Author Topic: As you would imagine a version of TPIR in countries where there is no?  (Read 3142 times)

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El Salvador: American set with cheap budget and 1989 UK SKY One showcase style with ranges between US$250-US$1000 distributed in nine cards.
Luxembourg: As RTL, owner of FremantleMedia headquarters are there, Would use the Bruce's Price is Right set, props and showcase format in a videowall with a plunger along with US music cues, including the 1976 Come on Down like many european versions.
South Korea: Would like Bruce's Price is Right with a oriental twist.

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Umm... can you explain what's going on here?
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He's speculating what TPIR would be like in countries that, to date, have not had a version of their own.

The actual retail price is...

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North Korea: Some dark place somewhere with pictures of the leader, no matter what your guess is, it's either right/wrong as determined by the people in charge, not by if it is actually right or wrong, and the audience is silent during the entire taping (unless told to speak).
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China: The price is wrong. Duh.
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Canada: Similar to the US format, except for Cheque Game, and the possibility of playing Credit Card for tickets to the five Toronto sports teams. Also, trips to Cuba.

... perhaps I've said too much...

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North Korea: Some dark place somewhere with pictures of the leader, no matter what your guess is, it's either right/wrong as determined by the people in charge, not by if it is actually right or wrong, and the audience is silent during the entire taping (unless told to speak).

Fun fact:  Kim Jong Il once spun a dollar on the wheel 57 times in a row.
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Fun fact:  Kim Jong Il once spun a dollar on the wheel 57 times in a row.

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Re: As you would imagine a version of TPIR in countries where there is no?
« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2014, 04:08:59 PM »
Egypt: American set with UK Showcase format. Ranges 1,000 to 10,000

Greece: (2013 Version): 2009 French set with UK Showcase format. Ranges 250 to 1500 if never played for a car. 500 3000 if played for a car.

Sweden: There own Set with UK Showcase format. Ranges 2500 to 10000

Ukraine: Russian set With UK Showcase format.

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Re: As you would imagine a version of TPIR in countries where there is no?
« Reply #9 on: January 01, 2014, 05:29:16 PM »
Uh...no.

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