Under the Boardwalk
The Monopoly Story

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Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story
For 80 years, the game of MONOPOLY has brought friends and families together on countless occasions and created millions of memories. "Under the Boardwalk: The MONOPOLY Story" captures how the…
Under the Boardwalk: Blooper Reel
This is a short compilation of some bloopers during our recording session with "Under the Boardwalk" narrator Zachary Levi.

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Kevin

As a kid growing up, MONOPOLY was a game that always present in my house. It’s probably one of the first games that I played in which I had to handle cash as well as have to negotiate trades with my opponents. By the time I was 12, I could no longer get my family to play with me as they ...Read more

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