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Puzzle : August 11


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5 down Caprice ?

 

6 down The Ballad of Josie

 

19 down Curse of the Crimson Altar

 

24 down The Change of the Light Brigade

 

32 down The Anniversary

 

36 down Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell

 

37 down 5 Card Stud

 

8 across The Ambushers

 

18 across Bob & Ted & Carol & Alice ??

 

54 across Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

 

55 across 2001: A Space Odyssey ??

 

60 across Come Spy With Me

 

 

(Just an update Kid, #'s 39 & 40 down were answered Before your REMAINING CLUES List ) :)

 

Thank You :)

 

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Thank you :) and good morning!

 

Green = correct Red = incorrect

 

01 Across - Counterpoint

08 Across - The Ambushers

18 Across - Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

20 Across - Camelot

54 Across - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

55 Across - 2001: A Space Odyssey

60 Across - Come Spy with Me

 

05 Down - Caprice

06 Down - The Ballad of Josie

19 Down - Curse of the Crimson Altar

24 Down - The Charge of the Light Brigade

32 Down - The Anniversary

36 Down - Buona Sera, Mrs, Campbell

37 Down - 5 Card Stud

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*REMAINING CLUES*

 

*ACROSS*

 

*03* This film gets it's title from something kept on a desk in the co-star's

character's office

*07* A girl descends from space, has some good times, then returns to space

*14* From a foreign actor/director featured on TCM throughout July

*15* The opening credits have a curious touch; listing the cast not by appearance or

alphabetically, but by height

*22* His only color film, this is only one of two films he directed in which he did not play

a major role. And what a cast

*23* The working title was the same as a Rudyard Kipling poem. The final title is a partial

line from that poem

*25* A singer is offered a big break if he can seduce a beautiful woman - spending an

hour in her apartment

*31* A man and his boss's wife

*34* A man leaves the British Secret Service to work as a private investigator - he

receives a phone call

*38* Drawing heavily on the charm of the Victorian Era, changing fashions of the times made

it seem much older by the time it was released

*43* A mob guy chooses the wrong suit to bury a murdered courier's body in.

He must dig it up

*45* Our star glides around in a gold Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III convertible

*49* Sort of a Jeckyll & Hyde thing about an inventor

*50* Costume Drama - A long flashback..

*51* A British criminal mastermind plots to rob NATO

*56* Rising golf star tries to fix a match

*57* The star's last leading role and the final film of it's production company - Indians

are on the warpath as an army Captain escorts homesteaders to a place where they

can concentrate their defense

*58* An author dies suddenly from a heart attack. Attempting to attend his funeral are

his four best friends

*59* Animated short - The last bit of action is set to the final chord of

The Beatles' "A Day in the Life" played at half-speed

 

 

 

*DOWN*

 

 

*02* A secretary to a farm owner asks a Vietnam vet who's just been fired from that farm

to help her rob the safe of the farm's owner - in his house

*04* Deputy sheriff attempts to extradite a man suspected of murder. He is informed the

prisoner is recovering from an OD on LSD and must wait until doctors release him

*11* A British officer is assigned to an Austrian refugee camp.. acquiring a refugee

translator who helps him

*16* Roger Ebert has said.."This film, which was made so well, should not have

been made at all."

*17* Original title - Released in the U.S. two years after it's home country, on a nationwide

double-bill with Island of the Burning Damned

*21* Recently graduated from his seminary, he is excited to receive his first appointment

as Pastor of his own church

*27* Honest work doesn't.. work. It's back to the old ways

*28* The director's first choice to star in this film refused the part. The director believed the

actor was avoiding making another film due to his increasing weight and receding hairline

*41* A girl must leave her wild pet behind as her father's moving them to London

 

 

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*REMAINING CLUES*

 

*ACROSS*

 

*07* A girl descends from space, has some good times, then returns to space

*15* The opening credits have a curious touch; listing the cast not by appearance or

alphabetically, but by height

*22* His only color film, this is only one of two films he directed in which he did not play

a major role. And what a cast

*23* The working title was the same as a Rudyard Kipling poem. The final title is a partial

line from that poem

*25* A singer is offered a big break if he can seduce a beautiful woman - spending an

hour in her apartment

*31* A man and his boss's wife

*34* A man leaves the British Secret Service to work as a private investigator - he

receives a phone call

*38* Drawing heavily on the charm of the Victorian Era, changing fashions of the times made

it seem much older by the time it was released

*43* A mob guy chooses the wrong suit to bury a murdered courier's body in.

He must dig it up

*45* Our star glides around in a gold Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III convertible

*49* Sort of a Jeckyll & Hyde thing about an inventor

*51* A British criminal mastermind plots to rob NATO

*56* Rising golf star tries to fix a match

*59* Animated short - The last bit of action is set to the final chord of

The Beatles' "A Day in the Life" played at half-speed

 

 

 

*DOWN*

 

 

*02* A secretary to a farm owner asks a Vietnam vet who's just been fired from that farm

to help her rob the safe of the farm's owner - in his house

*04* Deputy sheriff attempts to extradite a man suspected of murder. He is informed the

prisoner is recovering from an OD on LSD and must wait until doctors release him

*11* A British officer is assigned to an Austrian refugee camp.. acquiring a refugee

translator who helps him

*16* Roger Ebert has said.."This film, which was made so well, should not have

been made at all."

*21* Recently graduated from his seminary, he is excited to receive his first appointment

as Pastor of his own church

*27* Honest work doesn't.. work. It's back to the old ways

*28* The director's first choice to star in this film refused the part. The director believed the

actor was avoiding making another film due to his increasing weight and receding hairline

*41* A girl must leave her wild pet behind as her father's moving them to London

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*REMAINING CLUES*

 

*ACROSS*

 

*07* A girl descends from space, has some good times, then returns to space

*15* The opening credits have a curious touch; listing the cast not by appearance or

alphabetically, but by height

*23* The working title was the same as a Rudyard Kipling poem. The final title is a partial

line from that poem

*25* A singer is offered a big break if he can seduce a beautiful woman - spending an

hour in her apartment

*31* A man and his boss's wife

*34* A man leaves the British Secret Service to work as a private investigator - he

receives a phone call

*38* Drawing heavily on the charm of the Victorian Era, changing fashions of the times made

it seem much older by the time it was released

*45* Our star glides around in a gold Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III convertible

*49* Sort of a Jeckyll & Hyde thing about an inventor

*51* A British criminal mastermind plots to rob NATO

*59* Animated short - The last bit of action is set to the final chord of

The Beatles' "A Day in the Life" played at half-speed

 

*DOWN*

 

*02* A secretary to a farm owner asks a Vietnam vet who's just been fired from that farm

to help her rob the safe of the farm's owner - in his house

*04* Deputy sheriff attempts to extradite a man suspected of murder. He is informed the

prisoner is recovering from an OD on LSD and must wait until doctors release him

*11* A British officer is assigned to an Austrian refugee camp.. acquiring a refugee

translator who helps him

*28* The director's first choice to star in this film refused the part. The director believed the

actor was avoiding making another film due to his increasing weight and receding hairline

*41* A girl must leave her wild pet behind as her father's moving them to London

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