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30 min
IMDB rate:
33 wins & 76 nominations
Country: USA
Filming Locations: Sony Pictures Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Alex Trebek
Himself - Host / ... (6,876 episodes, 1984-2015)
Johnny Gilbert
Himself - Announcer (6,871 episodes, 1984-2015)
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Ken Jennings currently holds the title for most wins on the show. He has won 74 times in a row.
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On the 19 January 1993 program, then Air Force Lt. Col. Daryl Scott won a game with only $1. He won another $13,401 the next day.
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In 1984, when Jeopardy! returned on to television, the main theme track was altered from that of the 1984 pilot to become more electronic. The original version of "Think!" was used for Final Jeopardy!. The main theme was remixed with a bongo track for the 1991-1992 tournament games. The remixed version was used full time starting in the 1992-93 season. In 1997, an all-new arrangement for both the main theme and the Final Jeopardy! Round "Think!" music made, with jazzy orchestral arrangements by Steve Kaplan. The main theme was updated again in 2001, with arrangements similar to the previous version. In 2008, an all-new arrangement of both the main theme and "Think!" music was created for the 25th season by Chris Bell Music, Inc. The theme has gone through some slight re-orchestrations since the beginning of the 25th season. Starting October 13, 2008, Jeopardy! began using a different track (from the same package) of the "Think!" music from time to time until it eventually replaced the previous version. The newer version used a piano lead.
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Johnny Gilbert: [introducing Alex Trebek] And now, here is the host of "Jeopardy!"... Alex Trebek!
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Johnny Gilbert: This is Johnny Gilbert speaking. "Jeopardy!" is a production of Merv Griffin Enterprises.
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Johnny Gilbert: "Jeopardy!" was created by Merv Griffin.
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Where can I find information about a particular game or player?
You can find an unofficial list of games and players at the fan-created J! Archive here.
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