The Eurovision Song Contest (1969)

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Credited cast:
Laura Valenzuela ...
Herself - Host
Frida Boccara ...
Herself - French Entry: 1st Place
Lennie Kuhr ...
Herself - Dutch Entry: 1st Place
Herself - United Kingdom Entry: 1st Place
Salomé ...
Herself - Spanish Entry: 1st Place
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Aspel ...
Himself - United Kingdom Commentator (voice)
Gay Byrne ...
Himself - Irish Commentator (voice)
Brian Cant ...
Himself - United Kingdom Vote Presenter
Sverre Christophersen ...
Himself - Norwegian Commentator (voice)
Muriel Day ...
Herself - Irish Entry: 7th Place
Simone de Oliveira ...
Herself - Portuguese Entry: 15th Place
Paola Del Medico ...
Herself - Swiss Entry: 5th Place
Theodor Haller ...
Himself - Swiss Commentator: German Speaking Region (voice)
Georges Hardy ...
Himself - Swiss Commentator: French Speaking Region (voice)
Paule Herreman ...
Herself - Belgian Commentator: French Speaking Region (voice)


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29 March 1969 (Spain)  »

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Although the show was broadcast in color for the Eurovision and Intervision Networks and through satellite to Chile, Puerto Rico and Brazil, the technical limitations of TVE at that time forced the transmission to be done in black and white inside Spanish territory, and also forced the recording of the TVE tape in the same format. See more »


Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest (1982) See more »


De Troubadour
Music by Lennie Kuhr
Lyrics by David Hartsema
Performed by Lennie Kuhr
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