Flamingo Fortune

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("Million Dollar") Flamingo Fortune is an American game show for the Florida Lottery that aired from 1995-1999. It was originally produced by Mark Goodson Productions, at the time also producing game shows for state lotteries alongside his regular game shows. After the first five shows, production was transferred to Jonathan Goodson Productions (long discussed as the first solo production for JGP), after All American Television (which acquired Mark Goodson's company a few weeks earlier) spun out their lottery game shows to Mark Goodson's son, Jonathan Goodson. Production would later transfer to Columbia TriStar Television and Game Show Network from 1997 to 1999. The program was taped at Universal Studios Florida near Orlando, Florida.

The show's original announcer was Rich Fields, who also announced on The Price is Right from 2004 to 2010. Rich was the announcer on Flamingo Fortune for three seasons and filled in as host on at least one occasion.

The original hosts were JD Roberto and Heather Alexander, who were replaced after the first season by the team of Michael Young (formerly of the ABC series Kids Are People Too) and Lisa Stahl-Sullivan (a former model on the 1994 syndicated version of The Price is Right).

Rules (1995-1997)

Thirty contestants were in the contestant pool, all selected from those who sent in losing scratch-off lottery tickets. Alexander/Stahl would spin a wheel that was hooked to a randomizer. When the wheel stopped, the player selected would...
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