10 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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|Sunday, November 6, 2016||120A||Mack of early slapstick||Joe DiPietro|
|Sunday, January 5, 2014||144A||Director Mack of early slapstick||Alan DerKazarian|
|Saturday, November 17, 2012||18A||Pioneer of slapstick cinema||Tim Croce|
|Saturday, April 4, 2009||22A||Rival of Roach in early film comedy||Matt Ginsberg|
|Sunday, November 18, 2007||122A||Producer of the Keystone Cops films||Patrick Berry|
|Sunday, November 23, 2003||19D||Mack ___, who created the Keystone Kops||Leonard Williams|
|Sunday, July 23, 2000||50A||"Keystone Kops" producer (2)||Patrick Berry|
|Friday, March 19, 1999||59A||Keystone Kops producer Mack||Mark Diehl|
|Sunday, April 6, 1997||6D||"Keystone Kops" producer (2)||Rich Norris|
|Friday, December 2, 1994||23A||Keystone Kops creator||Bob Klahn|
6 results for SENNETT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, May 15, 1976||37D||Mack of old movies||Elaine D. Schorr||Weng|
|Thursday, May 13, 1976||44D||Hollywood's Mack||Exman||Weng|
|Friday, March 19, 1971||9D||Mack of the silents||Unknown||Weng|
|Sunday, May 21, 1967||16D||"Keystone Cops" name.||William A. Lewis, Jr.||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 24, 1954||42D||Early moviemaker.||Marion Moeser||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 8, 1950||81D||Originator of Keystone Comedies.||Henry A. Wolfe||Farrar|