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On September 24, we met the fourth millionaire Polish version of the program. Jacek Iwaszko took up the question about the beginning of the second millennium, which we wrote about In the article in the section Lekkie naEkranie.pl, making him the fourth original winner Millionaires.
Who wants to be a millionaire?, the original version of the British format, aired on ITV from 1998 to 2014 and returned since May 2018. Since the program premiered 23 years ago, local versions have appeared in more than 100 countries around the world, and a movie has been made based on the game show – Slumdog. Millionaire from the street (which was honored with 8 Oscars), and one of the show’s participants, after discovering an attempted fraud, was convicted by a British court of conspiracy and attempted extortion of £1m.
Millionaires – How many people answered the last question?
The data that can be found on the Internet says about 327 people who were able to answer the last question in the game show. There were 13 victories in the US, 6 in the UK, 19 in Denmark, and 27 in Austria, although it wasn’t always the €1 million prize, and celebrity episodes were also included. Among the 38 wins in the Japanese version of the show, Mana Ashida, who was 8 and 6 months old in the popular children’s version, answered all the questions and won the first prize of 1,000,000 yen.
Now is the time to test your skills. In the gallery below, you will find selected questions on a million questions from different countries of the world. How many of them will you be able to answer?
Millionaires – Questions for the “million” in the world
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