Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (302 results returned)

#8510, aired 2021-11-12DISNEY+ $400: Take a fly-through of "Star Wars" vehicles like this iconic ship. "You're all clear, kid!"; now let's respond correctly and go home the Millennium Falcon
#8492, aired 2021-10-19MONOPOLY: SPECIAL EDITIONS $800: Players need to protect "Baby Yoda" from imperial enemies in Monopoly "Star Wars" this edition The Mandalorian
#8472, aired 2021-09-21MOVIE SERIES BY SEQUEL $400: "The Force Awakens" Star Wars
#8452, aired 2021-07-27LISTEN UP! $1000: Known for its use in "Star Wars" films, this "scream" wasn't named for a kaiser but for a 1953 film character who got an arrow in the leg Wilhelm (the Wilhelm scream)
#8450, aired 2021-07-23LOST VOICES $2000: All of David Prowse's lines in "Star Wars" were redubbed by this actor James Earl Jones
#8442, aired 2021-07-13YOU CAN'T $200: ...buy more of the golden Kellogg's cereal named for this "Star Wars" droid; it was discontinued years ago C-3PO
#8393, aired 2021-05-05DEMONYMS $400: A Haligonian isn't a "Star Wars" TV character, it's a native of this capital of a Canadian province Halifax
#8343, aired 2021-02-24MOVIES $400: In 2019 the "Star Wars" saga came to a close with "Episode IX", the "Rise of" this name Skywalker
#8294, aired 2020-12-03DOLL "R"s $200: Kenner's "Star Wars" action figures have included this droid complete with pop-up lightsaber R2-D2
#8278, aired 2020-11-11HE SCORES! $200: This onetime Boston Pops conductor is even better known for his scores for the "Star Wars" & "Indiana Jones" film series John Williams
#8251, aired 2020-10-05TV ANIMALS $600: This Insult Comic Dog, to guys waiting in line for a "Star Wars" pic: "How do you explain this to your imaginary girlfriend?" Triumph
#8235, aired 2020-06-12PLAYING THE VILLAIN $1200: Played with cackling excellence by Ian McDiarmid, this character returned from the dead in "Star Wars: Episode IX" Emperor Palpatine
#8205, aired 2020-04-17POP CULTURE $1600: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run is one of the attractions at the Disneyland area called Star Wars: these 2 words Galaxy's Edge
#8202, aired 2020-04-14SECOND... $800: ...by release date in "Star Wars" movies The Empire Strikes Back
#8142, aired 2020-01-21SPACED-OUT POP CULTURE $800: The start of the 1977 "Star Wars" movie informed us it all happened "a long time ago in" this place "a galaxy far, far away"
#8132, aired 2020-01-07CLASSIC MOVIES & TV $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) I can't believe I'm holding the lightsaber used by this man playing Luke Skywalker in 1977's "Star Wars"--it would be even cooler with the blue light and sound effects Mark Hamill
#1, aired 2020-01-07DANCING WITH THE CZARS $1200: As czar from 1547 to 1584, he waged drawn-out wars against Sweden & Poland & also against the nobility of his own country Ivan the Terrible
#8088, aired 2019-11-06THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT! $400: The only actor to perform in all the "Star Wars" movies is Anthony Daniels, who plays this character C-3PO
#8076, aired 2019-10-21GAME OF CLONES $800: This man returned to the "Star Wars" universe in animated form, voicing Mace Windu in "The Clone Wars" Samuel L. Jackson
#8071, aired 2019-10-14& CARRIE $200: "Star Wars" fans were crushed by her 2016 passing, followed a day later by her mother's Carrie Fisher
#7994, aired 2019-05-16"NEW" ENTERTAINMENT $1200: An April 1981 theatrical rerelease added this 3-word subtitle to the opening crawl A New Hope
#7986, aired 2019-05-06INITIALLY YOURS $200: He directed "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" & "Star Trek Into Darkness" J.J. Abrams
#7960, aired 2019-03-29SCI-FI TRANSPORTS $800: Slave I was the spaceship used by this notorious bounty hunter in the "Star Wars" universe (Boba) Fett
#7934, aired 2019-02-21RECENT CINEMA $200: Joonas Suotamo stepped into Peter Mayhew's large, large shoes to play this hairy fella in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" Chewbacca
#7909, aired 2019-01-17GENERATION "Y" $800: The OED added the name of this "Star Wars" character in 2016 Yoda
#7897, aired 2019-01-01THE MOVIES $1600: "The Phantom Menace" is "Star Wars: Episode I"; this film is about '50s fashion designer Reynolds Woodcock Phantom Thread
#7870, aired 2018-11-23THE DAYTIME EMMYS $200: In 2013 George Lucas said the Emmy for a cartoon based on this film series was the 2nd award he'd ever won Star Wars
#7841, aired 2018-10-15WHICH STAR WARS? $200: Obi-Wan sacrifices himself in a duel A New Hope
#7841, aired 2018-10-15WHICH STAR WARS? $400: Kylo Ren commits patricide The Force Awakens
#7841, aired 2018-10-15WHICH STAR WARS? $600: Chewie roasts some porg The Last Jedi
#7841, aired 2018-10-15WHICH STAR WARS? $800: Qui-Gon makes the mistake of saving Jar Jar The Phantom Menace
#7841, aired 2018-10-15WHICH STAR WARS? $1000: Young Anakin is assigned to protect Padme Attack of the Clones
#7822, aired 2018-09-18WHAT'S THAT ON YOUR SHELF? $200: You have a "Star Wars" version of this classic board game?! Look, Hoth & Bespin are on either side of the Jail space! Monopoly
#7810, aired 2018-07-20GET ME REWRITE! $600: You can still view a trailer online for the third "Star Wars" film when this edgier word was in the title, not "return" revenge
#7801, aired 2018-07-09POP CULTURE STUPID ANSWERS $400: Carrie Fisher auditioned for "Star Wars" & this horror film at the same time--the 2 directors were in the same room Carrie
#7790, aired 2018-06-22THE REAL GAME OF THRONES $400: George R.R. Martin said the Wars of the Roses inspired "Game of Thrones"--the Lannisters & Starks fit these 2 families York and Lancaster
