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Can you answer these real Jeopardy questions about movies?

  • Clue #11

    In “Free Willy,” Willy is this type of creature.

    - Category: The Movies
    - Value: $100
    - Date episode aired: Feb. 18, 1994

  • Answer #11

    What is a killer whale?

    Kids who grew up in the ‘90s probably remember this heartwarming movie about one young boy's quest to return a captive killer whale named Willy to his natural habitat. What they might not know is that the whale who played Willy had a much sadder life story.

  • Clue #12

    This 1995 film tells the story of a piglet who dreams of being a sheepdog.

    - Category: Pigs on Film
    - Value: $300
    - Date episode aired: Nov. 8, 1995

  • Answer #12

    What is “Babe”?

    Baa ram ewe! This adorable film about a piglet with grand ambitions was beloved by audiences around the world and even earned actor James Cromwell an Oscar nod. Fun fact: 48 different large white Yorkshire piglets played the title role.

  • Clue #13

    This 1963 portrait of a frustrated director is often considered Fellini's masterpiece.

    - Category: The Movies
    - Value: $1000
    - Date episode aired: Nov. 10, 1995

  • Answer #13

    What is “8 1/2"?

    This film question came up on an episode of "Celebrity Jeopardy!" featuring actor Thomas Haden Church, actress Yasmine Bleeth, and comedian Jeff Foxworthy. Foxworthy went on to win with a score of $6,100.

  • Clue #14

    In this 1992 Susan Sarandon film, olive oil was used as a treatment for A.L.D., a rare nerve disease.

    - Category: The Movies
    - Value: $200
    - Date episode aired: June 26, 1997

  • Answer #14

    What is “Lorenzo's Oil”?

    “Lorenzo's Oil” is based on the true story of Augusto and Michaela Odone, whose son Lorenzo Odone was borne with adrenoleukodystrophy or ALD. When conventional medicine couldn't do much to help their son, the Odones took matters into their own hands and developed a chemical compound that appeared to slow the progression of the disease. The real-life Lorenzo lived to the age of 30—much longer than the life expectancy given to him by his doctors.

  • Clue #15

    Burgess Meredith could have sung “Hello, Dolly!” when he played this man in the film “Magnificent Doll.”

    - Category: Acting Presidents
    - Value: $400
    - Date episode aired: June 2, 1998

  • Answer #15

    Who is James Madison?

    Ginger Rogers played Dolly Madison while Burgess Meredith played her husband James in this 1946 biopic. Interestingly, Dolly was the star of the film, not her presidential husband.

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