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The Eurovision Song Contest (1983)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Marlène Charell Marlène Charell ... Self - Host
Corinne Hermès Corinne Hermès ... Self - Luxembourg Entry: Winner (as Corinne Hermes)
Ofra Haza ... Self - Israeli Entry: 2nd Place
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Çetin Alp Çetin Alp ... Self - Turkish Entry: 19th Place
Remedios Amaya Remedios Amaya ... Self - Spanish Entry: 20th Place
Luc Appermont Luc Appermont ... Self - Belgian Commentator: Dutch Speaking Region (voice)
Ami Aspelund Ami Aspelund ... Self - Finnish Entry: 11th Place
Eleonora Barudzija Eleonora Barudzija ... Self - Yugoslavian Backing Vocal
Izolda Barudzija Izolda Barudzija ... Self - Yugoslavian Backing Vocal
Bernadette Bernadette ... Self - Dutch Entry: 7th Place
Michel Bernholc Michel Bernholc ... Self - Conductor: Luxembourg
Colin Berry Colin Berry ... Self - UK Vote Presenter (voice)
Guy Bonnet Guy Bonnet ... Self - French Entry: 8th Place
Allan Botschinsky Allan Botschinsky ... Self - Conductor: Denmark
Nansi Brandes Nansi Brandes ... Self - Conductor: Israel (as Silviu Nansi Brandes)
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Trivia

Spanish singer Remedios Amaya was to appear onstage wearing a black dress with golden sequins. As this dress was too similar to the stage background, also black with golden sparking little bulbs, the organizers asked her to wear a different dress, because cameras of the time could barely distinguish her from the background. She was forced to wear the same dress she used in the video-clip for the song, a striped dress in white, light blue and electric blue. As she didn't have any matching shoes for that dress, she had to perform barefoot. See more »

Connections

Followed by Eurovision Song Contest 1984 (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Fantasiaa
Written by Kari Kuusamo and Kaisu Liuhala
Performed by Ami Aspelund
Conducted by Ossi Runne
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Official Sites:

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Country:

West Germany

Release Date:

23 April 1983 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Festival de Eurovisión 1983 See more »

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