#7781, aired 2018-06-11SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY BOOKS $400: The technology of a galaxy far, far away is the subject of Patrick Johnson's "The Physics of" this film series Star Wars
#7733, aired 2018-04-04HOTELS & MOTELS $400: The Tunisian locale seen here was featured in this film series--& you can stay there Star Wars
#7725, aired 2018-03-23DISNEYLAND: YESTERDAY & TODAY $800: To honor "Star Wars", Disneyland added this 5-letter word to the front of its Space Mountain ride hyper
#7668, aired 2018-01-03WAIT WATCHERS $200: On Dec. 5, 2015 throngs began lining up for this J.J. Abrams "Star Wars" flick, 12 days before it opened The Force Awakens
#7657, aired 2017-12-19"HOPE"FUL ENTERTAINMENT $400: It's the subtitle to "Star Wars" Part IV, which is kinda Part I 'cause it was the first one made... my head hurts A New Hope
#7624, aired 2017-11-02ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT TRAVELS THROUGH TIME $200: (Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier of Entertainment Tonight present the clue.) (Kevin) Studio execs are scratching their heads as this sleeper sci-fi movie is overshadowing "The Other Side of Midnight" as the summer hit of 1977 (Nancy) It opened at Mann's Chinese Theater just before Memorial Day weekend & it's looking like a blockbuster Star Wars
#7558, aired 2017-06-21CELEBRATIONS OF THE MONTH $4,600 (Daily Double): National Nurses Day & Star Wars Day May
#7557, aired 2017-06-20RETURN TO THE MOVIES $400: It's the subtitle of "Star Wars" Episode VI Return of the Jedi
#7545, aired 2017-06-02CELEBRITY MEMOIRS $400: In "The Princess Diarist", this late star revealed that she & Harrison Ford had an affair while making "Star Wars" Carrie Fisher
#7482, aired 2017-03-07BOX OFFICE CHAMPS OF THE DECADE $400: The 1970s: starring Mark Hamill, Alec Guinness Star Wars
#7450, aired 2017-01-20"P"s AND "Q"s $800: What "The Phantom Menace" is to the original "Star Wars" movie a prequel
#7446, aired 2017-01-16A MOVIE TO DIE FOR $400: In a 2015 film his estranged son unmasks, then impales him & says "Thank you" before Chewie gets off a few shots Han Solo
#7376, aired 2016-10-10CARRIE-OKE $800: This actress sang a song about Life Day, "a day of peace", in the 1978 "Star Wars Holiday Special" Carrie Fisher
#7356, aired 2016-09-12COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS LINE $400: "Hey, Luke, may the ____ be with you" Force
#7356, aired 2016-09-12COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS LINE $800: "Hokey religions & ancient weapons are no match for a good ____ at your side" blaster
#7356, aired 2016-09-12COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS LINE $1200: "Let the ____ win" Wookiee
#7356, aired 2016-09-12COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS LINE $1600: "That's no moon, it's a ____ ____" space station
#7356, aired 2016-09-12COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS LINE $2000: "Aren't you a little short for a ____" stormtrooper
#7354, aired 2016-07-28SOUNDS LIKE A STAR WARS CHARACTER $200: Author of "Acts of the Apostles" Luke
#7354, aired 2016-07-28SOUNDS LIKE A STAR WARS CHARACTER $400: Something requiring extra mastication, like bubble gum chewy
#7354, aired 2016-07-28SOUNDS LIKE A STAR WARS CHARACTER $800: "Village Voice" off-Broadway awards for the pale? the Obie-wan
#7354, aired 2016-07-28SOUNDS LIKE A STAR WARS CHARACTER $1000: Of the 7 hills of Rome, the one where Romulus & Remus were found the Palatine
#7354, aired 2016-07-28SOUNDS LIKE A STAR WARS CHARACTER $1,000 (Daily Double): River, people or dynasty of China Han
#7284, aired 2016-04-21MOVIES' VILLAINS $400: Non-spoiler alert! Kylo Ren is the bad guy Star Wars Episode VII
#7218, aired 2016-01-20THE WORLD ALMANAC 2016 EDITION $400: Within 24 hours of its Oct. 19, 2015 release, the trailer for this "Star Wars" film was viewed more than 112 mil. times The Force Awakens
#7182, aired 2015-12-01WARS $800: The first of the wars named for these locals started in New Zealand in 1845 Maori
#7173, aired 2015-11-18VIDEO GAME VILLAINS $400: In "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic", the Sith lord Malak gets this 5-letter title in front of his name Darth
#7119, aired 2015-07-23FILM FRANCHISES $400: This actor was injured by his own ship, the Millennium Falcon, while filming "Star Wars: Episode VII" (Harrison) Ford
#7045, aired 2015-04-10SHOWBIZ ALTER EGOS $1200: At a "Star Wars" event, this Robert Smigel-voiced dog asked a man, "How do you explain this to your imaginary girlfriend?" Triumph (the Insult Comic Dog)
#6976, aired 2015-01-05CINEMATIC NIGHT SPOTS $400: The Mos Eisley Cantina Star Wars
#6935, aired 2014-11-07A TOP 10 HIT TWICE $200: "Star Wars Theme": Meco & this composer of the theme, both in 1977 John Williams
#6934, aired 2014-11-06ENTERTAINMENT: FIVE RHYMES $1600: Mos Eisley in "Star Wars" was called a "wretched" this "of scum and villainy" hive
#6792, aired 2014-03-11GUINNESS RECORDS 2014 $2000: Steve Sansweet, owner of a 300,000-item "Star Wars" collection, got a job at this company now part of Disney Lucasfilm
#6774, aired 2014-02-13VIDEO GAME VAULT $200: Play this movie series' "Clone Wars Adventures" game & get some experience with lightsabers Star Wars
#6730, aired 2013-12-13THE MOVIE IS COMPLIMENTARY $200: 1977: "The Force is strong with this one" Star Wars
#6721, aired 2013-12-02ALPHANUMERIC STUFF $200: His (its?) entry at starwars.com says "astromech hero", "saver of the day" & "plucky droid" R2-D2
#6678, aired 2013-10-02ROBOTS $400: Anthony Daniels & Kenny Baker, who played these 2 robots, are the only actors to appear in all 6 "Star Wars" films R2-D2 & C-3PO
