This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.

MOVIE DOUBLES

New York Times, Sunday, October 9, 2016

Who says "O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!," in Shakespeare

Author:
Michael Ashley
Editor:
Will Shortz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
117/29/200110/9/20160
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
7000022
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.56001
Michael Ashley

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Ashley.
Michael Ashley notes:
This puzzle began life as a joke. I asked a friend, have you heard about the movie sequel about the greatest mohel in Brooklyn? Anyone who knew what a mohel is has gotten a LOL moment at ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
This puzzle gave me quite a few entertaining moments. First, the title is perfect — MOVIE DOUBLES hinting at the doubling of one letter in a movie title for kooky effect — and more ... read more
1
C
2
L
3
A
4
P
5
E
6
G
7
G
8
O
9
I
10
S
11
A
12
Y
13
Z
14
O
15
R
16
R
17
O
18
L
A
L
A
19
C
R
I
S
20
I
21
S
M
O
D
E
22
A
R
Y
A
N
23
A
M
E
R
24
I
C
A
N
S
N
I
P
P
E
R
25
P
E
A
C
E
26
S
A
R
A
C
E
N
27
S
T
A
H
L
28
S
P
A
N
K
S
29
P
R
O
S
E
30
D
31
U
32
D
E
33
L
I
P
34
R
E
A
D
35
T
36
H
E
L
A
T
37
T
E
S
H
O
W
38
S
39
A
40
P
41
A
42
B
43
H
44
O
R
R
E
N
T
45
A
D
M
I
T
46
S
47
M
A
S
H
48
A
L
O
H
A
S
49
A
E
50
R
O
51
O
52
P
H
E
L
I
A
53
M
O
M
M
Y
54
Z
E
D
S
55
A
56
G
R
E
E
M
E
N
T
57
C
O
M
E
S
58
T
O
59
V
60
S
61
I
G
N
62
E
D
O
M
63
O
D
E
64
H
O
65
O
66
T
P
U
R
S
U
67
I
T
68
S
69
S
70
A
71
A
72
U
73
T
O
74
J
O
S
I
E
75
S
A
76
D
77
D
L
E
D
78
J
79
O
L
T
I
N
80
J
O
E
81
N
82
I
83
N
O
84
O
V
O
I
D
85
I
R
O
N
A
G
E
86
S
E
T
I
87
I
M
D
O
N
E
88
B
Y
N
E
S
89
S
90
S
91
G
92
T
S
93
S
O
94
B
S
I
S
T
E
R
95
E
X
E
96
A
S
T
A
R
R
97
I
S
B
O
R
N
98
R
99
A
V
I
O
L
I
100
N
O
E
L
101
A
102
R
103
E
104
N
105
A
106
F
107
R
108
I
E
Z
E
109
P
A
T
110
T
I
111
O
112
P
T
I
M
U
S
113
R
E
M
I
T
114
A
S
H
O
O
T
115
I
116
N
T
H
E
D
A
R
K
117
A
D
A
G
E
118
G
I
A
N
T
S
Q
U
I
D
119
E
L
S
E
120
N
S
Y
N
C
121
A
N
D
S
122
S
T
E
S
123
S
L
E
W
© 2016, The New York Times10/9/16 ( No. 24,442 )
Across
1
Loud sound in a storm : CLAP
5
Brand in the freezer aisle : EGGO
9
"Well, blimey!" : ISAY
13
Masked hero : ZORRO
18
___ land : LALA
19
Emergency state : CRISISMODE
22
Indo-___ : ARYAN
23
One working for Supercuts? : AMERICANSNIPPER
25
"Later" : PEACE
26
Crusader's foe : SARACEN
27
Longtime "60 Minutes" reporter : STAHL
28
Beats handily : SPANKS
29
"Always be a poet, even in ___": Baudelaire : PROSE
30
Bro : DUDE
33
See what one is saying? : LIPREAD
35
Barista's big reveal? : THELATTESHOW
38
Fall guy : SAP
41
Awful : ABHORRENT
45
Allow : ADMIT
46
Put-away shot : SMASH
48
Pacific farewells : ALOHAS
49
Lead-in to -drome : AERO
51
Who says "O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!," in Shakespeare : OPHELIA
53
Cry after an owie, maybe : MOMMY
54
British terminals? : ZEDS
55
Concord : AGREEMENT
57
Wakens : COMESTO
59
Winning gesture : VSIGN
62
Biblical kingdom : EDOM
63
"___ to Psyche" : ODE
64
Search for a really funny person? : HOOTPURSUIT
68
Monthly check-issuing org. : SSA
71
Camera setting : AUTO
74
"___ and the Pussycats" : JOSIE
75
Burdened (with) : SADDLED
78
Nickname for DiMaggio : JOLTINJOE
81
Child in Chile : NINO
84
Humpty Dumpty-shaped : OVOID
85
