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  1. 1.1989 Joe Dante film starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern and Carrie Fisher
  2. 2.Pop group that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
  3. 3.Moving mechanical devices made in imitation of human beings
  4. 4.The administrative centre of Kent, on the River Medway
  5. 5.1972 chart-topping single by Rod Stewart
  6. 6.Novel by Louisa May Alcott originally published in two volumes in 1868 and 1869
  7. 7.1984 novel by J G Ballard that draws extensively on his experiences in World War II
  8. 8.A rough heavy mass of solidified lava containing many cavities
  9. 9.Abbreviation for a unique numeric commercial book identifier created in 1966
  10. 10.The capital of the former province of West Pakistan
  11. 11.Dame Evelyn ___, Scottish virtuoso percussionist who has been profoundly deaf since the age of 12
  12. 12.Empress of France as wife of Napoleon Bonaparte from 1796 to 1809
  13. 13.Framework formerly worn by women to expand a skirt
  14. 14.Roman historian whose works include a biography of his father-in-law Agricola
  15. 15.1924 adventure novel by P C Wren featuring the French Foreign Legion
  16. 16.Final prayers and ministrations given shortly before death
  17. 17.State of Germany whose capital is Stuttgart
  18. 18.Dog puppet associated with Bob Carolgees
  19. 19.German name for the River Morava
  20. 20.Republic in Central America whose currency was the colón, divided into 100 centavos, between 1892 and 2001
  21. 21.John ___, actor whose films include Rosemarys Baby and The Dirty Dozen
  22. 22.1979 chart-topping single by The Police
  23. 23.Anna ___, agony aunt who co-wrote the TV series Agony, starring Maureen Lipman
  24. 24.Abdullah ___, South African pianist and composer formerly known as Dollar Brand
  25. 25.Site of a US naval base in Cuba at which a detention camp was established in January 2002
  26. 26.Small, faint constellation between Cygnus and Andromeda whose name is Latin for Lizard
  27. 27.Landmark building in London between The Mall and Trafalgar Square
  28. 28.1998 film starring Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush
  29. 29.Edmondo ___, head coach of the Italian football team that lost to North Korea at the 1966 World Cup
  30. 30.The largest city in Washington
  31. 31.See 32
  32. 32.Market town in Monmouthshire whose name derives from the Brythonic word Gobannia
  33. 33.Denmarks chief fishing port, on the North Sea in Jutland
  34. 34.The Zoroastrian priests of the ancient Medes and Persians
  35. 35.Market town in South Gloucestershire that was a UK Parliament constituency from 1885 to 1950
  36. 36.English philosopher regarded as the founder of utilitarianism
  37. 37.The Plantagenet kings of England, especially those who were also counts of Anjou
  38. 38.Metallic element with the chemical symbol Pb
  39. 39.1996 Barry Levinson film starring Kevin Bacon, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Patric and Brad Pitt
  40. 40.Useful product known as Saran wrap in North America and glad wrap in Australia and New Zealand
  41. 41.A centrifugal compressor which boosts the intake pressure of an internal-combustion engine
  42. 42.Portuguese resort whose motor racing circuit was formerly used for Formula One races
  43. 43.The chief coalmining and industrial region of Germany
  44. 44.American athlete who broke Bob Beamons 22-year-old long jump world record by 5cm at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo
  45. 45.Dog breed banned in the UK by the 1991 Dangerous Dogs Act
  46. 46.Barry ___, Republican Party nominee who lost the 1964 presidential election to Lyndon B Johnson
  47. 47.Raven in Charles Dickens novel Barnaby Rudge
  48. 48.13th-century queen of Scotland called the Maid of Norway
  49. 49.River in South Wales that flows from the western Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel at Swansea
  50. 50.American actress whose roles include Trudy Campbell in Mad Men
  51. 51.Double-reed treble woodwind instrument with a penetrating tone
  52. 52.The capital of Togo
  53. 53.English comedienne, actress and writer who played Donna Noble in Doctor Who
  54. 54.The first ten amendments to the US Constitution, added in 1791, which guarantee the liberty of the individual