11 Jeopardy! Clues February 13, 2018

Here are 2 categories from the 2-13-2018 Jeopardy! match.

OLD NAMES ON THE MAP ($400) After North Vietnamese troops captured it in 1975, it was renamed Ho Chi Minh City

($800) “The King and I” is set in the 1860s in this country

($1200) Zimbabwe was formerly known as this & also Southern this

($1600) For most of the 1980s, Cambodia was known by this name

($2000) Prior to 1925, this world capital was known as Kristiania

SAD! ($400) Tom Hanks just wants some time with his girl after ages on an island in this 2000 movie, but she’s moved on

($800) When Andy gives Woody to Bonnie in the third movie in this series, the handkerchiefs start a-flutterin’

($1200) All the singing in the world from Ewan McGregor can’t bring this actress back to life at the end of “Moulin Rouge!”

($1600) After his death, Gerard Butler’s love letters sent to Hilary Swank end with this afterthought, the movie’s title

($2000) Lifelong friends Bette Midler & Barbara Hershey sit on the sand one last time at the end of this uber-chick flick

Once again, there were only 3 triple stumpers in the game (by our count). This one had an image to go with it:

WORD PUZZLES ($2000) Tuna fisherman’s catch
$2000 Word Puzzles clue (Jeopardy! 2-13-2018)

The other 2 stumpers, along with today’s Daily Doubles and more information on Final Jeopardy!, are on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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