Show #2745 - Friday, July 5, 1996

Contestants

Nina Thorsen, a radio producer from Palo Alto, California

Deborah Pfeifer, a technical writer originally from London, England

Carol Ann Krug, a software design engineer from Sunnyvale, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,001)

Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE CRIME
MAGAZINES
THE LIVER
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
BEDTIME
CELEBRITY SPELLING
    $100 4
She commits murder when she pushes the witch into the oven to save her brother
    $100 14
In 1963 Norman Rockwell painted his 317th & final cover for this magazine
    $100 11
The liver is the largest of these organs that produce & release useful chemical substances
    $100 1
The straits of Florida connect these 2 large bodies of water
    $100 20
Some women still wear these to bed even though electric ones can be used in the morning instead
    $100 26
This Bergman directed Ingrid Bergman in "Autumn Sonata"
    $200 5
Perrault's story about her ends with the vwolf eating her after she admires his big teeth
    $200 16
60 years before Helen Gurley Brown took over this magazine, it was bought by William Randolph Hearst
    $200 12
When the body needs energy, the liver converts glycogen into this simple sugar & releases it into the blood
    $200 2
Much of this largest California national park is below sea level
    $200 21
According to a cliche, an irritable person has "gotten up" this way
    $200 27
Ex-Commodore Lionel
    $300 6
This wandering gander threw an old man down stairs for not saying his prayers
    $300 17
In 1974 Time, Inc. launched this magazine with Mia Farrow on the cover
    $300 13
Of 1 pound, 3 pounds or 8 pounds, the approximate weight of a normal liver
    $300 3
This New York island's 1,723 square miles are divided into 4 counties: Queens, Kings, Suffolk & Nassau
    $300 22
"Driving pigs to market" is British slang for this noisy nocturnal behavior
    $300 28
Bruce "The Boss", who was "Born To Run"
    $400 7
She's poisoned twice: once by a tainted comb, once by a tainted apple
    $400 18
1 of 2 magazines with "Popular" in their titles whose circulation exceeds 1 million
    $400 15
There are 5 main viral types of this inflammation of the liver—A,B,C,D,& E
    $400 8
Alenuihaha Channel separates Maui from this larger island to the southeast
    $400 23
"Floral" phrase for a situation of luxury & ease
    $400 29
Desi Arnaz, Jr. loves this sister
    $500 10
She does a little breaking & entering at the bears' house
    $500 25
Published by Rodale Press, it's the USA's best-selling magazine devoted to health & nutrition
    DD: $600 19
The liver consists of 4 sections called these
    $500 9
The Boise River flows into the Snake River at Idaho's border with this state
    $500 24
The Germans call this kind of song a wiegenlied
    $500 30
Music man Marvin, who composed "The Way We Were"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Carol Ann Deborah Nina
$1,200 -$200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Ann Deborah Nina
$3,000 $400 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY CINEMA
HISTORIC NAMES
ARCHAEOLOGY
PROVERBS
CATHEDRALS & CHURCHES
PLAYS
    $200 1
One of Gaumont Studio's stockholders was this Paris tower designer
    $200 14
This "Wild West Show" owner once served in the Nebraska state legislature
    $200 3
An age is named for this alloy of copper & tin, first made around 3500 B.C.
    $200 22
"No pain,
no" this
    $200 6
The Abu Sarga church in this Egyptian capital occupies a site where the Holy Family is said to have stayed
    $200 21
This 1979 play ends with Antonio Salieri confessing to murder
    $400 2
This February 1898 Havana event was recreated by Georges Melies
    DD: $300 15
In 1973 this former Texas governor & Treasury Secretary switched to the GOP
    $400 4
Around 1860 French naturalist Henri Mouhot discovered the ruins of Angkor Wat in this country
    $400 23
"When one door shuts" this happens
    $400 9
Onion-shaped domes were added to this Maryland city's cathedral after the death of its architect Benjamin Latrobe
    $400 24
Bogart is an advice-giving character in this 1969 Woody Allen comedy
    $600 11
A film of Fred Ott's sneeze shown on this man's kinetoscope was copyrighted Jan. 7, 1894
    $600 16
In 1936 he wrote a paper for the Smithsonian titled "Liquid-Propellant Rocket Development"
    $600 5
A carved stone called an Intihuatana is a famous feature of this "Lost City of the Incas"
    $600 25
"Step after step the ladder is ascended" & this is how "the goose is plucked"
    $600 10
Whisper words to the wall in this London cathedral's Whispering Gallery & it will repeat them
    $600 28
Title time for Kaufman & Ferber's "Dinner"
    $800 19
In 1896 a Biograph camera filmed this Republican presidential candidate at his Ohio home
    $800 17
In 1613 a national assembly elected this grandnephew of Anastasia Romanova czar of Russia
    $800 7
Keilschrift is the German name for this ancient system of wedge-shaped writing
    $800 26
"There's many a slip 'twixt", these 2 things
    $800 12
Prince Charles & the Shah of Iran attended Charles de Gaulle's requiem mass in this cathedral
    $800 29
Completes the title of a 1948 Christopher Fry play about witchcraft, "The Lady's Not for..."
    $1000 20
Last name of the French brothers who made their 1st film in 1895; it showed workers leaving their factory
    $1000 18
In 1678, at age 15, this future minister of the Second Church of Boston graduated from Harvard
    $1000 8
This "Great" ruler's tomb stands almost intact in Pasargadae, once capital of the Persian Empire
    $1000 27
"See" one of these "and let it lie, you'll want" one "before you die"
    DD: $1,200 13
This architect didn't live to complete his Church of the Holy Family in Barcelona; he's buried in its crypt
    $1000 30
In "The Dresser", the actor dressed by Norman is called only by this title

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Ann Deborah Nina
$7,500 $6,000 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
In 1781 he wrote, "A national debt, if it is not excessive, will be to us a national blessing"

Final scores:

Carol Ann Deborah Nina
$13,001 $11,999 $999
3-day champion: $39,002 2nd place: Broyhill bedroom & Village home fashions + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes 3rd place: Panasonic fax system + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carol Ann Deborah Nina
$7,300 $6,000 $6,500
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
4 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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