Friday, July 31, 2015

Langhorne woman wins $25,000 on "Millionaire"

Langhorne’s Carrie Cranmer, who owns dog treat bakery Doggie Deli (19 Donaldson) in Doylestown won $25,000 on Thursday’s episode of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.” (12:30 p.m., 6ABC).

Langhorne woman wins $25,000 on "Millionaire"

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Courtesy of Valleycrest Productions Ltd.
Courtesy of Valleycrest Productions Ltd.

Langhorne’s Carrie Cranmer, who owns dog treat bakery  Doggie Deli (19 Donaldson) in Doylestown won $25,000  on Thursday’s episode of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.” (12:30 p.m., 6ABC).

Cranmer successfully answered the $15,000 question about Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” and after using a lifeline with “Good Morning America” weekend anchor Kate Snow, then asked the audience for help to successfully answer the $25,000 question by saying that  Burt Reynolds was the actor who was featured nude in an April 1972 issue of Cosmopolitan.

On the $50,000 question, “What is the one member of the United Nations whose capital city has a name that begins with the letter Z,” both of Cranmer’s “double-dip” guesses were wrong. The answer was Croatia, whose capital is the city of Zagreb.
 

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