UFA-Wochenschau 599/1968 16.01.1968


01 Austria: ski race Grindelwald and Lauberhorn ski race in Wengen title: test for Grenoble, image: downhill skier. Breakdown of ZL 938 / 7: Grindelwald: runner is massaged. Exercises with skis. Giant slalom: on the track of Marielle Goitschel. Run through the goal. Laughing after run, great. She will be 2 nd run the winner Nanca Greene / Canada. Run through the goal. After run, great. Special: Rosi Mittermaier / Germany on the line. Ride through the target. She will photograph with face mask 9 lose. Rosi Mittermaier with braids, big. Lauberhorn ski race: Downhill: Karl Schranz on the track. Run through the goal. He is half close after the run, 2nd Karl Schranz. Race winner Gerhard Nenning / Austria. Schranz and Nabi Khan next to each other, big, surrounded by reporters.
(45 m) 02 Bad Godesberg: diplomatic reception title: notes at the time, image: detailed patent leather shoes by Lahiri. Lübke goes next to the Apostolic Nuncio in the wake of the diplomats. Lübke with diplomats in conversation, half-close. Kiesinger between 2 African diplomats. Africans, that's great. Lahiri speaks Brandt, half-close.
(25 m) 03 Munich: beauty centre opened (Juvena) young girl looks in hand mirror. Flower on her cheek. Beautician painted faces with flowers, painting of eyes, spray with glimmer for Carnival. Women sit around tables and learn makeup. Face mask is applied. Carnival hairstyle with curls and balls. Painted faces, great.
(21 m) 04. London: tennis fashion 68 tennis dress with side lace stripe pattern. Tennis dresses hanging on a wardrobe. Crochet tennis suit. Striped suit.
(18 m) 05 England: British vertical take-off Harrier of the Royal Air Force unit settings of the small Jet vertical, takeoff, flight and landing.
(25 m) 6th please Castle: Blues singer B.B. King sings before US troops in tour of Germany title: King of the Blues, image: B. B. King. B. B. King appearance singing, big, o-ton: "I say unto you, what's bothering me and what pleases me. I say it with music, which you know."
American crew members and women as a listener. Negress, great. Trombonist, drummer, saxophonist, trumpeter of the band. B.b. King singing.
(59 m) 07 Spain: rabbit hunting title: death of the Hare, image: hunters and dogs. Men ride along with greyhounds to hunt. 2 greyhounds chase a hare on free field. Hare will be rushed and is tired. He proposes hook and escapes the dogs. Hunters stand by and watch. Rabbit runs on the ice and escapes. Greyhound head, large.
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Brandt, Willy ; Kiesinger, Kurt ; King, B. B. ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Zarapkin ; Goitschel, Marielle ; Greene, Nancy ; Mittermaier, Rosi ; Nenning, Gerhard ; Schranz, Karl


Please Castle ; England ; Spain ; Grindelwald ; London ; Munich ; Bad Godesberg ; Wengen


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Dogs ; Domestic events ; Hunting, Hunter ; cameramen, cameramen ; aircraft ; Musical events ; musical instruments ; Photographers ; beauty care ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Animals (except dogs) ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Crew ; Dogs ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Wochenschau 599/1968

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

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Title brand test for Grenoble Grindelwald and Wengen origin: Cine Journal notes at the time diplomatic reception in Bad Godesberg camera: Luppa, Seib Juvena-Center camera: Rau tennis wear 68 origin: Pathe news newcomer from England origin: Pathe news King of the Blues-King of the Blues camera: Seib, Luppa ...des Hare Hare hunting in Spain death origin: No.-do at the beginning and end of

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