13 Jeopardy! Clues January 18, 2017

Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 1-18-2017 Jeopardy! match.

AMERICAN AUTHORS ($200) In 1990 Time Magazine called this “Presumed Innocent” author “the Bard of the Litigious Age”

($1000) In 1984 a Presidential Medal of Freedom went to this author of “Hondo” & dozens of other western novels

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF HISTORY ($800) Hike in the footsteps of settlers & Native Americans on the Natchez Trace, starting in this state

SHELLFISH ($2000) Each year over 100 million of the red species of this shellfish on Christmas Island mass migrate to spawn in the sea

BIOGRAPHIES ($1200) “Illustrations of Camp Life” is a chapter title in a bigoraphy of this 19th century photographer

CERAMICS ($800) China’s Yung Lo period was noted for its paper-thin white bowls called t’o t’ai, also known by this brittle name

($2000) In 1901 Edward VII gave permission for this Lambeth, London pottery to use the word “Royal” in its name

Y_O_Y ($400) Young fellow seen here turning 3 on his special day
$400 Y-O-Y Jeopardy! clue (1-18-17)

The players got all these clues in CLASSIC DISNEY TITLE CHARACTERS:

($200) His mom– in chains. His ears– laughable. Tough times for this 1941 character

($400) His mom– killed. His home– ablaze. Tough times for this 1942 character

($600) Playing an unusual game of croquet, she keeps her head about her

($800) On the run, she moves in with a bunch of dudes

($1000) He foils an Indian princess kidnapping plot & attempted murder

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