Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 67/1951 08.05.1951

Synopsis

01 London: Festival of Britain King George the Royal family get in front of St. Paul from horse-drawn carriage, totally and go to the opening of the exhibition "Festival of Britain". Swivel Prince Philip. Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret. King George speaks to the opening. Interview: "I declare the 'Festival of Britain' opened and wish it to universal succes." King George and Queen Elisabeth will visit the exhibition. Queen Mother Mary sitting, half-close. Rain showers.
go unemployed in Labour Office to stamp (34 m) 02. unemployment in Berlin. Check-in counters. Stationary machine, empty tracks, still this ships in the port.
(31 m) 03. Wiesbaden: Award for film producer Curt Oertel "Michelangelo" film poster for Michelangelo. Mayor presents Curt Oertel the "golden plaque of the city of Wiesbaden" for outstanding achievement in filmmaking.
(17 m) 04. Frankfurt: reconstruction Goethehaus pan across the Goethe House in the deer moat. Indoors: painting rooms kiln corner, family, study, the Hanau clock, lyre and bust of Goethe.
(22 m) 5th Salzburg: Bergputzer Bergputzer knock loose rock from the rock walls on ropes.
(19 m) 6th United States: Naval Aviation practice plane crash into the waters of frames go cabins in the water. Naval Aviation out under water. Mounting of inflatable boat.
(19 m) 07. Munich: visit to the vet man carries Shepherd on the arm. Dogs and cats in the waiting room. Sick cock sitting on lap. Vet links paw of fox terrier. Cat is examined. Study of rabbit. Leg of cow is treated. X-ray of a horse's hoof. Pferdegebiß is investigated.
Wiesbaden (33 m) 8th: international tennis tournament women's individual: Margret you Pont / United States plays against Zehden / Germany. Viewers heads going back and forth. It wins you Pont / United States.
(21 m) 9th Silverstone: race cars on the track. Fall. Car flip over several times and stays with the wheels facing up. (21 m) 10 Nuremberg: football of 1 FC Nuremberg - Preußen Münster 1-2 goalie keeps. Crowds at the gate. Preußen Münster shoots 1:0 laughing audience. Attack by Preußen Münster. Goalkeeper of Preußen Münster holds. Shot on goal 2:0 for SC Preußen Münster. Viewers cheer. Nuremberg shoots penalty 2:1 violent crush at the Prussia gate in the final minutes. Soccer legs and running ball.
(43 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Georg VI. von England; Margaret von England; Mary von England; Oertel, Curt; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Pont du, Margaret; Zehden

Places

Berlin; Frankfurt; London; Salzburg; Wiesbaden; United States; Nuremberg; Silverstone

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Honors; Railways; filmmaking; Football; motor sports; Rain; Shipping; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; Tennis; Animals (except dogs); Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; Unemployment, unemployment; Construction; Exhibitions; mountain climbing, mountaineering; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 67/1951

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
08.05.1951
Year of Production:
1951

Credits

Origin:
Initial brand Festival in London origin: Pathe news unemployed in Berlin camera: Obeng Curt Örtel camera: basic Goethehaus camera: basic Bergputzer in Salzburg camera: Hafner US Marine training device origin: Metro vet camera: Cook internally. Tennis tournament camera: strong, basic Silverstone - race origin: Prussia Münster 1 Pathe news. ECM Nuremberg 2:1 camera: Hafner, cooking end brand

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