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"Champs-Elysées: Episode dated 7 April 1984" (1984)
26 July 2016 | by (France) – See all my reviews

It was a live transmission from Studio Gabriel, Paris on Saturday 7 April 1984, 8.30 pm Antenne2 (A2). Running order of the show: 1. Jean Jacques Goldman - "Envole moi", 2. Bananarama - "Cruel Summer", 3. Michel Leeb's Sketch, 4. Isabelle Aubret - "Saint Paul de Vence", 5. Jacqueline Maillan - "La main d'ma soeur", 6. Alain Souchon - "Banal Song", 7. Aldo Maccionne and Thomas Scapelli - sketch, 8. Nino De Angelo - "La valle del'Eden", 9. Jean Jacques Goldman - "Dors bébé dors", 10. Michel Piccoli performance 11. ABBA - "Super trouper" (from 1980 show "Stars") and interview with Frida, Benny & Björn, 12. Groupe ABBACADABRA (4 children) - "L'enfant do" and "Gare au loup", 13. Macha Beranger, 14. Jean Jacques Goldman - "Quand la musique est bonne", 15. end scene. Frida, Benny and Björn are interviewed by Michel Drucker and then meet the children from the French ABBAcadabra who perform "Gare au Loup", the french version of Waterloo and 'Fernando' from ABBAcadabra on stage. Then they exchanged Gold discs with the children. The interview is in french and Frida translated for Benny and Björn. They said that Agnetha had not come because she was afraid of flying! They also said the children worked like professionals. (One of the children, Clémentine Autain, became a communist politician). There was also a circa 3 minutes long look back at ABBA on the French TV show Stars in 1980 when they performed "Super Trouper". Duration: 1:39:02 the whole show.


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