Show #1545 - Friday, April 26, 1991

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Robert Rodeck, a professor from Honolulu, Hawaii

Paul Franklin, an attorney from Teaneck, New Jersey

Phyllis Marks, a domestic engineer originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
This late Iranian was known as the leader of the Islamic Revolution
    $100 21
It's an order of the court issued to a law officer allowing him to look over a premises for stolen material
    $100 6
In 1974, this late Monaco princess won the Mary Martin Award for promoting interest in needlepoint
    $100 16
In 1910, Baroness Orczy wrote about a lady detective in "Lady Molly of" this yard
    $100 1
These 3-sided nuts grow on gigantic trees in the Amazon basin
    $100 26
The story is set in Collinsport in this state & in it, people were always going to Bangor
    $200 9
He donated the money from his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize to the civil rights movement
    $200 22
Unlike other states, California has no age limit for this if there's parental consent
    $200 7
In 1962, E.G. Marshall won his first Emmy for his role as attorney Lawrence Preston in this TV series
    $200 17
Richard Austin Freeman created the inverted detective story in which this is revealed near the beginning
    $200 2
An oil found between the inner & outer shells of this kidney-shaped nut is used in insecticides
    $200 27
Before becoming one of Charlie's Angels, she played a ghost on "Dark Shadows"
    $300 10
After helping Castro take over Cuba, he tried to get the tin miners of Bolivia to revolt
    $300 23
Not the Attorney General, but this general usually represents the government in the U.S. Supreme Court
    $300 13
A medal named for this Lindbergh plane is given for service in aeronautics or astronautics
    $300 18
At the beginning of "The Thin Man", this man is waiting for Nora to finish her Christmas shopping
    $300 3
In the United States, Texas is 2nd in production of this nut, but #1 Georgia grows twice as much
    $300 28
Jonathan Frid played Barnabas in the original & he sank his teeth into the role in the revival
    $400 11
Under arrest and confinement from 1952 to 1961, in 1963, he became Prime Minister of Kenya; in 1964, President
    $400 24
Illegal process of staking off all or part of another miner's staked-off area for yourself
    $400 14
Andrea McArdle was nominated for a Tony in 1977 for playing this title role
    $400 19
The detective in his first story wasn't Marlowe, but Mallory, a possible reference to Sir Thomas Mallory
    $400 4
The shells of these green nuts are often dyed a bright red to mask discoloration
    $500 12
In 1958, this British philosopher helped launch the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
    $500 25
In 1609, Hugo Grotius, father of international law, said, "They are free to all nations and subject to none"
    $500 15
In 1927, this Chief Justice was given the Boy Scout Silver Buffalo Award for service to youth
    $500 20
The author pitted Nero Wolfe against J. Edgar Hoover & the FBI in "The Doorbell Rang"
    $500 5
The eastern black variety of this nut tree is the most valuable hardwood grown in the U.S.

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

Phyllis Paul Robert
$1,400 $800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Paul Robert
$2,900 $2,400 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The original German title of this adventure novel was Der Schweizerische Robinson
    $200 17
He composed his "Swan Lake" ballet while serving on the faculty of the Moscow Conservatory
    $200 4
In the TV comedy, Dobie Gillis was often seen next to this Rodin sculpture
    $200 14
Jacques Cartier originally called it the River of Canada, but it later became known by this name
    $200 24
Both David & Samson fought & killed these animals
    $200 11
After being forged, they're pitched
    $400 7
4-letter nickname of Letitia Carberry, the heroine of several Mary Roberts Rinehart stories
    $400 18
At the age of 7, he had his first polonaise published
    $400 5
He believed this statue found on Milos originally held out its arms to Cupid
    $400 15
The Klamath Indians thought that this Oregon lake's waters had healing qualities
    $400 25
The animal slain by the father to feed his returning prodigal son
    $400 12
A quartet of London teenagers holds the Guinness record for this, 11,651 pairs in 8 hours
    $600 8
"The Monk" by Matthew Gregory Lewis has been called one of the best novels of this "architectural" genre
    $600 21
This Czech composer wrote his "New World Symphony" during a 3-year stay in America
    $600 1
Students today study the form of Myron's statue of an ancient Greek athlete throwing one of these
    $600 16
This Mexican gulf was once known as the Sea of Cortez since Hernando Cortez explored it in 1535
    $600 26
Biblical poets used this Egyptian cobra's venom as a metaphor for deadly anger
    $600 13
It's made up of a heel band, a shank & a wheel or star-shaped rowel
    $800 9
Completes the title of Ken Kesey's 1964 novel, "Sometimes a Great..."
    $800 22
"Clair de Lune" composer who adapted Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" into an opera libretto
    DD: $2,300 2
He completed the model for the sculpture seen here just before his death in 1909
    $800 19
This Siberian lake is the largest freshwater lake in Eurasia
    DD: $2,000 27
The term from Leviticus for the special animal let loose into the wilderness carrying the people's sins
    $1000 10
Gustav von Aschenbach, the hero of this Thomas Mann novelette, dies of the plague in Italy
    $1000 23
The last 14 of this Viennese composer's over 600 lieder were published after his death as "Swan Song"
    $1000 3
The marble sculptures named for the British Lord who removed them from the Parthenon
    $1000 20
The Gulf of Trieste is the northern extension of this sea
    $1000 28
The animal Abraham finally sacrificed as a burnt offering instead of his son Isaac

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Paul Robert
$5,300 $5,200 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

California & this southern state have the only U.S. points below sea level

Final scores:

Phyllis Paul Robert
$10,500 $4,200 $5,300
2-day champion: $12,099 3rd place: tennis rackets + Nintendo Entertainment System 2nd place: a cruise to the Bahamas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Phyllis Paul Robert
$5,300 $5,200 $3,500
17 R,
5 W
13 R,
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,000

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Game tape date: 1991-02-18
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