A mishap in the program “Millionaires”. The coach dropped out on asking about Rambo

From time to time, special episodes of the “Milionerzy” program are broadcast, in which famous people take part. The money won is donated to a charity. This time, the British version of the show faced Harry Redknapp, former coach of such teams as AFC Bournemouth, West Ham United, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Redknapp answered questions and he got it for a thousand pounds. He had to face the movie category. “Who played Vietnam veteran John Rambo in five action movies?” host Jeremy Clarkson read the question.

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“Millionaires”. Harry Redknapp was eliminated from the program on a question about Rambo

Harry Redknapp had to choose from four variants. A – Mel Gibson, B – Arnold Schawrzenegger, C – Bruce Willis, D – Sylvester Stallone.

The former coach said the last time he was at the cinema was when he was 17 years old. Together with his current wife, he watched the film “Doctor Zhivago”. As for the answer to the question on the “Millionaires” program, he initially pondered between Gibson and Willis.

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“I’m sure it’s Bruce Willis … 50/50? I don’t think it’s Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger. I think it’s Bruce Willis, but I don’t want to come by at this stage,” he said.

The facilitator suggested to Redknapp to take a lifebuoy. This one decided to take 50/50. So there were two answers left: Willis and Stallone.

The former coach chose Willis. This was a mistake, as the correct answer was, of course, Stallone. Harry Redknapp ultimately won nothing. However, he announced that he would transfer 5,000. pounds to the Dream Factory Foundation.

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