Show #1219 - Thursday, December 14, 1989

Missing introductions.


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Susan Guise, a college instructor from contestant search in Burlington

Avrom Simon, a physician from Chicago, Illinois

Tony Parkes, a square dance caller from contestant search in the Boston area (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
The Spaniel's name indicates it must have originated in this country
    $100 11
She's the Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom
    $100 26
Christopher Wren redesigned many of the churches in this city after the Great Fire of 1666
    $100 12
Talking about this, his band, Robert Plant once said, "Zep is the ultimate unit"
    $100 1
King Darius cast this prophet into a den of lions because he prayed to God
    $100 17
Percy Faith & His Orchestra won a 1960 Grammy for this movie "Theme"
    $200 3
At nearly 250 pounds & 6 feet tall, it's the largest marsupial
    $200 19
Philippine leader whose given name means "heart" in Spanish
    $200 27
You can buy copies of the china this architect designed for Tokyo's Imperial Hotel
    $200 13
"I felt like Leonardo da Vinci," said this "Terminator" of his body sculpting
    $200 4
He slew 1,000 Philistines with the jawbone of an ass
    $200 18
According to a Seals & Croft song, it "makes me feel fine, blowin' through the jasmine in my mind"
    $300 8
Of bird, reptile or monkey, the animal group that includes the cassowary
    $300 20
In 1982 West German chancellor Helmut Schmidt was replaced by this Helmut
    $300 28
Charles Garnier designed this city's famed opera house, as the "Phantom" could tell you
    $300 14
Director who lamented "'Star Wars' is about 25% of what I wanted it to be"
    $300 5
John 11:35, "Jesus wept", holds this distinction
    $300 21
Title of the Lovin' Spoonful hit that follows the opening words "Hot town..."
    $400 9
It's the largest living primate
    $400 22
This president-for-life left Haiti for France in 1986 after his government was ousted
    $400 29
Refusing to live in a "used" palace, he had Albert Speer design him a new one
    $400 15
"Dark Tower" author who said "We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones"
    $400 6
His 12 sons founded the 12 tribes of Israel
    $400 23
According to a 1958 Eddie Cochran song, "There ain't no cure for" these
    $500 10
Unlike an octopus which has 8, a squid has this many tentacles
    $500 25
This 1st president of Kenya, who died in 1978, has been revered as the father of his country
    $500 30
I. M. Pei, who was born in this country, became a U.S. citizen in 1954
    $500 16
46-year-old singer who once said, "I'd rather die than be 45 & still singing 'Satisfaction' "
    $500 7
According to Luke 2:1, this Roman ruler decreed "that all the world should be taxed"
    DD: $500 24
The Brothers Four, who weren't related but were fraternity brothers, had a hit with this song:

"A time just for plantin', a time just for ploughin' / A time to be courtin' a girl of your own / 'Twas so good to be young then..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Tony Avrom Sue
$1,900 $900 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tony Avrom Sue
$3,100 $2,500 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
By saying the magic words "Open sesame", he gains access to the cave of the 40 thieves
    $200 21
A proposal was made in Geneva for a phone or teletype link between the Kremlin & this building
    $200 26
Indonesia shares this, the world's 3rd largest island, with Malaysia & Brunei
    $200 8
The word "dollar" appears on these 2 coins
    $200 2
She played the title roles in "Isadora", "Julia" & "Agatha"
    $200 7
A Paul Bunyan story tells of a winter so cold that the snow was this color
    $400 13
The Spitz is Buck's arch rival, & Buck eventually kills him in this Jack London novel
    $400 22
In 1962 NASA sent Mariner II off toward this planet; in 1989 they sent Magellan
    $400 27
Guernsey & Jersey are 2 of the islands in this group, Britain's only remnant from the duchy of Normandy
    $400 9
They're the only 2 coins with buildings on the back
    $400 3
This "Police" man starred in the films "Brimstone & Treacle" & "The Bride"
    $400 15
Using a microscope, Wilson Bentley of Vermont devoted his life to photographing these
    $600 14
Huxley novel in which Lenina Crowne & Bernard Marx visit a New Mexico Indian reservation
    $600 23
In 1962 Uganda became the 110th country to join the U.N., & this country cast its 100th veto
    $600 28
This group of islands off Southern California became a national park in 1980
    DD: $3,000 10
They're the presidents on the front of the smallest & largest coins in size
    $600 4
He was Logan in "Logan's Run" & D'Artagnan in "The Three Musketeers"
    $600 16
Varieties of this crop include Pawnee, Cheyenne, Comanche & Wichita
    DD: $2,100 19
In Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" she starts her story with a rambling prologue about her 5 husbands
    $800 24
Eisenhower said this dance craze represented "some kind of change in our standards"
    $800 29
The U.S. began atomic tests on this atoll in the Marshall Islands July 1, 1946
    $800 11
The 2 presidents shown with bows in their hair
    $800 5
Leo McKern played this bulky British barrister on PBS
    $800 17
Covering this part of your body should be a top priority since 50% of body heat escapes thru it
    $1000 20
Character in the Sheraton play "The Rivals" known for her funny misuse of the language
    $1000 25
French president de Gaulle named this man, later his successor, to succeed Michel Debré as premier
    $1000 30
Mount Cook is the highest mountain in this South Pacific island country
    $1000 12
The back of a dime shows sprigs of both an olive & this tree
    $1000 6
She played an opium-smoking madam in Robert Altman's "McCabe & Mrs. Miller"
    $1000 18
This North American hare is named for its big feet that help it get around in winter

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tony Avrom Sue
$7,000 $7,700 $3,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1955 play set in Mississippi takes place on a family patriarch's birthday

Final scores:

Tony Avrom Sue
$1 $14,100 $3,000
3rd place: Magnavox 20" TV + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $14,100 2nd place: Hotpoint range & Villeroy &Boch 8-piece breakfast set + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tony Avrom Sue
$8,700 $7,700 $4,100
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
3 W
8 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1989-08-29
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