Fun House (1989–1999)

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TV game show for kids. 2 teams compete against each other for the chance to enter the final game, the funhouse, where they collect prizes on the way through.

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TV game show for kids. 2 teams compete against each other for the chance to enter the final game, the funhouse, where they collect prizes on the way through.

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Brilliant TV show for kids!!
21 July 2005 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

"'Fun House, it's a whole lot of fun, with prizes to be won, It's a real crazy show where anything can go!' Pat Sharp with the aid of two blonde twins Mel and Martina host this well, fun, children's game show. The show was originally American format and was shown on ITV in the early 90's.

Pat guides two teams of two children, normally from the same school, into the first few, typically children's quiz rounds, where the team members take it in turns to answer questions and avoid getting covered in gunge.

Then in the next round, the teams compete in the fun house grand prix where they race around the fun house set picking up bonus points. The team which has picked up the most points from all the rounds, then goes on to the best round...the fun house itself! The kids then take it in turns, in the given three minutes, to race around the fun-house and pick up as many prize cards as they can, and bring them back to Pat. One of the prize cards is the power prize which is the super duper best prize in the game, although the contestants don't know which card it is, or where it is. (Although we do at home.) When they pick the card up they hear a cuckoo! Very fun children's game show!" The Editor


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