Compilation video released by WCW that covers the Millionaire's Club versus New Blood feud.
A young waitress falls for the son of a railroad tycoon, and finds herself hobnobbing with the rich when he invites her to spend some time with he and his family in Palm Springs.
Calle Lundgren is a shop assistant and spends most days as errand boy for Nisse and flirting with the ladies, especially a girl called Amanda. One day Calle read in the newspaper that he is the sole heir to a Swedish American millionaire who has just died.
A comedy about a millionaire who pretends to be not a millionaire...
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? was a South African game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show was hosted by Jeremy Maggs. The main goal of the game was to win 1 million rand by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were three lifelines - 50:50, Phone a Friend and Ask the Audience. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? was shown on the South African TV station SABC3. When a contestant got the fifth question correct, he left with at least 1,000 rand. When a contestant got the tenth question correct, he left with at least 32,000 rand. Four seasons of the show were made. There was a project of making this show in Afrikaans, but it wasn't realised. David Paterson was the only million rand winner, on 19 March 2000. He was also the first winner outside of the United States.
Homemade Millionaire is a reality television series featuring aspiring inventors and entrepreneurs drawn from public auditions. Each week, three entrepreneurs and their products are tested and advised by coaches Ed Evangelista or Wendy Robbins as they pitch their product to the executives of Home Shopping Network in New York. One product each week is selected to be featured and sold on the network, which gains the inventors exposure, professional product guidance, and potential sales to over 90 million HSN customers.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Hot Seat was an Indonesian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. It was broadcast by RCTI from Monday, September 13, 2010 at 17.30. The host was Ferdi Hasan. Despite its name, the top prize was a quarter of billion Indonesian rupiah, however since September 19, the top prize was increased to half a billion rupiahs, and the money tree was changed. It can be earned by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. The only lifeline was pass. October 31, 2010 was the last day the show aired on RCTI, fueling rumors of cancellation. Unlike the previous 2 'classic' Millionaire ever aired in Indonesia, this time the format used is the Hot Seat format, similar to the Australian version. Several of the first 5 questions usually have 3 joke answers and 1 correct answer.
Hey You Millionaires was a Los Angeles based sketch comedy trio composed of James Asmus, John Bohan, and Jim Fath. Though all three members are originally from Cleveland, Ohio the group formed in Chicago in 2004. They've appeared on the cover of Fortune Magazine, CNN.com, were twice voted "Best Sketch Group" in the "Best of Chicago" Chicago Reader Poll.. As of 2011 the group is on indefinite hiatus.
¿Quién quiere ser millonario? is a Panamanian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show is hosted by Atenógenes Rodríguez. The main goal of the game is to win US$100,000 by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There are three lifelines - fifty fifty, phone a friend and ask the audience. ¿Quién quiere ser millonario? is broadcast from 2009 to today. It is shown on the Panamanian TV station Telemetro. When a contestant gets the fifth question correct, he leaves with at least $1,000. When a contestant gets the tenth question correct, he leaves with at least $8,000.