Show #1070 - Friday, April 7, 1989


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John Dietrich, a graduate student from Arlington, Texas

Dusten Galbraith, a quality assurance specialist originally from Moline, Illinois

Carol Young, a stage manager originally from Easton, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

'70s TV
    $100 16
Mae West gave a "gem" of a performance in the title role of this play which she'd written
    $100 4
In the 1st century A.D. the Chinese invented the 1st seismometer to detect these
    $100 9
The Druids believed this was immortal & passed at death from one person to another
    $100 15
"Galactica 1980" was a sequel to this 1970s series
    $100 14
The Dutch word for "donkey" or "ass" gave us this word for a support used by an artist
    $100 1
At age 20, this Mets pitcher became the youngest player ever to receive the Cy Young Award
    $200 18
In a fight a boxer might take one, & after losing the match he might get drunk in one
    $200 5
The outbreak of fire without application of heat from an external source
    $200 10
This Protestant denomination became the official Danish religion in 1536
    $200 17
1 of the 2 current network prime time soaps that debuted in the '70s
    $200 24
This word for fabric fuzz is short for the Latin for "linen cloth"
    $200 2
He was chief counsel for the NAACP before being appointed to the Supreme Court
    $300 19
Ned Buntline's books for example
    $300 6
Pythons don't use their teeth for chewing but for this
    $300 11
The current holder of this religious title was born in China in 1935 & fled to exile in India in 1959
    $300 20
When "Rhoda" ended in 1978, he was the only "Mary Tyler Moore Show" character left on TV
    $300 25
From the Latin for "earth", it's a deep covered dish used to serve soup
    DD: $300 3
Rubber manufacturer who was named for Benjamin Franklin
    $400 23
Legend says he searched Athens by day with a lighted lantern saying, "I am looking for an honest man"
    $400 7
The Mohorovicic discontinuity separates the crust from this middle layer of the Earth
    $400 12
In this folk religion, the "Loa" deities can be African gods or Catholic saints
    $400 21
The kids in this TV family were named Tracy, Chris, Danny, Laurie & Keith
    $400 26
From the Greek word for "getting out", it's a performer who gets out of her clothes
    $400 28
This "Goode" guy is the mayor of Philadelphia
    $500 29
This adjective means fine or delicate of texture, like chiffon
    $500 8
In 1895 J.J. Thomson discovered this small particle of the atom
    $500 13
This island country is the most populous Muslim nation in the world
    $500 22
In "Switch", Eddie Albert played the ex-cop, & he starred as the ex-con man
    $500 27
A Latin word for a worm gives us this term for gilded bronze, copper or silver
    $500 30
CBS Radio corr. Charles who occasionally reads news commentary in rhyme from his "File"

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

Carol Dusten John
$0 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Dusten John
$1,900 $2,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
He carved the "Florence Pietà" for his own tomb
    $200 2
Treasure Island in this city's bay was built for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition
    $200 10
One of his 1st fairy tales was "The Princess & the Pea", & he wrote 167 others
    $200 26
Agrippina was Claudius' wife, Caligula's sister & the mother of this alleged fiddler
    $200 16
Rock Hudson's only Oscar nomination was for this "big" 1956 film set in Texas
    $200 5
In some versions, this "Arabian Nights" sailor tells his story to a character named Hindbad
    $400 3
Kinetic art is designed to do this
    $400 15
The Creole Queen & Cotton Blossom are paddle-wheelers offering short cruises near this major U.S. city
    $400 11
If you threatened him, the Cowardly Lion might tell you this author's first name was Lyman
    $400 27
When he became emperor in 1926, his wife, Princess Nagako, became an empress
    $400 17
Edward G. Robinson held Bogart & Bacall captive on this state's "Key Largo"
    $400 6
Natasha Fatale was this cartoon character's henchperson
    $600 4
His real name was Tiziano Vecellio, & he's famous for using an auburn shade that was named for him
    $600 23
City located just north & across the river from Windsor, Ontario
    $600 12
This book about a Dutch boy was 1st published the year our Civil War ended
    $600 28
Her misrule while her husband was away during WWI contributed to the downfall of imperial Russia
    $600 18
At the end of this 1953 film set in 1941, Deborah Karr threw her leis overboard as she left Hawaii
    $600 7
"Ev'ry morning at the mine you could see him arrive, he stood 6-foot-6 & weighed 245..."
    $800 13
This comedian, the son of a circus clown, paints portraits of circus clowns
    DD: $1,800 24
This city's name is a combination of the Sioux word for water & the Greek word for city
    $800 20
He 1st wrote about Dr. Dolittle in letters he sent home to his children during WWI
    $800 29
This Caribbean cutie narrowly escaped the guillotine but lived to become Napoleon's 1st empress
    $800 19
1942's "This Gun for Hire" was the 1st film that teamed Alan Ladd with this slinky blonde
    $800 8
Last name of sisters Angela & Hermione who played servants, one on "Upstairs Downstairs", the other on "Maude"
    DD: $800 14
After these two 19th century lithographers died, their sons continued the partnership
    $1000 25
John D. Rockefeller founded Standard Oil in this city on Lake Erie
    $1000 21
This 17th century French critic's collection of fairy tales popularized the story of Cinderella
    $1000 30
By our count, this empress married 2 counts after her husband Napoleon died
    $1000 22
Hitchcock's favorite film, "Shadow of a Doubt", starred this man as Teresa Wright's murderous uncle
    $1000 9
Actress Mary of "To Kill a Mockingbird & director John of "Saturday Night Fever" share this last name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Dusten John
$5,300 $6,200 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 3 presidents, besides Bush, whose last names contain only 4 letters

Final scores:

Carol Dusten John
$0 $1,799 $100
3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches New champion: $1,799 2nd place: trip on Continental to Honolulu & stay at the Waikiki Marina Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carol Dusten John
$5,300 $5,200 $3,800
16 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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Game tape date: 1988-12-12
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