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Lotte Væver ...
Herself - Host
Hugues Aufray ...
Himself - Luxembourg Entry: 4th Place
Anneke Grönloh ...
Herself - Dutch Entry: 10th Place
Arne Bendiksen ...
Himself - Norwegian Entry: 8th Place
Bjørn Tidmand ...
Himself - Danish Entry: 9th Place
Lasse Mårtenson ...
Himself - Finnish Entry: 7th Place
Udo Jürgens ...
Himself - Austrian Entry: 6th Place
Rachel ...
Herself - French Entry: 4th Place
Matt Monro ...
Himself - United Kingdom Entry: 2nd Place
Nora Nova ...
Herself - German Entry: 13th Place
Romuald ...
Himself - Monacoan Entry: 3rd Place
António Calvário ...
Himself - Portuguese Entry: 13th Place
Gigliola Cinquetti ...
Herself - Italian Entry: 1st Place
Sabahudin Kurt ...
Herself - Yugoslavian Entry: 13th Place
Anita Traversi ...
Herself - Swiss Entry: 13th Place
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21 March 1964 (Denmark)  »

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Eurovision laulukilpailu  »

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Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest (1976) See more »

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Dès que le printemps revient
Music by Hugues Aufray
Lyrics by Jacques Plante
Performed by Hugues Aufray
Conducted by Jacques Denjean
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Very first win for Italy
18 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First of all, I gave this 6 stars only because, there is no known video footage from the Eurovision Song Contest from 1964 which was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. The hostess was Lotte Vaever, a young Danish actress. Rumors have it that the Danish TV studio had a massive fire in their film vault in the early 1970s, and that the film had perished in the blaze. But at least the audio was saved. The obvious winner that night was Italy's Gigliola Cinquetti, who was only 16 at the time with her innocent song, "Non L'heta", or "I'm not old enough". You could tell by the 45-second standing ovation and applause she received after her performance. But then, some would say that this was the reprise of the song.


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