Show #264 - Thursday, September 12, 1985

Returning champions were placed at the far right lectern.


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Richard Chamberlain, a traffic accident investigator from Shelby, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,200)

Teresa O'Neill, a contract administrator from Santa Clara, California

Charlotte Starbird, a teacher from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, a new category for us on Jeopardy!...)
    $100 22
East Indian word for "dust-colored", it's a U.S. Army & Air Force uniform material
    $100 2
Tina Turner turned her career around with this '84 album
    $100 6
In the film "Miracle on 34th Street", Santa Claus used this alias
    $100 13
While fiddling with his tie, he complains of getting no respect
    $100 8
Best-selling book of both '72 & '73 was this Richard Bach bird
    $100 1
A mule's father but, we hope, not yours
    $200 23
In the Roman army it was the rank of a man who commanded about 100 soldiers
    $200 3
Anna & the King of Siam's mutual musical question
    $200 17
Founder of the Mongol dynasty who ruled from the Black Sea to the Yellow Sea
    $200 14
Neckwear favored by Archibald Cox & Archie Andrews
    $200 9
J. Onassis was supervising editor for his autobiography, which should prove a "Thriller"
    $200 27
Song which warns, "If you hate to go to school, you could grow up to be a mule"
    $300 24
The Enterprise, Kitty Hawk, Nimitz, Midway, & Forrestal are the 5 classes of these
    $300 4
Loggins & Messina's 1973 "maternal" hit
    $300 18
They kept law & disorder in Mack Sennett comedies
    $300 15
Worn in Old West to keep dust out of your mouth or your face off the wanted posters
    $300 10
"Dr. Love", he must have loved having 3 best-selling books at the same time
    DD: $2,000 28
Singer for whom this was an early hit:

"Mule train! Hyah! Get on! /
Mule train! /
Clippety cloppin' over hill and plain /
Seems as how they never stop, clippety clop, clippety clop /
Clippety, clippety..."
    $400 25
In 1941, they enlisted in film as "Buck Privates" & "Came Home" in the 1947 sequel
    $400 5
"Swayin' To The Music" is real name of the '77 Johnny Rivers hit better known as this
    $400 19
Critics said he never got any close-ups as Barbra Streisand's co-star in "A Star Is Born"
    $400 16
British TV's TARDIS-traveling Time Lord who, when played by Tom Baker, wore a long scarf
    $400 11
With "Parachutes & Kisses" she's overcoming her "Fear of Flying"
    $500 26
U. S. military pilots who fly higher than 50 miles up earn this pilot ranking
    $500 7
"Men Without Hats" should have worn hard hats to sing this '84 hit
    $500 20
'40s bandleader who led the "Kollege of Musical Knowledge"
    $500 21
Barefoot pioneer of modern dance, strangled by own scarf in a bizarre motor accident
    $500 12
Master of the page-turner who wrote "Master of the Game"

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

Charlotte Teresa Richard
$400 $1,400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charlotte Teresa Richard
$1,800 $6,200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
As a baby he went sailing down the Nile in a basket boat
    $200 16
Walter Reed proved that yellow fever is transmitted by these
    $200 11
The climax of this 1964 James Bond film appropriately took place in Fort Knox
    $200 4
Pres. Washington sent Banneker & Ellicott to survey the site of this capital city
    $200 21
Curdled "diet" cheese eaten on a large scale in the U.S., England, & Israel
    $400 2
Milton described him as "eyeless in Gaza"
    $400 17
Louis Pasteur developed an immunization for this fatal disease carried by animals
    $400 12
It was his job to destroy Earth by making sure "The Horn Blows at Midnight"
    $400 5
Adept at getting women the vote, she couldn't keep her dollar afloat
    $400 22
Gouda & Edam cheese originated in this country
    $600 3
In order to stop a storm at sea, he told the sailors to throw him overboard
    $600 18
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is better known as disease which killed this ballplayer
    $600 13
In "The Poseidon Adventure", capsizing the ship disrupted this celebration
    $600 8
In Oct. '76. the public thought gov't. was giving them a pig in a poke with these inoculations
    $800 6
Because he asked God for wisdom & not wealth, he got both
    $800 19
Though ether was discovered long before, it wasn't until 19th c. that it was used for this
    $800 14
The football team Warren Beatty played for in "Heaven Can Wait"
    DD: $1,200 9
Series of papers written by Jay, Madison, & Hamilton during 1787-1788
    $800 24
Term for holes formed by gas trapped in cheese while it's ripening
    $1000 7
Hannah so fervently prayed for this that Eli the priest thought she was drunk
    $1000 20
In 1895, Iowa merchant Daniel Palmer founded form of this phys. therapy which means "hand effective"
    $1000 15
Name spelled out repeatedly by W.C. Fields & caller in "It's a Gift"
    $1000 10
What Gertrude Stein termed the rootless young Americans who flocked to Eur. after WWI
    DD: $2,000 25
This plant family ranges from 1-celled varieties to 200 ft. long giant kelp
    $1000 23
Made from stomach linings of calves, kids, or lambs, it coagulates milk

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charlotte Teresa Richard
$4,800 $12,600 $300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He replaced Bert Parks as host of Miss America pageant for 1980

Final scores:

Charlotte Teresa Richard
$100 $16,199 $600
3rd place: Hardwick deluxe Century Series gas range with continuous-cleaning oven New champion: $16,199 2nd place: Maytag full-size stacked washer & dryer + Chinon 35FA Super auto-everything 35 mm compact camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charlotte Teresa Richard
$4,400 $10,900 $2,300
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
30 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 1985-07-01
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