Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 30/1950 22.08.1950

Synopsis

1st London: Deutsche Funkausstellung radios. Old gramophones and modern music box. Watch as the radio. Prime Minister Arnold when visiting the exhibition with the Chairman of the broadcasting industry count Westarp. Radio receiver in the bedside lamp and the Chair. Eberhard Beckmann, Intendant of Hessischer Rundfunk, in conversation with Secretary Bredow (no interview). Sound tape cartridge in book form, ultra short wave device.
(38 m) 2 Bremen: Cathedral Festival of dance and sports group show dances before the Cathedral.
(25 m) 03 Minden: Schützenfest Schützenkönig receives Crown and continues in carriage in parade through the town. Pointman is out front of the shooters.
(31 m) 4 New York: demonstration against Korea war street battles between protesters and police. Mounted police in use.
(21 m) 5th war in Korea impact by rifle fire. Soldiers in the protection of Cliff shooting gun. Dead body in the bushes.

06. Japan: Flood roofs of houses jut out of the water. Floating dog is rescued on raft.
(11 m) 7th United States: Quadruplets result in children's fashion before the Canadian Quadruplets on the arm by an adult. Screening of children's fashion.
(23 m) 8th United States. Diving Tower jumpers perform jumps. Pat Mc Cormick jumps.
(14 m) 9 bath Eikel: flying cars drivers in small cars that go round and round about head on track.
(21 m) 10 Berlin: Boxer Conny Rux is Tiger Jones by knockout defeat violent impact change in the ring at the Waldbühne. Conny Rux gets hit and needs on the ground. Rux kneels and referee counts. Continue the fight with heavy impact change. ADA Tschechowa as spectator, half-close. Renewed rainfall for Rux in the third round. In the 5th round is Rux hard in the face drawn on the ground and will be counted.
(42 m) 11 Nürburgring race under Heuss, spectators standing, half-close. Cars at the start. Start flag is waved. Cars on the track. Car races against ramp, flings, and stops. Alberto Ascari Ferrari driving as the winner by the target. Ascari with wreath.
(45 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Ascari, Alberto; Arnold, Karl; Beckmann, Eberhardt; Bredow; Heuss, Theodor; Tschechowa, Ada; Westarp; Jones, Gene; MacCormick, Pat; Rux, Conny

Places

Düsseldorf; New York; Japan; United States; Korea; Canada; Bremen; Minden; Nürburgring; Berlin

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Demonstrations; Disasters; Children; motor sports; Police; Reviews; Radio, television; Joke; Swimming; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Dance; diving; Korea war; Cultural events; festivals; Fashion; Exhibitions; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 30/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
22.08.1950
Year of Production:
1950

Credits

Origin:
Title brand radio exhibition in Düsseldorf camera: reason Bremen Cathedral Festival camera: Stoll, Juppe markmen's Festival in Minden camera: Juppe, Albrecht origin: special service demonstration in United States origin: Gaumont flood origin: Metro Quadruplets (kindermoden) origin: Pathe news Springer origin: Metro flying car camera: basic boxes: Rux contra Jones camera: Obeng Nuremberg ring (great price) camera: Basic, Stoll, Juppe end brand

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