Amazing Actress


Across

1 Where open drawers can reveal a lot

5 Early AIDS play

9 Garbo, for one

14 Police incursion at Stonewall

15 Bone in a limp wrist

16 Stand next to Eakins

17 Type of geometry with triangles

19 Milan showplace, with "la"

20 1985 movie with the actress in circles

22 Bond opponent

24 Prepare to shoot off again

25 It may keep you up at night

27 Cheapest bas reliefs of Lincoln

31 Fabric name ending

32 Title character for Barbra

36 The two of them

38 McKuen and more

40 With 57-Across, 1984 movie with the actress in circles

42 Kind of package

43 At some remove

44 Brought up the rear?

46 Swell location

47 Olympic nickname

50 Placed one inside another

52 Ready for action, in the men's room

56 " ___ Side Story"

57 See 40-Across

62 Trooper's device

63 Sweet, hairy guy?

67 Top

68 From square one

69 "Otello" villain

70 What a jockey straddles

71 Untouchable head

72 Oman man

Down

1 Eminem's mentor

2 What 50 million Frenchmen never drink

3 Caesar's thus

4 Duet partner for Tony Bennett

5 Subject of autoerotic fantasy?

6 More devious

7 Like someone blown away

8 Vixen's master

9 Part of Ali Babi's opening

10 Queer

11 Actor Morales

12 Woody valley

13 Jerusalem server

18 "Maurice" director James

21 Extra in "Lord of the Rings"

22 Go extinct

23 "Grease" director Kleiser

25 Wang in fashion

26 Bygone nuclear agcy.

28 Network of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show"

29 Says "Bottoms up!"

30 Castro, in San Francisco

33 Little black bk. listings

34 Stuff for a blow job?

35 Tony Randall's "7 Faces of Dr. ___ "

37 All that's seen of the Wizard, at first

39 B'way hit sign

41 Alternative to smoking

45 Disney duck

48 Gave a hoot

49 Areas for Dr. Callie Torres

51 Balkan region

53 Hawke or Allen

54 Fairy tale hag

55 The sounds of music

57 Very in Vichy

58 "Hold your horses!"

59 Falco of "The Sopranos"

60 Mr. Right-now

61 They have boughs for bows

64 Stud site

65 Eastern title

66 "Chicago" director Marshall

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