staged "export in blond" Atelier mirror with Lotte Koch in local table sitting in Rio. Director Katja Görna in addition to Lotte Koch. Drinking in the pub and a dance performance. Recorded interview: Man: "the first night in Rio. Whom will she belong to, Senorita?" Lotte Koch: "come on, let's drink to the Villa Rosita." Man: "and on the lovely import in blond."

8th Munich: artist Festival crowds, masked people. Dance.
(33 m) 09. New new CAP with brilliant-cut diamonds. Veil hat. Hat with artificial rose. Broad hat. Straw Hat.
(26 m) 10 Hollywood ice Revue performance of the Ballet of the Hollywood ice Revue. Dancer: Sonja Henie with Pirouette.
(25 m) 11 United States: catch as catch can wrestler in the ring fighting fall from the ring and continue to fight in the audience. Men from the audience come into the ring and involved in the fight. Brawl.
(23 m) 12 California: Rodeo daredevil riders on bulls and horses fall. Bulls are distracted with towels.
(32 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Dai, Bao; Benkhoff, Fita; Fritsch, Willi; Gandhi, Mahatmah; Görna, Katja; Grock; Jessup; Kemp, Paul; Koch, Lotte; Kowa de, Victor; Lukaschek, Hans; Meyer, Rolf; Oberberg, Igor; Prasad, Rajandra; Rivel, Charlie; Schmitting, Gisela; Schroth, Hannelore; Weiß, Helmut; Henie, Sonja

Places

Bonn; California; Munich; Bendestorf; Göttingen; Saigon; New Delhi; Hollywood; United States; India; New Delhi

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Demonstrations; Ice skating; Domestic events; Carnival; Carnival; Fire; filmmaking; Posters, fonts, banners; Police; Rings; Rodeo; Reviews; Distributed; Foreign policy events; Listener; Revues; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Fashion; Architecture; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 3/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.02.1950
Year of Production:
1950

Credits

Origin:
Title brand Indochina and India origin: Gaumont protest rally in Bonn camera: basic Ostvertriebene in Bonn camera: basic forest fire camera: Juppe origin: paramount Grock and Rivels camera: Stoll film cross-section: "export in blond" "Galathe" "Gabriela" camera: Stoll, Juppe Munich artist fixed camera: Gerzer hats Haesecken ice Revue origin: Metro catch as catch can Rodeo origin: Metro final brand

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