10 Jeopardy! Clues March 15, 2017

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Here are 5 triple stumpers from the 3-15-2017 Jeopardy! match.

THICK AS A BRICK ($1000) Suetonius wrote that this emperor said he “found Rome a city of bricks and left it a city of marble.”

WE’VE GOT COMPANY ($800) Les Paul designed the solid-body guitar this company introduced in 1952

WALK, THIS WAY ($1000) Now do this move with your square dance partner, do-si-do, like guests into a ballroom for a formal event

“B”OOK REPLACEMENTS ($600) “B is for Grafton”

THE 1940s ($2000) In 1949 this U.N. diplomat & future Nobel Peace Prize winner was awarded the NAACP’s Spingarn Medal

The player got all these cludes in “MOVIE TITLE PLACES”:

($400) Catherine Zeta Jones sang “I Can’t Do It Alone” in this 2002 musical

($800) Here are a few stars of this 2001 WWII flick: Ben Affleck, Kate Beckinsale & Jennifer Garner

($1200) The title establishment of this Wes Anderson film isn’t in Hungary but in the fictional Zubrowka

($1600) Sanke Plissken hits the Big Apple– & by that I mean he really beats the bejeesuz out of it– in this 1981 action pic

($2000) Benicio Del Toro played Dr. Gonzo & Tobey Maguire a hitchhiker in this 1998 film based on a Hunter S. Thompson book

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