Show #487 - Tuesday, October 21, 1986

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Ginny Manuel, a radio station salesperson originally from New York City

Doug Smith, a casting assistant from Santa Barbara, California

Janet Stevenson, a housewife originally from Sioux City, Iowa (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
The essedarii fought from these vehicles, Ben-Hur raced them
    $100 18
Movie studio, located at 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA, 91608
    $100 3
The Scottish island of Harris is famous for having given us this type of fabric
    $100 7
Being this kept both Greta Garbo in "Grand Hotel" & Anne Bancroft in "The Turning Point" on their toes
    $100 1
Literally Italian for "sailor style", it's a style of spaghetti sauce without meat
    $100 9
    $200 27
Not a chewing gum for gladiators, it's a 3-pronged spear
    $200 19
It's at 11 Wall St., New York, NY, 10005
    $200 8
Shakespeare notwithstanding,
he was actually a wise king, & his 17-year reign a time of prosperity
    $200 16
In this Hitchcock film full of bird imagery, Miss Crane from Phoenix is killed by a bird-stuffer
    $200 2
"Esquire" says to open this brew 15 minutes
before cooking with it to avoid too many bubbles
    $200 10
Though he may ride in the rear of a limousine, Muhammad Ali doesn't take this to anyone
    $300 20
The CIA keeps its eye on their embassy
at 1125 16th St. NW, Washington, DC, 20036
    $300 14
Probably most famous Scottish phrase, it means "old long since" or "long ago"
    $300 17
When she played his mother in "Hamlet" in 1948, Eileen Hurley was 13 years younger than this star
    $300 4
From French "to jump", it's cooking food in a little fat while shaking or tossing the ingredients
    $300 11
You do this to swim & stare at the stars at the same time
    $400 21
The Blues Brothers registered their car
to this ballpark address, 1060 West Addison, Chicago
    $400 15
Scottish highlander who gave us the story of a high-flying boy who won't grow up
    $400 22
Since this is now her profession, Dolores Hart doesn't go where the boys are anymore
    $400 5
To give it a round shape, Boston brown bread is traditionally baked in this
    $400 12
Daniel Boone, for example
    $500 24
Before you set a world record, contact them at 2 Sissel Court, London Road, Enfield, Middlesex, England
    $500 26
While Scottish valleys are called glens, specific Scottish mountain peaks are called this
    DD: $600 23
In both these Oscar-winning films of 1939 & 1965, when the heroines needed clothes, it was curtains
    $500 6
James Beard's basic recipe for this is 1 cup of rice, 4 tbsps. butter,
1 sliced onion, & 2 cups of broth
    $500 13
Construction workers really dig this machine

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Janet Doug Ginny
$300 $1,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Doug Ginny
$1,700 $2,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
(Alex: And since we had "BACK" WORDS in the first round, we have [*] in this one.)
    $200 20
In 1942, when Congress last did this, it involved Bulgaria, Hungary, & Romania
    $200 1
The subtitle of this song from "Man of La Mancha" is "The Quest"
    $200 14
Technically, this event is 42,195 meters long
    $200 6
After skipping her 1962 funeral, Arthur Miller exposed her fall in "After the Fall"
    $200 9
In basketball, even polite players become offensive at this position
    $400 21
A century before the English settled in Jamestown, these Europeans founded a settlement in South Carolina
    $400 2
In 1968, this sticky song
was a sweet chart topper for Bobby Goldsboro
    $400 15
Though always measured by length, the long jump used to be called this
    $400 7
"Fun & Games", "Walpurgisnacht" & "The Exorcism" are Edward Albee's names for this play's 3 acts
    $400 10
HCHO, or the wet stuff in which you preserve a dead frog
    $600 22
1930 Hawley-Smoot Act created the highest of these in American history
    $600 3
In "Ode to Billie Joe", it's Billie Joe's last name
    $600 17
Number of tries contestants are allowed to get over the bar in the high jump
    $600 8
Title of a Jean Genet play set in a brothel
or where in the theater you might sit to watch it
    $600 11
You do this when changing the shape of metal or copying the shape of a signature
    DD: $600 23
From 1825 on, this made it possible for settlers moving west to avoid crossing the Appalachians
    $800 4
The Stone Ponies' only top 40 hit, this 1968 song is also considered Linda Ronstadt's first hit
    $800 18
One lap around the track; some call it a sprint & others call it a middle distance
    $800 16
Heroine of Schiller's romantic tragedy, "Die Jungfrau von Orleans"
    DD: $1,000 12
In this spirited update of a familiar Lutheran hymn, what God is compared to:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $1000 25
Commission investigating the Challenger tragedy was headed by this former Sec'y of State
    $1000 5
Simon & Garfunkel made a big noise on the music scene with this 1966 #1 hit
    $1000 19
Weight of the standard men's shot put
    $1000 24
Steve McQueen fought to have this Ibsen play filmed & starred in it himself
    $1000 13
A thirsty baby scientist might concoct one of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Doug Ginny
$5,700 $2,800 $1,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Highest mountain outside Asia is on this continent

Final scores:

Janet Doug Ginny
$5,700 $0 $800
3-day champion: $15,100 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Janet Doug Ginny
$6,700 $2,800 $3,000
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-26
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