Show #1158 - Wednesday, September 20, 1989

Larry McKnight game 4.

Contestants

Arthur Steiner, a researcher and writer from Los Angeles, California

Stephen Lee, a college instructor from Newbury Park, California

Larry McKnight, a computer analyst from Ventura, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,702)

Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
CELEBRITY QUOTES
FLAGS
TV THEMES
THE AUTO INDUSTRY
FAIRIES & WEE FOLK
    $100 15
The 10 included flies, lice, frogs & locusts
    $100 10
According to Leo Durocher, it's where "Nice Guys Finish"
    $100 20
Christopher Columbus' flag bore a cross with their initials on either side
    $100 4
This sitcom's theme song is subtitled "Where Everybody Knows Your Name"
    $100 1
$1.5 bil. in loan guarantees was the government's Christmas present to this company in December, 1979
    $100 26
In Disney's "Cinderella" this character sings "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo"
    $200 16
John 2 relates this incident at Cana as Jesus' 1st miracle
    $200 11
Geena Davis said of this nomination, "It was sort of like I'd won on a game show"
    $200 22
The American flag can be hung this way only as a distress signal
    $200 6
"Out of the night when the full moon is bright comes the horseman known as" this
    $200 2
This auto tycoon's home was a 56-room mansion called "Fair Lane"
    $200 27
He spun gold from straw
    $300 17
In a parable, Jesus compared this kingdom to a grain of mustard seed
    $300 12
USA Today reports she said she "wasn't thinking clearly" when she stuffed her clothes with NSC documents
    DD: $500 23
On the Soviet flag, the hammer represents the workers; the sickle, the peasants; & this, the party
    $300 7
Just before tugging on her left earlobe, she sang her theme song, "It's Time to Say So Long"
    $300 3
A Renault won the 1st of these annual French races at Le Mans in 1906
    $300 28
Leprechauns are usually seen wearing leather aprons because of their work in this profession
    $400 18
When Eliphaz told him "Man is born unto trouble", he could have answered, "You're telling me!"
    $400 13
"Even if someone gave me a million dollars", said this reclusive Swede, "I wouldn't write anything about myself"
    $400 24
South Atlantic islands whose flag shows a Union Jack, a ship & a sheep
    $400 9
Fox network sitcom whose theme song is Sinatra's "Love & Marriage"
    $400 5
He singled out the General Motors Corvair as being especially "unsafe at any speed"
    $400 29
In Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", he was king of the fairies
    $500 21
The Aramaic name for Calvary, the hill in Jerusalem on which Jesus was crucified
    $500 14
Asked "What makes a woman unforgettable?" Lauren Bacall said, "She had to know how to" do this
    $500 25
This small country uses the African tricolor of red, yellow & green with a big "R" in the middle
    $500 19
Clint Eastwood show whose theme song, sung by Frankie Laine, begins "Rollin', rollin', rollin'..."
    $500 8
This Nash model, which came out in 1950, was the 1st American compact
    $500 30
A mischievous fairy such as "Peter Pan"'s Tinkerbell, or a short hairstyle for women

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Larry Stephen Arthur
$600 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Stephen Arthur
$3,700 $1,900 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
BOOKS & AUTHORS
ENGLISH CLASS
AMERICAN HISTORY
DESIGN
ACTOR-DIRECTORS
    $200 5
The only substance known to ancient man in solid, liquid & gas form
    $200 9
This state was the setting for Edna Ferber's novel "Ice Palace"
    $200 18
It's time for you to tell us these are the 3 simple tenses in English
    $200 1
This orator became governor of Virginia in 1776
    $200 26
The 17th & 18th C. French decorative style called Chinoiserie was influenced by the art of this country
    $200 4
The 1st film he directed was "Psycho III", & he was "showered" with praise for his acting, too
    $400 6
Most of the world's supply of this light gas comes from natural gas fields in the U.S.
    $400 10
This legendary outlaw is the subject of Larry McMurtry's novel "Anything for Billy"
    $400 22
There are dozens of these including at, by & with
    $400 2
19 convicted "witches" were executed this way in Salem, Massachusetts
    $400 27
A fork-type setting for diamonds introduced in 1886 by this NYC jewelry store is named for it
    $400 15
Actor-playwright whose 1st film as a director, "Far North", starred his girlfriend, Jessica Lange
    DD: $1,800 7
Launched by the Soviets in 1957, the 1st living creature to orbit the Earth was one of these
    $600 11
Bombay-born author whose 1st novel was "The Light That Failed"
    DD: $1,500 23
The part of a clause containing the verb, its complements & its modifiers
    $600 3
A Packard touring car was disguised as a police car for this famous "Holiday Holocaust" in 1929
    $600 28
The Great Hall of Xerxes I has been called the architectural masterpiece of this civilization
    $600 19
Many of the films he directed starred his wife, Gena Rowlands
    $800 8
Some hemophiliacs spend over $50,000 per year on Factor VIII which does this for the blood
    $800 13
Biologist whose most famous work was "Silent Spring"
    $800 24
Conjugation is the listing of the forms of a verb, & this is the listing of the forms of a noun
    $800 16
In 1616 she went to England with her husband, John, & her infant son
    $800 29
This Russian goldsmith designed cigarette boxes & carved animals in addition to jeweled eggs
    $800 20
He directed himself in the national tour of "Camelot" in 1986, 19 years after starring in the film
    $1000 12
Science took a leap forward when physicist Max Planck devised this theory about light
    $1000 14
Dominick Dunne set part of his novel "People Like Us" in the home the Grenvilles lived in in this book
    $1000 25
The antecedent in the sentence "John left the book he brought to school on the bus."
    $1000 17
The legal name of this black evangelist-abolitionist was Isabella Van Wagener
    $1000 30
Augustus said he found Rome a city of brick & left it a city of this
    $1000 21
The 1st film Richard Benjamin directed was this '82 Peter O'Toole comedy about the early days of TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Stephen Arthur
$10,500 $6,100 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LONDON LANDMARKS
It was built originally on the Whitehall site of a medieval palace used to house visiting Scottish kings

Final scores:

Larry Stephen Arthur
$8,799 $0 $1
4-day champion: $45,501 3rd place: Pair of Fred Joaillier Watches 2nd place: Trip to Denver, Colorado

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Larry Stephen Arthur
$10,500 $4,900 $5,000
29 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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