#6602, aired 2013-05-07GEORGE TOWN $200: A building at USC's Cinematic Arts Complex is named for this "Star Wars" filmmaker, a USC alumnus George Lucas
#6601, aired 2013-05-06MOVIE VILLAINS $400: "Star Wars" had Darth Vader; "Phantom Menace" had this other Darth Darth Maul
#6589, aired 2013-04-18LESSER-KNOWN FAITHS $200: In a 2001 British census, almost 400,000 listed their faith as this order introduced in "Star Wars" the Jedi
#6582, aired 2013-04-09DEFENSE ABBREV. $800: SDI: This system, aka Star Wars, intended to protect the U.S. from Soviet missiles the Strategic Defense Initiative
#6568, aired 2013-03-20POP "STAR"s $800: Parts of this 1977 blockbuster were inspired by the Japanese films "The Hidden Fortress" & "Yojimbo" Star Wars
#6552, aired 2013-02-26HOLIDAY FUN $1000: Star Wars Day is unofficially celebrated on this date that echoes a famous quote from the movie May the Fourth
#6518, aired 2013-01-09ENTERTAINMENTS $800: In the '80s Photon was a chain of venues for this game inspired by "Star Wars" laser tag
#6477, aired 2012-11-13LAWRENCE OF ARABIA $1600: Lawrence is sent to help Prince Faisal, played by this future "Star Wars" actor (Alec) Guinness
#6453, aired 2012-10-1035 YEARS AGO: 1977 $400: This blockbuster set in "a galaxy far, far away" hit theaters just before Memorial Day weekend Star Wars
#6429, aired 2012-07-26QUOTES OF THE 2010s $600: In 2012 he asked, "Why would I make any more ("Star Wars" movies) when everybody... says what a terrible person you are?" (George) Lucas
#6379, aired 2012-05-17"DAR" $1600: A longshot who wins, or a "Star Wars" comic book publisher a dark horse
#6348, aired 2012-04-04MOVIE PROLOGUES $2000: "Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire" Star Wars: A New Hope
#6308, aired 2012-02-08BUZZ BANDS $600: The Belle Brigade is composed of grandkids of this composer of the music for the "Star Wars" series John Williams
#6299, aired 2012-01-26APPLIANCES $600: starwars.com has offered one of these appliances that burns Darth Vader's image onto your food a toaster
#6297, aired 2012-01-24NAME'S THE SAME $400: This star of "Bride Wars" & "The Princess Diaries" shares her name with Shakespeare's wife Anne Hathaway
#6147, aired 2011-05-10APP-Y DAYS $600: This "Star Wars" weapon "Unleashed" is available for free; just keep the noise down, Obi-Wan a lightsaber
#6091, aired 2011-02-21TV CARTOON BY CHARACTERS $800: Count Dooku, Mace Windu, Chancellor Palpatine Star Wars: The Clone Wars
#5894, aired 2010-04-08HOMAGES TO STAR WARS $400: In this film Marty tells George McFly that he is Darth Vader, "an extraterrestrial from the planet Vulcan" Back to the Future
#5894, aired 2010-04-08HOMAGES TO STAR WARS $800: The beginning of this 1984 movie finds the title character poisoned at club Obi Wan in 1935 Shanghai Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
#5894, aired 2010-04-08HOMAGES TO STAR WARS $1200: Pizza the Hutt is a character in this Mel Brooks "Star Wars" parody Spaceballs
#5894, aired 2010-04-08HOMAGES TO STAR WARS $1600: Kevin Smith's movie "Jay and Silent Bob" do this features a lightsaber battle with Mark Hamill Strike Back
#5894, aired 2010-04-08HOMAGES TO STAR WARS $2000: Kitchen appliances are starships in this '70s parody short with characters like Ham Salad & Fluke Starbucker Hardware Wars
#5807, aired 2009-12-08CALENDAR GIRLS $2000: Pernilla August once worked with Ingmar Bergman, but we know her best for playing Shmi in the fourth film in this series the Star Wars series
#5805, aired 2009-12-04NONFICTION $400: This actress' memoir "Wishful Drinking" talks about coming of age on the set of "Star Wars" Carrie Fisher
#5786, aired 2009-11-09VIDEO GAMES $400: Play as Anakin Skywalker or Jango Fett in the Lego game based on this film series Star Wars
#5774, aired 2009-10-22OTHER PLANETS IN MOVIES $800: "Star Wars": It was Luke's home in the first film Tatooine
#5727, aired 2009-06-30TV MISGUIDED $800: Wookiees grunted & Bea Arthur sang in a never-rebroadcast TV special based on this film Star Wars
#5638, aired 2009-02-25NON-MEMORABLE MOVIE QUOTES $600: (1977) Carrie Fisher: "What?!" Star Wars
#5607, aired 2009-01-13NOT TO BE CONFUSED: ACTING EDITION $400: William Daniels was a snooty doc on "St. Elsewhere" & Anthony Daniels played this snooty character in "Star Wars" C-3PO
#5594, aired 2008-12-25GIVE ME SOME SPACE! $400: One cookbook inspired by this film series features recipes for Death Star popcorn balls & Wookiee cookies Star Wars
#5570, aired 2008-11-21RECENT MOVIES $1200: This animated "Star Wars" chapter swept through the galaxy in summer 2008 Clone Wars
#5552, aired 2008-10-28AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: THE PRESIDENTS $400: The 1986 Reagan-Gorbachev summit made progress on arms issues but snagged over this Reagan defense plan "Star Wars"
#5543, aired 2008-10-15AT THE MOVIES $200: This "Star Wars" movie, "Episode III", leads up to where the original movie began Revenge of the Sith
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STAR WARS $400: Martin Sheen weighed in on his son Charlie's divorce from this actress by calling for a "cease-fire" Denise Richards
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STAR WARS $800: A major rift between Alyssa Milano & her was reportedly among the reasons she left "Charmed" in 2001 Shannen Doherty
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STAR WARS $1,000 (Daily Double): Rosie O'Donnell once got into it on her talk show with Tom Selleck over his membership in this group the National Rifle Association (NRA)
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STAR WARS $1200: Born Christopher Wallace, he died less than a year after his West Coast rival Tupac Shakur Notorious B.I.G.
