The Eurovision Song Contest (1963)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Catherine Boyle ...
Herself - Host (as Katie Boyle)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Alexander ...
Himself - Austrian Commentator (voice)
Alain Barrière ...
Himself - French Entry: 5th Place
Heidi Brühl ...
Herself - German Entry: 9th Place
Ronnie Carroll ...
Himself - United Kingdom Entry: 4th Place
Jörgen Cederberg ...
Himself - Swedish Commentator (voice)
Carmela Corren ...
Herself - Austrian Entry: 7th Place
Pierre Delhasse ...
Himself - Belgian Commentator: French Speaking Region (voice)
Willem Duys ...
Himself - Dutch Commentator (voice)
Hanns Joachim Friedrichs ...
Himself - German Commentator (voice)
Federico Gallo ...
Himself - Spanish Commentator (voice)
José Guardiola ...
Himself - Spanish Entry
Theodor Haller ...
Himself - Swiss Commentator: German Speaking Region (voice)
Laila Halme ...
Herself - Finnish Entry: 13th Place
Françoise Hardy ...
Herself - Monacoan Entry: 5th Place
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23 March 1963 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Eurovision laulukilpailu 1963  »

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Unusually, the performances came from a separate studio to that containing the host and audience. This was because most, if not all, had been pre-recorded earlier in the day. (NOTE: This has been disputed by some sources. It is claimed that, because boom microphones were used - invisible to the viewer, an incorrect impression was given). See more »

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Algo prodigioso
Music by Fernando García Morcillo
Lyrics by Camillo Murillo Janero
Performed by José Guardiola
Conducted by Rafael Ibarbia
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