Brutus and Julius

BTL Staff
By | 2011-07-14T09:00:00-04:00 July 14th, 2011|Entertainment|

Across
1 Acknowledge a queen
4 Choreographer Bob
9 Just out
12 Forget about
14 LuPone Broadway role
15 Jodie Foster’s ” ___ Driver”
16 Nathan of “The Producers”
17 Furnishings
18 River near Dunkirk
19 “… a ___ deferred” (Hughes)
21 MGM rival, once
22 Madonna flick, with Dick
23 Huck Finn’s transport
25 Mariah or Madonna
27 Peter Pan opponent
30 Paul Taylor, for example
34 Windows picture
35 James Baldwin work
39 Legal plea, briefly
40 “Forbidden” perfume
41 Ribbed fabric
42 Davenport site
43 Pithy, like Quentin?
45 “___ Yankee Doodle Dandy”
46 Lesbos and others
47 Coop group member
48 Tennis champ Pete
51 Old barrier breaker
52 With 15-Down, words to Julius attributed to Brutus
54 Top
57 Papal court
58 Michelangelo’s David, and such
62 Wrinkly-skinned bitch, perhaps
64 Dickhead
66 Opening for relief
67 Shakespeare’s Globe, e.g.
68 Sonny and Cher, to Chaz
69 Purchases at San Francisco’s Good Vibrations

Down
1 Cheeky
2 Barbra’s “Funny Girl” guy
3 Fruity drink
4 Impatient, with “up”
5 In-your-face
6 With 37-Down, perverted smile, to Brutus?
7 Brought up the rear?
8 Organ pleasured by Bernstein
9 Mercury maker
10 Business VIP
11 Lean and strong
13 Rip a new asshole, to Brutus?
15 See 52-Across
20 Wrestling surface
22 New Deal org.
24 “Six ___ Under”
26 Pastoral work
27 Throw, to Billy Bean
28 Empathetic phrase
29 Williams of “The Night Listener”
31 Puts on ice
32 Cary of “Robin Hood: Men in Tights”
33 Cut of meat
36 South Beach attire
37 See 6-Down
38 They’re prone to cry out
44 Pitchfork-shaped Greek letter
46 Sussex suffix
49 Gomer’s drawl, e.g.
50 Attack helicopter
52 Start something with Mauresmo
53 Tried to tackle tight ends, e.g.
54 Lickety-split (abbr.)
55 Pet with green hair
56 Golf announcer Dave
59 Old paper part
60 Colonist loyal to Britain
61 Barely makes (out)
63 Whitman’s tool
65 Put the whammy on

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