The Eurovision Song Contest (1991)

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Toto Cutugno ...
Himself - Host
Gigliola Cinquetti ...
Herself - Host
Carola Häggkvist ...
Herself - Swedish Entry: 1st Place
Amina Annabi ...
Herself - French Entry: 2nd Place
Moshe Datz ...
Himself - Israeli Entry: 3rd Place
Orna Datz ...
Herself - Israeli Entry: 3rd Place
Sergio Dalma ...
Himself - Spanish Entry: 4th Place
Sandra Studer ...
Herself - Swiss Entry: 5th Place (as Sandra Simó)
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Atlantis 2000 ...
Themselves - German Entry: 18th Place
John Andreassen ...
Himself - Norwegian Commentator (voice)
Marianne Antonsen ...
Herself - Norwegian Entry: 17th Place
María Ángeles Balañac ...
Herself - Spanish Vote Presenter
Dafni Bokota ...
Herself - Greek Commentator (voice)
Sarah Bray ...
Herself - Luxembourg Entry: 14th Place
Claude Delacroix ...
Himself - Belgian Commentator: French Speaking Region (voice)
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There were actually two winners this year, both Sweden and France finished on the same place with 146 points. However following the embarrassment of 1969 when there were four winners, the rules now clearly say there can only be one winner. The voting coordinator Frank Naeff examined what points the countries had received to decide the winner. Both France and Sweden had received four "12 points", however Sweden had received more "10 points" than France and was declared the winner. See more »

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Follows The Eurovision Song Contest (1970) See more »

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Hullu yö
Composed by Ile Kallio
Lyrics by Jukka Välimaa
Performed by Kaija Kärkinen
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problems, problems, problems
15 July 2004 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

One of the nightmare years of the ESC. The RAI orchestra (well the sax-player in particular) managed to ruin the Greek entry, which was ace along side the entry by Israel. Other faves (of mine) were Yugoslavia, Turkey, Finland, and Switzerland.

It's a year to forget. Problems with the voting, problems with the sound, problems, problems, problems. Do I even have to mention the huge amount of bad songs? The stage-design was nice however (but it usually is). The hosts... the hosts... What was she wearing? And what was he doing?

That guy who did the interval act was surprisingly good however, doing VERY fast dress-changes. Wearing a dress, and changing to a suit in just a few seconds. Great fun! Almost the best part of the entire evening.

Although I don't think too highly of the ESC of 1991, in some ways it's better than those held nowadays. The orchestra should be brought back into the contest. The orchestra added a lot of charm, even when it managed to ruin the occasional song.


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