In His Own Words

By |2015-06-04T09:00:00-04:00June 4th, 2015|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across

1 Start of a quote from “The Harvey Milk Interviews: In His Own Words”

7 More of the quote

13 As a bottom limit

15 Green fruit

16 Open, to Billie Jean

17 Working stiff

18 Before, to poets

19 Solidly behind

21 Palm Pilot, e.g.

22 “Romeo and Juliet,” e.g.

28 More of the quote

30 Playful talk

32 It may be under the tongue

35 Ref for Woolf

36 Thought originators

40 Shakespearean prince

41 Editor’s word

43 Opera highlights

44 “Cunt” author Muscio

45 When actors should come

47 More of the quote

48 Poet Dickinson

49 More of the quote

52 Get a load of

53 Queen of the hill

54 Walk like you’re fagged out

57 Best example

61 “I Shot ___ Warhol”

65 Elton John Broadway musical

66 Bottled spirits

67 Diggs of “Rent”

68 Disney duck nephew

69 End of the quote

70 Herbert’s “Fortune and Men’s ___”

Down

1 Log Cabin pundits do this to candidates

2 “Take ___ leave it!”

3 Stick together

4 Ship, to seamen

5 Provincetown souvenir

6 U-turn from NNW

7 Gardner of “Show Boat”

8 “Chicago” director Marshall

9 Logical beginning

10 Get bent

11 Pigged out (on)

12 “Brothers & Sisters” mother

14 Laid-back sort

15 Over one’s head

20 Siegfried’s partner

22 Stuff for a blow job?

23 Mapa of “Switched at Birth”

24 What the Greeks plucked

25 Moves with a hum

26 Chaplin widow

27 Sink-trap shape

28 Next up, in Dave Pallone’s sport

29 Like some cuisine

30 It’s a bust

31 Prudential rival

33 Name of many a gay bar

34 “Three Tall Women,” and more

37 Horror writer Michael

38 Precollege ed

39 Churlish chap

42 Mardi Gras, e.g.

44 Flatter, perhaps

46 Summer for Colette

48 Awfully long time

50 Part of a Seven Dwarfs’ song title

51 Bona fide

54 “Poppycock!”

55 Lucy of “Charlie’s Angels”

56 It may be Sapphic

58 Report card blemish

59 “Bambi” doe

60 Earhart’s milieu

62 Nureyev’s nyet

63 Change color

64 “Let’s do it!”

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