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Family Fortunes

Bob Monkhouse’s next game show after Celebrity Squares’ original four years ended was the UK version of a US Mark Goodson and Bill Todman-produced game show called Family Feud, where each member of a family had to guess the answer to questions that were given in a 100-people survey on an electronic board. It was Bob himself who suggested that the British version be retitled Family Fortunes, as the word ‘feud’ in the title sounded too aggressive. The families were introduced at the start of each show by Andrew Lodge.