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Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

Merja Rantamäki - "Lintu ja lapsi" finish version of "L´oiseau et l´enfant", the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 from France by Marie Myriam and "Oon tyttö maalta" finish version of "Une petite francaise", the entry from Monaco by Michèle Torr

Merja Rantamäki - "Lintu ja lapsi" finish version of "L´oiseau et l´enfant", the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 from France by Marie Myriam and "Oon tyttö maalta" finish version of "Une petite francaise", the entry from Monaco by Michèle Torr

Eurovision Song Contest 1977 : Marie Myriam

Eurovision Song Contest 1977 : Marie Myriam

Eurovision Song Contest 1977 - Forbes - "Beatles" - Sweden - 2 points - 18th place

Eurovision Song Contest 1977 - Forbes - "Beatles" - Sweden - 2 points - 18th place

Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

Eurovision Song Contest 1977: presenter Angela Rippon

[22] The Eurovision Song Contest 1977 was the 22nd contest, and was held on 7 May 1977 in London. With Angela Rippon as the presenter, the contest was won by Marie Myriam who represented France, with her song "L'oiseau et l'enfant" (The Bird and the Child). This was France's fifth victory, a record, which was equalled by Luxembourg in 1983, the United Kingdom in 1997, and most recently Sweden in 2012.

[22] The Eurovision Song Contest 1977 was the 22nd contest, and was held on 7 May 1977 in London. With Angela Rippon as the presenter, the contest was won by Marie Myriam who represented France, with her song "L'oiseau et l'enfant" (The Bird and the Child). This was France's fifth victory, a record, which was equalled by Luxembourg in 1983, the United Kingdom in 1997, and most recently Sweden in 2012.

Small Town Singers - "Äntligen har jag kommit hem", swedish version of "De mallemolen", the dutch entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 by Heddy Lester

Small Town Singers - "Äntligen har jag kommit hem", swedish version of "De mallemolen", the dutch entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 by Heddy Lester

Grupo Musica - "No teu mundo", polish version of "De mallemolen", the dutch entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 by Heddy Lester

Grupo Musica - "Swiss Lady", polish version of the swiss entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 by Pepe Lienhard Band

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