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October 17th, 2005 at 09:11pm

Australia’s version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire have just made their first millionare with a question relating to sixites television. The answer “bewitched” is the first one of the selction to be released on television.

They haven’t come back from the ad break to solve the answer yet, but a quick bit of fact checking proves it. Congratulations Channel 9!

Update Here are a couple pictures from the event, I’ll work on the video and get that online ASAP.

Firstly, Rob Fulton just after discovering that he won $1 Million
Millionaire Rob Fulton

Secondly, a picture of Rob and partner Clare, who delayed moving in with each other for a week so that Rob could study for his appearance on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
Rob and Clare

Further Update:
I now have videos of the event online, two copies in fact, the WMV (Windows Video) and the MP4 (MPEG 4). Why two formats I hear you ask, compatibility is the answer, whilst Windows Media Player can play WMV files, a lot of other players can not, and other operating systems often lack the WMV codec. To the same extent, the MP4 codec is fairly universal, even if Windows Media Player can’t seem to play it. Personally I think the MP4 is better quality, so if your computer supports it, then use it, otherwise try the WMV. Both files are approx 10MB (It is video after all, so you can’t expect it to be dial up friendly AND watchable).


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  • 1. John B1_B5  |  October 17th, 2005 at 11:44 pm

    Bout time someone won the million !

  • 2. Samuel  |  October 18th, 2005 at 3:08 am

    Very true. I seem to recall a press release going out a few weeks ago saying that Channel 9 had made a millionaire and that the episode would screen a few weeks later. It would have been nice if I didn’t have that advance warning and it came as a shock, but the press release and a quick bit of research proved it, so the record button was used.

    Australian TV history on this website for all to see.


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