Die Zeit unter der Lupe 822/1965 26.10.1965

Synopsis

01 Erhard swearing and Cabinet of the Bundestag, swivel to the wall with the Federal Eagle. Gersenmaier, Erhard, wondering whether he suppose the choice quote: "I ask you, Mr Deputy Dr. Erhard, you take on the election? Erhard Get up and answer, interview: "I suppose the choice... I thank you." Erler congratulates Erhard, half-close. Photographers. Erhard besides Lübke, half-close. Handshake. Hunter goes next to Lahiri, half-close. Hale signs list upon arrival, half-close. Close-up of Hale. Elisabeth black main arrival, half-close. Close-up of Stoltenberg. Close-up of Gao. Close-up of the Hunter. Close-up Bucher.

02. Johnson US-hospital recovery. Johnson is on the Chair. Beside him his daughters, Ms. Johnson and Humphrey sitting, half-close. Humphrey, half-close. Johnson, half-close. Photographers. Little girl kisses Johnson.

03. Scotland: Queen Elizabeth opened plant Queen Elizabeth honorary delegation welcomes close to half. Children waving flags. Elizabeth beckons on car. System of the power plant, outside and inside. Elizabeth goes under umbrella. Control Panel of the plant. Lever for opening and Elizabeth uses mechanism. Reflections of light.

04. French Pfeifer, peasant whistles on fingers, big. Trees. Indian settlement in Mexico. Indian rises to tree. Indian moves to boot. French village in the Pyrenees. Woman is spinning at the spinning wheel. Village Road. Man whistles. Woman sewing responds. Translation of the whistling language over the image. Mountain landscape. Sheep on the pasture, total. Sheep in the pen. Saeed whistles. Man in production of sheep cheese. Migrating flock of sheep.

05. bad Eibling: German Chess Championship alarm clock with seconds-hands. Heads of chess players, great. Caricatures of the chess game. Chess players in the game. Robert Hübner (16) for the game, great. Wolfgang Unzicker, big plays against Dieter Mohrlock from Stuttgart, great. The game of chess in a nutshell. Cartoons.

06. Nuremberg: Football 1. FC Nürnberg - HSV 0 5 Uwe Seeler at greeting of the Nuremberg team leader, half-close. Flags are waved. Uwe Seeler on the pitch Ball delivery and the shot at the misses. Young audience gets, half-close. The defender of Nuremberg prevent shot actions of HSV. Giesemann fouls opposing players. Bottle Ecker turns free-kick to the 1:0 spectators clapping, half-close. Flying ball over goal. Alemann's flank to Strehl, who scored a 2-0, ZL. Blonde spectator, disappointed. Schnoor throws into the gate in the wrong corner, ZL. Boys clapping behind the gate. Uwe Seeler touches on his leg and leaves the square waving. Shot on goal 5:0.

07. accident series No. 5 breakdown from UFA 483/4 - same section: title: because with me... - image: Günter Jerschke looks through death machine. Jerschke sees through suicide machine and speaks. Mr Meyer sits on rocking chair with a pipe. Explosion. Mr. Schäfer sits in front of construction with hammer, which he fails to trigger on the head. Mr Salah front camera with self-timer. Explosion. Jerschke with large cylinder. Roofing sets on roof tile, not roped. Miss Höfer looks out window. Jerschke occurs behind Miss Höfer, shadow falls on the window. "Jerschke kissing the hand Miss Höfer: because you're right with me."

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Narration

Persons in the Film

Alemann ; Bucher, Ewald ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Erler, Fritz ; Gerstenmaier, Eugen ; Gradl, Johann Baptist ; Höcherl, Hermann ; Höfer, Rose ; Humphrey, Robert ; Jaeger, Richard ; Jerschke, Günther ; Johnson, Ladybird ; Johnson, Lyndon B. ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Lücke, Paul ; Meyer, Carl Walther ; Schäfer, Albert ; Schultes, Walter ; Schwarzhaupt, Elisabeth ; Stoltenberg, Gerhard ; Flachenecker ; Giesemann ; Hübner, Robert ; Mohrlock, Dieter ; Seeler, Uwe ; Schnoor, Horst ; Strehl ; Unzicker, Wolfgang

Places

Bonn ; United States ; Scotland ; France ; Dresden ; Mexico ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Nuremberg ; Bath Eibling

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Customs ; Electricity ; Gymnastics ; Hands ; Viet Nam ; Industrial events ; Domestic events ; cameramen, cameramen ; Cartoons ; Children ; Explosions ; Women, mothers ; Football ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Rain ; Decorations ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Technology ; Costumes ; Watches ; Transport: public transport ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Landscapes ; People ; Livestock, livestock ; Water ; Buildings in Europe ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 822/1965

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.10.1965
Year of Production:
1965

Credits

Origin:
Title brand information Erhard swearing and Cabinet camera: Zaki, Luppa, Luppa, reason of Johnson's recovery origin: Metro Queen Elizabeth eröffn. Plant origin: Pathe news current beats French Pfeifer origin: Gaumont sports German Chess Championship camera: Rau football 1st FC Nuremberg/HSV i. Nürnb.
Camera: Luppa, reason, Rieck accident series No. 5. suicide & roofing end brand

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Uwe Seeler’s 85th Birthday (* November 5, 1936)

The German soccer icon Uwe Seeler is considered one of the best strikers of his time, even to this day. His spectacular goals, fighting spirit and down-to-earth attitude turned him a folk hero - especially in his hometown of Hamburg, where he played professionally for the HSV since the age of 17. The "fat man," as his teammates affectionately called him because of his compact stature, had the ability to hit from the most impossible positions, whether falling, lying down or - as in the 1970 World Cup match against England - with the back of his head. Above all, he never gave up on a game until it was really over: the game against Braunschweig in 1957 was very memorable, it went down in soccer history as the "Miracle of the Weser". His team was trailing 0:4 at half time, but in the end they won 6:4 with three goals from Seeler. In 1961 he turned down a million Deutsch Mark deal from Inter Milan. Instead, he worked part-time as a sports goods salesman to compensate for the meagre income that footballers were paid at the time, which made him even more popular. The sympathy was therefore enormous when a ruptured Achilles tendon in 1965 seemed to threaten his career. But Seeler wouldn't be Seeler if he didn't give his all to return to the pitch. When he managed to do so it caused a sensation.

Thus the famous "Uwe, Uwe, Uwe" chants resounded for the last time only in 1972 - at his farewell game in front of 70,000 fans in Hamburg's Volkspark Stadium. By then, he had scored over 1,000 goals for HSV, participated in four World Cups and scored 43 goals in 72 international matches for the German national team. He was the first athlete ever to receive the Federal Cross of Merit, he was chosen as a permanent delegation member of the national team and last but not least he was made an honorary citizen of the city of Hamburg, which for Seeler was the most important award. His loyalty to his beloved HSV is unabated: he regularly sits in the stadium, outside of which stands a huge bronze sculpture of his right foot.

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