Die Zeit unter der Lupe 895/1967 21.03.1967
01 France: Parade of the NATO and award Lemnitzers by de Gaulle De Gaulle walks up front by force, total, Pompidou is next to him. The Grand Cross of the Légion d'honneur, great. De Gaulle is the order to General Lemnitzer and kisses him, half-close. Buildings of the NATO Headquarters. Moving truck. The American flag is obtained and carried in helicopter transport to Stuttgart. Flying helicopter.
02 inhabitants of Nepal sit Lübke in Nepal at the roadside and clap. Lübke visiting a temple, half-close. Musicians with long flutes. Man beats on the drum. A Nepalese with long hair, great face. Parade of masks. Temple.
03. Russian giant helicopter of rotating screw of a helicopter, large. Ascending helicopter. He wears a truck. Interior of the giant helicopter with 28 passengers. Transport of a bus. Landing of the helicopter with omnibus.
04. Montreal: drive world championship of snow cars small cars with skis instead of wheels through snow. Ride over bumps. Jump over jumps in formations.
05. Hamburg: fashion show Mary Quant Mary Quant on catwalk, half-close. Clapping spectators along the catwalk. Mary Quant discusses actuality, their fashion, big: "I just hate the high heels and wanted to move freely to run, to jump into bus, to dance; I love to dance to popmusic. Clothes i wanted to feel free and jet covered. -I hate high heels, I wanted to run, jump in buses to dance. I wanted clothes in which you feel free and at the same time covered"-"is there an age limit for wearing miniskirts?"-" I suppose something about one's 88 or 89 - probably, I guess it lies between 88 and 89. "-"but what about the women who dream of youth, but have ugly knee?"-"well, they can wear trouser-suits, go to the doctor, something like that. -You can wear pants suits or go to the doctor." Beat band. Models on the catwalk show dancing mini fashions. Mini skirts and pants. Mannequin attracts knee stockings. Shirts and underwear. Silly faces. Mary Quant, great.
06. Detroit: American Athletics record over ½ mile start of the race about ½ mile. Runners on the track. Dave Patrick leads by a wide margin before the world record holder Jim Ryun and WINS. Hug and congratulations for total victory.
07. Hamburg: Athletes - check test Werner Girke, indoor European champion over 3000 m, running sports ground, ZL. He lays down on the examination bed in the hospital for testing. Feet are attached to the pedals. Mask is placed over the head. Feet appear pedals under mountain conditions such as in Mexico City. Medical devices draw according to gradual stress reaction of the organism. Werner Girke, drenched in sweat, speaks after investigation actuality: "what was exhausting For you, your victory run in Prague or this test?" - "Yes, my victory in Prague was not easy, but such a test is still strenuous."
08. Vienna: Ice Hockey World Championship - opening match Austria - Italy 2-4 of the Vienna Volksoper ballet dance Waltz. Spectators, half-close. Game of the teams. Shot on goal for Austria 1: run 0 players in the gang. Shot on goal 2:0 for Austria. Game display 2:2 on board. Game scenes Italy WINS 4:2
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Flags; aircraft; musical instruments; Medals, awards, honors; Go-kart; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Dance; accident series; environmental protection, pollution; Kissing, kissing scenes; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Men; Medicine; Military; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Fashion; NATO; Hockey; Military; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 895/1967
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- Information moving the NATO award of Lemnitzer origin: Pathé journal, Eclair Lübke in Nepal of Soviet giant helicopter origin: Pathe news Canadian snow cars origin: Canada focus on Mary Quandt in Hamburg camera: L., Rückert sports Athletics record United States Jim Ryun-Dave Patrick origin: Metro performance test with athletes camera: L. World Championship in hockey have Austria origin: Austria start and end
Mary Quant Turns 85 (* February 11, 1934)
One of the most revolutionary British fashion designers—she shaped the look of the „Swinging Sixties“ like no other—Mary Quant, „Queen of the mini skirt“. But it’s not just her ultra short skirts and dresses, mixed with ribbed tight tops, bold hot pants and colourful tights (before women used to wear nylons and garters) that cause a stir. She also introduces bright new colours such as plum, scarlet red or grape green, and she is the first one to make shoes and coats from PVC. The young designer wants to counter old-fashioned and impractical women’s clothing with a more contemporary, confident and affordable fashion that is suitable for every day wear. Her instinct really hit a nerve. Thanks to models like Twiggy the Mary Quant look becomes a paragon for an entire generation in the late 1960s.
It all started in the year 1955, when Mary Quant opened her first boutique in the trendy Chelsea area. Dissatisfied with the wholesale offerings the illustrator started designing and making her own clothing. Her boutique “Bazaar” quickly becomes a trendy hotspot, helped along by its unusual display windows, loud music and extended opening hours. Soon she opens additional stores, signs a contract with an American department store chain, expands with the less expensive second brand “Ginger Group” and launches her own cosmetic line. Later she also designs men’s and children’s fashion, accessories, home accessories, expands her cosmetic line and maintains so-called colour shops all over the world. In 2000 she retreats from the operative business but is still active as a consultant.