The $128,000 Question (1976–1978)

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Descendant of "The $64,000 Question," contestants who were experts in a particular field answered progressively more-difficult questions in an effort to win $128,000.

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Mike Darrow ...
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Descendant of "The $64,000 Question," contestants who were experts in a particular field answered progressively more-difficult questions in an effort to win $128,000.

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The show that rewards knowledge, not chance

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September 1976 (USA)  »

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In February 1979, Show Biz, Inc., a Nashville-based TV production and syndication company, announced they were going to revive "The $128,000 Question." The show was to be produced by Cinelar Associates, the same production company behind the previous version of "$128,000," in association with Show Biz, who would nationally syndicate this new version. 40 episodes were slated to be taped, but unfortunately, because of lack of interest on prospective stations' part, the project was canceled. If any tapes of "The New $128,000 Question" - as the show was to be called - exist, they were *never* broadcast and were only for promotional use. See more »

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Follows The $64,000 Question (1955) See more »

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The $128,000 Question
by Norman Leyden
Performed by The Charles Randolph Grean Sounde
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It was a fun show
29 December 2003 | by (rich mond hill ontario canada) – See all my reviews

It was a show way ahead of its time-$128,000 is still a lot of money now.

It had a congenial host and a lively cast,not the least of which was the youngest participant ever,one Darren Cudmore from Toronto Canada in 1977 at the tender age of 13.


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