Show #470 - Friday, September 26, 1986


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Zanete Barons, a freelance writer from Roseville, California

Mark Zickel, a hammock salesman from San Diego, California

Don Tracy, a lawyer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
Some on this side called the conflict "Our 2nd War of Independence"
    $100 17
Once an actors' agent, she put herself up to play Pam Ewing
    $100 4
Pacific atoll where atomic tests weren't itsy-bitsy at all
    $100 1
He starred in "Rio Grande", "Rio Bravo" & "Rio Lobo"
    $100 14
Antiseptic mouthwash named for 1st doctor to use antiseptics in surgery
    $100 7
In song, it's asked to "weep for me"
    $200 26
The North's uniform wasn't standardized until this year, 2 years after the war began
    $200 16
When he talks about Victoria on "The Tonight Show", he's referring to his wife
    $200 9
NBC is in the southwest part, & the actual downtown, "beautiful" or not, is to the east
    $200 2
Of about 2 hours, 3 hours, or 4 hours, the original running time of the Elizabeth Taylor "Cleopatra"
    $200 15
Makers of this diet supplement say it "has been around for 45 years; let the disease change its name"
    $200 8
Film with line "A boy who won't be good might just as well be made of wood"
    $300 28
Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address at the dedication of one of these
    $300 18
The "We" in "We are not amused"
    $300 10
The "King of the Road"s Maine destination
    $300 3
1975 film where Richard Dreyfuss played an ichthyologist
    DD: $500 22
Only medication that's mentioned in this song:

"She comes on like a rose but everybody knows / She'll get you in Dutch / You can look but you better not touch / Poison ivy, poison ivy…"
    $300 11
Completes John Heywood's line from 1546: "You can't see the wood..."
    $400 30
Even before Ft. Sumter was fired on, troops from this state captured the Charleston Arsenal
    $400 19
Begun in San Francisco in 1969, these franchised restaurants feature box cars & depot decors
    $400 20
Southern steel city named for a "sooty" steel center south of Staffordshire
    $400 5
It was the 1st sequel to "Dirty Harry"
    $400 23
Though it's for iron-deficient people of any age, its name is from Greek for "old"
    $400 12
Shade tree with heart-shaped leaves of the genus Tilia, TV actor Hal might be found under one
    $500 29
Lee conceded on April 9, 1865, which fell on this religious holiday
    $500 27
This Gothic soap opera began with governess Victoria Winters arriving at 7 Collinswood
    $500 21
The city on the Spree where East meets West across the "Schandmauer"
    $500 6
Director who knifed Nicholson's nose in "Chinatown"
    $500 24
Name shared by prescription pain killer & drug used to control the masses in "Brave New World"
    $500 13
The annual Berkshire Summer Music Festival is held on this estate in Lenox, Mass.

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Don Mark Zanete
$700 $1,400 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Mark Zanete
$2,300 $2,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'50'S TV
[NOTE: That is how the category name was displayed.]
    $200 6
In "The Yearling", the yearling is this
    $200 1
Exotic cocktail that sounds like it could be Frank Sinatra singing about his cravat
    $200 14
"The Father of Our Country"
    $200 21
On his 1952 musical variety show, the orchestra was led by his brother George
    $200 16
The Dionnes plus one would have been these
    $400 7
"Great" inhabitant of West Egg, Long Island
    $400 2
This cream-topped "Gaelic" drink was supposedly 1st made at the Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco
    $400 13
"The Sage of Monticello"
    $400 17
Singer Cricket Blake hung out with the "eyes" from this tropical private detective firm
    $400 22
Act II of "Lucia di Lammermoor" features one of these compositions for 6 voices
    $600 8
He starts from London's Reform Club & returns there less than 3 months later
    $600 3
"The angels' share" is the 1/4 lost through evaporation when wine is distilled into this
    DD: $700 23
The ides of March, it was the date in 44 B.C. upon which Caesar was assassinated
    $600 11
"Old Hickory"
    $600 18
This anthology series finished 6th in the '56-'57 season & 49th in '85-'86
    DD: $1,200 9
His adventures take him to the plains of Montiel, cave of Montesinos, & village of El Toboso
    $800 4
"Cocktail King" C. Ribalagua supposedly squeezed 80 million limes & made 10 million of these rum drinks
    $800 12
"Young Hickory"
    $800 19
According to the series title, Charles Bronson was "A Man with..." one of these
    $1000 10
Romantic gloom of Goethe's' "Sorrows of Young Werther" caused imitative rash of this by young Germans
    $1000 5
Differences in this property of liqueurs makes the layered look in a rainbow cordial possible
    $1000 24
Much to chagrin of Mark Antony, in his will Caesar adopted this grandnephew, making him his heir
    $1000 15
"The Red Fox of Kinderhook"
    $1000 20
In the opening, the announcer said these 2 "present 'The Mickey Mouse Club'"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Mark Zanete
$2,000 $1,600 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 4 corners on a Monopoly board are "Go", "Free Parking" & these 2

Final scores:

Don Mark Zanete
$3,900 $99 $4,300
2nd place: Admiral refrigerator & Aladdin portable fireplace 3rd place: Swintec typewriter New champion: $4,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Don Mark Zanete
$1,900 $1,400 $5,600
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $8,900

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Game tape date: 1986-08-12
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