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Jeopardy     Art Fleming   2000th Episode Tags: Jeopardy          Art  Fleming      2000th  Episode 
Added: 26th November 2007
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Posted By: Old Fart
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2007-11-26 
Didn't he do Concentration too? Old days I like the new song for Jeopardy better
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-26 
Do you have this entire show? I know someone who would be delighted to get any of the old Art Fleming broadcasts. He belongs to a Jeopardy! preservation society. Apparently they have none of the Art Fleming-era shows!
Posted by: Sophia on 2007-11-26 
Did you know that Merv Griffin first composed the theme song called Think, as a lullaby for his son, which he called A Time for Tony. He later claimed that as the theme song for Jeopardy he earned $70,000,000 in royalties! Not bad..not bad at all.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-27 
I remember one Jeopardy contestant, who was a music professor, told Alex Trebec he had composed lyrics for the theme. The opening two lines were..

If you think your brain is strong,
Jeopardy will prove you wrong!
Posted by: Cathy on 2007-11-27 
Well the 'Think' song worked on all my kids they loved it! Same with Wheel of Fortune, he made that show to right?
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-11-27 
He sure did Cathy...Wheel of Fortune debuted as a daytime program in 1975, and Merv also composed the original theme song, entitled Changing Keys, which was heard on the show from 1983 to 2000.
Posted by: eric1957 on 2007-11-30 
In Twilight Zone the Movie segment called Kick the Can the people at a nursing home were watching Jeopardy.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-05-10 
For my money Jeopoardy! is the best game show ever to appear on TV. It has never been dumbed down to appeal to a broader audience. Successful contestants have to be knowledgeable on a wide variety of subjects. They need sound decision-making skills too.
Posted by: Clevelandrox on 2010-07-10 
All too short of a clip for me...I was looking forward to seeing the old-style game board again! :(
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