Show #1176 - Monday, October 16, 1989


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Rick Ostrow, a publicist and freelance writer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Barbara Rose, a teacher from Lander, Wyoming

Stacie Macias, a homemaker from Lake Elsinore, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Another title for the pope, it also begins with "P"
    $100 7
To see Bogie's footprints, go to 6925 Hollywood Boulevard, the address of this theater
    $100 6
The birthplace of Nero's mother, this city on the Rhine was made a colony by the Romans, who called it Colonia
    $100 1
Harper's Bible Dictionary says early Christians thought his book was better than Mark's, so they put it 1st
    $100 12
"I wonder who, who, who wrote" this book
    $100 26
Perhaps an alteration of "huddles", it's a lot, as in a lot of pasta or French dogs
    $200 20
"Knot" tied by the father of King Midas & cut by Alexander the Great
    $200 18
This theater is home to the Rockettes
    $200 8
This country ranks No. 4 in population after China, India & the USSR
    $200 2
Andrew & his brother Peter gave up this business to become full time apostles
    $200 13
Elvis Presley Music shares the rights to this song in which the singer owes his "soul to the company store"
    $200 27
You're in big trouble if you're in this type of "water"
    $300 21
Word that follows "Prometheus" in the title of a drama by Shelley
    $300 19
This film debuted December 15, 1939 at Leow's Grand Theater in Atlanta
    $300 9
When Greek colonists founded this city on the Bosporus, they called it Byzantium
    $300 3
It's said Jesus picked 12 disciples to coincide with the 12 of these
    $300 14
In 1988 buying your true love all the gifts mentioned in this song would have cost $67,745.54
    $300 28
Amount of cookies produced in one baking, it's from Old English for "bake"
    $400 22
Japanese dish in which fish or veggies are dipped in batter or deep-fried
    $400 25
In the 1950s, NYCs Fulton Theater was renamed for this "First Lady of the American theater"
    $400 10
After it roars over the falls, the Niagara River flows into this Great Lake
    $400 4
This apostle wouldn't believe Jesus was resurrected unless he could touch his wounds
    $400 15
In the '50s Patti Page had a major hit singing this song, now the state song of Tennessee
    $400 29
From the name of the giant king in a Rabelais satire comes this adjective for enormous
    $500 23
According to the title of a David Niven autobiography, "The Moon's" one of these
    DD: $900 24
"Chapter Two" opened at the Eugene O'Neill Theater, which, not surprisingly, is owned by this playwright
    $500 11
A re-enactment of the wedding of the Doge & the sea takes place in this city
    $500 5
Jesus called these brothers the "sons of thunder"
    $500 16
Elton John & Bernie Taupin wrote this song that's subtitled "I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time"
    $500 30
From the Norwegian for "lump", it's a lump of whipped cream put on a pie

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

Stacie Barbara Rick
$2,200 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stacie Barbara Rick
$3,900 $2,100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
1 of 2 plays for which Tennessee Williams won a Pulitzer Prize
    $200 16
Appropriately, this New England city's Museum of Fine Arts sells a book of recipes for tea parties
    $200 26
On May 1, 1898 in Manila Bay, Admiral George Dewey told him, "You may fire when you are ready"
    $200 21
In an effort to save these animals from ivory hunters, Kenya has ordered poachers shot on sight
    $200 4
A winner for "Police Woman" in 1975, she was voted Most Promising Newcomer in 1960
    $200 9
An insect larvae that literally feeds on books, or a person who does it figuratively
    $400 15
Katherine Anne Porter book based on a journey she took from Veracruz to Bremerhaven in 1931
    $400 18
Lillian Vernon's mail-order company is based in Mount Vernon in this state, not Virginia
    $400 27
For defeating Napoleon at the Battle of the Nile in 1798, this British admiral became a baron
    $400 22
This "clock" bird goes into nests of other birds, steals an egg & lays 1 that looks like the host's
    $400 5
In 1989 this former mayor won a Golden Globe for directing "Bird"
    $400 10
A bachelor's "colorful" book, with listings from Abigail to Zelda
    $600 1
He created crossword puzzles for a Russian newspaper in Berlin before writing "Lolita"
    $600 17
A San Francisco company that sells these lets you "dial-a-tune" to hear the melodies before ordering
    $600 23
While some insects die or hibernate when winter approaches, monarch butterflies do this
    $600 6
She won 2 years in a row, for "Romancing the Stone" & "Prizzi's Honor"
    $600 11
What a judge is said to do when he gives an offender the maximum sentence
    DD: $1,000 2
In 1943 Daphne de Maurier moved into Menabilly, the manor this fictional place was based on
    $800 19
Country that's clearly best for crystal shopping in Scandinavia since it's home to both Kosta & Orrefors
    $800 24
This part of the Triton has been valued since antiquity
    $800 7
Judy Garland & James Mason both won in 1955 for their roles as a married couple in this film
    $800 12
Jimmy Stewart was bewitched by Kim Novak in this 1958 comedy
    $1000 3
Writer whose "merry pranks" are detailed in Tom Wolfe's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test"
    $1000 20
The Swiss Colony is famous for these Dobosh desserts; some are shaped like Christmas trees
    DD: $1,000 25
Called "the leopard cat of America", if taken young, it can be tamed:
    $1000 8
Character actor who won for "Mission: Impossible" in 1968 & "Tucker" in 1989
    $1000 13
The other name for "I Ching", the ancient Chinese book of divination

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stacie Barbara Rick
$6,700 $4,300 $2,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1940 Disney title character wore a Tyrolean hat

Final scores:

Stacie Barbara Rick
$8,600 $8,500 $50
3-day champion: $34,200 2nd place: a trip to Freeport, the Bahamas via Delta Air Lines 3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs + Nintendo Entertainment System with the Family & Junior Editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stacie Barbara Rick
$7,700 $4,300 $4,500
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1989-06-26
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