Show #533 - Wednesday, December 24, 1986


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Kathleen Hagen, a registered nurse originally from Ottawa, Canada

Morgan Sloane, a writer and director originally from New York City

Frank Ford, a teacher from Santa Monica, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Loreta Velasquez, later a rebel spy, was wounded in action while disguised as 1 of these
    $100 16
El Al
    $100 11
Walter Winchell called it "a place where they shoot too many pictures & not enough actors"
    $100 1
After she fled, 500 imported black brassieres were found in this foreign 1st lady's closet
    $100 21
Contrary to what he sang, Barry Manilow didn't write this 1976 #1 hit; Bruce Johnston did
    $100 22
In French cuisine, the entire frog is generally thrown away except for this part
    $200 7
The Living History display at Petersburg, VA.'s battlefield depicts this side's camp & point of view
    $200 17
China Airlines
    $200 12
A bee's flat
    $200 2
This "Lois Lane" was born so far north her birth certificate is in Eskimo & English
    $200 23
Of Johann, Richard, or Levi, the Strauss who composed "Der Rosenkavalier"
    $200 27
Distinctive feature of "Our Gang"s "Froggy" that earned him the nickname
    $300 8
On Richmond's Monument Ave., statues of war casualties Stuart & Jackson face this direction
    $300 18
    $300 13
Breath that takes yours away
    $300 3
Her American great-grandma was disinherited for marrying an Englishman; she became princess doing the same
    $300 24
Today you might have to give his "Mother Goose" a "G" rating &, because of Bo, his "Bolero" an "X"
    DD: $900 28
Name of the frog mentioned in this song:

If I were the king of the world
Tell you what I'd do
I'd throw away the cars and the bars and the war
Make sweet love to you
Sing it now

Joy to the world
All the boys and girls...
    $400 9
While occupying VA.'s Berkeley Plantation, Gen. Daniel Butterfield composed this bugle call
    $400 19
    $400 14
Meaning devastation, Antony said Caesar's spirit shall "cry" it "& let slip the dogs of war"
    $400 4
This "Colbys" star used to model nude for $1.25 an hour "plus a cup of coffee & a cookie"
    $400 25
He's said "The Coronation of Spring" is closer to his original meaning than "Rite of Spring"
    $500 10
Surprisingly, this historic document allowed slavery to continue in states within the Union
    $500 20
    $500 15
Mentally erratic, or the metal used to bind dried grass or straw
    $500 5
The "Center for the Strange" predicted this ex-president will write an erotic best seller
    $500 26
Paul Simon said it was "the only new song that made it into 'The Graduate'"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Frank Morgan Kathleen
-$200 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Morgan Kathleen
$2,100 $900 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Cumin, coriander, turmeric & other spices make up this generic Indian seasoning
    $200 16
Esquire columnist Bob Greene is credited for this word for young urban professionals
    $200 11
NBC's "Riptide" ripped into this ABC competition by using parodies of Maddie & Dave
    $200 1
Liliuokalani was the 1st woman to reign over this island country & its last monarch
    $400 7
This term for the rainy season comes from the wind that brings the rain
    $400 17
Ancient Greeks named these animals "arktos" though they never saw the white ones in the Arctic
    $400 12
He found "Murder on the Orient Express" & "Death on the Nile"; maybe he shouldn't travel
    $400 25
Desert species of this arthropod grow up to 8 in. but don't necessarily have 100 legs
    $400 2
The princess who presented the Oscar to Ernest Borgnine
    DD: $300 8
While India & Pakistan have been disputing this region, China's grabbed part of it
    $600 18
A sweet syrupy drink associated with American South, from Persian "gul", rose, and "ab", water
    $600 13
This stout Stout detective has been honored on a Nicaraguan postage stamp
    $600 24
Concealed enclosure for shooting wildlife with guns or cameras
    $600 3
Born Princess Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst, she was Russia's empress during the American Revolution
    $800 9
In 1972, this outcast group formed the "Oppressed-Panthers", modeled after U.S. Black Panthers
    DD: $400 19
From the Latin "cuneus" meaning wedge-shaped, since early forms of these "pocket items" were
    $800 14
R. Chandler changed the detective's name in old stories to make a collection for this one
    $800 21
Flying great distances at speeds near 20 mph, this butterfly is often called "The Wanderer"
    $800 4
Princess Alice of Greece, the deaf mother of this prince consort, could lip-read in 4 languages
    $1000 23
While an ampere is the unit of electric current, this is the unit of electric potential & force
    $1000 10
Baptized members of this religion who cut their hair are considered renegades
    $1000 20
The Latin word meaning "curl of hair" is descriptive name of this high, wispy type of cloud
    $1000 15
Like Conan Doyle, this creator of Jules Maigret apparently tried to get rid of his detective
    $1000 22
Jazz group that could be found floating on lakes & ponds
    $1000 5
Virginia's Prince George County, formed in 1703, was named for the husband of this queen of England

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Morgan Kathleen
$5,500 $3,500 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Author credited for more New Testament books by far than anyone else

Final scores:

Frank Morgan Kathleen
$3,900 $3,600 $0
New champion: $3,900 2nd place: Tappan electric range + Zenith fun size TV 3rd place: Fultron car stereo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Morgan Kathleen
$4,900 $3,900 $3,500
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,300

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Game tape date: 1986-10-01
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