Show #2341 - Monday, November 7, 1994

1994 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 1.


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Tony Randall, an actor from the National Actors Theatre

Stefanie Powers, an actress from Hart to Hart

General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, a retired general from the U.S. Army

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Nebuchadnezzar is sometimes credited with building the hanging gardens of this city
    $100 26
This Bill Haley number was only a minor hit until featured in the movie "Blackboard Jungle"
    $100 21
Jokingly, this May observance is said to fall nine months after Father's Night
    $100 6
Thomas Hardy, who gave us "The Return of the Native", also wrote of this girl "of the d'Urbervilles"
    $100 1
The name of this aromatic wine found in martinis comes from the German word for wormwood
    $100 16
This metal, Al, used in beverage cans & food wrap was once considered a precious metals
    $200 12
The ancient Egyptians were a polytheistic people, meaning they had many of these
    $200 22
It's the last federal holiday of the year
    $200 7
Last name shared by "Murder in the Cathedral" author T .S. & "Adam Bede" author George
    $200 2
The sour mash type of this Kentucky whiskey is made by adding part of the old mash to new batches
    $200 17
Selenium is sometimes added to this material during vulcanization to increase abrasion resistance
    $300 13
For the Persian Empire, Cyrus the Great set up a mail delivery system similar to this Old West one
    $300 23
It's celebrated the evening before All Saints' Day
    $300 8
This Miss Marple creator was one of the 1st authors to be published in a Penguin paperback
    $300 3
It's the spirit found in a daiquiri cocktail
    $300 18
This element, symbol He, is the most difficult of all gases to liquefy
    $400 14
About all that is accepted about this author is that he was blind & wrote the "Iliad" & the "Odyssey"
    $400 24
The name of this 8-day Jewish festival is Hebrew for "dedication"
    DD: $1,100 9
He's the legendary king in Tennyson's "Idylls of the King"
    $400 4
This country produces a resinated wine called kokkineli in addition to the more famous retsina
    $400 19
This metal, aka quicksilver, becomes a solid at minus 40 degrees
    $500 15
At his death in 323 B.C., Alexander the Great's empire covered parts of these 3 continents
    $500 25
This French holiday that commemorates the storming of a prison is also known as la Fete Nationale
    $500 10
The final version of his "Paradise Lost" was published in 1674
    $500 5
Zubrowka is a Polish form of this spirit with a bit of buffalo grass steeped in it
    $500 20
Betadine, used as a skin antiseptic, is a solution of povidone & this element symbolized I

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Norm Stefanie Tony
$900 $700 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Stefanie Tony
$3,800 $1,000 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

Mcs & Macs
    $200 2
In 1877 this inventor of the telephone married Mabel Hubbard, a deaf girl whom he had taught
    $200 21
Bergen's Charlie or communist-hunting senator Joseph
    $200 16
The most important form of this hormone in women is estradiol
    $200 1
The Old Capitol Building in this Cuban capital resembles ours in Washington, D.C.
    $200 11
Kleptophobia is the fear of doing this; if you wanted to do it all the time you'd be a kleptomaniac
    $400 3
While in law school, this current Supreme Court justice received the nickname "Ruthless Ruthie"
    $400 22
"Twentieth Century" playwright Charles or 20th century general Douglas
    $400 17
The tongue's taste buds distinguish 4 basic tastes: salty, bitter, sweet & this one
    $400 7
A bullet train runs between this capital & Fukuoka
    $400 12
In 1803 this emperor's youngest brother, Jerome, married an American teenager in Baltimore
    $600 4
As well as 325 products from peanuts, this black scientist developed several from soybeans & pecans
    $600 18
This joint serves as a hinge for the femur & tibia
    $600 10
In 1886 Freud set up a private practice in this capital
    $600 13
Discoveryland is Euro Disney's equivalent of this futuristic land found in Disneyland & Disney World
    $800 5
His criticisms of Aaron Burr's character led to their fatal 1804 duel
    $800 19
During a person's lifetime, these organs will remove waste from more than 10 million gallons of blood
    $800 8
The statue of Leif Ericson in this country's capital of Reykjavik was a gift from the U.S.
    $800 14
The French call this musical instrument la petite flute
    DD: $2,000 6
In 1901 this Scottish-American sold his steel company to U.S. Steel for more than $250 million
    DD: $1,000 20
The common bile duct is formed by the cystic duct from the gallbladder & the hepatic duct from this organ
    $1000 9
In 1930 the name of its capital was changed from Angora to Ankara
    $1000 15
"Museita's Waltz" is a highlight of this composer's 1896 opera "La boheme"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Stefanie Tony
$7,000 $600 $6,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

James Hoban, who designed & built this, had to rebuild it after a fire in 1814

Final scores:

Norm Stefanie Tony
$14,000 $1,200 $9,900
Winner: $14,000 to the Boggy Creek Gang 3rd place: $10,000 to the William Holden Wildlife Foundation 2nd place: $10,000 to the National Actors Theatre

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Norm Stefanie Tony
$9,000 $600 $6,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 1994-10-02
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