Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 441/1958 11.07.1958

Synopsis

01 Berlin: film ball breakdown from UFA 102/12 - this shorter policemen keep fans back. Joachim Hansen and Paul Klinger on arrival. Grete Weiser and O. E. Hasse. Walter Neuss and Wolfgang Müller, Horst Buchholz, Elsa Maxwell, Gina Lollobrigida, Jean Marais, LILO Pulver. Freddy Quinn sings Japanese song. Manfred Purzer interviewed Walter Giller alongside Nadja Tiller. Dance on the dance floor. Paul Klinger and Luise Ulrich. Grete Weiser. ELSA Maxwell converses with Gina Lollobrigida. Helmut Käutner, Horst Buchholz.
(35 m) 02 Dubovnik: expect wet visit Nasser Tito Tito and Dedi. Nasser's ship leaves. Greeting. Haji and Mrs of Nasser is welcome. Ride through town Tito and wet standing in the carriage. People clap.
(16 m) 03 Bonn: ceremony of the order of peace pour le Mérite for Professor Heisenberg of the order pour le Mérite for science and arts big. Heuss presented order of the Hungarian physicist Hevesy, Nobel Laureates Heisenberg and the American surgeon of Huggins. (Order can have only 30 Germans and 30 foreigners.)
(9 m) 04. England: Elizabeth II. visited mine Elizabeth goes underground mine Scottish in mining clothes. Gear shaft. Miners waving to Elizabeth.
(16 m) 05. Canada: Japanese sailing ship in the port of Vancouver the Japanese sailing ship Nippon Maru after 6 weeks trip in the harbour. Cadets in shadow boxing, judo, stick fighting on board. Cadets in the shrouds. Sails are set.
(32 m) 06. Antarctica: meteorological station on the bear Islands Russian scientists on the bear Islands. Weather balloons. Anemometer. Polar bears are great in the snow.
(17 m) 07. United States: Trapeze line present in the fur fashion mannequins furs. 3 m-long fur collar. Russian wide tail coat. Tiger jacket. Chinchilla fur.
(21 m) 08. Hamburg: American student Chapel marching band in Bergedorf Chapel marches on. Music and marching in figures. Musicians, great. Boxer dog bark, large.
(40 m) 09 Wimbledon: final men's tennis tournament: Fraser / Australia defeated Ashley Cooper / Australia. Audience clapping. Fraser at impact. Match ball Cooper. Cooper WINS in 4 sets. Cooper Cup size. Final women: Althea Gibson / United States defeated Angela Mortimer / England. Judge on the High Chair. Spectators close to half. After initial difficulties, Althea Gibson scores and WINS Gibson 8:6, 6:2. ALTHEA with shell, great.
(43 m) 10 Aachen: horse show - jumping Grand Prix (here somewhat longer) breakdown of UFA 102/11: horse legs get bandages. Horses on the trail of ZL. World Champion Raimondo d ´ Inzeo without placement. ZL jumps. European champion Fritz Thiedemann on Meteor ZL. 4 riders in the jump-off. Young rider Hermann Schridde rips combination and is 4 Françoise VANDERHAEGEN / Belgium is 3. Pat Smythe, England is 2. victory ride by Magnus of Buchwald on flight wind in ZL. Award ceremony. When victory lap, handkerchiefs are swung.
(67 m)

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Narration

Persons in the Film

Buchwald von, Magnus; Buchholz, Horst; Elisabeth II. von England; Giller, Walter; Hahn, Otto; Hansen, Joachim; Hasse, Otto Ernst; Heisenberg, Werner; Heuss, Theodor; Hevesy von; Huggins; Käutner, Helmut; Klinger, Paul; Lollobrigida, Gina; Maxwell, Elsa; Müller, Wolfgang; Nasser, Gamal Abdel; Neuss, Walter; Pulver, Lieselotte; Quinn, Freddy; Tiller, Nadja; Tito, Josip; Ulrich, Luise; Weiser, Grete; Cooper, Ashley; Fraser; Gibson, Althea; Inzeo d', Raimondo; Mortimer, Angela; Smythe, Pat; Schridde, Hermann; Thiedemann, Fritz; Vanderhaegen, Francoise

Places

England; Bonn; Berlin; Antarctica; United States; Canada; Hamburg; Dubovnik; Wimbledon; Aachen

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; filmmaking; Musical events; Medals, awards, honors; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Reviews; Shipping; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; observatories; Dance; Tennis; Animals (except dogs); Meteorology; Foreign policy events; Fashion; Mine; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 441/1958

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
11.07.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Opening title: Int. Film ball, Berlin camera: Pahl, student of Nasser visited Tito in Jugosl.
Origin: Novosti peace pour le Eric f. Prof. Heisbg.
Camera: Luppa engl. Queen mine origin: Pathé News Japan Sailing ship in Canada origin: NFB Canada Meteorolog. Station on bear Islands origin: DEFA fur fashions in U S A origin: Metro American Student Chapel in Hamburg camera: Seib, disciple of Wimbledon - final origin: Pathé news spring horseback riding: Gr. price of Aachen camera: strong, fire end title:

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