Post-Neolithic period : IRONAGE
86
Astrobiologists' org. : SETI
87
"That's it for me" : IMDONE
88
Actress Amanda of "She's the Man" : BYNES
89
Army E-6s: Abbr. : SSGTS
93
Writer who specializes in sentimental stories : SOBSISTER
95
Program file suffix : EXE
96
Declaration at Ringo's birth? : ASTARRISBORN
98
Chef Boyardee offering : RAVIOLI
100
'Tis the season : NOEL
101
___ football : ARENA
106
Parthenon feature : FRIEZE
109
Singer LaBelle : PATTI
111
Best: Lat. : OPTIMUS
113
Send, as payment : REMIT
114
Photographer's impossible task? : ASHOOTINTHEDARK
117
"Poor Richard's Almanack" offering : ADAGE
118
Menace in "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" : GIANTSQUID
119
Other than that : ELSE
120
"This I Promise You" band, 2000 : NSYNC
121
Added details : ANDS
122
Divisions of office bldgs. : STES
123
Whole bunch : SLEW
Down
1
Hug : CLASP
2
University in Beaumont, Tex. : LAMAR
3
Old Olds : ALERO
4
Law office staffers, informally : PARAS
5
"Look!," to Livy : ECCE
6
Spanish nobleman : GRANDEE
7
Cry at a card table : GIN
8
W.W. II org. : OSS
9
Stuck through : IMPALED
10
Specious reasoning : SOPHISM
11
University in Garden City, Long Island : ADELPHI
12
"___ out!" (ump's cry) : YER
13
Frank who was called the "Electric Don Quixote" : ZAPPA
14
Mountain nymph : OREAD
15
Politico Paul : RYAN
16
Billiards need : RACK
17
Till compartment : ONES
20
Smaller picture : INSET
21
Canine command : SIT
24
Freezer items : ICETRAYS
28
Darn, e.g. : SEW
31
Radii partners : ULNAE
32
Saw : DATED
34
Part of an ignition system : ROTOR
36
Timecard measure: Abbr. : HRS
37
Philosophical lead-in to -ism : TAO
38
Money in Oregon state coffers? : SALEMSLOOT
39
A ___ apple : ASIN
40
Cool, in old slang : PHAT
41
Company near the start of the telephone book listings : AAMCO
42
Relatives : BLOOD
43
French bachelor? : HOMMEALONE
44
"Goodness!" : OHME
46
Spade holder : SHED
47
It might start "Attn." : MEMO
50
Gets back (to), in a way : RSVPS
52
Katniss's love in "The Hunger Games" : PEETA
54
Morning ___ : ZOO
55
D.O.J. figures : AGS
56
Serengeti roamer : GNU
58
Slim beachwear : THONG
60
___ generis : SUI
61
Cara of "Fame" : IRENE
65
Eye: Sp. : OJO
66
Part of a boot : TOE
67
Prefix with -therm : ISO
69
River spanned by the Pont Neuf : SEINE
70
Member of the genus Vipera : ADDER
72
Magazine founder Eric : UTNE
73
Members of la familia : TIAS
76
Own, so to speak : DOMINATE
77
Redbox offerings : DVDS
78
Be in harmony : JIBE
79
Serengeti roamer : ORYX
80
Country music's Colter : JESSI
82
"Truly" : ITSSO
83
Daughter of Tantalus : NIOBE
86
Cold War land: Abbr. : SSR
87
Mediterranean land: Abbr. : ISR
90
Pays a short visit : STOPSIN
91
Son of Sir Lancelot : GALAHAD
92
Large sea snails : TRITONS
94
Bit of attire for Roy Rogers : BOLOTIE
96
Forum greeting : AVE
97
Quick signature: Abbr. : INITS
98
Rule : REIGN
99
San Diego State athlete : AZTEC
102
Coasters, e.g. : RIDES
103
Online shoppers' destination : EMALL
104
Sip : NURSE
105
Slightly off : ASKEW
106
Football Hall-of-Famer Tarkenton : FRAN
107
Cold War side : REDS
108
"___ as well" : IMAY
110
Little 'un : TOT
112
Many tenured profs : PHDS
114
Old Turkish commander : AGA
115
Some test results, for short : IQS
116
Crank : NUT

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Like this puzzle? Please share this page on social media to help spread the word about XWord Info. Thanks!