10 Jeopardy! Clues October 18, 2017

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Here are 7 triple stumpers from the 10-18-2017 Jeopardy! match.

HAIL! HAIL! CHUCK BERRY ($800) The many stars paying tribute to Chuck in the 1987 doc “Hail! Hail” Rock ‘n’ Roll” included this “Long Tall Sally” singer

X ABBREVIATIONS ($800) XXX represents strength in this type of beer, like Ballantine

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE ($800) 1356’s Golden Bull stipulated that the emperor would be chosen by these voters, like the ones in Article II of the Constitution

WATERWORKS ($800) Some kids in Africa use PlayPumps, these hyphenated items aka roundabouts that pump clean water for extra fun

($2000) To release pressure on dams, when the body of the water they restrain becomes full, these passages are fashioned to allow water to go over, around or through the dam

THE ELECTRIC COMPANY ($400) Tom Lehrer wrote songs for the show, like one about this letter that likes to “turn a can into a cane”

($2000) Cartoon segments featuring Wile E. Coyote & the Road Runner were created by this man

The players got all these clues in “BOOK-POURRI”:

($200) Look out! In a Dr. Seuss sequel title, this beastly character “Comes Back”

($400) “The Elephant to Hollywood,” his memoir, goes from poverty-stricken England to success in Hollywood
$400 Book-Pourri Clue (Jeopardy! 10-18-17)

($800) Anita Diamant’s “The Red Tent” is a novel of Dinah, Jacob’s daughter, only mentioned briefly in this Bible book (Note: the novel inspired a mini-series starring Minnie Driver)

The other 2 clues and more are on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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