Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 259/1955 14.01.1955

Synopsis

01 Bremerhaven: Swedish liner Gripsholm is Berlin Director Kanchana k by North German Lloyd passes the former Gripsholm the German occupation. Berlin pennant is hoisted and pennant Gripsholm. At the bow of the vessel, lettering Berlin is free from cloth. Dr. Schreiber, former Mayor of Berlin, christens the ship. Passengers go to the Columbus berth on board. Lines going to the trip to New York. People wave.
(25 m) 02 Bonn: 79th birthday Konrad Adenauer Theodor Heuss congratulates Adenauer for his 79th birthday.

03. Bonn: new year's reception for the diplomatic corps at the Villa Hammerschmidt right of way of the diplomat's car. Diplomats get out and are greeted at the door of the Villa Hammerschmidt. Heuss enters the Hall next to the Apostolic Nuncio Münch. Cameramen. The diplomats convey the congratulations of their countries. Adenauer speaking to diplomats.
(19 m) 04. Berlin: film ball at the Hotel Esplanade dancing on the dance floor, etc. Karl Heinz Böhm, Walter Richter. Willi sitting at table Forst. In the conversation Barbara Rütting and O. E. Hasse. Martha and Romy Schneider with glass.
(16 m) 05. Munich: international dance tournament and the Grand Prix of Europe couples on the dance floor. Tango of the English master couple Harry Smith-Hampshire and Dorren Casey.
(22 m) 06. Frankfurt: interview with Lieutenant-General (ret'd) Adolf Galland after returning from Argentina Galland on arrival by plane. Reporter interviewed him. O-ton: "Mr Galland, do you have plans for the near future?" "To settle down in the home, to find me a civilian profession, and in the other I am flying and not a prophet."
(12 m) 07. California: supersonic airplane Convair start the first aircraft in triangular shape. Flight and landing with brake screen.
(11 m) 08 Bavaria: fashion show with folk costumes from around the world fashion show of the SAS. Eskimo clothing. Afternoon gown of an elegant Chinese. Indian fashion. Arab robe. Japanese kimono. Dirndl. Turkish dress.
(25 m) 09 Netherlands: Mandrakes of young man looking in the woods with dog and goose roots and branches. Processing of wood in the home to figures and animals.
(19 m) 10 Paris: men's freestyle wrestlers sign wild in the ring. Referee tried in vain in the wild fight to intervene.
(11 m) 11 Brooklyn: amateur boxing to the Golden glove Boxer with wild blows in the ring. Viewers cheer. Boxer must knock to the ground. Another K.O. precipitation.
(24 m) 12th Berlin: International swim meet swimming competition at the Olympic Stadium. Diving: Double jump by Sobek and hampel. 100 m backstroke women: Geertje Wilemar/Holland, WINS in 1.14,5 before Helga Schmidt, Germany. Winners in the water. Award ceremony. People clap. 100 m breaststroke men: start jump of a float. Simultaneous turning of Karmakar and Rademacher. Rademacher swims forward. Karimu is catching up. Rademacher WINS by a narrow margin in 1.12. Close-up Rademacher.
(35 m) 13. Grindelwald: start international slalom ski race of the women's runners. Runners on the slope (very amateurish). Start Penny Berthod, Switzerland. She goes with 52.2 sec. fastest time of the day. Close-up of Berthod. Run the winner Giuliana Minuzzo/Italy. Minuzzo before Berthod WINS in the standings. Runners embrace. EVI lang / Germany, missed a gate and fell far back.
(35 m) 14 Garmisch: Bavarian four-man Championships grow the skids, Bob Riessersee Ostler and Nieboer drives in the first run the fastest time. Bob Ohlstedt drives the fastest time in the second run and WINS in the standings. The driver clamp, Nirschel, Henn and Koll win the Bavarian Cup.
(20 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Berthod, Medlene ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Böhm, Karl Heinz ; Casey, Doreen ; Forst, Willi ; Galland, Adolf ; Hasse, Otto Ernst ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kuhlenkamp ; Muench, Aloysius ; Richter, Walter ; Rütting, Barbara ; Smith, Harry ; Schneider, Magda ; Schreiber ; Hampel, Hans ; Henn ; Koller ; Kruschinski ; Lang, Evi ; Minuzzo, Guilana ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Nirschel ; Ostler, Anderl ; Rademacher, Ulli ; Sobek ; Schelle, Franz ; Schmidt, Helga ; Wilemar, Geertje

Places

Berlin ; Frankfurt ; United States ; Bonn ; Netherlands ; Bavaria ; Bremerhaven ; Munich ; Brooklyn ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Paris ; Grindelwald

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Wrestling ; Interviews ; cameramen, cameramen ; filmmaking ; art jumping ; Photographers ; Rings ; Shipping ; Swimming ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Skibike ; Skijoring ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Dance ; diving ; Art ; Social events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 259/1955

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.01.1955
Year of Production:
1955

Credits

Origin:
Title: "Gripsholm" camera: Stoll new year reception camera: Basic, Essmann film ball camera: Pahl dance tournament camera: strong a) Waltz b) Tango short exposed: A. Galland camera: Essmann, reason Delta aircraft origin: Metro world fashion camera: strong wood carver origin: Polygoon sports: catcher origin: Pathé journal Golden Gloves origin: Metro swimming camera: Pahl, Jansen slalom in the Grindelwald camera: Rau, Hafner Bob camera: strong conclusion

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