Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 554/1960 12.09.1960


01 Krefeld: Academy of dance ballet feet, tall. Alexandra danilova exerts classical dance with dance group. Russian folklore teaches Branko Markovic / Belgrade. Jose Udaeta teaches Spanish folklore. Flamenco.
(30 m) 02. Rome: Olympics diving ladies: jumps ZL. Ingrid Krämer / Dresden wins gold. Rowing eights: it wins the Germany aft of the racing community Dithmarsia / Kiel. Ratzeburger RC before Canada, award ceremony. 80 m hurdles women: finish in ZL Irina Press, USSR wins gold in 10.8 sec. Silver for Caroll Quinton / England, bronze for Gisela Birch Walter / Germany. Long jump men: Silver Robertson / United States, 8.11 m, gold Boston / United States, 8.12 m Javelin ladies: Elwira Osolina / USSR wins gold with 55,93 m. shot put men's: Silver WINS down 19,11 m, Parry OBrien / United States / United States WINS with 19,68 m. 100 m women: Wilma Rudolph / United States wins gold in 11 seconds before England and Leone, Hyman / Italy. Award ceremony. Vault: Thomas / United States rips at 2.14 m and wins bronze, it wins Shavlakadze / USSR with 2.16 m 200 m race: gold medal WINS Livio Berruti / Italy in 20.5 seconds. Award ceremony.
(93 m) 03. Munich: gold record for Heidi Brühl Heidi Brühl during filming for Bavaria film. Awarded the Golden record on the Golden bracelet. Heidi Brühl sings o-ton: "We want to never go apart."
(31 m) 04. Rome: Olympics hunting jumping: Hans Günter Winkler on Halla is 5. It won brothers d ' Inzeo. Raimondo and Piero d ' Inzeo, great. 5000 m race: Gold WINS Halberg / New Zealand at 13:03:44 min Grodotzky / Germany, silver. Award ceremony. 110 m hurdles: 3 Americans Calhoun, may and Jonas medals before Martin Lauer, Victor Calhoun in 13.8 seconds. Pole vault: 4.60 m ceremony WINS Don Bragg / United States 4.70 m before Morris / United States. High jump women: Jolanda Balas / Romania wins gold with 1.85 m. Javelin: Cybulenko / USSR wins gold with 84,64 m before Walter Krüger / Germany. 4 x 100 m relay women: Germany run Martha Langbein, Marianne Hendrix, Annemarie Biechl and Jutta Heine. The season of the United States WINS in 44.5 sec ahead of Germany with 44.8 sec. 400 m run: ZL. Target photo decides on victory by Otis Davis / United States Carl Kaufmann / Germany at the same time of 44.9 seconds. Award ceremony. 4 x 100 m relay men: Cullmann, Hary, milling village, Lauer to run for Germany. Changing the season of the United States, Norton exceeds the Exchange brand. After the race, the season will be disqualified. Germany wins gold in 39.5 sec. Award ceremony.
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Balas, Jolanda ; Berruti, Livio ; Biechl, Anni ; Birkemeyer, Gisela ; Boston, Ralph ; Bragg, Don ; Brumel, Valeri ; Brühl, Heidi ; Danilova, Alexandra ; Marcovic, Branko ; Press, Irena ; Udaeta, José ; Calhoun, Lee ; Cullmann, Bernd ; Cybulenko ; Davis, Jack ; Grodotzki, Hans ; Halberg ; Hary, Arnim ; Heine, Jutta ; Hendrix ; Inzeo d', Piero ; Inzeo d', Raimondo ; Jones, Hayes ; Kaufmann, Carl ; Krämer, Ingrid ; Krüger, Walter ; Langbein ; Lauer, Martin ; Dallas, Long ; Mahlendorf ; May, Ernst ; Morris, Ron ; Myers-Pope, Paula ; Nieder, Bill ; O'Brien, Parry ; Osolina, Elwira ; Quinton, Caroll ; Robertson ; Rudolph, Wilma ; Schawlakadse ; Thomas, John ; Winkler, Hans Günter


Munich ; Krefeld ; Rome


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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 554/1960

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Initial brand 3 m part A int. Summer Academy d. dance, Krefeld camera: Seib oly.

Women's diving (ingr. Krämer) origin: iNcom rowing (victory d. dt. eights) origin: iNcom 80 m hurdles d. ladies (Birkemeyer) origin: iNcom long jump of men origin: iNcom Javelin throw of men (Krüger) origin: iNcom shot origin: iNcom 100 m race of women (Rudolph) origin: iNcom high jump of men (Shavlakadze) origin: iNcom 200 m run of men and ceremony origin: iNcom part B Heidi Brühl (we want to never...)
Camera: Strong oly.

Hunting jumping origin: iNcom 5000 m race of men origin: iNcom 110 m hurdles origin: iNcom vaulter origin: iNcom high jump of women origin: iNcom Javelin throw of men origin: iNcom 4 x 100 m run of women and men origin: iNcom

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Heidi Brühl’s 80th Birthday (* January 30, 1942)

The singer and actress Heidi Brühl rose up to become a teenage idol in West Germany in the 1950s, that success would later expand to the USA.

After being discovered during ballet lessons at the age of 12, the Munich-born actress was cast in the film Der letzte Sommer (The Last Summer). That same year she got a part in another film, as "Sternchen" in "Heideschulmeister Uwe Karsten". A year later, she filled the leading role of "Dalli" in the Immenhof films, which would be her breakthrough role.

While taking singing, acting and language lessons, the now young woman was cast in various smaller roles in major motion pictures, such as Confessions of Felix Krull alongside Horst Buchholz in. At the age of 17-year-old she also signed her first recording contract. Brühl had several hits with songs like "Chico, Chico, Charly" and "Wir wollen niemals auseinandergehn" (We never want to part) and participated in the Grand Prix Eurovision in 1963.

After the death of her father and manager, Brühl got married to the US actor Brett Halsey in 1964, with whom she had two children. To boost their international careers the couple first lived in Rome, then moved to the USA, where Heidi Brühl continued her acting career. She was cast in film and television productions such as "Columbo" and Clint Eastwood's "By Order of the Dragon".

In Germany, she filmed the sequel to the "Immenhof" series in the early 1970s, before returning home for good after her divorce. With disco-style songs, Heidi Brühl finally celebrated a much-noticed comeback as a singer in the early 1980s and founded her own music publishing company, where she also took on a producing role. In addition, she acted in numerous television roles, such as "Tatort," "Praxis Bülowbogen" or "Ein Fall für zwei. At the age of only 49 she died of heart and circulatory failure following a cancer operation. Brühl is buried in Munich's Waldfriedhof cemetery.

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