Season 3 Final Jeopardy! Round clues (77 clues archived)

#678, aired 1987-07-15MYTHS & LEGENDS: In Greek mythology, Zeus turned King Lycaon & his entire family into these animals wolves
#670, aired 1987-07-03MONARCHS: Last 3 reigning monarchs of this European country have all been women the Netherlands
#669, aired 1987-07-02THE BIBLE: Man of Gath whose height was six cubits & a span Goliath (Raphah or Lahmi)
#668, aired 1987-07-01WORD PLAY: "Cruciverbalist" is a 14-letter word for one who constructs these crossword puzzles
#667, aired 1987-06-30ORGANIZATIONS: While Easter Seals is a group in itself, this group sponsors Christmas Seals American Lung Association
#666, aired 1987-06-29N. AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY: Only state east of the Mississippi that borders Canada but not the Atlantic or a Great Lake Vermont
#665, aired 1987-06-26SOUTH AMERICA: 1 of 2 South American countries whose name & capital's name have the same # of letters (1 of) Peru & Paraguay
#664, aired 1987-06-25THE CABINET: 2 of the 4 original cabinet posts, which despite widespread belief, did not include Postmaster General (2 of) Secretary of State, Treasury, War and Attorney General
#663, aired 1987-06-24SCULPTURE: Dedicated in Concord, Mass. in 1875, it was Daniel Chester French's 1st commission The Minuteman
#662, aired 1987-06-23POP MUSIC: Elvis Presley record which held Billboard #1 singles position for 11 weeks, longest in rock era "Hound Dog"/"Don't Be Cruel"
#661, aired 1987-06-22RELIGION: After being a hostage in Lebanon, he became head of the Presbyterian Church (USA) Rev. Benjamin Weir
#660, aired 1987-06-19U.S. GOVERNMENT: He served as Speaker of the House longer than anyone else, almost 17 years Sam Rayburn
#659, aired 1987-06-18BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: "The world's largest art department", with 606 artists, can be found at this company in Kansas City Hallmark
#655, aired 1987-06-12MOVIE CLASSICS: "I cannot live without my life, I cannot die without my soul", are Olivier's last lines in this 1939 film Wuthering Heights
#641, aired 1987-05-25GEOLOGY: 3 of the 5 U.S. states with volcanoes active within the last two centuries (3 of) Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Oregon & California
#640, aired 1987-05-22PRESIDENTS: 1st president who was not born in either the original 13 colonies or the original 13 states Abraham Lincoln (in Kentucky)
#632, aired 1987-05-12THE 1930S: In the '30s, these 2--a little girl & a big ape--were both called "The 8th Wonder of the World" Shirley Temple & King Kong
#623, aired 1987-04-29MOUNTAINS: Rising to 8651 feet, Mount Sinai is the highest point in this country Egypt
#621, aired 1987-04-27CODES OF HONOR: As bushido was to 16th century samurai, this was to 12th century knights chivalry
#620, aired 1987-04-24LONDON: Borough in which Henry VIII was born, they say you can stand in 2 different hemispheres there Greenwich
#619, aired 1987-04-23GAY '90s: By 1897, as many as half of Seattle's police & firemen had left the city to go there the Yukon
#618, aired 1987-04-22THE OSCARS: The last movie in black & white to win Best Picture was this 1960 Billy Wilder film The Apartment
#617, aired 1987-04-21FAMOUS QUOTES: In 1946 in Missouri, Churchill said, "From Stettin... to Trieste," it "has descended across the continent" an Iron Curtain
#607, aired 1987-04-07ISLANDS: It's the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea Sicily
#606, aired 1987-04-06ANIMALS: With a young one valued at $1.4 million, Guinness calls them the most costly zoo animals giant pandas
#596, aired 1987-03-23EDUCATION: The oldest existing public school in the United States opened in 1635 in this city Boston
#593, aired 1987-03-18U.S. CITIES: It's the largest city, by far, with parts on both banks of the Mississippi River New Orleans
#592, aired 1987-03-17FAMOUS MEN: Howard Hughes, Edwin Link & Glen Curtiss are enshrined in the National Hall of Fame honoring this aviation
#591, aired 1987-03-16WORLD POLITICS: This socially conservative European country didn't give women the vote until '71 Switzerland
#590, aired 1987-03-13MONARCHS: This Eng. king who saved his country from conquest & promoted learning is the only 1 called "the Great" Alfred
#589, aired 1987-03-12POP MUSIC: They're the only father-daughter pair to have had Billboard #1 hits both individually & as a duet Frank and Nancy Sinatra
#584, aired 1987-03-05ASIA: This country is the world's most populous monarchy Japan
#581, aired 1987-03-02ISLANDS: Of Canada's 3 largest cities, the one that's on an island Montreal
#571, aired 1987-02-16BODIES OF WATER: Bordering on Mich. & N.Y., these 2 Great Lakes are the only ones to border on 1 state each Lake Huron & Lake Ontario
#570, aired 1987-02-13FAMOUS LASTS: The very last to do this so far was Eugene Cernan walk on the Moon
#564, aired 1987-02-05THE OSCARS: 3 actors, including Kim Hunter & Karl Malden, won Oscars for this film but Brando didn't A Streetcar Named Desire
#562, aired 1987-02-03DEMOCRATS: With 61.32%, he amassed highest percentage of popular vote in any 20th cent. presidential election Lyndon Baines Johnson (in 1964)
#561, aired 1987-02-02ANIMALS: It's believed elephants rarely lived beyond 60, about the age the last of these wear out teeth
#560, aired 1987-01-30U.S. STATES: Number of states whose names end with the same vowel they begin with 4
