Deutschlandspiegel 245/1975 1975


01 new Elbe tunnel Hamburg crowd. Photographer holds camera. Men with protective helmets. Policemen. Chancellor Helmut Schmidt with Cap enters the lectern and speaks to the inauguration of the new Elbe tunnel: "then in 1967 or 1968, were also Hein and Maris of Eimsbüttel appeared as written as construction work on the tunnel in the construction authority, and who wanted to apply for the job."Yes, the track Director said then, "... but you have also the necessary engineers and construction machines?" And Hein responded: "dat you explore you be our concern." How mog dat easily. Hein in Övelgönne begins with de Schipperei and I here in Altenwerder. "And in de middle, wi that meet." "Yes, is that quite nice, but how To want you because to calculate that, you meet really right in the Middle?" Seggt Maris: "dat slats you one og sien our concern." Finally, our entrepreneurial risk is dat. And if we really do not meet in de Middle do, then nice nothing can happen to you, then you have 2 tunnel." Among the listeners of Mayor Hans-Ulrich Klose, great. Cameraman with fur hat films. Elbe to Övelgönne, shot back. Altenwerder. Hans-Ulrich Klose and Heinz Ruhnau in the crowd. Construction site Elbtunnel. Rock. Digging of the tunnel tube. Helmut Schmidt drinks from 3-liter beer glass and passes it to Hans-Ulrich Klose, who drinks. Representation of tunnel management from drawing. Pictures of Elbe crossing construction. Tractor pull tunnel segment at the prescribed place. Graphical representation of the lowering of the tunnels. Buoy marks site. Balloon construction site. Folk Festival at the tunnel opening. Carousel rotates. Stalls. People go on foot through the tunnel. Music band playing in the tunnel. Cars in the tunnel. Traffic is monitored on television monitors. Helmut Schmidt and Loki Schmidt before TV wall with 48 monitors. Control Panel. A COP on the phone. Köhlbrandbrücke. Driving record to drive into the tunnel through the tunnel and out of the tunnel.

02. Paris: EC Summit in French police officer directs traffic. The Elysee Palace. Car driveway. Car blow opens. Honor guard greets with Sabre. Harold Wilson is leaving. Car blow opens. Quit Helmut Schmidt and Hans-Dietrich Genscher. French flag at the Elysee Palace, great. Conference Hall. Helmut Schmidt in addition to Hans-Dietrich Genscher at the Conference table. Helmut Schmidt takes off glasses. Harold Wilson with a pipe. Valéry Giscard D ' Estaing, great. View of the courtyard of the Elysee Palace by Arch. Group with Harold Wilson, Helmut Schmidt, Valéry Giscard D' Estaing. Parking by Citroen with stand of the EC countries. Helmut Schmidt and Harold Wilson left the Elysee Palace. Reporter. Final press conference. Valéry Giscard D' Estaing talks about unification of Europe (übersprochener narration). In addition to his Jean Sauvagnargues, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

03. Ottobrunn near Munich/United States: construction and launch of the space satellite Symphony starting an American Thor-Delta rocket that launches the first European satellite into outer space. Graphical representation of the satellite orbit. Building by Messerschmidt in Ottobrunn near Munich. Window front. Space technicians at work, in the manufacture of satellites in German French co-production. Settings of the satellite. Exact tests and measurements. Use as experimental station for telephone, radio and television broadcasts. Radio and picture bridge between countries. Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Valéry Giscard D' Estaing Secretary of State to communicate first via satellite: "We are today in this very modern way talk." "Good day, Mr. Chancellor." (More speech post-synchronisation) 04 portrait of Margot Werner close-up Margot Werner for the singing of French Chanson. Margot Werner, ballerina of the Bavarian State Opera, ballet training. Going on the road in Zebra - fur coat. While practicing at the Barre. Theater display Ballet Swan Lake. Margot Werner for the makeup in her dressing room. Setup of wig. Dance performance. Singing in a cabaret of the Munich Lach - und Schießgesellschaft.

