NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD

ALL THE RIGHT MOVIES

Antelope Valley Press (Sunday) - - Puzzles - By Kris­tian House / Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Broods

6 “____ are the voy­ages of the star­ship En­ter­prise”

11 Long-billed wader

15 Idiosyn­crasies

19 Brownie in­gre­di­ent

20 Ac­tor Tom of “The Dukes of Haz­zard”

21 Indie singer/song­writer ____ Case

22 1980s U.S. Davis Cup team cap­tain

23 Your apart­ment-mate, if you don’t close the door be­fore show­er­ing?

26 Self-in­volved

27 Blend

28 Ex­pen­sive

29 Drum­stick

30 Gets better

31 Your wish, maybe, when a ram­bunc­tious ter­rier puppy is first brought home?

36 Brown­ing who di­rected “Drac­ula,” 1931

37 Draw a bead on

38 Bring in

39 Song­writ­ers’ org.

42 Lady friend, in Florence

44 Great ____

45 See 88-Across

48 So­prano ____ Te Kanawa

49 Gi­ant star

50 Tyran­nic sort?

54 O. Henry?

56 Time and Tide

57 Zap

58 Pres­i­dent pro ____

59 Gi­ant fly­ing tur­tle mon­ster of film

61 “What greater gift than the love of a ____”: Charles Dick­ens

62 But: Fr.

64 Not dig­i­tal

66 Hanker­ing

67 Monarch’s inits.

68 It can cause short­ness of breath

71 Sight at a glad­i­a­to­rial fight

72 Fluffy neck­wear

73 Chooses

75 Ac­tress Grier of “Jackie Brown”

76 Lo­ca­tion of Hephaes­tus’ forge

78 Spoil, as a pa­rade

80 On­line ref­er­ence about toi­lets?

82 Guys who pass out Hal­loween treats?

85 Green­house con­tain­ers 86 Some fút­bol cheers

87 Com­pletely dom­i­nate

88 With 45-Across, what was once the world’s fourth-largest in­land body of wa­ter

89 Atkins di­eters’ no-nos

91 Ra­pun­zel fea­ture

92 Walked over

93 ____ syrup (nat­u­ral sweet­ener)

95 Drum­mer Starkey

96 What out­siders think about the new hire?

103 Com­mon bait­fish

104 Ter­mi­nal guessti­mate, for short

105 Sta­tis­ti­cal tool for check­ing a hy­poth­e­sis

106 Be a stool pi­geon

109 “Mila 18” nov­el­ist

110 What the ex­hausted work­ing woman wears to bed?

114 Man-to-man al­ter­na­tive

115 Lav­ish soiree

116 Ruf­fian

117 Singer Mann

118 Drink fla­vorer

119 Stat­uette that weighs 6 pounds 12 1/2 ounces

120 Ac­cord­ing to

121 Be­come slick, in a way

DOWN

1 Grifter’s game

2 Raced

3 Place to learn lessons in Lyon

4 Dye on a deck

5 Spade said to be ex­cel­lent at dig­ging up dirt

6 Pip­squeak

7 Foot­ball Hall of Famer Long

8 Flop that’s one for the ages

9 Lech­er­ous

10 Or­di­nal suf­fix

11 Emu­late Edi­son

12 “Bor­ing” shade

13 1950s White House nick­name

14 Fe­male bad­ger

15 The Boar’s Head, in Shake­speare

16 Rus­sian artist Brod­sky, the first painter awarded the Or­der of Lenin

17 It turns a hot dog into a Texas hot dog

18 Pick up on

24 Prod­uct that had sales of more than 300,000 on its first day in 2010

25 Michi­gan col­lege 30 Bi­b­li­cal peak

32 Beat walker

33 Astrologer Syd­ney

34 Slowly eases (off)

35 An­drew ____, busi­ness­man-turned­politi­cian

39 Pointy-eared dog

40 Tor­nado warn­ing de­vice

41 Early hu­man

42 Early hu­man

43 Michael Lewis best­seller with the sub­ti­tle “The Art of Win­ning an Un­fair Game”

44 Got re­sults

45 Ed­i­tor’s stack of un­so­licited manuscript­s

46 Wapiti

47 All-vowel avowal

49 Pub­li­cist’s con­cern

51 Ger­man city near the Bel­gian bor­der

52 Tree knot

53 Text­book sec­tion

55 Bela Lu­gosi’s role in “The Ghost of Franken­stein”

56 Word be­fore bread or boat

60 Take care of, as a per­sis­tent squeak

62 Com­pu­ta­tion class in Cam­bridge

63 Part of APA: Abbr.

65 Truck­ful

69 Assem­bles

70 Out of whack

74 Fold-up beds

76 “Na­tions have their ____, just like in­di­vid­u­als”: James Joyce

77 Haul

78 Charles who wrote “The Clois­ter and the Hearth”

79 By­gone sis­ter lan­guage of Latin

81 Val­ued as­set for an em­ployee

83 What some sailors bring back

84 Throat prob­lem

85 Beau­tify

90 Gamers’ em­bod­i­ments

91 Whup

92 Ad­justable fea­ture of a

type­writer 93 Off

94 Egg on

95 Cousin of penne 96 Slime­ball

97 Painful sen­sa­tion 98 Machu Pic­chu or Pom­peii

99 King­dom

100 What’s left, in Paris

101 119-Across win­ner for both “Roots” and “Rich Man, Poor Man”

102 Won­der­land cake mes­sage

107 Stead

108 Me­dieval strong­hold

110 Go gray, say

111 Scene stealer

112 Cor­po­rate “aka”

113 Chicken, in a Chi­nese dish

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