#559, aired 1987-01-29BRIDGES: It's spanned by the Bridge of the Americas Panama Canal
#550, aired 1987-01-16THE CIVIL WAR: Site of half the major battles, this state is considered the war's chief battleground Virginia
#549, aired 1987-01-15THE OSCARS: It was the first sports film to win Best Picture Rocky
#544, aired 1987-01-08NOBEL PRIZE: The only 2 presidents to win the Nobel Peace Prize, they ran against each other in 1912 Theodore Roosevelt & Woodrow Wilson
#538, aired 1986-12-314-LETTER WORDS: The two 4-letter words found on a U.S. penny, one in English, one not cent & unum
#531, aired 1986-12-22STAMPS & COINS: These people are only exception to the rule "Must be dead 10 years to be on a U.S. stamp" presidents of the United States
#530, aired 1986-12-19BLACK AMERICA: Of the 6 U.S. cities with over a million people, number that currently have Black mayors 4
#528, aired 1986-12-17KID STUFF: In tic-tac-toe, maximum number of X's you can have on the board without winning 5
#524, aired 1986-12-11FLAGS: The only 2 colors on the flag of the USSR, as well as those of the People's Republic of China & Vietnam red & yellow
#523, aired 1986-12-10THE OSCARS: Both "The Color Purple" & this 1977 ballet drama got 11 nominations & no Oscars The Turning Point
#521, aired 1986-12-08NOTORIOUS: The most famous families of Logan County, Virginia & Pike County, Kentucky The Hatfields & the McCoys
#510, aired 1986-11-21U.S. GOVERNMENT: Last year in which we went an entire calendar year without a vice president in office 1964
#509, aired 1986-11-20AGRICULTURE: Of the world's 4 largest countries in area, it has smallest percentage of farmland Canada
#508, aired 1986-11-19MAN IN SPACE: Now seen as a TV spokesman, he was only astronaut to orbit Earth in Mercury, Gemini, & Apollo craft Wally Schirra
#507, aired 1986-11-18U.S. HISTORY: Of 9 "wars" in which the U.S. has been actively involved, these 2 lasted the longest Vietnam and the Revolutionary War
#506, aired 1986-11-17AMERICAN MOUNTAINS: Of the more than 80 U.S. peaks over 14,000' that have names, most are in this state Colorado
#505, aired 1986-11-14HEALTH: Iceland shares the longest average life expectancy of 77 years with this other island country Japan
#504, aired 1986-11-13BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: This company's figures show about 7% of present U.S. work force got its start working for them McDonald's
#503, aired 1986-11-12ANCIENT WONDERS: Of the other 6 wonders, this one was nearest to the only wonder which still exists, the pyramids Pharos (Lighthouse) of Alexandria
#502, aired 1986-11-11BEST SELLERS: In 1985, autobiographies of these 2 men topped hardcover best seller lists Chuck Yeager & Lee Iacocca
#501, aired 1986-11-10ACTORS & ACTRESSES: 2 of 3 performers to win three or more Academy Awards for acting (2 of) Katharine Hepburn, Walter Brennan or Ingrid Bergman
#499, aired 1986-11-06TELEVISION: In 1986, 3 stars of this Emmy winning 1966 comedy series went on a 20th anniversary tour The Monkees
#497, aired 1986-11-04ADVERTISING: In the U.S., more money is spent advertising in this medium than any other newspapers
#496, aired 1986-11-03VICE PRESIDENTS: Last vice president who was not elected, but nominated by the president & confirmed by Congress Nelson Rockefeller
#495, aired 1986-10-31AFRICA: Last 2 countries in world alphabetically; Victoria Falls lies on their mutual border Zambia & Zimbabwe
#484, aired 1986-10-16ACTORS AND ROLES: 2 stars who have portrayed author/reporter Carl Bernstein or a character directly based on him in film Jack Nicholson & Dustin Hoffman
#482, aired 1986-10-14BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: In 1985, this Michigan-based company was the nation's largest single exporter General Motors
#480, aired 1986-10-10THE CIVIL WAR: The southernmost point in the Union was in this state west of the Mississippi California
#478, aired 1986-10-08REPUBLICANS: Born in 1874 during Grant's administration, this President died in 1964 during Johnson's Herbert Hoover
#475, aired 1986-10-03U.S. GOVERNMENT: In 1971, this agency left the Cabinet & became a non-profit corporation the U.S. Postal Service
#471, aired 1986-09-29INVENTIONS: The "gin" in Eli Whitney's cotton gin is a variant of this common English word engine
#469, aired 1986-09-25THE CONSTITUTION: The next amendment to the Constitution will have this number 27
#468, aired 1986-09-24STATE CAPITALS: The 2 New England state capitals that are also their states' most populous cities Boston, MA & Providence, RI
#465, aired 1986-09-19FIRST LADIES: Of all the First Ladies past & present still living, she is the youngest Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
#464, aired 1986-09-18U.S. PRESIDENTS: The number of U.S. presidents in the 20th century to serve out at least 2 full terms 3
#460, aired 1986-09-12THE CALENDAR: Barring the unforeseen, the last presidential election of the 20th century will be held in this year 2000
#459, aired 1986-09-11ACTORS & ROLES: In a 3-year period, 2 actors won Oscars for playing this character in different films The Godfather
#456, aired 1986-09-08BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: World's #1 maker of infant formula, this company does 98.2% of its business outside its home country Nestle
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