Show #544 - Thursday, January 8, 1987

Keith Bell game 5.


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Judi Greenberg, a housewife from Northbrook, Illinois

Chris Desser, an attorney from Santa Monica, California

Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $37,051)

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Jeopardy! Round

1986 FILMS
[The "TH" was uppercase & the same size as the 20.]
    $100 12
The Hollywood Reporter said of this flick, "'lame duck' is no longer just a political term"
    $100 1
In London, the "telly" is the TV while the "tube" is this
    $100 24
Formalists might mistakenly call this small African antelope Richard-Richard
    $100 6
Early Times,
Ancient Age &
Old Crow
    $100 8
One was 1st detonated on July 15, 1945, just 12 days before Hiroshima
    $100 17
Paul McCartney, chicken restaurant in Buffalo, & "all God's chillun got" these
    $200 13
It was "Risky Business" when he made "All the Right Moves" on Kelly McGillis in "Top Gun"
    $200 2
Some of these in London are "Dirty Dick's", "Bull & Bush" & "Ye Old Cheshire Cheese"
    $200 25
Often used to hide smoker's breath, its formula is still a secret
    $200 7
Red Bull,
King Cobra &
Colt 45
    $200 9
In 1919, 21 people drowned in Boston when a tank of this sweet collasped
    $200 18
Where you'll find King Arthur's Carrousel next to Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
    $300 14
Although Jason's dead when the film begins, "Friday the 13th, Part VI is subtitled this
    $300 3
They called the city Londinium & built a wall around it
    DD: $300 27
Sharp singer who had her biggest hit with this song:

"A Mashed Potato started long time ago /
With a guy named Sloppy Joe /
You'll find this dance is so cool to do /
Come on baby, gonna teach it to you..."
    $300 11
Carmel &
Mogen David
    $300 10
Though fighting stopped in this year, the U.S. war with Germany didn't officially end until 1921
    $300 19
The 2 agricultural products named for Californians J.H. Logan & Rudolph Boysen
    $400 21
1 critic said calling Stallone's film "Cobra" was "unfair to" these
    $400 4
Most foreign newspapers represented in London also have their offices there
    $400 15
Both Queen Elizabeth & Pres. Eisenhower were present at the opening of this waterway in 1959
    $400 20
"Doonesbury" reported that Nancy Reagan's was sagging, so hundreds sent donations to save it
    $500 22
They played the father & son who had nothing in common in "Nothing in Common"
    $500 5
You've visited this London landmark at 13 Portsmouth Street; now read the book, by Dickens
    $500 26
Gilbey's &
    $500 16
Unjustly convicted of treason, in July 1906 this French officer was retried & found innocent
    $500 23
In 1913, when a man asked a woman to do the chicken scratch or kangaroo dip, he wanted her to do this

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

Keith Chris Judi
$100 $400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Chris Judi
$600 $1,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Jimmy Cagney's "Yankee Doodle Dandy", he was born on the 3rd, not the 4th, of July
    $200 2
Most visited permanent exhibit at Cooperstown Hall of Fame honors this player
    $200 6
New York landmark whose actual 100th anniversary was October 28, 1986, not July 4th
    $200 11
To get them in Cannes, you'd order "pommes frites"
    $400 3
Leaning on this product in a TV ad, Miles Davis says, "I'll play 1st & tell you about it later...maybe"
    $400 12
He still holds Major League record for highest "lifetime" batting average at .367
    $400 7
To the nearest billion, current population of the earth
    $400 17
This portal may lead to a balcony or, we should say, balcon
    DD: $1,000 4
Actress who complained "I am over Burt Bacharach now, except when I hear that damn music"
    $600 13
Even though he never hit more than 12 in a season, John Franklin Baker had this nickname
    $600 8
Tracked down by the FCC, John R. MacDougall confessed to being this video pirate on HBO
    $600 18
Trying on a designer gown in Paris, or an alternative to 1000 Island
    $800 5
Lyricist whose screenplays for "An American in Paris" & "Gigi" won him Oscars
    $800 14
The great Bob Feller played out his entire Major League career with this team
    DD: $500 21
1st Roman emperor attested to have become a Christian
    $800 9
By a single vote, the House of Commons has recently banned this in British schools
    $1000 16
Ex-wife R. Peters probably hit high Cs when reading this baritone's steamy 1978 novel, "Divas"
    $1000 15
This Hall of Famer who wouldn't go to movies lest it impair his eye-sight was called "The Rajah"
    $1000 19
Rome's 1st emperor, Octavian, took this name meaning "revered one"
    $1000 10
In July '86, Jason Jr. sent back photographs of this
    $1000 20
A nice finishing touch on a pant leg

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Chris Judi
$2,700 -$300 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only 2 presidents to win the Nobel Peace Prize, they ran against each other in 1912

Final scores:

Keith Chris Judi
$4,901 -$300 $4,399
5-day champion: $41,952 3rd place: Tappan electric range 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Caribbean & stay at Xanadu Resort

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keith Chris Judi
$2,600 $0 $2,200
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
7 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $4,800

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Game tape date: 1986-10-08
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