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STAR WARS $2000: Elle Macpherson & Heidi Klum feuded over the use of this nickname "The Body"
#5444, aired 2008-04-17MISQUOTED $600: "Luke, I am your father" was a misquoted line in this "Star Wars" film, the fifth episode The Empire Strikes Back
#5431, aired 2008-03-31WEAPONRY $200: Standard-issue weapons for stormtroopers in "Star Wars" included energy-bolt-firing pistols called these blasters
#5419, aired 2008-03-13ON THE BIG SCREEN $2000: Heard here, the "Wilhelm Scream" debuted in a 1951 film but has been used in over 120 others, notably in this 1977 sci fi pic Star Wars
#5400, aired 2008-02-15AWARDS $200: This 2005 film in the "Star Wars" saga won People's Choice Awards for Favorite Picture & Favorite Drama Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
#5370, aired 2008-01-04KEEPING UP WITH THE JONES $1200: Giving serious bang for the buck, his salary for his voice-only role in "Star Wars" was just $7,000 James Earl Jones
#5297, aired 2007-09-25SPIN-AGE $1000: The Pentagon later admitted this system named for a film worked because a guide beacon was put on the target Star Wars
#5295, aired 2007-09-21STAR WARS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, CA.) This early Millennium Falcon model was nixed because it looked like a Space 1999 craft; in the end, it became the first ship seen in "Star Wars" carrying this female character Princess Leia
#5295, aired 2007-09-21STAR WARS $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, CA.) Luke's X-Wing from Star Wars gets its name from the arrangement of its double-layered wings, & in the back is an astromech socket for this character R2-D2
#5295, aired 2007-09-21STAR WARS $1200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, CA.) "Star Wars" costumes include the wedding dress made from an Italian bedspread worn by this actress in "Episode II" Natalie Portman
#5295, aired 2007-09-21STAR WARS $1600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, CA.) Jabba the Hutt has gone through many stages in the creation process. In one, he wore a fez, as he was modeled after this actor from Casablanca Sydney Greenstreet
#5295, aired 2007-09-21STAR WARS $2000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, CA.) In the real world, this compound is an explosive. In the "Star Wars" world, it was what Han Solo was frozen in carbonite
#5278, aired 2007-07-18OFF TO THE MOVIES $600: starwars.com described this character as "A loathsome slug of a gangster" & under gender listed "Neither" Jabba the Hutt
#5275, aired 2007-07-13ADDING INSULT $400: This "insult comic dog" said to "Star Wars" fans, "Who wants to hear a spoiler? Here's a spoiler: you will die alone" Triumph
#5273, aired 2007-07-11CINEMA SHORTHAND $1200: 1977: Is this the first movie or the fourth? Star Wars
#5242, aired 2007-05-29STAR WARS $200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew tours a warehouse.) There's a vast array of props and costumes at this 2,300 acre facility named for a hero of the Star Wars saga Skywalker Ranch
#5242, aired 2007-05-29STAR WARS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Marin County, California.) This is a less terrifying Lucite version of this weapon, whose second version is being built during Return of the Jedi the Death Star
#5242, aired 2007-05-29STAR WARS $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew points out a prototype.) When George Lucas saw a preliminary version of what would become this Star Wars ship, he said, "Make it look like a hamburger" the Millennium Falcon
#5242, aired 2007-05-29STAR WARS $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows creature samples.)Though he didn't look like this in the film, you don't need to use the force to know that these are early models of this good-natured Gungan Jar Jar Binks
#5225, aired 2007-05-04LET YOUR GEEK FLAG FLY $600: You may wonder if Yoda disappeared after dying, why didn't Vader after dying in this 1983 film (Star Wars Episode VI:) Return of the Jedi
#5214, aired 2007-04-19SCRAMBLED SAYINGS $200: Sorry safe than better "Better safe than sorry"
#5214, aired 2007-04-19SCRAMBLED SAYINGS $400: Can't join them if you beat them "If you can't beat them, join them"
#5214, aired 2007-04-19SCRAMBLED SAYINGS $600: A hard rock and a place between "Between a rock and a hard place"
#5214, aired 2007-04-19SCRAMBLED SAYINGS $800: New dog tricks you an old teach can't "You can't teach an old dog new tricks"
#5214, aired 2007-04-19SCRAMBLED SAYINGS $1000: The young wasted youth is on "Youth is wasted on the young"
#5204, aired 2007-04-05SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER $3,000 (Daily Double): One of Pakistan's official languages, it was derived from Hindustani Urdu
#5183, aired 2007-03-07TOP 10 LISTS $200: The top 10 video game titles of 2005 included 2 from LucasArts about this film series Star Wars
#5176, aired 2007-02-26MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS $1600: This northernmost African nation's Djerba Island was the filming site for Mos Eisley Spaceport in "Star Wars" Tunisia
#5127, aired 2006-12-19DECK THE HALLS $200: The Robot Hall of Fame honored this "Star Wars" character for his endearing "human foibles" C-3PO
#5123, aired 2006-12-13STARTS & ENDS WITH W $600: In 1968 Albania withdrew from this "pact" The Warsaw Pact
#5105, aired 2006-11-17STAR WARS $200: Regarding Brad Pitt's new hairdo, in 2005 this ex said, "Billy Idol called--he wants his look back" Jennifer Aniston
#5105, aired 2006-11-17STAR WARS $400: "The Late Shift" depicted these 2 real-life hosts jockeying for the late-night crown Jay Leno & David Letterman
#5105, aired 2006-11-17STAR WARS $600: For "The Simple Life", Paris Hilton wanted Kimberly Stewart to replace this BFF with whom she was feuding Nicole Richie
#5105, aired 2006-11-17STAR WARS $800: Justin Timberlake won no fans by sniping that this 2006 American Idol "can't carry a tune in a bucket" Taylor Hicks
