Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 431/1958 02.05.1958

Synopsis

1 Berlin: Professor Heisenberg speaks bust Max Planck to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Max Planck. The Congress Hall. Professor Heisenberg announces his proposal for a basic formula of matter. Heisenberg on the lectern actuality: "the 100th anniversary of Max Planck's comes at a time that, when compared with earlier periods, in many areas, such as politics, the art, the values, makes a Very much chaotic impression. "It is therefore, just thinks, reassuringly, that at least over a range, his life's work is dedicated to the Planck, is to To find nothing chaotic at a so harmonious personality such as Max Planck, that rather simplicity and transparent clarity here still as determined as at the time Plato's or Kepler's or Newton's." As the audience close-ups of Otto Hahn, Max von Laue, Lise Meitner, Professor Hertz.
(33 m) 2 Hamburg: visit of NATO Secretary General Paul Henry Spaak Spaak talks the overseas Club actuality: "Mesdames et Messieurs... ." (Importance of German membership in NATO).
(14 m) 03 Bonn: German Soviet treaties on the airfield rolls the Russian jet aircraft TU 104. The Deputy Soviet Minister Mikojan comes down stairs and is welcomed by Brentano. Cameramen and reporters. The Foreign Ministry. By Brentano and Mikoyan sign economic treaties adopted in Moscow. Handshake. Palais Schaumburg. Adenauer and Mikoyan entered the room. Handshake.
(23 m) 04 Oberstdorf: 1 day in the Müttergenesungsheim "High light" mothers sitting in the garden. Coffee will be served. Eating banana. Lying in sun loungers. Massage. Inhale. To write letters. Walk. Carriage ride.
(22 m) 05. Munich: Film criticism of 1957-58 best actress award: Liselotte Pulver of best actor: best foreign actor Mario Adorf: Pierre Brasseur best foreign actress: Giulietta Massina under the audience close-ups: Mario Adorf, Marianne Koch, Heidi Brühl, Winnie Markus, Ingrid Andree claps.
(22 m) 6th Bavaria: Munich public observatory radio telescope receives radio characters from outer space. Telescope image of the moon.
(20 m) 07. Japan: the last solar eclipse of the century people look to the skies. Eclipse of the Sun. On the day's street lighting. Darkened Sun. Restless animals.
(19 m) 08 India: the feast of the darkened Sun Eclipse. On the banks of the Ganges gather Pilgrims praying and bathing to prevent doomsday.
(10 m) 9 Australia: Snake farm venomous snake winding meadow. Taipan snake with a fatal bite is held by man. Python snakes. Cinematographer takes his heels. (Time lapse).
(13 m) 10. Clever and forgetful: the glove clever warns vessel for loading crates on crane to access to. Box is lifted up. Maria wants to set up ropes. Glove is pulled him by the hand and fingers are jammed.
(25 m) 11 Madrid: Spanish Judo Championships demonstration of judo grips to the defense.
(18 m) 12th Amsterdam: Holland - Germany 2-1 hockey game. Changing scenes. Shot on goal. Bulli. Holland shoots the 1:0 spectators cheering. Shot on goal 2:0 Strafecke lead to 2-1 by Helmut Nonn.
(31 m) 13 German Football Championship: Hanover: HSV - 1 FC Cologne 3-1 spectators. Game scenes. After 7 minutes, Pfeiffer shoots for Cologne 1-0. Viewers with glasses, mustache and rain cover, large. Uwe Seeler storms and shoots in the 20th minute after a free kick by Joe the 1:1 cheers. The Cologne Billy goat, shaking his head. 2nd half: Uwe Seeler shoots 2:1 audience cheering and waving. Spectator with headscarf laughs, great. Dieter Seeler beheads 1st (38 m) the 3:

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Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad; Adorf, Mario; Andree, Ingrid; Brasseur, Pierre; Brentano von, Heinrich; Brühl, Heidi; Gross, Walter; Hahn, Otto; Heisenberg, Werner; Hertz, Gustav; Hussels, Jupp; Koch, Marianne; Laue von, Max; Luft, Friedrich; Markus, Winnie; Massina, Guiletta; Meitner, Lise; Mikojan, Anastas; Planck, Max; Pulver, Lieselotte; Spaak, Paul Henry; Nonn, Helmut; Pfeiffer, Heinz; Seeler, Dieter; Seeler, Uwe; Herzog, Werner

Places

Bonn; Munich; Berlin; Australia; Bavaria; Japan; India; Hamburg; Oberstdorf; Hanover; Amsterdam; Madrid

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Judo; cameramen, cameramen; filmmaking; Football; Medals, awards, honors; Pacts; Photographers; Religious events; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; observatories; Animals (except dogs); Buildings; Meteorology; Transport: General; Contracts; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; NATO; Hockey; Agreement; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 431/1958

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
02.05.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Opening title: 100th St birthday Max Planck camera: Stoll, Pahl Spaak Nato-(General-Sekretär) Hbg. camera: student Mikoyan in Bonn camera: Basic, strong price of the German film critics camera: Rau Müttergenesungsheim in Oberstdorf camera: Hafner people Observatory Munich camera: Rau solar eclipse in Japan origin: Asahi news solar eclipse in India origin: Commonwealth snake farm in Australia origin: Cine sound "The glove" – clever and Maria chip. Judo Championships origin: No. do hockey international match Deutschld-Holld.
Origin: Polygoon football: HSV - 1 FC Cologne 3-1 camera: base, Seib, students end title:

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