Show #710 - Friday, October 9, 1987

Richard Perez-Pena game 3.


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Mary Dupuis, an architectural student originally from Cleveland, Ohio

John Gose, a caterer from Los Angeles, California

Richard Perez-Pena, a journalist originally from Cuba (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: All of the film titles have an exclamation point at the end.)
    $100 1
The 2nd battle of this war was the Battle of Concord
    $100 17
A recluse
    $100 10
While Mattel denies she has a last name, USA Today says a 1961 book gave her one--Roberts
    $100 9
In some versions, there are stories of both David & a man named Elhanan killing this giant
    $100 22
Soo, Panama, Erie
    $100 4
This 1968 Oscar-winning musical could have been called "Twist!"
    $200 2
Jefferson's Secretary of State who succeeded him as president
    $200 18
Despite the title, this Paul Newman film wasn't about the Department of Housing & Urban Development
    $200 11
Also called Spillikins, it's a game of trying to lift thin rods out of a group on a table
    $200 27
Hiel of Bethel rebuilt this city that Joshua had destroyed
    $200 23
A Hula Hoop, a cummerbund, apron strings
    $200 5
Only Beatles film which fits the category
    $300 3
After the Civil War, Andrew Johnson offered $100,000 in gold for the capture of this ex-president
    $300 19
Haiti's island
    $300 12
In the '40s, General Electric researchers seeking a substitute for natural rubber invented this toy
    $300 28
Jacob dreamed of the ladder as he slept on pillows made of these
    $300 24
Nut, Horus, Ra
    $300 6
Barbra Streisand has punctuated her career with "What's Up Doc?" & this 1969 musical!
    $400 15
Taken captive by the Shawnee in 1778, this trailblazer was adopted as son of Chief Blackfish
    $400 20
    $400 13
This colony is the world's leading toy exporter
    $400 29
Abraham was four score & 7 years old on the 1st birthday of this son born to him by Hagar
    $400 25
The bell, the conductor, the Rice-a-Roni placard
    $400 7
Called the 1st of the oversized-bug movies, this 1954 film featured 12-foot long ants
    $500 16
In 1833, this Ohio school became the 1st coeducational college in the nation
    DD: $600 21
In Greek mythology, this famous face is Castor & Pollux's sexy sis
    $500 14
This popular plush toy comes with its wrists manacled together
    $500 30
Since a chariot of fire took him up to heaven, it's a long trip back on Passover for the wine
    $500 26
Phineas Bogg's "Omni", the Doctor's "TARDIS", Mr. Peabody's "Wayback"
    $500 8
1962 Elvis film! film! film! in which he sings! sings! sings! "Return to Sender"

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

Richard John Mary
$200 $1,800 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard John Mary
$1,700 $2,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Last name of O'Neill's ex-Pullman porter who became "emperor" of a West Indies island
    $200 2
Almost all the pharoahs of the 18th, 19th, & 20th Dynasties were entombed in this valley
    $200 7
It was 1965 when the Ad Libs originally asked "cool cool kitty" to "tell us about" this boy
    $200 16
Accusing the Japanese of dumping these, Pres. Reagan slapped a tariff on some TVs & tools
    $200 22
Varieties of this snake include the Indian, Egyptian & king
    $200 17
Galaxy with a chocolate coating & a nougat center
    $400 12
Though his name is the book's title, it was actually his sister Gretel, who won the silver skates
    $400 3
Despite the name, you can visit this city's Forbidden City daily from 8:30 - 4:30
    $400 8
"That's him on his knees; I know that's him, yelling, '7 come 11' down in the boys' gym"
    $400 26
Of Brazil, Mexico, or the U.S., one which owes the most money to foreign creditors
    $400 23
Of 3 weeks, 3 months, or 3 years, longest period that snakes in zoos have gone without eating
    DD: $1,000 18
It's what happens as winter comes or title of the following:
    $600 13
1st name of Torvald Helmer's wife in "A Doll's House"
    $600 4
A New Delhi memorial called the Raj Ghat marks the spot where he was cremated in 1948
    $600 9
The Big Bopper made the Indian sounds in this 1959 Johnny Preston hit about a young Indian brave
    $600 27
In April 1987, it became the largest U.S. company ever to seek bankruptcy protection
    $600 24
Common name of Britain's only poisonous snake, it sounds like it can do some basic math
    $600 19
1st rate, or the uppermost storage space in a dresser
    $800 14
In an 1889 R.L. Stevenson title James Durie is "Master" of this estate
    $800 5
The Coast Guard Academy overlooks the Thames River in this Connecticut city
    $800 10
Connie Francis called him "my darling" & promised he'd never see her cry
    $800 28
Forbes magazine reports a major source of revenue for this country is Peter's Pence
    $800 25
Beside rattlesnakes, 1 of the other types of poisonous snakes found naturally in the U.S.
    $800 20
Put the pedal to the metal, or one way to kill a bug
    $1000 15
Perceval's profession
    $1000 6
The only theater in Washington's Kennedy Center which is named for a president is named for this one
    $1000 11
Concludes stanza that begins, "with drums & guns, & guns & drums the enemy nearly slew ye"
    $1000 21
Your accomplishments or Joaquim Cruz's 800-meter run in 1 min. 43 sec.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard John Mary
$1,500 $3,500 $4,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1965, he defeated Francois Mitterand for the French presidency

Final scores:

Richard John Mary
$3,000 $0 $2,300
3-day champion: $19,500 3rd place: Helbros his & hers watches 2nd place: trip on Continental to Acapulco, Mexico & stay at Acapulco Plaza

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Richard John Mary
$1,400 $2,900 $4,700
8 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $9,000

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Game tape date: 1987-06-23
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