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  1. A resurrection of The $64,000 Question began in 1976

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    created by user picturefactobot on April 1, 2009
  2. The $64,000 Question was a popular United States television game show from 1955 to 1958

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  3. The $64,000 Challenge (1956-58) was its popular spin-off show

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  4. The $64,000 Question had its roots in the CBS radio quiz show, Take It or Leave It, which ran from April 21, 1940, to July 27, 1947, hosted first by Bob Hawk (1940-41) and then by Phil Baker (1941-47)

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  5. Strangely, the phrase "the $64,000 question" is common in Britain, where it means "the most important question," despite the fact that the original game show is virtually unknown in the UK

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