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Eurovision 1967


Vienna, Austria

The Eurovision Song Contest 1967 was the twelfth Eurovision Song Contest. The presenter became confu
Austrian Television (ORF) honors the Eurovision song contest to be organized in the magnificent imperial palace in winter HOFBURG in Vienna. In 1967 we had two significant events. The first is to change the vote. The EBU has decided to restore the system in force from 1957 to 1961. In other words, the committees of each country consisted of ten members who were only entitled to one vote for a song. The total votes of the members were given a final vote of each country. The only difference in the composition of committees, which should consist of 50% of members under the age of 30. The second was the end of Denmark's participation. The Danish TV did not send song in 1967 and "shunned" the contest for ten years until 1978 where he decides to return to the magical night of Eurovision!

The contest starts, the Udo Jurgens led the orchestra in the sounds of "Merci Cherie", and then the presenter Erika Vaal, addressed the welcoming in six different languages (German, English, French, Italian, Spanish and Russian)!
The United Kingdom after five second places (1959, 1960, 1961, 1964 and 1965) will finally get the first place without any difficulty, with SANDY SHAW and "PUPPET ON A STRING" which became an international success. In 1967, an unknown Greek singing for Luxembourg "L'AMOUR EST BLEU". This is for Vicky Leandros which is a great interpretation in Eurovision enter international career and become known in Greece and Europe!

The voting process was one of the most chaotic in the history of the competition with a lot of mistakes being made in both the table record and the presenter.


Netherlands flagNetherlands-1967-Ring-dinge-ding
Stage Appearance:1
Position:14
Points:2
Artist:Thérèse Steinmetz

Luxembourg flagLuxembourg-1967-L'amour est bleu
Stage Appearance:2
Position:4
Points:17
Artist:Vicky Leandrou

Austria flagAustria-1967-Warum es hunderttausend Sterne gibt
Stage Appearance:3
Position:12
Points:4
Artist:Peter Horten

France flagFrance-1967-Il doit faire beau là-bas
Stage Appearance:4
Position:3
Points:20
Artist:Noëlle Cordier

Portugal flagPortugal-1967-O vento mudou
Stage Appearance:5
Position:12
Points:3
Artist:Eduardo Nascimento

Switzerland flagSwitzerland-1967-Quel
Stage Appearance:6
Position:17
Points:0
Artist:Géraldine

Sweden flagSweden-1967-Som en dröm
Stage Appearance:7
Position:8
Points:7
Artist:Östen Warnerbring

Finland flagFinland-1967-Varjoon-suojaan
Stage Appearance:8
Position:12
Points:3
Artist:Fredi

Germany flagGermany-1967-Anouschka
Stage Appearance:9
Position:8
Points:7
Artist:Inge Brück

Belgium flagBelgium-1967-Ik heb zorgen
Stage Appearance:10
Position:7
Points:8
Artist:Louis Neefs

United-Kingdom flagUnited-Kingdom-1967-Puppet on a string
Stage Appearance:11
Position:1
Points:47
Artist:Sandie Shaw

Spain flagSpain-1967-Hablemos del amor
Stage Appearance:12
Position:6
Points:9
Artist:Raphael

Norway flagNorway-1967-Dukkemann
Stage Appearance:13
Position:14
Points:2
Artist:Kirsti Sparboe

Monaco flagMonaco-1967-Boum-badaboum
Stage Appearance:14
Position:5
Points:10
Artist:Minouche Barelli

Yugoslavia flagYugoslavia-1967-Vse rože sveta
Stage Appearance:15
Position:8
Points:7
Artist:Lado Leskovar

Italy flagItaly-1967-Non andare più lontano
Stage Appearance:16
Position:11
Points:4
Artist:Claudio Villa

Ireland flagIreland-1967-If I could choose
Stage Appearance:17
Position:2
Points:22
Artist:Sean Dunphy