#5105, aired 2006-11-17STAR WARS $1000: The feud between this actress & Shirley MacLaine, her onscreen mom in "Terms of Endearment", is legendary Debra Winger
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $200: Vote did he get, this 900-year-old "Star Wars" character Yoda
#5040, aired 2006-07-07THE OAFISH $1600: (Anthony Daniels of Star Wars reads the clue.) The characters of C-3PO & R2-D2 are based on 2 crooks from "The Hidden Fortress" by this Japanese film director Kurosawa
#5016, aired 2006-06-05BLOCKBUSTER BLUSTER $400: If you lined up for "Star Wars: Episode II" in 2002, you had to be prepared for an "Attack" by these title duplicates clones
#4997, aired 2006-05-09STAR TREK, STAR WARS OR LORD OF THE RINGS $200: A council that takes place at Rivendell is central to its plot Lord of the Rings
#4997, aired 2006-05-09STAR TREK, STAR WARS OR LORD OF THE RINGS $400: In its lore, a Bajoran wormhole leads to the Gamma Quadrant Star Trek
#4997, aired 2006-05-09STAR TREK, STAR WARS OR LORD OF THE RINGS $600: This one lent its name to a defensive weapons system that many felt was a pie-in-the-sky fantasy Star Wars
#4997, aired 2006-05-09STAR TREK, STAR WARS OR LORD OF THE RINGS $800: A race called the Andorians causes trouble for the humans in this one Star Trek
#4997, aired 2006-05-09STAR TREK, STAR WARS OR LORD OF THE RINGS $1000: Its creator was born in South Africa Lord of the Rings
#4953, aired 2006-03-082005 IG NOBEL PRIZES $800: 2 U.K. minds won the Peace Ig Nobel for analyzing brain cells of locusts that were watching this 1977 George Lucas film Star Wars
#4943, aired 2006-02-22GET YOUR SITH TOGETHER $1000: 3 of the 4 "Star Wars" movie characters with Darth in their names (3 of) Darth Maul, Darth Vader, Darth Sidious, & Darth Tyranus
#4937, aired 2006-02-14CARTOON BEFORE & AFTER $600: Ghost-hunting Nickelodeon superhero who's in the title of "Star Wars: Episode I" Danny Phantom Menace
#4909, aired 2006-01-05STAR WARS $200: On the cover of a February 2005 People Magazine, it was "Simon vs." her, "it's getting nasty!" Paula Abdul
#4909, aired 2006-01-05STAR WARS $400: About her falling out with her "Simple Life" co-star, all she would say is that "Nicole knows what she did" Paris Hilton
#4909, aired 2006-01-05STAR WARS $600: In 2004 Elton John caused a stir, accusing this single-named singer of lipsyncing during "live" concerts Madonna
#4909, aired 2006-01-05STAR WARS $800: A famous Hollywood feud was between Bette Davis and this "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane" co-star Joan Crawford
#4909, aired 2006-01-05STAR WARS $1000: Jon Stewart traded some heated words wtih this bow-tied TV host when he appeared on "Crossfire" in 2004 (Tucker) Carlson
#4878, aired 2005-11-23FICTIONAL BATTLES & WARS $1600: Juan Rico joins the mobile infantry to fight in the war against the invading alien "bugs" in this Heinlein novel Starship Troopers
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STAR WARS FOREVER $400: While the first 5 "Star Wars" movies were all rated PG, "Revenge of the Sith" was rated this due to some violent scenes PG-13
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STAR WARS FOREVER $800: (Mark Hamill gives the clue.) In the early drafts of "Star Wars", Luke's last name was Starkiller; this, of course, was his last name in the finished film Skywalker
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STAR WARS FOREVER $1200: The only actors to be in all 6 "Star Wars" movies are the men who played these 2 robots C-3PO & R2-D2
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STAR WARS FOREVER $1600: In "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith", this old Jedi master was entirely computer-generated Yoda
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STAR WARS FOREVER $2000: George Lucas gave this Jedi character a unique purple lightsaber at the request of actor Samuel L. Jackson Mace Windu
#4838, aired 2005-09-28AND TWINS! $800: Fraternal twins of the "Star Wars" saga Luke & Leia
#4806, aired 2005-06-27START SPREADING THE "NEW"s $2000: (R2-D2 beeps & whistles the clue.) When the original "Star Wars" became "Star Wars: Episode IV", this 3-word subtitle was added to its name A New Hope
#4772, aired 2005-05-10CNN 25: POTPOURRI $400: The man seen here was largely responsible for this hotly anticipated film, the top box office hit of 1999 Star Wars: Episode I
#4767, aired 2005-05-03THESPIAN-"O" $800: Hoo ah! He turned down the role of Han Solo in "Star Wars"; maybe he should've turned down "Gigli", too (Al) Pacino
#4698, aired 2005-01-26YOU'VE GOT COMPANY $1200: With this company's Mindstorms kits you can build things like "Star Wars" droids Lego
#4687, aired 2005-01-11FILM CRITICISM $600: John Simon, part deux: "O dull new world", this 1977 sci-fi blockbuster "is all as exciting as last year's weather reports" Star Wars
#4678, aired 2004-12-29A KNIGHT TO REMEMBER $400: One of the goals in the "Star Wars Galaxies" video game is to become one of these knights a Jedi
#4655, aired 2004-11-26& JOAN RIVERS RUNS THROUGH IT $1600: Joan gave a robotic performance as Dot Matrix in this Mel Brooks "Star Wars" spoof Spaceballs
#4650, aired 2004-11-19BEFORE & AFTER $1200: 1977 film in which Luke Skywalker uses the force in the struggle between the royal houses of York & Lancaster Star Wars of the Roses
#4641, aired 2004-11-08STAR WARS $400: (Mark Hamill reads.) This villain was portrayed by three different actors: one did his voice, one did his physical acting, & one did his stunts Darth Vader
#4641, aired 2004-11-08STAR WARS $800: (R2-D2 "reads".) In "Star Wars", the term used for robots like C-3PO & myself is this 5-letter shortening of another word droid
#4641, aired 2004-11-08STAR WARS $1200: (A stormtrooper reads.) Infiltrating the Death Star, these 2 characters dress up like storm troopers to rescue Princess Leia Han & Luke
