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The Washington Post Sunday - - MOVIE DIRECTORY - FAIR GAME BY EVAN BIRNHOLZ

ACROSS 1 City where Cas­tro died 7 Im­age re­ceiver 13 Makes a dash for 19 “Be right with you” 20 Some dis­si­dents 21 Ever­green in the cypress fam­ily 22 “Ladies and gen­tle­men! Step right up and try your hand at ___, a game where you punt a pail as far as you can!” 24 Per­fect 25 Sopho­cles char­ac­ter? 26 Ren­der im­per­fect 27 Jackie Robin­son’s sch. 29 1 Across coin 30 Coun­selor’s work site 34 “... ___. You’ll have a blast chomp­ing down on this piece of ammo!” 39 Wal­ters im­per­son­ator on SNL dur­ing the ’90s 41 Chaotic scuf­fle 42 “___ you awake?” 43 “... ___. It’s our most dan­ger­ous game, and this fierce fish is ready to strike. Only our most ac­ro­batic con­tes­tants will sur­vive!” 47 Cap­i­tal of Latvia 49 An­tismok­ing ad, e.g. 52 Like lit­tle queens 53 Ath­lete’s down time? 54 Quar­tet in brack­ets 56 Got the gold 57 Func­tions 58 Di­rec­tion of the Ama­zon’s flow 59 Squeezes (out) 60 Crime boss’s bane 63 “... ___. It’s open sea­son on ze­phyrs, so fire away!” 68 Dan­gle limply 70 Three-pointer’s path 71 King’s place 72 “... ___. Hide this cut­ting tool as far down as you can, and you may get a prize!” 78 Col­lect on a sur­face 81 Bar of­fer­ings 82 Huge quan­ti­ties 83 ___ rage 85 Peeples on TV 86 An­droid-based pro­gram

that de­buted in 2016 89 Offspring 91 “The Catcher in the Rye” emo­tion 93 “___ Misérables” 94 “Buy It Now” web­site 95 “... ___. Do you like to pre­pare rice prod­ucts for din­ner? In this game, you might pre­pare Anne Rice prod­ucts for din­ner!” 97 Ernie on many cour­ses 98 Emmy-win­ning role for Bea 100 “The Sims” set­tings 101 “... ___. It’s easy to play: Just tip over cans of chili in­gre­di­ents and let grav­ity do its thing!” 106 Men­tioned 110 Bum­ble Bee fish 111 “Mazes and Mon­sters” author Jaffe 112 Let­ters on some ships 114 Ear­lier 115 Dug some­thing big-time 117 “... ___. Never has mov­ing din­ing room fur­ni­ture been this fun!” 124 Dec­o­ra­tive mold­ing 125 “Let’s hear more!” 126 Go by 127 Crim­i­nal law con­cept 128 Steven of “Machete” 129 Dark pe­ri­ods DOWN 1 En­joyed the out­doors, in a way 2 “An­gel” singer Baker 3 Time off of work, in slang 4 Grill 5 Rink tar­get 6 In­ter­laken in­ter­jec­tion 7 Old WB sit­com 8 Af­flu­ent out­ly­ing area 9 Ner­vous ___ 10 Kind 11 Born, in Brest 12 Per­cep­tive 13 Veg­etable soup in­gre­di­ent, per­haps 14 Num­bers game 15 Pierc­ing spot, at times 16 Sales pre­sen­ta­tion 17 Play­fully pester 18 “... un­less I’m wrong” 21 Song­writer Styne 23 Cer­tain ruler 28 Trea­sure 31 Club in a Manilow hit 32 Let­ter abbr. 33 “I’ve seen bet­ter” 35 One teach­ing oth­ers about za­kat 36 Xfin­ity Cen­ter ath­lete 37 Yel­low­stone bu­gler 38 Rus­sian range 40 Beach spots 43 Bench­ley best­seller 44 “___ fur­ther re­view ...” 45 It has a high hem­line 46 “Stop whin­ing!” 48 En­tomb 49 Pop­u­lar game in­volv­ing walks and catches 50 Port Said canal 51 Seat in a Bri­tish pub? 54 Cer­tain macronu­tri­ent 55 Knows some­how 57 “This looks real bad” 58 Leave a mark, in a way 61 Soap opera ren­dezvous 62 Bed in a bivouac 64 Filly fare 65 Tolkienian bad­die 66 Rosary unit 67 “Gnarly!” rel­a­tive 69 An­cient Jor­da­nian city 72 Lament loudly 73 Film bee­keeper whose name be­comes a more com­mon name with­out the first let­ter 74 Fathers, e.g. 75 “This mat­ters ... why?” 76 Jour­nal­ist Lar­son 77 Crown set­ting 79 Ac­tu­ar­ial sci­ence topic 80 Sin­gles clubs? 84 Not out­sourced 87 “In that case ...” 88 Im­pede 89 Squirt, e.g. 90 Joel or Ethan on a set 91 Help on a heist 92 Pierc­ing spot, at times 95 Pool tool 96 Am­bu­lance fig. 97 “Se­in­feld” copy ed­i­tor 99 Sub­sides 101 “Step by Step” ac­tress Keanan 102 Don 103 Not reactive 104 Ex­hibit op­ti­mism 105 Kama ___ 107 “When I grow up, I wanna be a prin­ci­pal or a cater­pil­lar” speaker on “The Simp­sons” 108 Ex­pel, anatomically 109 Phar­macy al­lot­ments 113 “Hug O’ War” author Sil­ver­stein 116 Solder in­gre­di­ent 118 Ar­ti­cle in Le Monde 119 HDTV maker 120 Christ­mas party drink 121 What X might mean 122 Fore­man ri­val 123 Grab ___

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