Die Zeit unter der Lupe 750/1964 09.06.1964


01 Couve de Murville in Spain. Couve de Murville climbs down the stairs of the aircraft and is welcomed. Shaking hands between Couve de Murville and Franco (half total). Franco is sitting in a Chair (half total). Couve de Murville (half total).

02. Franco in Seville. Franco stands next to his wife on a pillar balcony and waving (total). Crowd on the square (total) Franco speaks (profile, large). Menschenamsse with your hands splash (screen-filling.)

03. parade in Madrid. Panzer parade. Franco waved in the stands (total). Parade of military vehicles. Passing armored car with dogs on the cooler.

04. review of Spanish civil war. Guns. Franco looks (total) by a Scheerenfernrohr on the battlefield. Gun strikes. Men hang bombs on a plane. Flying aircraft. Bomb strikes. Charging infantry. Armored car in the grounds. Tank tumbles down a slope. Soldiers in the ruins of houses. Spanish city. Parade of Spanish troops before Franco. Helicopter parade. Troops on horseback. Franco in an open car standing (total) in support of the mounted guard.

05. Jacqueline Kennedy in Arlington. Gravestones at the cemetery in Arlington. Jaqueline Kennedy goes with her children by the hand to the grave (total). Jaqueline Kennedy kneels down and blesses oneself. Caroline blesses oneself. You leave the Tomb.

06. Cadet swearing in United States. Dieamerikanische depends on flag in the foreground of a room. An American Cadet receives a patent officer. Clapping cadets. A young officer is lifted from his comrades on the shoulder. The cadets throw their hats up. (total) 07 Czech amphibian tanks. A tank driving in rough terrain. He's driving through water and steep hills. Foot of the driver on the gas pedal, hand on the gearshift lever (large). The tank driving toward trees that fall over and through rivers.

08 Marlene Dietrich in Russia. Still image of Marlene Dietrich. Newspaper pictures of her. She takes the stage in a long dress and long white fur coat (total). Marlene Dietrich sings (total). Klatschendes audience in the room (total). Marlene Dietrich waving to the audience in a long narrow dress. She pulls out between the closed curtain and bows.

09 Indianapolis race. Race car on the track at Indianapolis. Spectators in the stands (total). A car comes in the spin cycle. Sea of flames. Burning and exploding cars (total). Black clouds of smoke. Other race cars continue to the site of the accident. A car turns right (total). Race car with shattered rear wheels runs on the gang (big). The driver jumps out of the ongoing car and wallows at the bottom (total). Volunteers run up and try to stifle the burning clothing of the rider. The winner with the laurel wreath (half total). Young girl kisses the winner.

10 German Rugby Championship in Offenbach. 78 Hannover play FC St. Pauli Hamburg against the Dsrv. Spielscenen, play to, hold, tumble. Battle for the ball with all means. The players fall over each other (slow motion). If a player believes his foot with a contorted face. Rugby player with enlivened by a serrated shirt. He gets a new emd and it pulls over. Hustle (slow motion).
World Championship powerboat race in Traben-Trarbach.

11. a powerboat racer from her helmet sits on (large). Starter with starter's pistol (large). The speed boats at the start (total). Water sparkling on fountains behind the racing boats. The boats go to the turning buoy. A driver falls off the boat and tried to get back in. The boats jump over the water surface. The winner Dieter König from Berlin to the destination (total). The audience wave. Dieter König is thrown into the water.

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Dietrich, Marlene ; Kennedy, Caroline ; Kennedy, Jacqueline ; Kennedy, John John ; Murville de, Maurice Couve ; König, Dieter ; Franco, Carmen


Arlington ; CSR ; Spain ; Indianapolis ; Madrid ; Russia ; Seville ; Moskau ; Traben-Trarbach ; Offenbach ; West point


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; motor boat race ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Parades ; Reviews ; Rugby ; Armor ; Sports details, fouls ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; automotive engineering, automotive ; War, prisoners of war ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Military ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Viewers and audience ; Military ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 750/1964

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

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Title brand 4.6 m time show Couve de Murville in Spain origin: No. do Franco in Seville origin: No. do parade in Madrid origin: No.-do 25 years since the civil war in Spain/review information Jaqueline Kennedy in Arlington origin: Metro cadets sworn into United States origin: Metro Czech Republic. Amphibious tanks origin: State Marlene Dietrich in Russia origin: Sovkino sports: Indianapolis race origin: Metro German Rugby Championship camera: strong, Jürgens World Championship powerboat race, Traben-Trarbach camera: Basic, Zakariah final brand 3,-m

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Marlene Dietrich’s 30th Death Anniversary († May 6, 1992)

Marlene Dietrich is still considered one of the greatest stars of classic Hollywood cinema.

Born in Berlin in 1901, she starts her career in the Golden Twenties with appearances in revues and silent films. Her role as the frivolous Lola in "The Blue Angel", one of the first German talkies, made her world famous virtually overnight in 1930. The same year she goes to the USA together with director Josef von Sternberg, where they shoot "Morocco" immediately after their arrival, which earns the "New Girl from Germany" an Oscar nomination. In the following years, they collaborate on five more style-defining films, including "Blonde Venus", "Shanghai Express" and "The Scarlet Empress." The staunch anti-fascist consistently rejects offers from Germany. Instead, she becomes a U.S. citizen and performs for GI's at the front during World War II. While she is the first woman to receive the Medal of Freedom - the highest decoration for a civilian - in the USA, she is reviled as a "traitor to the fatherland" in Germany.

After the end of World War II, Dietrich played major character roles in productions such as "A Foreign Affair", "Stage Fright", "Witness for the Prosecution", "Touch of Evil" and "Judgment at Nuremberg" by such directorial greats as Billy Wilder, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and Stanley Kramer. From the early 1950s on, she appeared less and less on the screen, but more and more often on stage as a singer - with popular chansons such as "Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt," "Sag mir, wo die Blumen sind," or "Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin". She returns to Germany for the first time in 1960 during a European tour, and four years later she becomes the first German artist to visit the Soviet Union after World War II. After breaking her leg in a fall, she announces her retirement from show business in 1975. Three years later, she takes on a very last film engagement - alongside David Bowie, among others - in "Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo". Afterwards she withdraws from the public eye for good and lives in self-imposed isolation in Paris until her death on May 6, 1992.

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