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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Junior

board game

"Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" is the most successful international television program of all time. Beginning in England in 1998, the show spread to many countries and the franchise is now owned by Sony Pictures Television. A board game based very exactly on the program's method of play appeared in 2000, while the "junior" version appeared soon afterwards, featuring questions designed for younger players.

  • Manufacturer: Pressman
  • Material: printed paper | cardstock | cardboard
  • Style: trivia | gambling
  • Object ID: 113.1707
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