Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 600/1961 28.07.1961
01 Berlin. Kirchentag. All-German meeting of Evangelical Christians. Swinging bell, transparent: I am with you, road sign: Knight Street, Church, listening to people from church portal, in the crowded Church, many people in front of the Church, food output in the exhibition hall, large cross, trombone choir, swing over the equivalent Stadium, Präses Scharf at the lectern, big, speaks (interview), devout listeners, including Brandt, head of an old woman, a woman in nurse dress, a color, a young girl, each large, Sivaram Dibelius, big, gives the believers the blessing (original sound), folded hands, big, belfry with four swinging bells, long shot of the crowded Stadium.
02. from all over the world.
a. Washington. President Kennedy committed to West Berlin. major press conference, Kennedy, tall, speaks (partial quote) intermediate sections of the Conference participants.
b. Cape Canaveral. Second successful American space flight. -Virgil Grissom in the astronaut suit embarks plume of smoke, helicopter flying with including hanging capsule above the sea, the capsule in the water rocket lift, the rocket flight of the rocket with long wide floating, (Grissom is taken into the flying helicopter.
03. motor and traffic.
a. Hamburg. Moped and licence interview with Ebeling of Chief of police. -Workers on mopeds, road traffic in front of the Hamburg central station, several grades of men and young people at papers for moped driving licence, officials at. Issue of driving licences, Ebeling, tall, speaks (interview), intermediate sections of moped riders in road transport, Theo Petersen and Sabine Berwig on moped driving.
b. Rendsburg. Tunnel under the Kiel Canal was shared waiting car columns, people come hastily, on the old bridge, a following barrier, views of the old swing bridge in operation, Dr Seebohm cuts through White Ribbon as a sign of approval of the tunnel, guests, spectators motorcade at new tunnel entrance.
04. between start and finish.
a. motor sports. Narration see World sportscar Championship event of the carriages on the solitude. Winner: Deubel/horns.
b. athletics. Immerhöher always more faster and faster. A sports feature on the transient nature of records, see narration. -Settings (partly archive) by Manfred Germar, Heinz Fütterer, Wilm Rudolph (run), Jesse Owens (running, long jump), ter, Ovanesvsn, Ralph Boston, Hildrun Claus, Jolanda Balas(Weitsprung), Valery Brumel (high jump with "Parallel Tome"), John Thomas (high jump with "Diving Tome", slow-motion shots of his jumping style).
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Persons in the Film
Balas, Jolanda ; Boston, Ralph ; Brumel, Valeri ; Berwig, Sabine ; Brandt, Willy ; Dibelius ; Ebeling ; Grissom, Virgil I. ; Kennedy, John F. ; Petersen, Theo ; Seebohm ; Scharf ; Claus, Hildrun ; Deubel ; Fütterer, Heinz ; Germar, Manfred ; Hörner ; Ovanesyan, Igor Ter ; Owens, Jesse ; Rudolph, Wilma ; Thomas, John
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bells ; close-ups, detail ; Hands ; Interviews ; Special events ; motor sports ; Press, press conferences ; Rockets ; Religious events ; Technology ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; transport questions ; Science ; Gastronomy ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 600/1961
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Initial brand 7 m Evgl. Kirchentag in Berlin camera: Pahl, Rieck, Pahl Kennedy speech to the Berlin question (o tone) origin: Metro 2. Americ. Space flight (Virgil Grisson) origin: Metro moped driving licence (Interv. m. Poldir.) Ebeling, Hbg.)
Camera: Rau, Oakley tunnel under d. NOK, Rendsburg, Einweihg.
Camera: Rau, Oakley solitude-motorcycle & car racing camera: basic Athletics records and their transience origin: Hungaro US athlete John Thomas camera: strong, Vlasdeck end brand 3, 1 m
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