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Eurovision Song Contest
"Take a step back in time and see what you remember about the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest. If you like the quiz, please rate it - if not, please tell me why. "
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Where was the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest held?
Which country won the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest?
The UK's 1978 entry was a song called "The Bad Old Days". Who sang it?
Cliff Richard and the Shadows
Electric Light Orchestra
A certain amount of political turmoil accompanied the 1978 contest when the outcome became apparent. Which country stopped transmitting the show and instead broadcast a bunch of daffodils?
The current rules stated that each country had to sing in their own official language - but there are a number of countries with more than one official language. How many entries in the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest were sung entirely in French?
One record was set at the contest, which, by 2008, had still not been broken - the number of perfect scores (12s) awarded in a row to a contestant. How many scores of 12 were awarded consecutively?
Two countries returned to Eurovision after staying out for at least one year. Which countries came back?
Turkey and Denmark
Portugal and Switzerland
Greece and Ireland
Austria and Finland
Who were the presenters for the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest?
Evelyne Thomas and Eric Dumont
Denise Fabre and Leon Zitrone
Audrey Pulvar and Guillaume Durand
Jacqueline Joubert and Jean-Luc Lahaye
There's always a halftime - which of the following were part of the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest halftime entertainment?
Twenty countries vied for the 1978 Eurovision Song crown. That means there should have been a 1st position, 2nd position, 3rd etc, all the way to 18th, right? Wrong - or is it? How many countries, if any, tied for position?
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