Quiz Crossword

The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT -

ACROSS

1 Tom, US hu­morist whose songs in­clude The Masochism Tango and The Old Dope Ped­dler (6) 4 Large game fish of warm and trop­i­cal seas that is also called a spearfish (6) 9 “The ... ... ”, John Duigan film star­ring Steve Coogan as Si­mon Gar­den (6,7) 10 Small loud­speaker de­signed to re­pro­duce high-pitched sounds in a hi-fi sys­tem (7) 11 Mu­si­cal in­struc­tion that a piece be per­formed slowly (5) 12 Nevil, au­thor of the novel A Town Like Alice (5) 14 Ale­jan­dro Gon­za­lez Iñar­ritu film star­ring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett (5) 18 Hen­rik, au­thor of the 1877 play The Pil­lars of So­ci­ety (5) 19 and 21 Christo­pher Guest film fea­tur­ing the di­rec­tor as Jay Ber­man (3,4,13) 21 See 19 22 1993 film thriller writ­ten and di­rected by Scott McGe­hee and David Siegel (6) 23 Muse of com­edy and pas­toral po­etry in Greek mythol­ogy (6)

DOWN

1 Fly­ing is­land in the Jonathan Swift novel Gul­liver’s Trav­els (6) 2 Tree whose nut is called a conker (5,8) 3 Port in Is­rael on the Gulf of Aqaba (5) 5 Plant of Europe and Asia that is also called lucerne (7) 6 1989 John Glen film star­ring Timothy Dal­ton as James Bond (7,2,4) 7 Ed­ward, ac­tor who por­trayed Nel­son Rock­e­feller in the film Frida (6) 8 See 16 13 Port in Morocco on the Strait of Gi­bral­tar (7) 15 The 12th sign of the zo­diac (6) 16 and 8 Martin Scors­ese film com­edy star­ring Grif­fin Dunne (5,5) 17 Muse of as­tron­omy in Greek mythol­ogy (6) 20 Euro­pean fresh­wa­ter fish, Ru­tilus ru­tilus (5)

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