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Can you answer these real Jeopardy questions about movies?

  • Clue #16

    Ricki Lake appeared as a bridesmaid in this film that starred Melanie Griffith as an ambitious secretary.

    - Category: Actors and Actresses
    - Value: $300
    - Date episode aired: June 26, 2000

  • Answer #16

    What is “Working Girl”?

    The story of a Staten Island girl making her mark in the big city was a huge hit when it came out in 1988, giving Melanie Griffith her biggest role to date. The depiction of womanhood in the workplace was groundbreaking at the time.

  • Clue #17

    Jack Nicholson played L.A. private eye J.J. Gittes in this 1974 classic.

    - Category: Film Noir
    - Value: $100
    - Date episode aired: June 11, 2001

  • Answer #17

    What is “Chinatown”?

    This Roman Polanski-directed film has received its fair share of critical acclaim, from the legendary score by Jerry Goldman to the Oscar-winning screenplay.

  • Clue #18

    “Blast this Christmas music! It's joyful and triumphant.”

    - Category: Movie Quotes
    - Value: $400
    - Date episode aired: June 12, 2001

  • Answer #18

    What is “The Grinch”?

    This "Jeopardy!" question could be a tricky one for those not paying close attention to the clue. The quote comes from the live action version of “The Grinch” starring Jim Carrey, not the original 1966 animated short.

  • Clue #19

    This person appeared in more than 35 Alfred Hitchcock movies.

    - Category: At The Movies
    - Value: $400
    - Date episode aired: July 11, 2003

  • Answer #19

    Who is Alfred Hitchcock?

    Viewers could also get tripped up on this "Jeopardy!" question about the famed thriller director's oeuvre. Hitchcock was famous for putting himself in his films, often making silent, walk-on cameos like a man carrying a violin case in “Spellbound” and a man in a class reunion photograph in “Dial M for Murder.”

  • Clue #20

    In “Rocky III,” Sly regains “The Eye of the Tiger” training for a rematch with Clubber Lang, played by this man.

    - Category: Sylvester Stallone
    - Value: $800
    - Date episode aired: April 24, 2004

  • Answer #20

    Who is Mr. T?

    Mr. T—also known as Laurence Tureaud—got his first starring role in “Rocky III,” in which he had the famous line “I pity the fool!” Before breaking into film, Mr. T won the national competition for “America's Toughest Bouncer” and appeared on WWE.

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