Show #1695 - Friday, January 3, 1992

Contestants

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Polly Morrice-Golvach, a freelance writer & editor from Houston, Texas

Eric Flaxman, a restaurateur from Conshohocken, Pennsylvania

Todd Lefkowitz, a physician from Scottsdale, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

TITLES
JOHN HUSTON
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
HISTORY
COMMON BONDS
"YANKEE"s
    $100 9
A Hindu prince ranking above a rajah, it means "great king"
    $100 26
Huston's 1969 film "A Walk with Love and Death" starred this 16-year-old actress, his daughter
    $100 14
A sumo wrestler falls for a stronger woman in "Three Strong Women: A Tall Tale from" this country
    $100 4
Henry VIII had her executed at the Tower of London in 1536 for alleged adultery & incest
    $100 18
Taleggio,
Fontinella,
Mozzarella
    $100 1
This slogan suggesting that Americans leave can be heard during periods of unrest in Latin America
    $200 10
When assassinated on June 28, 1914, Francis Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, had this title
    $200 27
Huston directed his father Walter's Oscar-winning performance as a prospector in this classic
    $200 17
Hans Christian Andersen story in which a little child says, "But he hasn't got anything on”
    $200 5
Around 986 A.D. he led fewer than 500 colonists to Greenland & founded Brattahlid
    $200 19
Robert the Bruce,
Robert Burns,
Rob Roy
    $200 2
Cagney did Cohan in this 1942 film
    DD: $500 11
The leaders of Kuwait, Qatar & Bahrain bear this title
    $300 28
The last scene of this Huston film features Clark Gable & Marilyn Monroe driving off in the dark
    $300 21
Profession of the man who killed 7 flies with 1 blow & knocked off a couple of giants, too
    $300 6
Its 1883 eruption spread debris around the world & created a tidal wave
    $300 20
Michael,
Joan,
Broderick
    $300 3
This novel's title character was knocked out & awoke to find himself in Camelot in 528 A.D.
    $400 15
The title of the supreme ruler of the Tatars in the Middle Ages, it's now a title of respect
    $400 29
Huston played Faye Dunaway's corrupt father in this 1974 film set in L.A.
    $400 22
In some versions this dead relative appears to Cinderella in the form of a cow
    $400 7
Ann Lee was the mover who founded the U.S. branch of this Quaker offshoot
    $400 24
Tour en l'air,
Tour jete,
Pirouette
    $400 12
This dish is made by braising a cut of beef, often with vegetables, & serving it in its own gravy
    $500 16
Similar to a mayor in the U.S., it's the chief magistrate of a town in Austria or Germany
    $500 30
"The Night of the Iguana" so popularized this Mexican resort city there's now a statue of Huston there
    $500 23
In a book by Christina Bjork, a girl named Linnea visits this artist's gardens at Giverny
    $500 8
In early 1942 the Allies made their last stand on this Luzon peninsula
    $500 25
Calliope,
Urania,
Terpsichore
    $500 13
The song "Whatever Lola Wants" was introduced by Gwen Verdon in this 1955 Broadway play

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

Todd Eric Polly
$1,100 $400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Eric Polly
$4,300 $600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
ARCHITECTURE
WORLD LEADERS
THE BIBLE
    $200 4
This Hungarian pianist wrote 20 Hungarian Rhapsodies
    $200 1
The U.S. has 2 federal cities, Port Angeles in the northwest & this one in the east
    $200 6
It's Spanish for "What will be, will be"
    $200 21
Portcullises, which were lowered to keep enemies out of castles, were commonly made of this metal
    $200 22
In 1973 he became prime minister of the Philippines; he was already the president
    $200 2
For the building of his palace and temple, King Solomon imported cedars from this country
    $400 7
His Prelude to Op. 28 in C sharp minor lasts about 20 seconds, & you thought his Minute Waltz was short
    $400 15
In 1875 the city of Richland in southern California was renamed this for its citrus trees
    $400 11
This popular Gaelic phrase means "Ireland Forever"
    $400 23
The front of a building, or a false or superficial appearance
    $400 28
In 1988 an international panel reported that this Austrian president had concealed his war record
    $400 3
Colossians 4:14 is the only place in the Bible where he is called "the beloved physician"
    $600 8
On a U.S. tour this "Salome" composer gave 2 concerts at Wanamaker's dep't store in New York
    $600 20
Adrian van der Donck was the "jonkheer", or squire, this city was named after
    $600 12
On discovering the principle of water displacement, Archimedes supposedly exclaimed this
    $600 30
A flying one of these is an arched support extending from a column to a wall
    $600 26
A devastating earthquake in Armenia cut short this leader's 1988 visit to the U.S.
    DD: $2,000 5
After Jesus, this king is the most mentioned man in the Bible
    $800 9
Hailed as Beethoven's successor, his first symphony in 1876 was dubbed by one pianist "The Tenth"
    DD: $1,000 16
Name of the channel that connects the Pacific & San Francisco Bay
    $800 13
This rhyming Chinese word means to touch one's head to the ground in respect, or to act servile
    $800 27
Fan vaulting is a feature of this medieval architectural style
    $800 24
Even though he was "President for Life", he was forced to flee Haiti in 1986
    $800 18
Moses, who was "slow of speech", had this brother act as his spokesman
    $1000 10
Nadejda von Meck subsidized this Russian composer for 14 years on the condition they never meet
    $1000 17
In 1869 one-armed major John Wesley Powell made the hazardous 1st trip down the length of this river
    $1000 14
Named for a French region, it's a sauce made of egg yolks, butter, tarragon, vinegar & herbs
    $1000 29
The largest temple ever built in the Corinthian style is named for this supreme god
    $1000 25
This Kenyan leader was probably at least 83 when he died in 1978; his birthdate was unknown
    $1000 19
Before Samson's birth, an angel announced that he would help deliver Israel from these people

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Eric Polly
$10,500 $2,800 $9,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN NOVELS
A BBC Radio musical called "The Blooms of Dublin" was based on this novel

Final scores:

Todd Eric Polly
$19,401 $2,800 $19,399
3-day champion: $28,200 3rd place: Cazal sunglasses and sport systems + NES and games 2nd place: trip for 2 to Honolulu

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Todd Eric Polly
$10,300 $3,800 $8,300
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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