#4641, aired 2004-11-08STAR WARS $1600: (Chewbacca "reads".) I am Chewbacca, this type of creature from the planet Kashyyyk a Wookiee
#4641, aired 2004-11-08STAR WARS $2000: (I'm Anthony Daniels.) I play C-3PO, a droid specializing in this political etiquette used at official ceremonies & occasions protocol
#4632, aired 2004-10-26A HIT TWICE $1200: In 1977 Meco topped the charts with the "Star Wars" theme; this composer of the theme could only reach No. 10 John Williams
#4566, aired 2004-06-14NAME THAT MOVIE $800: "Hokey religions & ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid" Star Wars
#4565, aired 2004-06-11FOR THE KID IN YOU $400: The laser type of this game was inspired by "Star Wars" & popularized in the 1980s tag
#4553, aired 2004-05-26RHYME TIME FOOD & DRINK $800: "The Star Wars Cookbook" includes recipes for Wookiee Cookies & this pop drink named for a Jedi master Yoda Soda
#4547, aired 2004-05-18ENDS IN "I" $200: The sixth episode in the "Star Wars" series is "The Return of" this the Jedi
#4522, aired 2004-04-13MOVIE QUOTES $400: 1977: "Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope" Star Wars
#4500, aired 2004-03-12MOVIE PREQUELS & SEQUELS $800: Also known as episodes I & II, 1 of 2 "Star Wars" prequels to be released The Phantom Menace or Attack of the Clones
#4494, aired 2004-03-04FA"Q"s $2000: In "Star Wars" the language of Greedo the bounty hunter is this language of S. America's Andean regions Quechua
#4486, aired 2004-02-23HOMOPHONIC PROPER NAMES $400: A narrow opening in rock, or the last name of a "Star Wars" character fissure/Fisher
#4459, aired 2004-01-15CINEMANIA $400: This 1977 film that was the highest-earning film of the 1970s didn't even take place in our galaxy Star Wars
#4417, aired 2003-11-18MOVIE TAGLINES $200: 1977: "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" Star Wars
#4406, aired 2003-11-032004 CALENDARS $200: Cedco's box calendar based on this film series features over 300 characters, creatures & droids Star Wars
#4390, aired 2003-10-10REEL LIFE QUOTES $400: 1977: "I suggest a new strategy, R2: let the Wookie win" Star Wars
#4341, aired 2003-06-16MUSICIANS $1200: If you're humming a movie theme, chances are good it's by this "Jaws" & "Star Wars" composer John Williams
#4322, aired 2003-05-20QUOTABLE MOVIES $400: 1977: "May the force be with you" Star Wars
#4311, aired 2003-05-05I DIRECT $200: So far, he's directed "Star Wars" episodes I, II & IV George Lucas
#4275, aired 2003-03-14MISSED IT BY THAT MUCH... $200: Luke Floorwalker was the hero of my script "Store Wars", a better tale than this director's "Star Wars" movie George Lucas
#4258, aired 2003-02-19HAIRSTYLES $600: Princess Leia's "Star Wars" hairstyle (chic in the 1920s) is called this, like the winter wear it resembles earmuffs
#4209, aired 2002-12-12CHAT ROOM LINGO $600: This "Star Wars" catchphrase is signified by "MTFBWY" "May the force be with you"
#4189, aired 2002-11-14STAR WARS CHARACTERS $400: She's Luke Skywalker's twin sister Princess Leia
#4189, aired 2002-11-14STAR WARS CHARACTERS $800: These 2 droids were the only witnesses when Anakin Skywalker & Padme Amidala were married R2-D2 & C-3PO
#4189, aired 2002-11-14STAR WARS CHARACTERS $1200: This wookiee's voice is a blend of animal sounds, including bears, badgers, walruses & camels Chewbacca
#4189, aired 2002-11-14STAR WARS CHARACTERS $1600: Ahmed Best was the voice of this bumbling Gungan from Naboo Jar Jar Binks
#4189, aired 2002-11-14STAR WARS CHARACTERS $2000: This bounty hunter, seen as a child in Episode II, is actually a clone of his father, Jango Boba Fett
#4178, aired 2002-10-30STAR WARS STARS $200: In 1998 he went "Solo" as People Magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" Harrison Ford
#4178, aired 2002-10-30STAR WARS STARS $400: In "Phantom Menace" he made the "list" as Qui-Gon Jinn Liam Neeson
#4178, aired 2002-10-30STAR WARS STARS $600: Amidala in episodes "I" & "II", when she's not studying lines, she's studying at Harvard Natalie Portman
#4178, aired 2002-10-30STAR WARS STARS $800: Count Dracula in several films, he plays Count Dooku in "Attack of the Clones" Christopher Lee
#4178, aired 2002-10-30STAR WARS STARS $1000: Gale Sayers in the original "Brian's Song", he played the dashing Lando Calrissian in 2 of the films Billy Dee Williams
#4149, aired 2002-09-19PEOPLE IN THE NEWS $1600: This man is the mind behind an educational foundation as well as the "Star Wars" movies George Lucas
#4122, aired 2002-07-02A PINT OF ALEC GUINNESS $400: Guinness played this mythic character in the first 3 "Star Wars" films Obi-Wan Kenobi
#4054, aired 2002-03-28"K"2 $1200: Real last name of Darth Vader in the "Star Wars" films Skywalker
#4022, aired 2002-02-12LET'S ALL GO TO THE MOVIES $1200: The 2001 DVD for this 1999 film included 7 new scenes & the music video "Duel of the Fates" Star Wars: Episode I
#4011, aired 2002-01-28STAR WARS TRIVIA $400: This star of "Smokey and the Bandit" & "Evening Shade" was originally cast as Han Solo but dropped out Burt Reynolds
#4011, aired 2002-01-28STAR WARS TRIVIA $800: George Lucas' dog Indiana was the inspiration for the look of this hairy character Chewbacca
#4011, aired 2002-01-28STAR WARS TRIVIA $1,100 (Daily Double): Scripted as a "used car salesman" type C-3PO was modeled after a robot in this 1926 Fritz Lang film Metropolis
#4011, aired 2002-01-28STAR WARS TRIVIA $1600: This spaceship was originally modeled after a hamburger with an olive next to it Millennium Falcon
#4011, aired 2002-01-28STAR WARS TRIVIA $2000: The final medal-awarding scene parallels shot for shot a scene in this "triumphant" Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will
#3990, aired 2001-12-28TOYS & GAMES $400: A special edition of Trivial Pursuit focuses on this movie series, with categories about characters, weapons & droids Star Wars
