Show #2071 - Monday, September 13, 1993

Brian Moore game 5.


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Victor Berrellez, a commercial banker from Sherman Oaks, California

Leslie Woods, a sales administrator originally from Shenandoah, Pennsylvania

Brian Moore, a teacher from Austin, Texas (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter M. I will give you a clue and tell you how many letters and you have to come up with the word.)
    $100 1
New Bern, N.C. was founded by European colonists in 1710 & named for a city in this country
    $100 24
When John Goodman won for this sitcom, he joked, "I'd like to thank our 50-odd producers..."
    $100 13
"Good Housekeeping" leads to "Better Homes &" these
    $100 16
Adding a bit of strontium will give these a crimson color when they burst in the sky
    $100 11
Cherries jubilee consists of cherries that are flambeed & spooned over this
    $100 6
Cat call
    $200 2
The Oregon grape is Oregon's official state one of these, not its state fruit
    $200 25
This star won the first Golden Globe Special Achievement Award, for "Aladdin"
    $200 15
Spy is a magazine by itself & Spy vs Spy is part of this humor magazine
    $200 17
Steps to extract this element, Co, from copper ore include roasting, leaching & electrolysis
    $200 12
There is no fat in this "heavenly" cake made with stiffly beaten egg whites
    $200 7
Wise men
    $300 3
J. Edgar Hoover was born in this city & a building there is named for him
    $300 26
This actor got a shock when he won for "Scent of a Woman"; he got a standing ovation, too
    $300 19
If the Count counted all the readers of this magazine based on a PBS kids' series, he'd count almost 1.2 million
    $300 18
In 1932 the first workable atom smasher broke lithium into this very light element
    $300 14
Named for the food of the Greek gods, it's made of chilled fruit mixed with coconut
    $300 8
Sugarcane cutter
    $400 4
Shamu knows there are 4 of these theme parks: in Cleveland, San Antonio, San Diego & Orlando
    $400 27
Gene Hackman bet that he wouldn't win for this Clint Eastwood Western; he lost $100
    $400 20
The Christmas edition of the French Vogue was edited by this Tibetan Buddhist leader
    $400 21
You can find this element symbolized Bi in the Andes, so it's really "none of yours"
    $400 29
Henri Charpentier is credited with inventing this fancy French pancake dish
    $400 9
Written reminiscence
    DD: $400 5
After the Civil War, Confederate general P.G.T. Beauregard managed the lottery in this, his home state
    $500 28
This widow of Lord Olivier won 2 Golden Globes, for "Stalin" & "Enchanted April"
    $500 23
From 1937 to 1971 Gardner Cowles spent his life publishing this weekly picture magazine
    $500 22
Its atomic number, 6, is half its atomic weight, 12
    $500 30
The dough for this flaky apple dessert famous in Austria was brought there by Turkish invaders
    $500 10
Dean of music

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Brian Leslie Victor
$600 $300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Leslie Victor
$2,500 $2,400 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This future Israeli leader married Morris Myerson, a sign painter, in 1917
    $200 11
He began his autobiography, which translates as "My Struggle", in Munich's Landsberg Prison
    $200 5
The tango is alive & well in the bars & cabarets of the San Telmo district of this Argentinian city
    $200 14
The office remained vacant for over 3 years after he moved to the presidency in 1945
    $200 21
"I never knew my heart could sing, never missed a warm embrace, till April in" this city
    $200 23
Once upon a time this Dane described life as "a fairy tale"
    $400 2
1922 Nobel Peace Prize winner Fridtjof Nansen spent 1893-96 trying to reach this point on Earth
    $400 12
This slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald died in 1967 while awaiting retrial
    $400 7
This Czech capital is located on the Vltava River
    $400 15
On January 6, 1961 he had to tell Congress that his opponent won the electoral vote for president
    $400 22
The song that tells us "I got daisies in green pastures, I got my man--who could ask for anything more?"
    $400 24
"Pinocchio" may be the most famous children's book ever written in this country
    $600 3
Llywelyn ap Gruffydd was the last independent prince of this country
    $600 13
This "lucky" New York mafia boss was deported in 1946; we guess his luck ran out
    $600 8
Quezon City, once the capital, is this country's second-most populous city
    $600 18
He was 53 when he became vice president; later, a 53-year-old Thomas Jefferson was his VP
    $600 28
This singer introduced the classic torch song "The Man That Got Away" in the 1954 film "A Star Is Born"
    $600 25
Surprisingly, Ayn Rand once said her favorite popular writer was this creator of Mike Hammer
    $800 4
In 1875 this banking family floated the Suez Canal loan
    DD: $3,000 16
From about 1905-1915, Mary Mallon spread this disease to over 50 people, causing 3 deaths
    DD: $3,000 9
The name of this dynamic Asian city-state means "lion city"
    $800 19
He was vice president between Agnew & Rockefeller
    $800 29
He wrote "Mad About The Boy" & "Mad Dogs And Englishmen"
    $800 26
This English Romantic poet didn't have long to live when he wrote his "Ode on Melancholy" in 1819
    $1000 6
Pothinus, an advisor to Ptolemy XIII, had this rival of Julius Caesar killed
    $1000 17
This "Red Light Bandit" wrote 4 books while on Death Row, including "Trial by Ordeal" in 1955
    $1000 10
Punta Arenas in this country is the largest city located on the Strait of Magellan
    $1000 20
2 of the 3 vice presidents who called Texas their home
    $1000 30
"Me And My Shadow" is one of many timeless tunes with lyrics by this showman who married Fanny Brice
    $1000 27
She set "Fried Green Tomatoes..." in Alabama & "Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man" in Mississippi

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Leslie Victor
$16,500 $2,200 $6,300
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of this large lake's biggest gulfs are Emin Pasha in the southwest & Speke in the southeast

Final scores:

Brian Leslie Victor
$12,600 $1 $4,800
5-day champion: $62,002 3rd place: Bob Mitchell Designs fine hand-screened wall coverings & fabrics + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System & the Sega Genesis System 2nd place: a trip to Tampa, Florida on Delta Airlines & a week at Saddlebrook Resort

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Leslie Victor
$12,100 $2,200 $6,700
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R,
1 W
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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Game tape date: 1993-07-20
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