Deutschlandspiegel 142/1966 28.07.1966
01 Horner Derby men with melon hats. Extravagant ladies. Jockeys on horses. With horse team with Wilhelmine and Heinrich Lübke, total. Lübke in the stands, half-close. Start and run the horses. "Woodruff" leads. Gerhard Schröder looks through the binoculars. Final duel down the stretch in ZL. OSSI Langner on "Ilix" forges ahead and WINS with 1 ¼ lengths ahead of "Rebekah Louise" and "Islanders". Wilhelmine (with flower Hat) and Heinrich Lübke in stands. Winning horse "Ilix" gets wreath and eats him.
(10: 10:00 10:02:10) 02. Automation in shipbuilding large sea-going vessels.
AEG factory near Frankfurt am Main: production of electronic semiconductor elements. Printed circuits with transistors, diodes and resistors. Modules are assembled to function groups. Circuits for ship operations are tested in the laboratory. Test in the Cabinet.
The tanker St. Michaelis. Last painting. Wiring on the command bridge. Control and measuring instruments in the bridge console. Data acquisition system in the engine control room. Welding in the engine room.
Lines are cut loose. The St. Michaelis runs out. Helmsman at the helm. In the control room. Engine room. Captain looks through the binoculars.
(10:02:05 10:05:55) 03. The Beatles a, b, c apartment in the Castle Hotel Tremsbüttel in Hamburg. Photo of Paul McCartney and George Harrison on the pillow. Bathroom: Photos of Ringo Starr and McCartney in the washbasin and storage.
Girl Get up with rose in the hand station Ahrensburg. Train arriving. Beatles get off, enthusiastic fans. Motorcade reverses in Tremsbüttel. Beatles get off and walk up the stairs. Screaming and waving young people in front of the hotel. The Beatles show up on the balcony. Fans break through the police line and run to the front.
Close-up of the Beatles at press conference. Photo reporters jostle.
McCartney speaks interview.
Large audience in the Ernst-Merck-Halle. Lettering "Bravo-Beatles Flash tour". Among the spectators Helmut and Loki Schmidt, great. Appearance of the Beatles. Screaming and howling fans. Girls stretch hands forward. Beatles bowing.
(10:05:50 10:08:50) 04 pop - art workers stick advertising on Billboard. Various works of pop art: TV, Pinball, Tiger... Crying girl by Roy Lichtenstein. Traffic signs. Art dealer Hans Neuendorf in a showroom original sound: "pop artists paint everyday life today with washing machines, posters and signs. Their landscapes untouched nature not represent, but including the expressways and motorways."
Highway pictures and Allan D ' Arcangelo in the Gallery of new village in Hamburg. Neuendorf actuality: "images D ' Ladyfox are exhibited for the first time in Germany. They look at first scary deserted and cold. But despite their geometric structure something like the expression of truck drivers romance and modern wanderlust in them." D ' Arcangelo images, cut in between Highway shooting.
(10:08:40 10:10:15) 05. Highway densely trafficked highway from above. Highway bridges. Transport hub.
(10:10:10 10:10:35) 06 car Museum Stuttgart. Museum of the Daimler-Benz AG. Cars from the 1920s and 1930s years. Camera ride on the cooler along. Photographs by Hindenburg and Gerhard Hauptmann in the Mercedes. Vintage from the 10 years. Development of automotive lamps and wheels. Photo of motorists around the turn of the century. The first cars by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler. Contemporary photographs.
Flags waving (10:10:30 10:12:45) 07 "Kieler Woche". Women in shorts, man attracts sailing shoes. Boat will be allowed to water. Sailing boats in the harbour. Prince Philipp climbing boot. Sailing boats in the regatta on the Kiel fjord.
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Autobahn; Kunstausstellung; Kieler Woche; Handelsmarine; Hamburg (Derby); The Beatles (britische Rockband); Kraftfahrzeug Museum; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Kunst, bildende; 01 16 mm project; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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