Talk:Eurovision Song Contest 1965
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Hmm 2 things I have noticed whilst going thorugh things onm the score sheet there seems to be no 1 point vote for Belgium (loking at sources all the otehr scores add uo to what they shuld be), and i am getting conflicting data for UK score a coupkle of sources say 25 others say 26. Did Belgium somehow get allowed to give teh 1 point to the UK too? (Note one other source gives mad conflicating data that is defentaly wrong). -fonzy
well acording to this source i have found that has calimed to be veyr thougly checked Belgium awarded 6 to the UK which only suggests that it did btoh award teh 1 point and 5 points. -fonzy
- The scoring procedure was different this year. Every country was only allowed to give 9 points. The song that was awarded the most votes in the jury would get 5, the next 3, and the final song 1. If only 2 countries received votes, the country with the most votes received 6 points, and the other country 3. If only one song received votes, that country got all 9 points.
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I think the phrase nul points merits an article of its own – particularly as it is likely to mystify anyone (specially a French-speaker!) who is unfamiliar with the folklore of the competition. The phrase is, of course, cod-French for "zero points" – but does anyone know who first used it? -- Picapica 19:57, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
As previously set up, the song titles linked only to an external site. There are, however, Wikipedia articles relating to many of these songs. My latest emendation is an attempt to incorporate these internal links as well as those external ones already included. My solution is probably messy and in breach of several Wp style guidelines, but it's a start... - Picapica 21:09, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
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A reliable source has been used to detail the full list of conductors; the cite is reliable enough. However a user is changing the details for the Finland conductor from Ossie Runne to George de Godzinsky. The recent attempt has used Youtube as a source - I'm dubious about Youtube being used as a citation especially with the guidance set out at WP:YOUTUBE which expresses concerns to copyright violations and explicitly states they should not be linked. Unless a different source can be found then I think we should stick with what the current source states. Wesley Mouse 11:57, 17 August 2012 (UTC)
- I've noticed that 4lyrics lists Ossi Runne as the Finnish conductor of 1965. However, in the actual footage of 1965 (Youtube videos are rarely good sources, but I think the actual Eurovision Song Contest footage would be a little different), both the host, Renata Mauro, and the commentator announce the Finnish conductor as 'George de Godzinsky', who was also the Finnish conductor from 1961 until 1964. Diggiloo confirms it to be de Godzinsky as well. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs) 13:00 17 August 2012 (UTC+1)