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In order to get even with the pompous president of a soap company, an eccentric genius goes on his quiz show in order to bankrupt his company.
In 1950 it was common to have the TV in the windows of shop, turned on and it's sound transmitted outside the shop via speakers. Not a lot of TV's were in homes and it was not uncommon to see crowds packed in front of TV stores watching Uncle Miltie and other popular shows at the time.
I now believe that we have a Frankenstein on our hands, and a very well-informed Frankenstein. He must be stopped!
The quiz program is shown as a TV show complete with cameras on set but is sometimes referred to as a radio show, so it must be broadcast simultaneously on both media.
Opening and closing credits run against a background of champagne bubbles.
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