Show #1128 - Wednesday, June 28, 1989

Contestants

Daniel Kim, a patent lawyer originally from New York City

Randy Woodland, a university lecturer originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Julie Dock, an editor from Torrance, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,798)

Jeopardy! Round

FRANCE
"LAST" MOVIES
WARS
DANCE HISTORY
CELEBRITY BOOKS
SPELL THAT NAME
    $100 19
About 75% of France's population are members of this religion
    $100 1
A protest at Universal Studios over this movie backed up traffic on the Hollywood Fwy.
    $100 21
The war between Great Britain & this country over the Falklands ran from April to June of 1982
    $100 16
In the 11th & 14th centuries it was the macabre place where a "danse macabre" was preformed
    $100 11
James Bacon called his biography of this TV star "How Sweet It Is"
    $100 6
The last name of the 1988 Democratic vice-presidential nominee
    $200 20
They were 1st held in Chamonix, France in 1924 with just 293 participants
    $200 2
In this film Jack Nicholson & Otis Young try to show Randy Quaid a good time on his way to the brig
    $200 25
Not knowing this war was over, troops fought the Battle of New Orleans
    $200 17
The record for one of these events is held by a couple who danced from August 29, 1930 to April 1, 1931
    $200 12
In 1987 Jill St. John published this type of book, which you might expect from Julia Child
    $200 7
According to its '50s ads, it "makes the very best...chocolate"
    $300 22
Only Frenchmen are forbidden to enlist in this famous fighting force
    $300 3
Spencer Tracy was an old pol in his final campaign in this film loosely based on Boston Mayor Curley
    $300 26
Seeking to end the war, Eisenhower, as promised, went here after he was elected
    $300 18
With her husband, Ted Shawn, this modern dancer began the Denishaw Dance Company & School
    $300 13
Late "West Side Story" star whose sister Lana wrote her biography
    $300 8
This Huston menaces Michael Jackson in "Captain Eo"
    $400 23
The French buy bread at the "boulangerie" & fancy cakes & pastries in a shop called this
    DD: $500 4
Film based on a Neil Simon play in which Alan Arkin stars as a middle-aged man having a midlife crisis
    $400 27
This courtly, elegant dance fell out of favor when the waltz hit the dance halls of Europe about 1769
    $400 14
This co-star of "Arthur" gives advice on directing the classics in his book "Stage Directions"
    $400 9
Last name of the actress who co-starred with Madonna in "Desperately Seeking Susan"
    $500 24
Vercingetorix was the last chieftain in Gaul to be defeated by this conqueror in 52 B.C.
    $500 5
The filmed story of the farewell concert of the group called The Band
    $500 28
Latin chain dance introduced in the 1930s that goes like this: "1-2-3 kick, 1-2-3 kick..."
    $500 15
Steve Martin said this Carrie Fisher novel "makes 'Moby Dick' look like a big, fat, dumb book"
    $500 10
Orville the popcorn king spells his last name this way

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Julie Randy Daniel
$200 $1,900 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Randy Daniel
$700 $2,700 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
MUSICAL THEATER
THE '50s
ARCHITECTS
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
"L.A."
    $200 6
In 1860 this party split; 1 wing nominated John Breckinridge, the other Stephen Douglas
    $200 1
Yes, Toto, in 1903 this was a Broadway musical, complete with cyclone
    $200 16
In the 1950s "hi-fi", which was short for this, became the rage
    $200 11
If you know that Jamaica lies directly south of this island, have a cigar
    $200 21
Name describing the Western Hemisphere area where romance languages are spoken
    $400 7
After losing the 1952 election with John Sparkman as his running mate, he tried again in 1956 with Estes Kefauver
    $400 2
The "Fiddler on the Roof" is fiddling on a roof in this country
    $400 17
Marilyn Monroe got her final divorce decree from this man 10/31/55 & married Arthur Miller the next year
    $400 12
The capital of this Canadian province is the only walled city north of the Rio Grande
    $400 22
Type of education broadly based on humanities with little emphasis on job training
    $600 8
In '80 Pres. Carter refused to debate Ronald Reagan if this Independent candidate participated
    DD: $2,800 3
Country that's the setting of the following song: "1, 2, 3 and 1, 2, 3 and 1, 2, 3 / Shall we dance?/ 1, 2, 3 and /
On a bright cloud of music shall we fly?...
"
    $600 18
In March 1953 the Boston Braves got the ok to move to this city
    $600 13
In Dutch, this city's name means "the count's hedge"
    $600 23
Rock 'n' roller who sang "Tears on My Pillow" with the Imperials
    $800 9
Created as a separate dept. in 1979, its 1st secretary was Shirley Hufstedler
    $800 4
The title song of Stephen Sondheim's flop 1964 musical averred "Anyone can do this"
    $800 19
Its cover called it "the extraordinary new novel that lifts the lid off a small New England town"
    DD: $3,400 27
This U.S. President's designs were greatly inspired by 16th century Ital. architect Andrea Palladio
    $800 14
Waters from this sea fill the canals of Venice
    $800 24
Equipment & goods that can be sold quickly for cash
    $1000 10
Imprisoned for an anti-war speech in 1919, this socialist ran his 1920 campaign for president from his jail cell
    $1000 5
This 1966 musical based on Jan de Hartog's "The Fourposter" requires only 2 performers & a bed
    $1000 20
Phoebe B. Beebe was billed as the sister of this "Today" show chimp
    $1000 26
Last name of 17th century British architect Inigo, who designed sets & costumes as well as buildings
    $1000 15
Bermuda lies some 570 miles east of this U.S. state, the nearest point of land
    $1000 25
Found in sour milk, it's used in adhesives, preservatives & pharmaceuticals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Randy Daniel
$900 $6,900 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
They're described as "Snowy, Flowy, Blowy, Showery, Flowery, Bowery, Hoppy, Croppy, Droppy, Breezy, Sneezy, Freezy"

Final scores:

Julie Randy Daniel
$0 $0 $14,000
3rd place: Hotpoint refrigerator 2nd place: trip on Continental to Denver with limousine tour & carriage ride New champion: $14,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julie Randy Daniel
$900 $4,200 $8,600
10 R,
5 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,700

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