05. Munich: sports press Festival Olympic Hall with total viewers. Well-known athletes at the competition. Invasion on ice in ice hockey clothing. Slalom run on the ice with ice hockey puck to sticks around and subsequent scoring. Athletes slip on the ice and fall. Starter waving banner. Go-kart racing. Advertisement: Rowenta - Doornkart - Hettlage - continent furniture - six official drops. The racing driver Hans Stuck is congratulated as the winner. Franz Beckenbauer claps. Kettcar race. The Turner Gienger WINS ahead of Hans Stuck. Total viewers. Tobogganing on the ice. Beckenbauer runs to sleigh and boots. Here, alpine ski racer Christian Neureuther WINS. Chin-ups on the horizontal bar. Gienger WINS with 33 pull-ups. Rolf Milser, weight lifting in many experiments. Milser is overall winner and receives the image of the Canadian miracle skater of Toller Cranston as a gift. Congratulate athletes, such as Beckenbauer.


Persons in the Film

Beckenbauer, Franz ; Giscard d'Estaing, Valery ; Ruhnau ; Sauvagnargues, Jean ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Werner, Margot ; Wilson, Harold ; Gienger, Eberhard ; Milser, Rolf ; Neureuther, Christian ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Klose, Hans Ulrich ; Schmidt, Loki ; Stuck


Bonn ; Hamburg ; Munich ; Ottobrunn near Munich ; Paris ; Raisting ; United States


Satellit ; Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft ; Policy ; Elysee Palast ; Elbtunnel ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; cameramen, cameramen ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Leisure, recreation ; Pedestrian ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Political events ; Police ; Portraits ; Postal, postal services ; Press, press conferences ; Rockets ; Advertising ; Shipping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sporting events ; Townscapes: Germany ; Dance ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Military ; Holiday ; Transport: General ; festivals ; Listener ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; construction ; Sport ; 01 16 mm project ; Military ; Sports honors ; 10 finding book Germany mirror


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Margot Werner’s 10th Death Anniversary († July 1, 2012)

As a ballet dancer, chanson singer and entertainer, Margot Werner captivated audiences for decades.

Born in Salzburg in 1937 as the daughter of a merchant and a pianist, she began taking ballet lessons at the age of three. At the age of 17 she was engaged by the Bavarian State Ballet, where she was first appointed soloist in 1959 and prima ballerina in 1963. When her dancing career was coming to an end, Margot Werner tried her hand at singing. After a first appearance at the Vienna Konzerthaus, she presented her much-acclaimed one-woman show "Auf den Song gekommen" in 1973. The next year she appeared on stage as Jenny in the Threepenny Opera and released her debut album titled "Und für jeden kommt der Tag" (Everyone will face the day one day). Soon she hosted her own TV shows, the Margot-Werner-Show and Von Margot bis Montag (From Margot til Monday). She also was a frequent guest in the popular variety shows of Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff, Hans Rosenthal und Roberto Blanco.

In 1976, the diva with the fiery red hair and dark voice released her second LP Wasser, Feuer, Luft und Erde (Water, Fire, Air and Earth), which featured her biggest hit So ein Mann (That kind of man) Seven more records, numerous singles and compilations and accompanying tours and guest appearances would follow. Since the 1960s, Margot Werner has also appeared in numerous cinema and TV productions, such as the science fiction film Insel der Krebse (Crab Island), Roland Klick's Simmel adaptation Lieb Vaterland magst ruhig sein (Dear Fatherland Be at Peace) , the operetta Im Weißen Rössl and the series Liebt diese Erde (Love this Earth). She continued to appear regularly on stage and screen until the 1990s, such as in the "Movie Classics" with songs from Marlene Dietrich to Zarah Leander, but things grew increasingly quiet for her. A comeback attempt in 2007 did not live up to her earlier successes.

At the age of 74, the versatile artist put an end to her life by jumping out of a hospital window.

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