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Eurovisie Songfestival '70 (1970)



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Credited cast:
Willy Dobbe Willy Dobbe ... Herself - Host
Stella Maessen Stella Maessen ... Herself - Dutch Entry: 7th Place
Patricia Patricia ... Herself - Dutch Entry: 7th Place
Henri Dès Henri Dès ... Himself - Swiss Entry: 4th Place (as Henry Des)
Gianni Morandi ... Himself - Italian Entry: 8th Place
Eva Srsen Eva Srsen ... Herself - Yugoslavian Entry: 11th Place
Jean Vallée Jean Vallée ... Himself - Belgian Entry: 8th Place
Guy Bonnet Guy Bonnet ... Himself - French Entry: 4th Place
Mary Hopkin Mary Hopkin ... Herself - United Kingdom Entry: 2nd Place
David Alexander Winter David Alexander Winter ... Himself - Luxembourg Entry: 12th Place
Julio Iglesias ... Himself - Spanish Entry: 4th Place
Dominique Dussault Dominique Dussault ... Herself - Monacoan Entry: 8th Place
Katja Ebstein Katja Ebstein ... Herself - German Entry: 3rd Place
Dana ... Herself - Irish Entry: 1st Place
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Augusto Algueró Augusto Algueró ... Himself - Conductor: Spain


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Release Date:

21 March 1970 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Concours eurovision See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


As the previous year there had been four winners, Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands and France, it had to be decided who among these four would be hosting this edition. Since Spain had already hosted the 1969 edition and the UK the 1968 edition, they withdrew from hosting this edition. A coin was tossed to decide between Netherlands and France who would be the host, and luck favored the Netherlands. See more »


Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest (1993) See more »


Wunder gibt es immer wieder
Music by Christian Bruhn
Lyrics by Günter Loose
Performed by Katja Ebstein
Conducted by Christian Bruhn
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18 November 2010 | by mistymountainSee all my reviews

Unfortunately, since there were only 12 countries competing in the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest, The Dutch TV broadcaster, NOS, had to pad out the show by coming up with video postcard introductions for each country participating. This was mainly due to the fact, that a lot of countries were angry that there was a 4-way tie at the previous ESC in 1969, and most of them boycotted the program. Unfortunately, there weren't that many good performances in this show. Ireland's Dana won for her sleepy song, "All Kinds of Everything". Even Spain's Julio Iglesias, who's a GOOD singer, drowned out his sorrows in "Gwendolyne". Obviously, he didn't look too happy to be there, as well as most of the singers there with the exception for Dana, only because she won. Luxembourg's David Alexandre Winter stumbled through his song, which got him in last place with no votes, and Yugoslavia's Eva Srsen looked sleepy singing her song. Some honorable mentions go to Switzerland's Henri Des, with his happy tune, Retour, and Monaco's Dominique Dussault using the stage to play tribute to her favorite actress, Marlene Deitrich, in what else?, "Marlene", or trying to be like her musical idol, Edith Piaf.

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