Show #477 - Tuesday, October 7, 1986


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Dennis Owens, an attorney from Kansas City, Missouri

Gale Mackey, a measurement office supervisor originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Carl Brady, a U.S. Navy flight officer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $22,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
The Senate membership increased to this number with Hawaii's 2 senators added in 1959
    $100 24
John Denver wanted these roads to "take me home"
    $100 21
This holiday is coming when "the geese are getting fat"
    $100 12
Donald O'Connor complained about this co-star, "6 pictures & the mule still gets more fan mail"
    $100 1
Japanese war cry that actually means "ten thousand years"
    $100 5
A sort of all-day sucker, or the rich old sucker who buys it for you
    $200 8
He 1st flew from California to New York to test his plane in 1927
    $200 27
It precedes "and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more"
    $200 22
Win or lose, geese often fly in this "lettered" formation
    $200 13
This Charlton Heston film could have been called "The Decalogue"
    $200 2
In the Western U.S., chickpeas are often referred to by this, their Spanish name
    $200 9
He & Orphan Annie make quite a pair; they both have white eyeballs, & he has no hair
    $300 11
In the 1st air hijacking in U.S., May 1, 1961, Antulio Ramirez forced a plane to go to this country
    $300 28
In question posed by The Beatles, "Why don't we do" this "in the road?"
    $300 23
East German soldiers start this movement from an extremely erect position
    $300 15
This film, the 1st with John Travolta in a starring role, came out in both "PG" & "R" rated versions
    $300 3
Term often used for a national style of cooking, in French it simply means "kitchen"
    DD: $500 10
Cole Porter wrote this, Mary Martin made it famous, & Count Basie plays it here:

["Instrumental music plays"]
    $400 14
It's said this religious leader's death paved the way for Utah Io become a state
    $400 29
If I take this, "I'll be in Scotland before ye"
    $400 25
Sacred geese were kept on this city's Capitoline Hill
    $400 16
This '59 film about aftermath about nuclear war opened Dec. 17 in NYC, Moscow & Melbourne, where it was set
    $400 4
Hebrew for "order", it's the ceremonial dinner taken in order on 1st night of Passover
    $400 19
Women's Wear Daily called this Turkish-born tycoon "Daddy O" when he was married to "Jackie O"
    $500 18
The unknown plot tn this Penn. city's Grandview Cemetery honors 777 victims of 1889 flood
    $500 30
1853 version of this begins "Up & down the city road, in & out the eagle"
    $500 26
Among the gaggle of stars in this action film were Richard Burton & Richard Harris
    $500 17
Gertie used this toy to teach E.T. English
    $500 6
Famed poet Rabindranath Tagore 1st suggested calling Gandhi "Mahatma", meaning this
    $500 20
Nursery rhyme "baby" whose "daddy's gone a-hunting"

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

Carl Gale Dennis
$400 $100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Gale Dennis
$1,600 $2,000 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Hydrophytes are plants that live tn this type of environment
    $200 7
Sex of Nathaniel West's advice columnist "Miss Lonelyhearts"
    $200 8
Of the AFC & NFC, the won that's won more Super Bowls
    $200 13
Nicaraguan "Freedom Fighters" that Ronald Reagan has compared to our Founding Fathers
    $200 1
Latin term sometimes used for a plea of "no contest"
    $200 2
In his hit song, Steve Martin said this phamous pharoah "gave his life for tourism"
    DD: $1,100 19
Pair of poets & lovers who couldn't "Barrett" when they were separated
    $400 9
Only Super Bowl at which attendance was far below stadium seating capacity
    $400 15
Of 5, 7, or 9, the number of countries that make up Central America
    $400 3
In 17th c. England, John Selden said this about ignorance of the law
    $600 20
Dickens' novel in which Little Nell's grandfather literally gives Daniel Quilp the business
    $600 10
City which has hosted the Super Bowl the most times--6
    DD: $3,000 16
The 2 Central American countries that border Mexico
    $600 4
The Volstead Act introduced this unpopular law
    $800 26
Meaning "putting together in light", it's process by which plants manufacture food
    $800 21
2-word title description of Thomas Hardy's Jude
    $800 11
1 of 3 quarterbacks to have been chosen Super Bowl MVP twice
    $800 17
1 of 2 capital cities that have a saintly prefix in their names
    $800 5
Meaning a small-scale version of 16th c. bankers, the Fuggers, it's now another word for shyster
    $800 25
Believed to be the seat of intelligence, this was usually left in place in Egyptian mummification
    $1000 23
This characteristic of marigolds makes them good natural insecticides, since it bugs bugs
    $1000 22
In Rabelais' epic, he's the giant father of Pantagruel, not a big ape
    $1000 12
Credit for having first called it the "Super Bowl" goes to this Kansas City Chief's owner
    $1000 18
Country with the largest population, largest city & the most universities in Central America
    $1000 6
Famed defense lawyer who titled one of his books "The Defense Never Rests"
    $1000 24
Lacking a Michelin Guide, pharoahs were buried with this, their guidebook to the underworld

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Gale Dennis
$2,400 -$600 $1,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Hero of World War II, last viceroy of India, & victim of the IRA

Final scores:

Carl Gale Dennis
$2,800 -$600 $2,200
4-day champion: $24,900 3rd place: Casio CW-30 typewriter 2nd place: trip on Western to Las Vegas & stay at Las Vegas Hilton

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carl Gale Dennis
$2,900 -$600 $5,500
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
7 W
16 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $7,800

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Game tape date: 1986-08-19
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