German singer Marianne Rosenberg on the cover of Bravo of 14 October 1976. This week 43 years ago, Germany’s youth read about:
• Eric Faulkner, the secret boss of the Bay City Rollers
• Paul McCartney’s Wings in Germany
• Boney M: The hot voices of “Daddy Cool”
• Queen live in concert
• Marianne Rosenberg talks about her producer, Achim Heider
• Sailor’s triumphant tour of Germany
• Cliff Richard: England’s eternally young superstar
• Overdosing on heroin in Amsterdam
• Bravo visits TV announcer Hanni Vanhaiden
• 15-year-old: Why I am keeping my baby
And here’s Marianne Rosenberg again:
German actress Marianne Koch and he giant phone on the cover of Bravo of 15 October 1960. She later became a medical doctor, but continued acting and appearing on the game show Was bin ich?, Germany’s version of What’s My Line.
French actress Leslie Caron and doggie on a single-page poster in Bravo of 14 October 1956.
A boy dreams of Girls Girls Girls on the cover of Bravo of 11 October 1958. Who can identify the three actresses he’s got in mind?
In its issue of 2 October 1980 Bravo reproduced the cinema programme for the 1956 version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame — or, in German, Der Glöckner of Notre Dame. (Glöckner means bellringer) — starring Anthony Quinn and Gina Lollobrigida.
A drawing of James Dean on a superposter in Bravo of 2 October 1980 to mark the 25th anniversary of his death.
US singer Helen Schneider on the back-page poster of Bravo of 2 October 1980. A singer in the Pat Benatar-vein, she wasn’t as great as she looked, alas. Schneider featured here before.
British heavy metal band Judas Priest on a centre-spread poster in Bravo of 2 October 1980.
Bravo favourite Kristy McNichol and Tatum O’Neal on a superposter in Bravo of 2 October 1980. They were co-stars on the filk Little Darlings, running in Germany as Kleine Biester (Little Beasts).
Actor Robert Urich, star of the new detective show Vega$, on a singlre-page poster in Bravo of 2 October 1980.