11 Jeopardy! Clues September 19, 2017

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Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 9-19-2017 Jeopardy! match.

SONNETS ($800) Shakespeare wrote, “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like” this heavenly body

SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOWS ($1000) Many of the early shows, including the first one featured this Louisiana’s school’s famous marching band

THE REVOLUTION ($2000) Pridi Phanamyong was among the “promoters” who ended this SE Asian country’s absolute monarchy in 1932

IT’S A WIRED WORLD ($2000)Japan’s K computer was the first to use 10 of these units of processing speeds, one of which equals 1,000 terraflops

ORCHESTRA ($800) “The Art of” playing this reed instrument says the designation “Clown of the Orchestra” is an insult

($1200) The former Electric Light Orchestra, now billed as this singer’s ELO, appeared with an actual orchestra on its 2016 tour

The players got all the clues in FISHY CINEMA:

($400) Joe Alves designed the shark for this 1975 film

($800) Flounder the Fish and Sebastian the Crab are Ariel’s sidekicks in this animated favorite

($1200) This type of carnivorous fish menaces the folks at Lost River Lake in a 1978 film

($1600) Willem Dafoe voiced a Moorish Idol fish named Gill in this 2003 animated movie

($2000) Kevin Kline shoves french fries up Michael Palin’s nose & eats Palin’s beloved tropical fish in this film

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