#3988, aired 2001-12-26YOUNG STARS $400: Jake Lloyd lit up the screen as young Anakin Skywalker in "Star Wars: Episode I", also known as this The Phantom Menace
#3901, aired 2001-07-16MOVIE MANIA $300: With $106 million, this "menacing" 1999 sci-fi film had the biggest 5-day opening in cinema history The Phantom Menace
#3887, aired 2001-06-26KNOCK, KNOCK $400: This 1977 film was "as exciting as last year's weather reports"; guess the force wasn't with that critic Star Wars
#3779, aired 2001-01-25ALMOST REAL $600: This computer-generated Gungan from Naboo didn't get good reviews from the "Star Wars" fans Jar Jar Binks
#3757, aired 2000-12-26MUSEUMS $100: Princess Leia's gown & other cool stuff from this film series are at Chicago's Field Museum till January 7, 2001 Star Wars
#3754, aired 2000-12-21IT'S A SEQUEL $100: The third "Star Wars" movie released (sixth in the lore) Return of the Jedi
#3748, aired 2000-12-133-NAMED CELEBRITIES $200: In the "Star Wars" movies, he's the voice of Darth Vader James Earl Jones
#3645, aired 2000-06-09MOVIE TAG LINES $1,600 (Daily Double): 1999: "Every Saga has a Beginning" Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
#3624, aired 2000-05-11NAME THAT FLICK $500: 1977: "You came in that thing? You're braver than I thought." Star Wars
#3603, aired 2000-04-12SAME NAME AS A POPE $1000: The Pope in 913, or the first name of Calrissian of the "Star Wars" films Lando
#3567, aired 2000-02-22CELEBS $100: This director-producer's "Star Wars" has generated more than $4.5 billion from licensed merchandise George Lucas
#3543, aired 2000-01-19HE WAS IN THAT? $200: Before playing Cliff on "Cheers", John Ratzenberger appeared as Major Derlin in this second "Star Wars" film The Empire Strikes Back
#3527, aired 1999-12-281999 BOFFO B.O. $400: The summer's most anticipated movie, it quickly became the third highest-grossing domestic film of all time Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
#3516, aired 1999-12-13BETWEEN $400: "Star Wars" films: "A New Hope", ____, "Return of the Jedi" The Empire Strikes Back
#3498, aired 1999-11-17ALL "STAR"S $200: In the 1980s the Strategic Defense Initiative was given this nickname "Star Wars"
#3493, aired 1999-11-10THE PHANTOM MENACE $200: "The Phantom Menace" was the first film he directed since the original "Star Wars" in 1977 George Lucas
#3485, aired 1999-10-29ACTING THE PART $200: This "Star Wars" actor's also been a futuristic bounty hunter in "Slipstream" & a fighting machine in "The Guyver" Mark Hamill
#3481, aired 1999-10-25LETTERS & NUMBERS $200: In "Star Wars" Luke Skywalker gets an important holographic message from the innards of this robot R2-D2
#3471, aired 1999-10-11MOVIE REVIEWS $100: Time said tickets for the 1st critics' screening of this prequel were "more precious than a passport out of Kosovo" Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
#3470, aired 1999-10-08THE MOVIES $100: The first episode in the story told by this popular film series is subtitled "The Phantom Menace" Star Wars
#3448, aired 1999-09-08ACTORS & ACTRESSES $600: This actor from Scotland plays Obi-Wan Kenobi in "Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace" Ewan McGregor
#3431, aired 1999-07-05NAME THE MOVIE $100: 1977: "Use the force, Luke" Star Wars
#3419, aired 1999-06-17FILM FOLK $200: In "Star Wars" David Prowse did all the physical acting for this villain Darth Vader
#3337, aired 1999-02-23STAR WARS $100: This character was "the Hutt" Jabba
#3337, aired 1999-02-23STAR WARS $200: At times integral parts of the plot, they're the 2 main droids in the first 3 "Star Wars" films C-3PO & R2-D2
#3337, aired 1999-02-23STAR WARS $300: A great sidekick when in hairy situations, Chewbacca was one of these creatures a Wookiee
#3337, aired 1999-02-23STAR WARS $400: Han Solo won this spaceship of Corellian design from Lando Calrissian on a bet Millennium Falcon
#3337, aired 1999-02-23STAR WARS $500: The first 10 words on the screen at the beginning of the film "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away"
#3325, aired 1999-02-05MOVIE QUOTES $200: "Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope" Star Wars
#3264, aired 1998-11-12SCI FI IDENTIFY $200: 1977: "The force is strong with this one" Star Wars
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $100: The sinking of the U.S. battleship Maine Spanish-American War
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $200: The attack on Fort Sumter The Civil War
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $300: The abduction of Helen by Paris Trojan War
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $400: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand World War I
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $500: The 1982 invasion of the Malvinas Islands, as the invaders called them Falkland Islands War
#3210, aired 1998-07-10CLASSICAL MUSICIANS $400: Acclaimed guitarist who shares his name with the composer of "Star Wars" John Williams
#3163, aired 1998-05-06STAR MOVIES $200: Yoda rode again in 1997 as this first "Star Wars" sequel was successfully re-released The Empire Strikes Back
#3158, aired 1998-04-29STAR WARS $100: In 1998 Texas cattlemen had a beef with this talk show queen, but the jury didn't swallow it Oprah
#3158, aired 1998-04-29STAR WARS $200: This director testified at the 1998 trial of Jonathan Norman, who was convicted of stalking him Steven Spielberg
#3158, aired 1998-04-29STAR WARS $300: In 1997 this show's Heather Locklear testified in a discrimination suit brought against Spelling Entertainment Melrose Place
#3158, aired 1998-04-29STAR WARS $400: In 1998 this "Pump Up the Volume" star mopped floors in jail while serving time for a drug-related crime Christian Slater
#3158, aired 1998-04-29STAR WARS $500: In 1976 Carol Burnett sued this tabloid for libel; she won in 1981 The [National] Enquirer
