Show #3509 - Thursday, December 2, 1999


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Barbara Krause, a high school teacher from Redlands, California

Steven Wyatt, a locomotive engineer from Fort Wayne, Indiana

Karen Marlowe, a state and local planning coordinator from South Orange, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I will give you a fictitious car, you have to tell me the character or the actor, even, who usually drove that car.)
    $100 12
It became a new nation in 1991; its name means "White Russia"
    $100 10
In a 1978 movie musical:
Greased Lightning
    $100 6
It's a nearly lightless chamber for developing your own prints & film
    $100 19
It was sporty of a posh fellow like Prince Charles to turn out for this singing group's first movie in 1997
    $100 1
Characterized by the use of primitive tools, it's the earliest known period of human culture
    $100 24
Issues flew off the newsstand when this pilot was Man of the Year for 1927
    $200 13
After a 9-month civil war with West Pakistan, this nation gained independence in the 1970s
    $200 11
On '80s TV:
The General Lee, a souped-up Dodge Charger
    $200 7
Examples of these include telephoto & fish-eye
    $200 20
Disney didn't take this film's 1996 premiere to Paris, but to the French Quarter of New Orleans
    $200 2
Menippe mercenaria, this large edible crustacean, is found widely along the U.S. Atlantic coast
    $200 25
Da! This Soviet leader made the cover for 1957
    $300 14
This new nation is south of Poland, north of Hungary and east of the Czech Republic
    $300 15
On '60s TV:
Black Beauty, the Green Hornet's car
    $300 8
The photo seen here was taken with this popular brand of camera:
    $300 21
This Bruce Willis movie about a menacing asteroid had its premiere at the Kennedy Space Center
    $300 3
In other words, a short distance away
    $300 26
It was a dream come true for this minister in 1963
    $400 29
From 1946 to 1991, this nation on Greece's border was Yugoslavia's southernmost republic
    $400 16
In the American version of a Japanese cartoon:
Special Formula Mach 5
    $400 9
For a special effect, add a "star" one of these to the front of your camera
    $400 22
Madonna said, "I feel like Cinderella" at the long-awaited premiere of this musical film
    $400 4
This large granite memorial near Atlanta was dedicated in 1970
    $400 27
Egyptian leader who graced the cover for 1977
    $500 30
This "Stan" of 15 million people is the largest of the former Soviet Socialist Republics after Russia
    $500 17
On '80s TV:
KITT, a talking black Pontiac
    $500 18
It's the 3-letter definition for measuring film speed
    $500 23
Sadly, this late singer was unable to attend the Texas premiere of the movie about her, but husband Chris Perez did
    $500 5
Edward I brought this Scottish coronation fixture to England in 1296
    DD: $500 28
Time wasn't "lion" when it named this emperor for 1935

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Karen Steven Barbara
$600 $1,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Steven Barbara
$1,500 $3,200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Obviously, a geography category.)
    $200 10
About 1/3 of Alaska is north of this feature at 66 degrees 30' north latitude
    $200 20
Paraguay, whose capital is named for her assumption, celebrates her immaculate conception Dec. 8
    $200 1
Calista Flockhart played the "fragile" Laura in a 1994 revival of this Tennessee Williams play
    $200 14
Elizabeth II
    $200 17
Salute the flag & give us the title of this marching favorite:
    $200 2
Whether unlawful or justifiable, it's the killing of a human being
    $400 11
A monastery in the English town of Glastonbury is said to be the burial place of this legendary king
    $400 21
The weekend after Labor Day in Louisville is "strictly" for this music style named for local flora
    $400 3
In 1999 a play based on this Amy Tan book about mothers & daughters opened off-Broadway
    $400 15
Elizabeth I
    $400 18
He's the composer of the overture heard here:
    $400 4
In the '70s Van McCoy wanted you to "do" this dance
    $600 12
One of the 2 Central American countries that do not have both a Pacific & an Atlantic coast
    $600 22
The feet seen here are taking part in this annual event:
    $600 5
According to the title, it was "The Subject" of Frank Gilroy's 1965 Pulitzer Prize-winning play
    $600 16
Richard III
    $600 19
The energetic composition heard here was written in 1900 by this Russian:
    $600 7
It's the term for the offspring of 2 animals or plants of different species
    $800 25
Today the largest city in the Bahamas, it was a haven for Caribbean pirates in the 18th century
    DD: $1,000 23
The Ms. Foundation for Women urges parents to do this on the fourth Thursday in April
    $800 6
The musical "Hello, Dolly!" was based on this play by Thornton Wilder
    DD: $400 27
Heard here is the second, also the last, complete movement of a symphony by this composer:
    $800 8
I kid you not, it's the type of character seen here:
    $1000 26
You'll find this 19,549-foot "Mount" in Canada's Yukon Territory
    $1000 24
On October 3 Germans remember this 1990 event that many thought would take much longer
    $1000 13
In 1928 writers Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur made big news with this play
    $1000 9
Greek for "the many", it means the common people or the masses

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Steven Barbara
$1,100 $7,400 $2,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Omerta", the title of the last book he completed before his death in 1999, is Sicilian for "code of silence"

Final scores:

Karen Steven Barbara
$2,200 $10,400 $2,300
3rd place: Yahoo! Shopping gift certificate/shopping spree New champion: $10,400 2nd place: Gateway 466C desktop computer + Broyhill computer home office cabinet

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Karen Steven Barbara
$1,600 $7,600 $2,100
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $11,300

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Game tape date: 1999-08-25
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