Ben-Her

By | 2016-09-29T09:00:00+00:00 September 29th, 2016|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across
1 Opportunity for Glenn Burke
6 “Pirates of the Caribbean” locales
11 Cruising areas
15 Michael of “Miss Congeniality”
16 Time on the job
17 R.E.M. neck attachment
18 Alec Guinness play
19 South Pacific kingdom
20 Roughly
21 With 23-Across, documentary in which “Ben-Hur”‘s gay subtext was revealed, with “The”
23 See 21-Across
25 Paul Simon’s “Richard ___”
26 Lidded box in “Six Feet Under”
28 Convincing
30 Getty of “The Golden Girls”
34 Like a 90-pound weakling
35 Move barely
38 Hunter that comes out at night
39 Poet McKuen
40 With 55-Across, “Ben-Hur” actor unaware of the gay subtext
42 Solidly behind
43 “___ roll!” (winner’s cry)
45 Just for laughs
46 Deity on “Xena”
47 Shakespearean sister
49 “The Queen” star Helen
51 Brought to an end
54 Irene of “Fame”
55 See 40-Across
58 Writer of the gay subtext
62 It comes out of your head
63 Nuts
65 St. Teresa’s town
66 Maria’s “do” equivalent
67 “American Idol” judge Paula
68 Source of gaiety?
69 Drops the curtain on
70 Like some porn
71 Rims

Down
1 Current band of the past?
2 Actor Diggs
3 “Kinsey” director
4 Explanatory tool
5 One of the fruits of academic success
6 Comparison phrase
7 Like a tough guy
8 Evans of “Dynasty”
9 Wilde tongue, for short
10 Piles of pancakes
11 Vehicle for Teletubby Po
12 Patty Sheehan’s average scores
13 Recess at St. Mary’s?
14 “Chim-Chim-Cheree” residue
22 “Mulholland Drive” director David
24 Spoil the surprise
27 Nose feature
28 Former New York governor Mario
29 Chases behind
31 Interpreting your lover’s kisses?
32 “Two Women” star
33 Mireille, whose name rhymes with “penis”
34 Nice Nellie
36 Suffix with southeast
37 Fairy’s cousin
40 Menotti’s middle name
41 Where Dick Button performed
44 Fruity juices
46 Came
48 Sea off Greece
50 Damage severely
52 “Great balls of fire!”
53 Cushion under your tush
55 Leather, essentially
56 Genie portrayer Barbara
57 It gets spilled at wild parties
59 Trust in, with “on”
60 Protected, to seamen
61 Barrie’s Wendy, e.g.
64 Org. for sweaty men in shorts

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