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Cast overview, first billed only:
Erica Vaal ...
Herself - Host
Thérèse Steinmetz ...
Herself - Dutch Entry: 14th Place
Herself - Luxembourg Entry: 4th Place (as Vicky)
Peter Horten ...
Himself - Austrian Entry: 14th Place
Noëlle Cordier ...
Herself - French Entry: 3rd Place
Eduardo Nascimento ...
Himself - Portuguese Entry: 12th Place
Géraldine ...
Herself - Swiss Entry: 17th Place
Östen Warnerbring ...
Himself - Swedish Entry: 8th Place
Matti Siitonen ...
Himself - Finnish Entry: 12th Place (as Fredi)
Inge Brück ...
Herself - German Entry: 8th Place
Louis Neefs ...
Himself - Belgian Entry: 7th Place
Herself - United Kingdom Entry: 1st Place
Himself - Spanish Entry: 6th Place
Kirsti Sparboe ...
Herself - Norwegian Entry: 14th Place
Minouche Barelli ...
Herself - Monacoan Entry: 5th Place


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8 April 1967 (Austria)  »

Also Known As:

Eurovision laulukilpailu 1967  »

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Although the Luxembourg entry "L'Amour Est Bleu" did not win, it went on to be an international orchestral hit under the name "Love Is Blue". See more »


Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest (2005) See more »


Puppet On A String
Written by Bill Martin and Phil Coulter
Sung by Sandie Shaw
Orchestra conducted by Kenny Woodman
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One of the best ESC's from the '60s
18 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First of all, the hostess, Erica Vaal, should get an award for best presenter for a musical variety special, but then again, they don't have prime time Emmy awards in Europe, oh well. But she made a conscientious effort in greeting the MANY viewers watching the program in several languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, etc, and of course she concluded the program in those languages as well, as saying good night in 10 different languages.

Now, on with the singers. First place definitely deserved to go to the UK's Sandie Shaw with her winning song, "Puppet on a string". Honorable mentions go definitely first to Spain's Raphael with his song, "Hablemos del Amor", second, Luxembourg's Vicky Leandros' "L'amour est bleu", and finally, Finland's Fredi, with his bouncy song, "Varjoon Sujaan" which I couldn't even pronounce, but he sang that song with such conviction.

And finally, the interval act, while the juries were tallying up their votes, etc, the audience was treated to a beautiful performance by the famed Vienna Boys' Choir, singing Blue Danube. This I had to mention because some interval acts are better than others. This should get an award for best interval act of the Eurovision Song Contests, overall.

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