Show #3205 - Friday, July 3, 1998

John Skelton game 4.
Dan Girard game 1.

Contestants

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David Evans, an inventory specialist from San Clemente, California

Dan Girard, a landscape artist from Altadena, California

John Skelton, a lawyer and real estate appraiser from Seattle, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $57,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
IT'S SANDY!
REAL ESTATE
LOVE QUOTES
MUSICAL THEATER
CROSSWORD CLUES "H"
    $100 3
Fighting started April 19, 1775 with a battle in Lexington that spread to this nearby town
    $100 18
This TV "Funny Face" did a 5-minute workout video in 1990 for people without a lot of time to exercise
    $100 1
Real estate owned with no claims on it is said to be "free and" this
    $100 16
Napoleon said, "I have never loved anyone for love's sake, except, perhaps," her -- "a little"
    $100 10
It's the musical featuring the song heard here:
("I'm Getting Married in the Morning")
    $100 11
He who does it is lost
(9)
    $200 5
At Bunker Hill, Colonel Prescott is said to have ordered, "Don't one of you fire until you see" these
    $200 19
In the 1960s he set records of 4 career no-hitters & 382 strikeouts in one year
    $200 2
In 1947 the U.S. was given a 99-year one on Philippine military bases -- it was later shortened
    $200 17
Samuel Butler rhymed, "Love is a boy by poets styled; then spare the rod and" do this
    $200 27
"Side Show" is based on the lives of Daisy & Violet Hilton, a famous pair of these extremely close siblings
    $200 12
Sleep like a bear
(9)
    $300 6
During the war this American naval hero & captain of the Ranger raided the coast of England
    $300 21
1978 film in which John Travolta sang "Sandy"
    $300 4
It's the term for items, such as bathtubs, that become part of the real estate they're attached to
    $300 24
According to a familiar song, it's where "me and my true love will never meet again"
    DD: $700 28
(Hi, I'm Robert Guillaume) I sang "The Music of the Night" dozens of times when I starred in the Los Angeles production of this musical
    $300 13
Tall baby sitter
(9)
    $400 7
The British were aided by Hessian soldiers from the Hesse-Kassel region of this European country
    $400 22
The Canning Basin on this continent is also called the Great Sandy Desert
    $400 9
In 1981, when Sears bought it, this "banker" had 236 brokerage offices; today it has 10 times that
    $400 25
Tennyson reasoned, "'Tis better to have" done this "than never to have loved at all"
    $400 29
Funny thing...he wrote the music & lyrics for "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
    $400 14
Jacket for corn
(4)
    $500 8
This general's 1779 assault on Stony Point, N.Y. earned him a medal & the nickname "Mad Anthony"
    $500 23
She won Tonys for her performances in "A Thousand Clowns" & "Any Wednesday"
    $500 20
This term for the conveyance of property to secure a loan literally means "dead pledge"
    $500 26
Richard Lovelace wrote, "I could not love thee dear, so much, loved I not" this "more"
    $500 30
An Oscar winner for "Amadeus", he made his Broadway musical debut in 1997 in "Triumph of Love"
    $500 15
X x X
(7)

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

John Dan David
$200 $1,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Dan David
$1,200 $3,800 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

PLACES IN THE BIBLE
CRITTER LIT
PEOPLE WITH FOOD NAMES
TRAVEL CANADA
SHORT-TITLED FILMS
SPELLING
    $200 1
To Isaiah a land of foreigners, it's home to Nazareth & a namesake sea
    $200 22
She wrote about Jemima Puddle-Duck, Jeremy Fisher & Peter Rabbit
    $200 16
FDR appointed this "hot dog" to the Supreme Court in 1939
    $200 11
It's easy to find the Insectarium in this largest Quebec city -- it's shaped like a bug
    $200 17
Despite its title, you won't sleep through this Costa-Gavras thriller about a Greek political murder
    $200 6
This reptile is known as a croc for short
    $400 2
Paul spoke on Aeropagus, a hill of this capital city of Attica, Greece
    $400 24
This Hugh Lofting title character communicates verbally with normally non-verbal creatures
    DD: $1,200 27
This 20-year-old singer's hits include "Sleep to Dream" & "Criminal"
    $400 12
Whitehorse in this territory is home to the "Frantic Follies", a musical revue celebrating the gold rush days
    $400 18
(Alex: Take a look at the monitor. Film seen here:)
    $400 7
Often seen at Christmas, this flowering plant was named for Joel R. Poinsett
    $600 3
David reigned for 7 1/2 years in Hebron, then moved to this city
    $600 25
A spider named Charlotte & a farmer's daughter keep the farmer from makin' bacon out of this pig
    $600 28
The Mets gave fans ice cream on a "sundae" event celebrating this outfielder's 1983 Rookie of the Year award
    $600 13
An enormous 30'-high nickel overlooks the town of Sudbury in this second-largest province
    $600 19
Cop Al Pacino chases robber de Niro in this 1995 Michael Mann movie
    $600 8
Bra is the common abbreviaion for this item of clothing which is harder to spell
    DD: $600 4
According to Genesis 11, this famous structure was built on the Plain of Shinar
    $800 23
Aslan is the lion in his "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"
    $800 30
"King of the Hill"'s guitar-playing comedian Celery Head is a spoof of this red-haired prop comic
    $800 14
The elegant Pan Pacific Hotel in this Canadian city was built for Expo 86
    $800 20
The title of this 1968 film about a brutal boarding school consists of 2 letters & 3 dots
    $800 9
You call it your collarbone, but your doctor calls it this
    $1000 5
A witch who survived Saul's witch hunt lived in this Canaanite city
    $1000 26
John Steinbeck traveled across America in a 1962 bestseller, "Travels With" this title poodle
    $1000 29
In 1983 this singer with the name of a Mexican food hit the top 5 with "Puttin' on the Ritz"
    $1000 15
The musical "Anne of Green Gables" is staged every summer at this province's Charlottetown festival
    $1000 21
Curran is the last name of this title bigfoot played by Peter Boyle in a 1970 film
    $1000 10
It's the 12-letter word in the title of the French national anthem

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Dan David
$8,000 $10,800 $3,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
On Dec. 25, 1991, he ended his farewell speech by saying, "I wish everyone all the best"

Final scores:

John Dan David
$5,199 $5,600 $5,600
2nd place: Trip to Washington, D.C. at Loews L'Enfant Plaza Hotel New co-champion: $5,600 New co-champion: $5,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Dan David
$8,000 $12,200 $3,100
20 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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