SEEING STARS IN MOVIES

New York Times, Sunday, November 15, 1992

Author:Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 94, Avg Word Len: 5.12, Missing: { F Q Z }, Scrabble score: 650 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 153, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 22, XRef: 1
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1. "Jaws" fish : SHARK
6. Role in Chekhov's "The Three Sisters" : MASHA
11. ___ Heyerdahl : THOR
15. Plan in detail : CHART
20. Lofty nest : AERIE
21. Chinese horns : OBOES
22. Chaplin's widow : OONA
23. Rabbit of filmdom : ROGER
24. Ron's 1932 good luck piece? : SILVERDOLLAR
27. Ben's 1961 island? : BLUEHAWAII
29. Sign to delight angels : SRO
30. Irritated : PEEVED
31. Mild expletives : EGADS
33. Exaggerate : OVERDO
34. Aunt in "Oklahoma!" : ELLER
35. Touches upon : ABUTS
36. "___ I say . . . " : DOAS
37. Kind of scene : MOB
40. Fish eggs : ROE
41. Kind of dive : CRASH
42. Family branch : SEPT
43. ___-la-la : TRA
46. Bellicose Olympian : ARES
48. Doris's 1937 diversion? : ADAYATTHERACES
52. Producer Wallis : HAL
53. Moved suddenly : DARTED
55. Street show : RAREE
56. Netman Camporese : OMAR
57. Streisand role in "Hello, Dolly!" : LEVI
58. "Tonight!" host: 1954-57 : ALLEN
59. Playbill heading : ACTI
60. Mother ___, U.S. saint : SETON
62. City on the Po : TURIN
63. First-aid contrivance : SLING
64. Karen's 1934 nemesis? : THEBLACKCAT
67. Teatime refreshment : SCONE
68. Author Rand : AYN
69. Peggy and Spike : LEES
70. Opposite of aweather : ALEE
71. Having a nap : RAISED
72. Pasch : EASTER
75. Drudgery : GRINS
76. Money in Haiti : GOURDE
78. Went by cab : TAXIED
80. Author of "A Death in the Family" : AGEE
81. Part of H.C.L. : COST
82. Ralph Rackstraw, e.g. : TAR
85. Granny Smith is one : APPLE
86. Betty's 1985 evenings? : WHITENIGHTS
90. Disgrace : SHAME
92. World-weary : BORED
93. Author Godden : RUMER
94. Comedian Rudner : RITA
95. Roomy film of 1967? : HOTEL
96. Ran, as dye : BLED
97. Window division : PANE
98. What bindweeds do : TWINE
100. A three-time A.L. M.V.P. : MANTLE
101. Chi. trains : ELS
102. Cleavon's 1979 indulgence? : ALITTLEROMANCE
106. Enter : GOIN
107. Uno + uno : DOS
108. Stainers' containers : VATS
109. Love, in Roma : AMORE
110. Pindar work : ODE
112. Morsel for Trigger : OAT
113. Strip of wood : LATH
114. Fence straddler : STILE
115. Restrict : LIMIT
117. Vessel for a hypodermic solution : AMPULE
120. Not worth ___ of beans : AHILL
121. Actress Rule : JANICE
122. Org. founded in 1910 : BSA
125. Neil's 1935 merchant? : DIAMONDJIM
127. Martin's 1986 accident? : SHORTCIRCUIT
130. "Over the Rainbow" songwriter : ARLEN
131. Rhine tributary : AARE
132. "___ Little, Love a Little," Presley film : LIVEA
133. Actor in "The Deep" : NOLTE
134. Soda jerk's brews : MALTS
135. ___ Rabbit : BRER
136. Tangle : SNARL
137. Actress Burstyn : ELLEN
1. Soprano Sylvia ___ : SASS
2. Legatee : HEIR
3. A Guthrie : ARLO
4. "6 Rms ___ Vu" : RIV
5. Custodian : KEEPER
6. Worked for Eileen Ford : MODELED
7. Over : ABOVE
8. Spanish composer: 1729-83 : SOLER
9. Anna ___, memorable singer-actress : HELD
10. Botanist Gray : ASA
11. "___ in fiery floods . . . ": Shak. : TOBATHE
12. Ships' cargo spaces : HOLDS
13. Stigma : ONUS
14. "Norma ___" : RAE
15. Neckties : CRAVATS
16. Actress in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" : HOWES
17. Seaweed product : AGAR
18. Kate of "Atlantic City" : REID
19. "Jolly ___," Hals painting : TRIO
25. Insert cartridges again : RELOAD
26. Sales incentive : REBATE
28. Burt Reynolds film: 1978 : HOOPER
32. Spurt : GUSH
35. Craft, in Cádiz : ARTE
36. Pour : DECANT
37. ___ March hare : MADASA
38. Via speech : ORALLY
39. Irving's 1948 transportation? : BERLINEXPRESS
41. Indian for whom a sea was named : CARIB
42. Place of Mead studies : SAMOA
43. Pete's 1955 insignia? : THEROSETATTOO
44. Gorge : RAVINE
45. Used a T square : ALINED
47. "Nana" actress : STEN
49. Tell, for one : ARCHER
50. Director of "Breaking Away" : YATES
51. Military org. : ROTC
54. High-school subj. : ENG
57. Clear : LUCID
59. Fit to ___ : ATEE
60. Part of 59 Across, sometimes : SCENEI
61. Squeezed by : EKES
62. Nicholas I or II : TSAR
65. More spacious : LARGER
66. Outsider : ALIEN
69. Soul group : LTD
71. Furrow : RUT
73. Was out of sorts : AILED
74. Spore : SEED
75. Slalom obstacle : GATE
76. Ill-___ (acquired improperly) : GOTTEN
77. Greek peak : OSSA
78. Designated : TABBED
79. ___ Creed of "Rocky" : APOLLO
81. Hutch display : CHINA
83. Fielding novel : AMELIA
84. Let up : RELENT
86. Apparition : WRAITH
87. Pursues : HUNTS
88. "___ a man who wasn't there" : IMET
89. Soot; smutch : GRIME
90. ___ Na Na : SHA
91. ___ Kong : HONG
97. Typewriter part : PLATEN
98. Sings lustily : TROLLS
99. Had on : WORE
100. Famed Florentine family : MEDICI
102. Actor-singer Frankie and kin : AVALONS
103. English religious reformer: 1485-1555 : LATIMER
104. Actor Jannings : EMIL
105. Like Judy Tenuta : COMICAL
111. Everlasting, in poesy : ETERNE
113. Director of "Network" : LUMET
114. English county : SHIRE
115. Grub : LARVA
116. ___ alia : INTER
117. TV's "___-12" : ADAM
118. Star in Cetus : MIRA
119. Grow tiresome : PALL
120. Slightly open : AJAR
121. Unite : JOIN
122. Papal edict : BULL
123. Location : SITE
124. Solar disk : ATEN
126. Smidgen : DAB
128. Cambridge inst. for would-be attorneys : HLS
129. Mountain pass : COL

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