Show #434 - Thursday, May 8, 1986


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Dick Phil, an electrical engineer from Pleasanton, California

Jada Seesemann, a sales representative from Fullerton, California

David DeVincenzi, a fashion consultant originally from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Ocean you'd cross if you rowed from the Cape of Good Hope to Cape Horn the short way
    $100 4
Nickname for the South which might have come from the Louisiana $10 note, called "dix" by French
    $100 7
2,200,000 Americans & perhaps a lady of Spain say they play this instrument
    $100 1
This actress' 5th home exercise video is titled the "New Workout"
    $100 8
Other than during Reconstruction, Mississippi has never had a governor of this major party
    $100 18
A Gloria Pitzer cookbook duplicates the "11 secret herbs & spices" of this product
    $200 14
The Straits of Mackinac connect Huron with this lake
    $200 19
Open-air market for secondhand articles, named for critters believed to inhabit these "antiques"
    $200 24
7% of the 3rd graders in Oklahoma say they chew this "adults only" substance
    $200 2
In 1985, she played a French resistance courier, after playing a French lieutenant's woman in 1981
    $200 9
Eugene McCarthy called this vice president "Nixon's Nixon"
    $200 23
In 1888, several U.S. states adopted this Australian system of voting
    DD: $500 15
Any 3 countries bordering the Baltic Sea
    $300 20
From Latin for "nephew", it's process by which officeholders put their family members into office
    $300 3
1966's "Georgy Girl" was a "heavyweight" role, but she's lightened up since
    $300 10
He met with Jesse Jackson on Nov. 19, 1985 when Ronald Reagan declined to
    $300 25
One is changed to change "Zu bulg wuk" into "Go home now"
    $400 16
WWII Japanese offensive was checked for 1st time in this sea named for its many reefs
    $400 21
Since the 1st translated into English were Italian, they were named from Italian for "something new"
    $400 5
Says as she descends into madness, "All right Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my closeup"
    $400 11
In 1935 someone complained this La. governor suffered "from halitosis of the intellect"
    $400 26
1 of 2 men who hosted versions of "I've Got a Secret"
    $500 17
The Salmon River in this Western state is longest U.S. river entirely within 1 state
    $500 22
From Middle Eng. "goose summer", it referred to autumn days when "filmy cobwebs floated on calm air"
    $500 6
"If I'd been a ranch they
would have called me the bar nothing" she said as "Gilda" in 1946
    $500 12
When an architect praised the White House at length this
president simply said, "Suits me"
    $500 27
"It's no secret anymore" that this song from 1953's "Calamity Jane" won an Oscar

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

David Jada Dick
$900 -$200 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Jada Dick
$1,100 $500 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
In 1985, this sprawling James Michener "state" debuted as a #1 best seller
    $200 1
It's illegal to reveal shortwave conversations intercepted from this Presidential plane
    $200 5
He may have left The Commodores, but he stayed with Motown, "Truly"
    $200 15
Nicknamed "the flower with a face", this "wimpy" bloom is a domesticated violet
    $200 18
Ghosts Marion & George Kerby haunted this banker who, on TV, lived in their former home
    $200 4
"Rambo's" debut
    $400 11
Stephen Crane's 1st ambition was to play this sport professionally
    $400 2
In WWII, the mosquito, a British bomber, was made largely of this, laminated wood
    DD: $800 6
Only group in history of Billboard Top 100 to have 1st 4 singles go to No. 1 including the following:

"You and I must make a pact / We must bring salvation back"
    $400 16
From French for "buttonhole", it's a flower worn in one
    $400 22
Grandson of Standard Oil's John D., he became president of Chase Manhattan Bank
    $400 10
In spite of its name, this "nosy" canine has no real fondness for the red stuff
    $600 12
Because it depicted a religious figure's sexuality, his "Elmer Gantry" was banned in Boston in 1927
    $600 3
This major airline based in Miami led the way in hiring Black pilots
    $600 7
Known for "punk-funk", in 1981 he invaded our radios with "Super Freak"
    $600 17
Classical Greek name for the daffodil, from myth about a vain youth turned into a flower
    $600 23
A descendant of this German banking family became 1st Jewish member of British House of Commons
    $600 19
A leech or a loanshark
    DD: $400 13
Shortly before his death, Henry James became a citizen of this country
    $800 8
Marvin Gaye's partnership with her lasted from 1967 until her death in 1970
    $800 25
Known also as the marsh marigold, it sounds like it could be bovine lingerie
    $800 24
On "The Lucy Show", he played Lucy's banker boss
    $800 20
Thomas Thompson's best seller about mysterious death of Texas millionaire Joan Hill
    $1000 14
Author of ghost story "Rappaccini's Daughter", he appeared as a ghost to his son
    $1000 27
The Four Aims joined Motown in 1964, after changing their "aim" & their name to this
    $1000 26
Flowers ending with bane, such as the dogbane, were believed to be this
    $1000 21
Spanish playwright Garcia Lorca's classic drama about an unfaithful bride

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Jada Dick
$3,700 $1,100 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After debuting in opening credits of a 1963 film, this character got his own theatrical cartoon series

Final scores:

David Jada Dick
$5,199 $0 $0
2-day champion: $11,198 3rd place: Hitachi 13" color TV 2nd place: Typhoon wicker vanity set + Carrington House carpets

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Jada Dick
$4,600 $700 $2,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $7,300

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Game tape date: 1985-12-04
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