#3131, aired 1998-03-23SOAPDISH $300: In the early '70s, before "Star Wars" made him a star, he played Kent Murray on "General Hospital" Mark Hamill
#3130, aired 1998-03-20SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES $100: George Lucas is planning a 3-part prequel to this 1977 film Star Wars
#3107, aired 1998-02-17THE CHINESE THEATRE $100: The imprints seen here belong to a star of this 1977 film: Star Wars
#3100, aired 1998-02-06FICTION $800: In this author's "Deadlock", V.I. Warshawski investigates the death of her cousin, a former hockey star Sara Paretsky
#3012, aired 1997-10-07MACHINES NEVER BUILT $400: This Reagan administration plan included anti-missile lasers & particle beams Star Wars
#2966, aired 1997-06-23TV COMPOSERS $600: His first sci-fi theme was for "Lost in Space"; later he composed for sci-fi films like "Star Wars" John Williams
#2949, aired 1997-05-29THE OSCARS $200: Steven Spielberg compared this Thalberg Award winner & "Star Wars" director to Luke Skywalker George Lucas
#2933, aired 1997-05-07FILM DIRECTORS $200: He hasn't directed a feature film since 1977's "Star Wars" George Lucas
#2929, aired 1997-05-01ORDER $300: It's the third in order of the "Star Wars" movies Return of the Jedi
#2845, aired 1997-01-03MUSICAL JOHNS $200: This composer of such film scores as "Star Wars" has also written a symphony & a violin concerto John Williams
#2471, aired 1995-05-08VIDEO GAMES $500: Tie Fighter from Lucas Arts is based on this film series Star Wars
#2188, aired 1994-02-23WOMEN AUTHORS $400: Before she became a novelist, she was best known as Princess Leia in the "Star Wars" films Carrie Fisher
#2125, aired 1993-11-26SCREENWRITERS $200: "The Empire Strikes Back" was the only one of the three "Star Wars" films not written by this creator George Lucas
#2078, aired 1993-09-22FAMOUS WOMEN $200: Mark Hamill calls this novelist & "Star Wars" co-star "The Wicked Wit of the West" Carrie Fisher
#2009, aired 1993-05-06RONALD REAGAN $400: In a Mar. 23, 1983 speech Reagan called for the development of this nuclear missile defense system Star Wars (Strategic Defense Initiative
#1835, aired 1992-07-17MOVIE SEQUELS $200: Its sequels were "The Empire Strikes Back" & "Return of the Jedi" Star Wars
#1748, aired 1992-03-18BEST SELLERS $400: Subtitled "Heir to Empire", Timothy Zahn's book continues the story of this George Lucas film series Star Wars
#1655, aired 1991-11-08SCIENCE FICTION $300: The novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" inspired this Harrison Ford film Blade Runner
#1630, aired 1991-10-04MOVIE DEBUTS $600: His voice debuted in "Wizards", but his face was first seen as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars" Mark Hamill
#1370, aired 1990-07-13MOVIE TRIVIA $200: George Lucas founded the special effects co. Industrial Light & Magic after making this 1977 sci-fi film Star Wars
#1195, aired 1989-11-10CINEMA $200: It was the 2nd film in the "Star Wars" trilogy "The Empire Strikes Back"
#1170, aired 1989-10-06MOVIES $100: In the series, this film falls between "Star Wars" & "Return of the Jedi" The Empire Strikes Back
#1039, aired 1989-02-23BALD IS BEAUTIFUL $200: This conductor of the Boston Pops composed the scores for "Star Wars" & "E.T." John Williams
#931, aired 1988-09-26MOVIE THEMES $100: [This piece of music--listen to it, players:] (the theme from) Star Wars
#877, aired 1988-05-31STARTS WITH "FL" $1000: A fleet of small warships flotilla
#818, aired 1988-03-09WOODY ALLEN FILMS $400: This "Star Wars" star came down to Earth to play a caterer in "Hannah & Her Sisters" Carrie Fisher
#780, aired 1988-01-15WORLD CITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): The Warsaw Pact is administered from headquarters in this city Moscow
#755, aired 1987-12-11ACTOR & ACTRESSES $800: This "Star Wars" star wrote of drug dependency in "Postcards from the Edge" Carrie Fisher
#719, aired 1987-10-22ANAGRAMS $800 (Daily Double): This "Star Wars" star has "genuine class" Alec Guinness (from genuine class)
#661, aired 1987-06-22EVIL KNIGHTS $200: Evil Jedi knight of "Star Wars" whose heavy breathing sounded like an obscene phone call Darth Vader
#571, aired 1987-02-16PLAYTIME $200: In 1977, Kenner sold gift certificates for toys based on this sci-fi film since the toys didn't exist yet Star Wars
#560, aired 1987-01-30FAMOUS ROBOTS $100: Pair of "Star Wars" droids who got their own animated cartoon series in 1985 R2-D2 and C-3PO
#540, aired 1987-01-02"WILLIAMS" $100: "Black Clark Gable", he says his career turning point was playing a space pirate in "Star Wars" sequels Billy Dee Williams
#495, aired 1986-10-31MOVIES $800: Universal & UA turned down this script, but the film smashed box office records in 1977 Star Wars
#438, aired 1986-05-14FACTS & FIGURES $200: When hearing this term, almost twice as many people think of the movie as Pres. Reagan's defense plan Star Wars
#375, aired 1986-02-14LIGHT $200: 1977 film for which the light saber was invented Star Wars
#307, aired 1985-11-12’70s CINEMA $400: Top grossing film ever with budget under a mil., it gave George Lucas clout to make “Star Wars” American Graffiti
#278, aired 1985-10-02STARTS WITH "G" $200: An early warship propelled by oars, it's now just the kitchen on a ship galley
#68, aired 1984-12-12CIVIL WARS $600: Its starving children symbolized the defeat of this Nigerian region Biafra
#59, aired 1984-11-29WARS $1000: Spaniards started war in colonial America by cutting off this part of Robert Jenkins' body ear

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (2 results returned)

#5803, aired 2009-12-02PHRASE ORIGINS: Used in 1947's "U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey", this 2-word term became widely used again in NYC on 9/11/01 ground zero
#2936, aired 1997-05-12MOVIES: The stars of this 1977 film appeared on the February 10, 1997 cover of Time Star Wars

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