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|Created by||Stone Stanley Entertainment|
|Presented by||Mark Sweet (pilot)
Bob Goen (regular series)
|Narrated by||Jonathan Coleman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||130|
|Running time||30 Minutes|
|Original run||October 5, 1992– December 31, 1993|
Born Lucky is an American television series in which contestants earned mall money and prizes. It was hosted by Bob Goen and announced by Jonathan Coleman. Four contestants competed in a stunt game show taped at various shopping malls for a chance at $2,000 in mall money. The first week's shows of Born Lucky were taped at the Glendale Galleria in California.
Each player had a chance to win up to $100 (in what was referred to as "mall money") in the first round by participating in a stunt, such as trying to follow a sequence of commands, moving an item through a maze using a magnet held in the mouth in 60 seconds, or solving a series of brain teasers. The top two highest scoring players moved onto Round 2. Winners of the stunt also earned a prize. If there was a tie (for last place, or if all tied), each person picked an envelope containing "mall money". The player(s) who picked the most cash went on to round two.
In the second round, the two remaining players bid against each other to see who could accomplish the stunt (à la Name That Tune's Bid-a-Note round). All stunts were played in either a 30, 45, or 60-second time limit. If the person accomplished the stunt before time ran out, he or she won. Otherwise, the opponent moved on.
The winning player then got a chance to win $2,000 by accomplishing a series of 5 additional stunts in 90 seconds. They could pass on only one stunt and if time permitted, they went back to that stunt and he/she had to complete that remaining stunt to win the $2,000 in cash; otherwise, he/she received $100 for each stunt accomplished.
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