Deutschlandspiegel 394/1987 1987

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01. by the Admiral to the America's Cup - the "Twelver" coming man's voice 4-3-2-1-0 start of the qualifying races for the Admiralcup, the offshore sailing team World Championship. The island of Heligoland. Houses of the island. Offshore yacht race with colorful sails. Qualified were: saudade, Hamburg, container, Glückstadt, diva, Lübeck. Sailor climbs high on the mast. The yacht outsider. Syndicate spokesman Achim Siniša actuality. Horn of Cresap. Steam comes out of stack. Dennis corner with the America Cup.
Show (56 m) 02 flag and blowing Hambach the Federal flag black-red-gold. German flag in front of the Bundeshaus, to ship, in service room East-Federal spokesman. Flags on houses.
Images: Bourgeois revolution of 1848 calls for unity and freedom for the whole nation.
1817: black-red-gold as a sign of freedom select Wartburg Festival - German students.
1832: Hambacher fest - request students at Castle Hambach unity of all Germans.
Castle Hambach with a German flag. Memorial. Moving at anniversary celebrations.
(43 m) 03. Cologne: comic Exchange in the City Hall people into boxes scroll through comic books. Donald Duck, Pluto, great. Various comic book titles. Transparent: Cologne comic Exchange 2. 5, 1987. The City Hall. Mickey Mouse book, Felix of the cat, spider mouse, fantastic four. The 1st issue with Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse (4000 DM) children scroll in books. Cassette with money. Young people read comics.
(59 m) 04. noise in the transport of motorcade in urban road. Traffic on the highway. Hedges overgrown the walls. Transformer on soundproof windows of from home. Airplane flies past. Radar screen rotates. Aircraft landing on the city. Noise monitor measurements in control tower. Control of altitude on monitor. Measuring pictures. Lufthansa Boeing prior to mounting.
(44 m) 05 exhibition film City Berlin (material regional image Office Berlin) Signet 750 years of Berlin. The living picture, rotated with hand crank. Vintage cameras in exhibition in the German Jean. Pan across exhibition. Old movie images. Film companies: Berlin Union film, Cine centre Berlin, Film Studio, Movie Studio Haselhorst. Shooting. Cinematographer on crane. Flap falls. The film opened in the former Hotel Esplanade. As a guest, Billy Wilder comes with his wife Audrey. Old movie posters. Mayor Eberhard Diepgen presented certificate of appointment as Professor - Billy Wilder, original sound. Billy Wilder speaks actuality, and thanks in good German. Clapping spectators and Audrey Wilder. Movie poster: The Blue Angel and Marlene Dietrich photo.
(78 m) 06 research ship Polarstern entrance of the research vessel Polarstern at its homeport accompanied by tugboats and fire department boats with fountains. The Polarstern research in the Arctic Ocean of the South. Ice Crusher Castle of the vessel. Waving off the boat.
(42 m) 07. 750 years Bamberg Cathedral town sign Bamberg. Houses on the river Regnitz. City image with DOM. Teileistellungen of the Cathedral. The transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic style building. Pan nave with figures. The Bamberger Reiter. The Archbishop of Bamberg holds mass in the Cathedral. The Bamberg Cathedral in the evening light.
(57 m) 08 US story - Nebraska House in bad Segeberg sign bad Segeberg, before Indian head. Actor of Karl may ride a Festival than Indians. Band playing.
The Interior Minister of the State of Nebraska of all J. Beerman gives the City bad Segeberg an original Nebraska House. All J. Beerman actuality. The Mayor of bad Segeberg appoints the Minister as the honorary member of German Indians and set up Indian headdress. All berries man travels in canoe to the barbecue.
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Persons in the Film

Dietrich, Marlene ; Wilder, Billy ; Beerman, Allen J. ; Corner, Dennis ; Diepgen, Eberhard ; Griese, Achim ; Ost

Places

Bad Segeberg ; Bamberg ; Berlin ; Bonn ; Helgoland ; Cologne ; Offenbach ; Sylt

Topics

Filmgeschichte ; Bamberg ; Flagge ; Lärmschutz ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; Children ; Flags ; filmmaking ; Religious events ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Sailing ; Townscapes: Germany ; Surfing ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; Landscapes ; People ; Transport: General ; Exhibitions ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Expedition Arktis ; Film (Filmwirtschaft, Filmtechnik; vgl. 3.11.1.3 Fernsehen) ; 01 16 mm project ; Surfing ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

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Monthly Newsreel

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Deutschlandspiegel 394/1987

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20th Anniversary of the Death of Billy Wilder († March 27, 2002)

Billy Wilder's superb comedies "The Seven Year Itch" (1955), "Some Like It Hot" (1959) and "One, Two, Three" (1961) made him immortal. The much darker film noir "Double Indemnity" (1944), the tragicomedy "Sunset Boulevard" (1950) and what film critics consider the best courtroom drama in film history "Witness for the Prosecution" (1957) are also among Hollywood cinema classics and testify to the filmmaker's versatility.

During his 50-year plus career he was involved in more than 60 films in the capacity of writer, producer and/or director. Of his 21 Academy Award nominations he won 6 times, including three Oscars for "The Apartment" (1960).

Samuel Wilder was born in 1906 in Sucha, Galicia (present-day Poland) and grew up in Vienna. He began his film career in Berlin in the late 1920s, where he worked as a ghost-writer for well-known authors, participated in the silent film "Menschen am Sonntag" (1929), developed the screenplay for "Emil und die Detektive" (1931) with Erich Kästner, and wrote one of the biggest box office hits of the late Weimar Republic with the musical comedy "Ein blonder Traum" (1932). After the National Socialists seized power, the director with the Jewish background emigrated to Hollywood, but not without a stopover in Paris.

Despite the fact that Wilder's closest relatives had been murdered in concentration camps, he returned to Germany again and again, for example while working for the U.S. Army's film and propaganda department at the end of World War II or for the filming of "One, Two, Three" (identified in Wochenschau 260/1961 as "Die Flucht nach Berlin" engl. „Escape to Berlin“).

During a visit to Berlin in 1987, the Hollywood legend was appointed honorary professor by mayor Eberhard Diepgen. Today a street in Berlin also bears his famous name. Billy Wilder died on March 27, 2002 in Los Angeles at the age of 95 after suffering from pneumonia.

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