Date: 1 August 1984
Originally published in: [unknown] (Portugal)
There is no doubt that body culture is on the agenda. Everywhere, cinema, television, theater and varieties try to witness – within their own ways of representing real life – this surge of interest in physics. The great screen’s successes show actors and actresses with slender bodies, good dancers. Television is occupied by an increasing number of hours with issues about gymnastics and dances. The theater varieties show performers in good shape. They all seem to have abolished cellulite and “tires”.
In order to give an idea an insight into this perspective, the broadcaster decided to bring together in Baleares – the Spanish tourist islands – some of the most famous and highest paid names in its country for a “music-hall” program, entitled “Passport” to the shape “. And there appear Arnaud de Ronnay, Catherine Leprince, Sheila, Sidne Rome, Catherine Leprince, Catherine Alric. But, not only people from the artistic world, the presence of Loic Péron, a navigator of Philippe Foulkquir and a marathoner, is proved.
As can be seen from the photographs we publish on these pages, the program has lived through body movements, choreography. And, also, of the beautiful faces of the beautiful women, like Kim Wilde, one of the most popular Anglo-Saxon singers of today.
This broadcast by the first French TV channel was produced by Annette Knappen and Catherine Barma. Directed by Mathias Ledoux. The scenery is natural and is located in Porto Petro.