Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 35/1950 26.09.1950
1st week of the German film studio mirror "The third from the right". Géza von Gziffra as a Director gives instructions to dancers. Headlight goes out. "Furioso" Studio mirror. Flap is beaten. Kirsten Heiberg sings. Actuality: "come on Gypsies, take the violin, playing a song as you feel it, all melodies of love..." Atelier mirror "It one day will come". Maria Schell is singing at the piano. As a listener on the piano standing Dieter Borsche. Atelier mirror "Falling star" with Werner Krauss and Dieter Borsche. Scene with Werner Krauss. Interview: "the end will be somewhat sentimental. But it's not my fault. The people do their own destiny. It is admirable how tirelessly they pursue your goal. The destruction, destruction of My friend, this is the people's greatest talent. Not A lot is missing, and he will reach it, that takes apart the whole globe. "It takes only a very little bit to help."
(88 m) 02. New York: Ministers swivel over the venue of Waldorf Astoria hotel. Conference of the Foreign Ministers of the Atlantic Pact. At the Conference table Bevon, Schuman, Dean Acheson. (Guarantee for German security. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany. Resumption of diplomatic relations) (20 m) 03 Berlin: Turnpike war Turnpike in woodland, which arbitrarily was brought forward at the Anglo Russian sector border in the British zone. Russian and British guards.
(20 m) 04. England: Princess Elisabeth on the trip to Balmoral Castle Station Princess Elisabeth with Prince Charles on the hand. On the arm of a companion Princess Anne as a baby. Prince Charles runs away alone. People wave car moving off.
(29 m) 5th fighter jet London America non-stop flight refueling of fighter jet in the air during the flight.
(12 m) 06 Canada: election of Mister Canada muscle men in speedos. Demonstration of muscle-flexing. Winner receives prize.
(19 m) 07 Bavaria: cattle market cattle market. Oxen are measured. Teeth are examined. Purchase by handshake. Pay.
(25 m) 08 Wolfsburg: Volkswagen in the exam Volkswagen on the test track runs through flaming archways and swamp. Driving through rough terrain. VW is doing over in descent from the mountain. Repetition of the rollover in ZL. Driver climbs out of vehicle that will be back on its wheels and continue.
(28 m) 9-Munich: horse racing in riem racing display. Start Bell is rung. Home to the Grand Prix for industry and economy. Race. Home stretch. Alder child wins ahead of firmament.
(29 m) 10 Berlin: powerboat racing on the Wannsee motor boats in the race at the Wannsee.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; filmmaking ; motor boat race ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Reviews ; beauty pageants ; Sports details, fouls ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Livestock, livestock ; Foreign policy events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Buildings in North America ; Crew ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 35/1950
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand week of German film camera: Juppe origin: Rondo-film: Furioso, Göttingen: there comes a T [...], Munich: the falling Ste [...]
Meeting of Foreign Ministers in New York origin: Metro Schlagbaum war (Sektorengr. Berlin) camera: Obeng Princess Elisabeth origin: Pathe news jet fighter new tank process origin: Pathe news Mr. Canada - election origin: Metro livestock market in Siezenheim camera: Hafner Volkswagen in exam camera: Stoll, Juppe Gallopers Munich REIM (gr.IND.-PR) camera: Hafner, Gallardo motorboat racing on the Wannsee camera: Obeng final brand
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