Jeopardy! (Trebek Premiere)

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Can you name the Answers from Alex Trebek's premiere episode (09/10/1984)?

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LAKES & RIVERS
11. River mentioned most often in the Bible 
12. Scottish word for lake 
14. River in this famous song (Song of the Volga Boatmen): 
15. American river only 33 miles shorter than the Mississippi 
16. World's largest lake, nearly 5 times as big as Superior 
INVENTIONS
13. Marconi's wonderful wireless 
17. In 1869 an American minister created this 'oriental' transportation 
18. A 1920's hunting trip to Canada inspired Birdseye's food preserving method 
19. This fastener gets its name from a brand of galoshes it was used on 
ANIMALS
1. These rodents first got to America by stowing away on ships 
2. There are about 40,000 muscles & tendons in this part of an elephant's body 
8. When husbands 'pop' for an ermine coat, they're actually buying this fur 
9. Close relative of the pig, though its name means 'river horse' 
10. If this species of hybrid's parents were reversed, you'd get a hinny 
FOREIGN CUISINE
20. The 'coq' in coq au vin 
21. A British variety is called 'bangers', a Mexican variety, 'chorizo' 
22. Jewish crepe filled with cheese 
23. French for a toothsome cut of beef served to a twosome 
ACTORS & ROLES
3. Video in which Michael Jackson plays a werewolf & a zombie 
4. Two 'Saturday Night' alumni who tried 'Trading Places' 
5. He may 'Never Say Never Again' when asked to be Bond 
6. The blonde preferred in the film 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' 
7. Sam Shepard played this barrier breaker in 'The Right Stuff' 
THE BIBLE
6. When 'Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho', these took a tumble 
7. His price was 30 pieces of silver 
13. According to the Bible, it wasn't necessarily an apple 
14. Though its name means 'city of peace', it's seen over 30 wars, the last in 1967 
15. According to 1st Timothy, it is the 'root of all evil'  
'50'S TV
9. Occupation of Richard Diamond, Peter Gunn & Mike Hammer 
10. She was 'Our Miss Brooks' 
11. Amount Michael Anthony gave out each week on behalf of John Beresford Tipton 
12. His card read 'Have gun, will travel' 
18. Name under which experimenter Don Herbert taught viewers all about science 
NATIONAL LANDMARKS
8. She came from France to harbor America's freedom 
16. When he was home, George Washington slept here 
20. The cornerstone of Massachusetts, it bears the date 1620 
19. Site where John Hancock signed his 'John Hancock' 
17. D.C. building shaken by November '83 bomb blast  
NOTORIOUS
21. It was probably a lyre, not a fiddle, if he played it while Rome burned 
22. His book, translated as 'My Struggle', outlined plans to conquer Europe 
23. Lenin called him ruthless, and his purges proved he was 
24. After the deed, he leaped to the stage shouting 'Sic semper tyrannis' 
4-LETTER WORDS
1. Pulled the trigger or what's in a jigger 
2. Basketball defense or Serling's twilight area 
3. Little girls do it with a rope, Van Halen does it in a song 
4. It's the first 4-letter word in 'The Star Spangled Banner' 
5. The president takes one before stepping into office 
FINAL JEOPARDY!: HOLIDAYS
The third Monday of January starting in 1986 

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