Final Jeopardy: British Novels

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12 Responses

  1. Dalton Higbee says:

    She should have gotten the Daily Double right so she would have been the leader in FJ!

  2. Dalton Higbee says:

    Fridays still have the toughest FJ! clues this season, especially for the leaders.

  3. Lou says:

    There is a movie based on the novel starring Judi Dench, the same woman that was on pride and prejudice. Was Jamaica Inn also based on a movie as well (the response that david wrote?) VJ? From what I can see, this week has been a leader curse

    • VJ says:

      Hi, Lou. Yes, there’s been a few film adaptations of Jamaica Inn. The first (1939) with Charles Laughton and Maureen O’Hara was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. There was a miniseries with Jane Seymour. I ought to see it sometime. She was in a miniseries of East of Eden and, seriously, I like that better than the James Dean movie.

      LINK: 9 more clues from this match

      • rhonda says:

        I didn’t know about Jane Seymour and the Jamaica Inn miniseries, VJ, so glad you mentioned it. I just love her!

        • VJ says:

          Me too, Rhonda, but actually, Jane plays Maureen O’Hara’s role ( I love her, too) in a 1983 TV movie (LINK)

          It’s Jessica Brown Findlay in the BBC miniseries. Sorry ’bout the mix-up!

        • rhonda says:

          That’s ok, VJ. Thanks so much for the link, I am going to watch this when I have a chance.
          I love Jessica Brown Findlay, too, from Downton Abbey.

  4. aaaa says:

    Sony who owns Jeopardy and WHeel of Fortune must be producing that Smurfs movie that’s coming out soon

  5. aaaa says:

    43/61 here. A show with a Clue Crew category usually doesn’t see 61 clues played, but today’s did. THe fact that the second DD in DJ! wasn’t revealed until the last clue, and the fact that the CLue Crew category was played last(it was in round one), helped a bit.

    • VJ says:

      I was indeed surprised (happily so) that we got to that last DD. Those clues in Explorers Club were long and 3 were triple stumpers!

      I was also surprised by the dancing Smurfs at the end :D

  6. Michele Martinelli DiCola says:

    Love this site

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