Show #1021 - Monday, January 30, 1989

Clip from this game was shown in the 1992 film Breaking the Rules.


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Garrett Simpson, a public defender from Glendale, Arizona

Frank Dwyer, a writer and actor originally from New York City, New York

George Roche, a director of voter registration originally from Fleetwood, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This man's son, who helped his dad with the famous "kite experiment", sided with the Tories
    $100 17
The Miss America Pageant stopped giving this award for friendliness in 1974
    $100 12
A screwdriver is vodka & orange juice while a bloody Mary is vodka & this juice
    $100 6
The title of Leo Sayer's 1st No. 1 hit proclaimed "You Make Me Feel Like" doing this
    $100 22
In 1980 Jane Seymour played Mozart's wife on Broadway in this play
    $100 7
Zeus originated as an Indo-European god of this, which gives him something in common with Willard Scott
    DD: $500 2
The British passed the Intolerable Acts to punish Massachusetts for this event
    $200 18
She was Miss Mississippi & Miss America, & now she's Mrs. Gary Collins
    $200 28
Under British law, Scotch whisky must be made with water from this region of Scotland
    $200 13
In Ricky Nelson's "Garden Party" he stepped out of the closet "playing guitar like ringin' a bell"
    $200 23
In 1977 Anne Bancroft returned to Broadway to play this Mideast leader
    $200 8
Starting in 776 B.C., these were held quadrennially in honor of Zeus
    $300 3
A S.C. merchant was captured at sea & charged room & board while imprisoned at this London landmark
    $300 19
She was 1st runner-up in the 1940 Miss Venice Beach Contest -- she didn't look like Lily Munster yet
    $300 29
Named for an island in the Netherlands Antilles, it's a liqueur flavored with orange peel
    $300 14
Marie Osmond had real success with this 1973 song about artificial flowers
    $300 24
Raquel Welch made her Broadway debut in this musical, replacing Lauren Bacall
    $300 9
Though Zeus had over 100 mistresses, he chose her, his sister, to be his wife
    $400 4
Though a symbol of the war, this organization of citizen-soldiers existed only for about 6 months
    $400 20
This beauty contest title was taken away from Zsa Zsa Gabor because she was underage
    $400 30
This tall rum drink shares its name with the stick you might use to stir it
    $400 15
With 2 previous big hits, Gordon Lightfoot was cruising down a Carefree 1 of these in '74
    $400 25
Jack Klugman sang with Ethel Merman in this musical, but he kept his clothes on
    $400 10
Zeus led a revolt against this group & dethroned his father, Cronus
    $500 5
This 2nd cousin of our 2nd president helped found the Sons of Liberty
    $500 21
Formerly Miss South Dakota, she now co-hosts "Entertainment Tonight"
    $500 27
A Scarlett O'Hara mixes cranberry juice, lime juice & this liquor
    $500 16
In the '70s Elvis had only 2 top 10 hits, "The Wonder of You" & this hot number of 1972
    $500 26
Before "Roots" LeVar Burton's only sizable role was as Ali Hakim in this musical at USC
    $500 11
Zeus' 2 most important symbols were the eagle & this, hurled as a weapon

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

George Frank Garrett
$1,900 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Frank Garrett
$3,600 $700 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
It has more people than all the other South American nations combined
    $200 9
Phileas Fogg, gentleman
    $200 5
1st held in 1876, the Bayreuth Festival was planned by this German opera composer to play his own works
    $200 26
"Canine" phrase used to describe rock collecting enthusiasts
    $200 16
From Latin to "lie down on", the device in which premature babies lie down
    $200 18
He warned his followers he could die in March 1987 if they didn't help him raise $8 million
    $400 7
This North American mountain range is named for the waterfalls of the Columbia River
    $400 10
Lennie Small, migrant worker
    $400 4
Desiring a teacher, Gershwin sought out this composer of "Bolero", who told him he didn't need one
    $400 27
This mineral is crushed, powdered & glued onto paper to make disposable nail boards
    $400 17
From Latin for "an image", one of a hated person might be burned
    $400 19
Sec'y of Defense thru much of the '60s, the Vietnam War was sometimes called his war
    DD: $1,000 8
It's the northernmost country that's a member of the Organization of American States
    $600 11
Jude Fawley, stonecutter's apprentice
    $600 1
Written in 1723, this German's "Magnificat in D Major" is magnificent
    $600 28
This landmark at the mouth of the Mediterranean is a large block of limestone
    $600 23
One dying for his faith, like a Christian thrown to lions, is called this from the Greek for "witness"
    $600 20
Die-hard basketball fans remember him as "The Big O"
    $800 14
Yellowknife, Canada's smallest capital, is capital of this territory
    $800 12
Wolf Larsen, tramp schooner captain
    $800 2
Rimsky-Korsakov's student, he later composed "Petrushka"
    DD: $4,000 29
In "America the Beautiful", type of white gypsum used to describe the gleam of the cities
    $800 24
From the Greek for "a race track", Circus Maximus in Rome was an example of this type of equestrian arena
    $800 21
Though he directed the team that made the 1st atomic bomb, he opposed making the hydrogen bomb
    $1000 15
Though this British colony has only 19,000 people, as of 1982 it had over 400 licenses banks
    $1000 13
Jonathan Harker, lawyer
    $1000 3
He composed "Faust" &, in 1869, the Vatican National Anthem
    $1000 30
Kimberlite, a mineral in which diamonds are found, was named for a city in this country
    $1000 25
This fancy word for an indoor swimming pool is Latin for "a place for swimming"
    $1000 22
This humorist wrote short pieces for The New Yorker & made short subjects for M-G-M

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Frank Garrett
$6,200 $7,300 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1542 this island group was named for the future King of Spain

Final scores:

George Frank Garrett
$12,400 $2,200 $18,300
2nd place: a trip to Fort Myers, Florida 3rd place: Krementz jewelry New champion: $18,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Frank Garrett
$6,200 $8,000 $6,000
16 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1988-11-01
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