Show #3901 - Monday, July 16, 2001

Alan Bailey game 3.


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Judith Danovitch, a graduate student from Coral Springs, Florida

Patrick Mahoney, an actor and director from the Bronx, New York

Alan Bailey, a playwright and director from Sherman Oaks, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Not surprisingly, this Polish director's "The Ninth Gate" was filmed in Europe, even the New York scenes
    $100 26
The fourth installment of this horror movie series was subtitled "The Return of Michael Myers"
    $100 21
Matt Damon hails from this education-oriented Boston-area city
    $100 11
Opened in 2000, the world's longest higway tunnel at 15.2 miles links Oslo and Bergen in this country
    $100 16
Before the fall, Humpty Dumpty did it "on a wall"
    $100 6
He played the title role in the movie "Being John Malkovich"
    $200 2
Born around 1595, her real name was Mantoaka
    $200 27
In this 1975 Jack Nicholson film, a feisty misfit enters an insane asylum & inspires his fellow patients
    $200 22
(Hey. I'm Wayne Brady.) I started my performing career in this Florida city sometimes called O-Town
    $200 12
In 1785 Congress began mail service using this horse-drawn carriage
    $200 17
Meaning "manufactured", it was in a famous telegraph message after "What hath God..."
    $200 7
It's the band whose farewell concert was chronicled in the documentary "The Last Waltz"
    $300 3
When she died in 1960, Life Magazine said, "The world has lost its best known arbiter of good conduct"
    $300 28
With $106 million, this "menacing" 1999 sci-fi film had the biggest 5-day opening in cinema history
    $300 23
Though born in Washington, D.C., this "Kiss of the Spider Woman" Oscar winner was raised in the South Pacific
    $300 13
The Eclipse and Galant are 2 of the cars driving up business for this Japanese automaker
    $300 18
If you missed the big day, go online; Blue Mountain has a whole section of this kind of birthday e-card
    $300 8
Physician Robert Graves first identified this disease in 1835
    $400 4
He was U.S. President during the "Fabulous '40s" (the 1840s, that is)
    $400 29
24 years before his Best Actor nomination, this actor-writer appeared in the 1973 yearbook photo seen here
    $400 24
Wynton & Branford Marsalis were both born in this southern "Crescent City"
    $400 14
An SST can travel at over 1,300 mph; SS stands for this
    $400 19
On pepper boxes, it means "milled"
    $400 9
Carvings of a bell and a star are found on her gravestone in Porum, Oklahoma
    $500 5
He gave us the line "A little learning is a dangerous thing"
    $500 30
A pregnant Billy Crystal's got a bun in the oven in this 1978 film directed by Joan Rivers
    $500 25
This sitcom star says Massapequa, N.Y., where he grew up, has an Indian name that means "by the mall"
    DD: $1,000 15
One of these in Wuppertal, Germany has been operating since 1901, the year Walt Disney was born
    $500 20
This synonym for "haggard" is also past tense for having pulled out your weapon
    $500 10
He's the illustrator whose work appears on the flag stamp seen here

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

Alan Patrick Judith
$400 $1,600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Patrick Judith
$1,900 $2,700 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Don't look at me.)
(Alex: We'll give you the player, you name the team.)
    $200 20
This British physician and novelist based his Holmes character on one of his university professors
    $200 11
Harry Blackmun retired from this in 1994 joking that he didn't want his senility to reach unacceptable levels
    $200 1
In 1979 the USSR invaded this country to help support the government against the Mujahideen
    $200 14
Roger Staubach
    $200 26
This quantity symbolized by an x or y, can also mean someone inexperienced or untested
    $200 5
This ancient device performs mathematical processes by beads moving along parallel rods
    $400 21
"The Temple Of The Golden Pavilion" & "The Marioka Sisters" are classics from this Asian country
    $400 12
Man whose retirement speech is seen here:

" old soldier who tried to do his duty as God gave him the light to see that duty. Goodbye."
    $400 2
This country's 4 provinces are Baluchistan, the Northwest Frontier, Sindh, & Punjab
    $400 15
Bill Bradley
    $400 27
Sometimes preceded by poly-, it means "able to dissolve more of a substance"
    $400 7
This word describes an anchor that is free of the bottom so that a ship can sail
    $600 19
Credited to Luo Guanzhong, "All Men Are Brothers" is a famous tale about an outlaw gang of this country
    $600 13
She retired from the screen in 1934 but was ready for her close-up again in 1950's "Sunset Boulevard"
    $600 3
Ut follows Uruguay on an alphabetical list of the world's independent countries
    $600 16
Gordie Howe
    $600 28
Term for any substance that destroys leaves, like those used in Vietnam to expose the enemy in the jungle
    $600 8
To speak evasively, or a light crisp battercake baked in a specific appliance
    $800 22
In its original Italian, this Umberto Eco work is "Il pendolo di Foucault"
    $800 24
In 1955 this former GOP president completed a government commission and retired from public service
    $800 4
Ankara is the capital of Turkey and Ashgabat is the capital of this country
    $800 17
Paul Hornung
    $800 29
The opposite of what's done to vegetable oil, it means to remove the element with atomic no. 1
    $800 9
Salesmen have long known that you "don't sell the steak", you "sell" this
    $1000 23
Tant pis, the crucial expansion of existential thought by this French author was cut all too short
    $1000 25
Born in Australia in 1926, this soprano retired from the stage in 1990
    DD: $1,000 6
This area partly in Iraq is name for an ethnic group treated brutally by Saddam Hussein
    $1000 18
Bob Cousy
    DD: $2,000 30
One-word synonym for a blood thinner
    $1000 10
A sulking, petulant child, or a long-legged pigeon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Patrick Judith
$6,500 $4,700 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Organ whose workings were the subject of a 1604 work by Johannes Kepler

Final scores:

Alan Patrick Judith
$13,000 $3,998 $5,399
3-day champion: $34,601 3rd place: gift certificate 2nd place: Trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alan Patrick Judith
$6,500 $5,700 $8,200
12 R,
1 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 2001-03-22
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