Show #1544 - Thursday, April 25, 1991


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Tod Hughes, a bank product developer from Newark, Delaware

Phyllis Marks, a domestic engineer originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Dave Gibboni, a research chemist originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Emperor Jean Jacques Dessalines was killed near Port-au-Prince in this country in 1806
    $100 6
Jack Nicholson & Otis Young played naval officers & Randy Quaid their prisoner in this 1973 film
    $100 24
It's touted as "The Entertainment Capital of the World"
    $100 21
In golf these are limited to a maximum of 14 including irons & woods
    $100 1
Some think of this soup as "Jewish penicillin"
    $100 9
When Lee broiled one of these creatures, it looked like a baked snake
    $200 17
It's believed that the wife of Domitian, emperor of this, was involved in his assassination
    $200 7
Cloris Leachman & Ben Johnson won Oscars for this 1971 film that takes place 20 years earlier
    $200 27
Boulder City was founded in 1931 to house people constructing this
    $200 22
The Ashes is the World Series of this British bat & ball game
    $200 2
Depending on the filling, you can serve this French pancake for dinner or dessert
    $200 10
Ms. Abzug might put this name on a label inside her hat
    DD: $400 18
Roberto Ridolfi of Florence plotted to overthrow this English queen & replace her with Mary Stuart
    $300 13
In his last film, Paul Muni played this "indignant" title role
    $300 28
As you might expect, this is Nevada's official state metal
    $300 23
The first substitute to come off the bench & enter this game is known as the "Sixth Man"
    $300 3
While this term once referred to any game meat, it's now restricted to that of a deer
    $300 11
Corky saw this movie 786 times
    $400 19
Matthew Flinders completed the first circumnavigation of this continent in 1803
    $400 14
1 of the 2 "Last" films directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
    $400 29
Nevada's state banking history began in 1859 when this co. set up a tent on Virginia City's main street
    $400 25
In a polo game these periods of play last 7½ minutes each
    $400 4
To make rumaki, wrap a strip of this around a water chestnut & a piece of chicken liver
    $400 12
I've never received fan mail from this South American capital city
    $500 20
Alexander II ascended the throne of Russia in February 1855, during this war
    $500 16
In this 1984 film, Lance Guest uses his video game skills to fight an interstellar war
    $500 30
Many of Elko's first settlers were shepherds of this Spanish group; they hold a yearly festival there
    $500 26
In 1980 it became the first Communist country to win the Davis Cup in tennis
    $500 8
A soul food dish called "Hoppin' John" contains salt pork, rice & these legumes
    $500 15
This feminine name is an anagram of Lloyd

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Dave Phyllis Tod
$1,500 $1,100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Phyllis Tod
$2,200 $3,100 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Hui Tsung, a Sung Dynasty emperor of this country, was a master of bird & flower paintings
    $200 12
Her thoughts on her novel & the subsequent film appear in "Gone with the Wind Letters 1936-1949"
    $200 9
It's the oldest domesticated animal whose breeding has been controlled for desirable traits
    $200 2
This city has a Tolstoy museum & has restored the author's home as a tourist attraction
    $200 20
This British pair wrote pieces known collectively as the Savoy Operas
    $200 16
This form of transportation originated in the area c. 2000 B.C.; it later raced into Rome
    $400 5
Members of this Florentine family appear as the Wise Men in Botticelli's "Adoration of the Magi"
    $400 15
She once said, "Give me a decent bottle of poison and I'll construct the perfect crime"
    $400 10
As its name indicates, an adrenal gland lies on this organ
    $400 3
This Indonesian capital lies at the mouth of the Liwung River, on the northwest coast of Java
    $400 23
The Baroque period ended with the death of this great Baroque composer in 1750
    $400 27
The area that once was Mesopotamia is now in this country
    $600 7
There's a museum devoted to portrait artist Frans Hals in Haarlem in this country
    $600 17
This author of more than 100 rags-to-riches stories never got rich; he gave a lot charity
    $600 11
In a plant transpiration is the loss of this through the leaves
    $600 4
The new city of Abuja has succeeded Lagos as capital of this African nation
    $600 24
There's a concert hall of the NYC HQ of this piano manufacturer on W. 57th Street
    $600 28
Some 4500 years ago, Akkadian replaced Sumerian as the predominant one
    $800 13
Last name of pop sculptor Claes, whose hard sculptures include "2 Cheeseburgers with Everything"
    DD: $1,700 18
A walking tour through the Black Forest provided material for his book "A Tramp Abroad"
    $800 21
Your main arteries through the heart are the pulmonary, the carotid & this largest artery
    $800 6
The nearest seaport to Damascus, Syria is this capital 70 miles away
    DD: $600 25
19th century, German-born composer of the following:
    $800 29
The Bible identifies this town "of the Chaldees" as the home of Abraham
    $1000 14
He painted a gigantic mural on the history of Mexico before he died in 1957
    $1000 19
In 1971 this once-blacklisted author directed the film version of his novel "Johnny Got His Gun"
    $1000 22
It's an association of 2 different organisms living together for the advantage of both
    $1000 8
This capital on the Walachian plain was once called the "Little Paris of the Balkans"
    $1000 26
This Austrian-American composer developed 12-tone music
    $1000 30
The tale of this Sumerian king & his search for immortality has a subplot of a great flood

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Phyllis Tod
$8,800 $9,600 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last president to enter office with his party controlling both houses of Congress

Final scores:

Dave Phyllis Tod
$0 $1,599 $400
3rd place: Ventura luggage New champion: $1,599 2nd place: Whirlpool refrigerator/freezer + BRA cookware

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Phyllis Tod
$9,000 $8,600 $3,900
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1991-02-18
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