French chanson singer Michel Polnareff on a centrespread poster in Bravo in April 1967. Having opened for the Beach Boys on their French tour 1967, he next supported Marianne Faithfull on her German tour. In 1968 he took part in the student protests.
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich on a poster in Bravo of 27 March 1967.
Actoir Lex Barker, famous for his roles as Tarzan and as Old Shatterhand in the Winnetou movies, on the back-page poster of Bravo of 20 February 1967. Sometimes Germany’s youth just wanted its dad on their walls.
Singer-actor Rex Gildo features on the cover of Bravo of 20 February 1967.
German actress Elke Sommer on the back-page poster of Bravo of 29 January 1968. According to Bravo, the key she is holding is that of her new Hollywood mansion worth 650,000 DM (1,2 million Euros in today’s value)
The Small Faces on the back-page poster of Bravo 4 December 1967. With all that smoking, imagine how they stank! Their hit at the time was “Itchycoo Park”. Bravo speculated that they might be the shortest “beat group” in the world.
Israeli duo Ester & Abi Ofarim feature on the cover of Bravo 4 December 1967. The back-page poster from that issue follows tomorrow.
French singer Mireille Mathieu on a “Star of the Month” calendar poster in Bravo of 27 November 1967. Could a photo be more 1960s?
German actress Eva Renzi on the back-page poster of Bravo of 30 October 1967. She had made it to Hollywood and was filming The Pink Jungle with James Garner and George Kennedy, directed by Delbert Mann.
Renzi, mother of the German actress Anouschka Renzi (mentioned in the caption), caused a controversy in 1983 when she called Germany’s president Karl Carstens “an old Nazi”. Which was true. Renzi died of lung cancer at age 60 in 2005.
German actor Horst Buchholz, one of the Magnificent Seven, on the cover of Bravo of 30 October 1967.