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  1. 1.Rob ___, actor, director and producer whose directing credits include When Harry Met Sally..., The Princess Bride and This Is Spinal Tap
  2. 2.Town in France that was the scene of a 1917 battle in which massed tanks were first used
  3. 3.1941 novel by Alberto Moravia that was banned by the Italian Fascist regime
  4. 4.1993 Adrian Lyne film starring Robert Redford, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson
  5. 5.The oldest Greek colony in Italy, founded about 750 BC near Naples
  6. 6.George Bushs first White House Chief of Staff, serving from 1989 to 1991
  7. 7.An insect of the orthopterous family Gryllidae
  8. 8.A crisp lustrous plain-weave fabric used for ball gowns, wedding dresses and soft furnishings
  9. 9.A herbaceous plant such as Atriplex hortensis, which has greyish-green lobed leaves and inconspicuous flowers
  10. 10.French actor whose American films included Algiers, Love Affair and Gaslight
  11. 11.The garden in Jerusalem where Christ was betrayed on the night before his Crucifixion
  12. 12.City in Apulia, Italy, that was the seat of Emperor Frederick II
  13. 13.The fifth book of the Old Testament
  14. 14.See 25
  15. 15.Unofficial title used for the wife of the President of the United States
  16. 16.Paolo ___, Italian painter of the Renaissance born Paolo Caliari
  17. 17.See 15
  18. 18.African country whose capital is Cairo
  19. 19.A steeplechase usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
  20. 20.A medium-sized loaf that is glazed and notched on top
  21. 21.Original title given by Beethoven to his opera Fidelio
  22. 22.Singer-songwriter and composer whose albums include Poses and Release the Stars
  23. 23.Gordon ___, character played by Michael Douglas in the 1987 film Wall Street and its 2010 sequel
  24. 24.In baseball, a player who bats in place of the pitcher
  25. 25.The capital of Kenya
  26. 26.River that rises in County Cavan and flows to Donegal Bay
  27. 27.City in Sacramento County, California, best known for its prison, made famous by concerts performed there by Johnny Cash
  28. 28.Dr Seuss character played by Jim Carrey in a 2000 film
  29. 29.A crossbred hunting dog, usually a greyhound crossed with a collie
  30. 30.Term for a rower at Eton
  31. 31.German river that empties into the North Sea at Bremerhaven
  32. 32.1719 novel by Daniel Defoe influenced by the life of Alexander Selkirk
  33. 33.1977 single and album by David Bowie
  34. 34.Prominent and influential Greek statesman, orator and general of Athens during the Golden Age, subject of a play written at least in part by William Shakespeare
  35. 35.A stable, positively charged elementary particle
  36. 36.US TV crime drama series that starred William Conrad as prosecutor J L McCabe
  37. 37.Parrot of Australia and New Guinea with an erectile crest
  38. 38.Another name for the edible mushroom Coprinopsis atramentaria
  39. 39.Genus of grasses with about 30 species cultivated for grain, hay and as a source of syrup
  40. 40.An instrument for varying an electric resistance
  41. 41.A sheep that leads the herd
  42. 42.Song by Bob Dylan, from his 1970 album New Morning, that gave Olivia Newton-John a hit single in the UK in 1971
  43. 43.One of Alexandre Dumas Three Musketeers, along with Porthos and Aramis
  44. 44.Band featuring Midge Ure that had a UK number one single in 1976 with Forever and Ever
  45. 45.Market town in Scotland on the River Lossie that is the administrative centre of Moray
  46. 46.A plant with leaves divided into three leaflets
  47. 47.Knighted English theatre, film and television director whose wives have included actresses Janet Suzman and Imogen Stubbs
  48. 48.Egon ___, painter and draughtsman who was a leading exponent of Austrian expressionism
  49. 49.David ___, the main character and narrator in Robert Louis Stevensons books Kidnapped and Catriona
  50. 50.2005 film starring Will Smith in the title role
  51. 51.A lightly armed escort warship
  52. 52.Constellation whose brightest star is Altair
  53. 53.1939 western in which Marlene Dietrich performs the song See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have
  54. 54.Song by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn sung by Doris Day in her film debut, Romance on the High Seas, and which later became the theme song of her Hollywood radio series
  55. 55.1973 play by Peter Shaffer about a young man who has a pathological fascination with horses
  56. 56.Movement in the final act of Aram Khachaturians 1942 ballet Gayane that gave Love Sculpture a hit single in the UK in 1968
  57. 57.1881 play by Henrik Ibsen whose original Danish title is Gengangere
  58. 58.Henry ___, German-born US academic and diplomat who shared the Nobel peace prize in 1973