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Results: Eurovision Song Contest 1965 – Naples, Italy

Results – Eurovision Song Contest 1965:

Place Country Song title Performer(s) Points
01 Luxembourg Luxembourg (CLT) “Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son” France Gall 032
02 UK United Kingdom (BBC) “I Belong” Kathy Kirby 026
03 France France (ORTF) “N’avoue Jamais” Guy Mardel 022
04 Austria Austria (ORF) “Sag Ihr, Ich Lass’ Sie Grüßen” Udo Jürgens 016
05 Italy Italy (RAI) “Se Piangi, Se Ridi” Bobby Solo 015
06 Ireland Ireland (RÉ) “I’m Walking The Streets In The Rain” Butch Moore 011
07 Denmark Denmark (DR) “For Din Skyld” Birgit Brüel 010
08 Switzerland Switzerland (SSR SRG) “Non à Jamais Sans Toi” Yovanna 008
09 Monaco Monaco (TMC) “Va Dire à L’amour” Marjorie Noël 007
10 Sweden Sweden (SR) “Absent Friend” Ingvar Wixell 006
11 Netherlands The Netherlands (NTS) “Het Is Genoeg” Conny Van den bos 005
12 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (JRT) “Ceznja” Vice Vukov 002
13 Norway Norway (NRK) “Karusell” Kirsti Sparboe 001
13 Portugal Portugal (RTP) “Sol De Inverno” Simone de Oliviera 001
15 Spain Spain (TVE) “Qué Bueno, Qué Bueno” Conchita Bautista 000
15 Germany Germany (ARD) “Paradies, Wo Bist Du?” Ulla Wiesner 000
15 Belgium Belgium (BRT) “Als Het Weer Lente Is” Lize Marke 000
15 Finland Finland (YLE) “Aurinko Laskee Länteen” Viktor Klimenko 000
(Source: eurovision.tv)

The 1965 (10th) Eurovision Song Contest – 18 countries participated:

Debuting country: Other participants: Withdrawing countries:
Ireland Ireland (debut: 1965) Netherlands The Netherlands (debut: 1956) None
Switzerland Switzerland (debut: 1956)
Returning country: Belgium Belgium (debut: 1956)
Sweden Sweden (debut: 1958) Germany Germany (debut: 1956)
France France (debut: 1956)
Luxembourg Luxembourg (debut: 1956)
Italy Italy (debut: 1956)
UK United Kingdom (debut: 1957)
Austria Austria (debut: 1957)
Denmark Denmark (debut: 1957)
Monaco Monaco (debut: 1959)
Norway Norway (debut: 1960)
Spain Spain (debut: 1961)
Finland Finland (debut: 1961)
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (debut: 1961)
Portugal Portugal (debut: 1964)
(Source: en.wikipedia.org)