Not in Kansas Any More

By |2009-10-01T09:00:00-04:00October 1st, 2009|Entertainment|

Across

1 Dealing with actors’ parts
8 Rude lookers
15 Blanche Wiesen Cook subject
16 Mogadishu’s country
17 With 18-Across, gay anthem from “The Wizard of Oz”
18 See 17-Across
19 When repeated, a “Funny Girl” song
20 Billy and nanny
21 With 36-Across, gay men, in terms of “The Wizard of Oz”
27 Piece of leg
30 Greek philosophical type
31 Stand up to
35 Arena cry, to Marga Gomez
36 See 21-Across
38 “This instant!”
39 With a wide-open mouth
41 Printer’s widths
42 Shelley Duvall role in “Popeye”
44 Sex advice guru Dan
46 Miniature golf club
47 Andrew Van de Camp, for one
48 Total confusion
52 Admission exams
53 With 65-Across, song that references “The Wizard of Oz”
55 Chase behind
59 Utterance at a gay rodeo
60 Name of many a gay bar
65 See 53-Across
68 Get in the sack
69 Playground retort
70 With mouth wide open
71 Vital team
72 Care for
73 Give the slip to

Down

1 Men on top, perhaps
2 Thomas ___ Edison
3 Rank Amelie Mauresmo, e.g.
4 Import duty
5 Put six feet under
6 Yokohama drama
7 Would-be master’s test
8 Cold War abbr.
9 Ode opener
10 Kahlo’s cohort
11 Drove away
12 Napoleon’s exile isle
13 Historic Stonewall event
14 Tools for woody targets
22 Metric starter
23 To be in Rimbaud’s arms
24 Time that goes either way
25 Morse’s shorts
26 U. of San Francisco, e.g.
27 Go down on a hill
28 Uninvited pool guests?
29 Hit the road
32 “Ring My Bell” singer Ward
33 Want thy neighbor’s ass, for example
34 Big jugs
36 Univ. title
37 “Getting to Know ___” (“The King and I”)
40 Boy played by Martin and Duncan
43 OCS grads
45 “The Name of the Rose” writer
46 College dept.
49 Lorca’s guy
50 Renee of “La Boheme”
51 Reed player
53 Shine, in ad-speak
54 Comics cry
55 Timothy Daly’s sister
56 Paper amount
57 Hit the ground
58 Trials and tribulations
61 Sea near the Caspian
62 ___ boy
63 Thailand neighbor
64 ” ___ of Seventeen”
66 Existed
67 Whisper sweet nothings

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