The Eurovision Song Contest (1980)

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Credited cast:
Marlous Fluitsma ...
Herself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luc Appermont ...
Himself - Belgian Commentator: Dutch Speaking Region (voice)
Lance Aston ...
Himself - United Kingdom Entry: 3rd Place (as Prima Donna)
Knut Aunbu ...
Himself - Norwegian Commentator (voice)
Samira Bensaïd ...
Herself - Moroccan Entry: 18th Place
Anders Berglund ...
Himself - Conductor: Sweden
Allan Botschinsky ...
Himself - Conductor: Denmark
Peter Bødker ...
Himself - Danish Entry: 14th Place
José Cid ...
Himself - Portuguese Entry: 7th Place (as Jose Cid)
Jean Claudric ...
Himself - Conductor:
Eládio Clímaco ...
Himself - Portuguese Commentator and Song Presenter (voice) (as Eladio Climaco)
Alan Coates ...
Himself - United Kingdom Entry: 3rd Place (as Prima Donna)
John A. Coleman ...
Himself - Conductor: United Kingdom (as John Coleman)
Beatrice Cori ...
Herself - Italian Song Presenter
Norbert Daum ...
Himself - Conductor: Luxembourg


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Israël had won the previous Eurovision Contest (for the second time in a row) and was expected host the 1980 contest. But they withdrew because the contest was to be held on their country's Day of Remembrance. The Netherlands accepted the honor of hosting the competition at short notice. See more »


When "Quédate esta noche" ("Stay tonight"), the Spanish song was to be performed, the title that mistakenly appeared on screen was "Que data esta noche", which would mean something like "What data tonight". See more »


Follows The Eurovision Song Contest (1975) See more »


Hé, hé M'sieurs dames
Music by Sylvano Santorio
Lyrics by Richard de Bordeaux and Richard Joffo
Performed by Profil
Conducted by Sylvano Santorio
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