Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The old parlor game "Twenty Questions" (Is it bigger than a breadbox? Smaller than a house?) has been adapted to TV and radio numerous times on both sides of the Atlantic. The first important British media version of Twenty Questions proved to be one of the BBC's most popular programs of the 1950s. This adaptation was transferred bag and baggage to television in 1960, not by the BBC but on rival network Associated Rediffusion. Curiously, this TV edition of Twenty Questions lasted but a single season.