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    DD: $1,000 9
Alphabetical distinction of the countries whose capitals are Kinshasa, Lusaka, & Harare
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Show #673 - Wednesday, July 8, 1987

Eric Berman game 5.

Contestants

David Peterman, an area manager from Laguna Nigel, California

Mike Berkowitz, a computer programmer from Van Nuys, California

Eric Berman, a journalist from Crown Point, Indiana (4-day champion whose cash winnings total $37,101)

Jeopardy! Round

NOTORIOUS
REMAKES
STARTS WITH "F"
CLOTHING
CAMELS
POT LUCK
    $100 16
In 1939, murderer Eugene Weidmann became last person publicly executed in France in this way
    $100 1
Dashiell Hammett thriller filmed in 1931 & again in 1936, but Huston & Bogart did it right in 1941
    $100 6
Spring, scarlet or Rocky Mountain spotted
    $100 13
To treat something cautiously is to "handle" it with these on
    $100 8
Contrary to popular belief, it's where a camel stores fat, not water
    $100 14
Of cars or babies, the 1 the U.S. currently produces more of each year
    $200 17
Some of Al Capone's men who carried out St. Valentine's Day Massacre were disguised as these
    $200 2
Actor who starred with Jean Harlow in 1932's "Red Dust" & Ava Gardner in 1953 remake, "Mogambo"
    $200 7
According to the famous rhyme, number of whacks with an ax Lizzie Borden gave her father
    $200 15
Of a tabard, scabbard, or avonbard, the one that's a cape
    $200 9
Alternate name of the Arabian camel or a brand of cake mix, dates or pimientos
    $200 24
While the Knights of Pythias are a fraternal order, "knights of the road" are these
    DD: $500 18
Notorious deed in title of the following:

"All around in my home town /
They're trying to track me down /
They say they want to bring me in guilty..."
    $300 3
In both '56 & '78 versions of this, Kevin McCarthy ran around hollering, "They're here! You're next!!"
    $300 21
A theater lobby: you might pass through one on your way to a Charles Boyer movie
    $300 10
2 of the 4 New World relatives of the camel
    $300 25
Eddie Cantor & Jimmy Durante suggested this man sell hot dogs at Coney Island "at a price we can afford" --
    $400 19
Echoing "Family" philosophy, she said, "Anybody can kill anybody" just before failing to kill President Ford
    $400 4
Only film Alfred Hitchcock remade, with J. Stewart & D. Day in 1956 instead of 1934's L. Banks & E. Best
    $400 22
Some say Attila the Hun introduced this sport, also called hawking, to Europe
    $400 11
Famous Egyptian leader whose 1st name meant "camel"
    $400 26
Country in which, in the 19th century, Liederkranz cheese was created
    $500 20
Only 4 of this family's 15 children were in Old West gang that gave family name notoriety
    $500 5
Robert Donat won an Oscar playing the lead in this 1939 film; Peter O'Toole, in 1969, didn't
    $500 23
The thin, horny plates, covering the dorsal surfaces of the tips of your manual extremities
    $500 12
Camel was one of 1st brands of cigarettes combining domestic tobacco w/tobacco from this country

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

Eric Mike David
$1,500 $100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mike David
$2,000 $1,800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
AUTOMOBILES
DECEMBER 7TH
MYTHOLOGY
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
NAME CHANGES
    $200 3
In German, the country's national language, the name of this capital is Wien
    $200 15
This Korean car was fastest selling 1st year import ever in U.S. automotive history
    $200 14
Called "an insipid boy-god of no great importance even to the Romans," he comes into his own Feb. 14
    $200 1
Instrument traditionally used to play reveille & taps
    $200 4
"Golden Girl" Bernice Frankel
    $400 6
1 of 3 national capitals that begin with "O"
    $400 16
Hertz survey shows owning a car in this city is the most costly in U.S., but you gotta have one
    $400 22
The golden apples Hercules took from Atlas came from a tree that belonged to this wife of Zeus
    $400 2
In "Jack & the Beanstalk", it cried out "Master! Master!" & gave jack away
    $400 5
If fashion designer Ralph hadn't changed his surname to this, his perfume might be called "Lifshitz"
    $600 7
1 of the 2 recognized capitals of Bolivia
    $600 17
This GM car was the official automobile of the 1984 Summer Games
    $600 23
When the son of a cloud mated with the mares of Thessaly, these creatures resulted
    DD: $800 19
The standard instrumentation of a string quartet
    $600 11
Dimetrios Georgios Synodinos took the name "James G. Snyder", but gamblers know him as this
    $800 8
This Asian city is the only capital with canals called klongs
    $800 18
Debuting Feb. 28, this 1st "wide small car" accounted for 25% of AMC sales for 1975 model year
    $800 24
Hoofed & horned attendants of Dionysus
    $800 20
3 types of this instrument are the tenor, plectrum, & 5-string
    $800 12
Perhaps his real name, Eugene Klass, didn't have enough class for this "La Cage aux Folles" star
    DD: $1,000 9
Alphabetical distinction of the countries whose capitals are Kinshasa, Lusaka, & Harare
    $1000 10
Then owner of Cincinnati Reds & their stadium, his 44 mpg cars were sold in early '40s at Macy's
    $1000 25
River "sailed" by Charon, or the rock group who sang "Come Sail Away"
    $1000 21
From Greek for "self", "idiophones" is another name for this largest family of instruments
    $1000 13
After death of Admiral Nelson, this mistress, born Amy Lyon, served time in prison & died penniless

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mike David
$3,800 $2,800 $3,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

PERFORMING ARTS
1 of the 6 performers who received Kennedy Center honors December 7, 1986

Final scores:

Eric Mike David
$0 $1 $100
3rd place: his & hers Daniel Mink Cobra Collection watches 2nd place: a trip to Florida on Eastern Airlines + a total fitness plan at Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center near Tampa New champion: $100

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Eric Mike David
$4,300 $2,800 $5,600
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
4 W
14 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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