A 1931 Charlie Chaplin film & a West Coast bookstore open since 1953 both bear this name

Find out the Final Jeopardy Answer for the episode airing on Wednesday, July 12 2023!

Today’s Final Jeopardy Category is: Name’s The Same

Today’s contestants are Justin White, Ittai Sopher and Mia McGill.

Today’s Final Jeopardy

A 1931 Charlie Chaplin film & a West Coast bookstore open since 1953 both bear this name

Final Jeopardy Answer

The Final Jeopardy Answer is: City Lights

Final Jeopardy Explanation

“City Lights” is the name that both the 1931 Charlie Chaplin film and the West Coast bookstore open since 1953 share.

City Lights is the Charlie Chaplin silent film released in 1931, and is considered one of Chaplin’s most important films. It is a blend of comedy and drama, with Chaplin’s character of the Tramp falling in love with a blind flower girl.

City Lights Bookstore is a landmark independent bookstore and publisher based in San Francisco, California. It was co-founded in 1953 by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Peter D. Martin and became a prominent place for the Beat generation in the West Coast. Named after the Chaplin film, the store has been an important place for progressive politics and culture.

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Alex Matthews

Alex has been an avid fan of television since they were a child, always eager to discover new shows and characters. Over the years, Alex has written numerous articles and essays about television, exploring the themes, characters, and cultural impact of some of the most beloved shows of our time.

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