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Eurovision Song Contest 1965

Regia di ROMOLO SIENA Allestimento scenografico di FRANCESCO DE MARTINO Luci di GUIDO CARACCIOLO Assistente alla regia ELENA AMICUCCI Assistente di studio MARCELLO SABETTI Capo stuadra tecnica ANGELO FONTANA Prima controllo camere GUSTAVO GALLARATO Capo tecnico audio CIRO PALLONETTO Cameramen ADOLFO BOTTA, SERGIO FREISSENET, ENRICO LANDINI, FLORIDO VARZI ________________________________ Kathy Kirby

Source Screenshot of the Eurovision Song Contest 1965
Author RAI
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