tough crossword clues #41

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Actor Elliott of 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' (4 letters)
Zoroastrian spirit (4 letters)
'Gentleman Jim' portrayer (5 letters)
Lake Tanganyika discoverer John (5 letters)
1953 Mel Ferrer film (4 letters)
Sick, in St.-Lo (6 letters)
___ Granada (old Spanish colony in the Americas) (5 letters)
Chip of the PGA (4 letters)
Japan's ___ Bay (5 letters)
Piano virtuoso ___ Berman (5 letters)
Of the small intestine (5 letters)
Family in O'Neill dramas (7 letters)
'Semiramide' composer (7 letters)
Chichi ___, Japan (4 letters)
Cartoonist Lazarus (4 letters)
'Melrose Place' role (6 letters)
___ Bell (pen name of Emily Bronte) (5 letters)
Drambuie ingredient (6 letters)
'___ Blanca' (1976 hit) (6 letters)
'The Prisoner of ___' (5 letters)
Hardin-Simmons University site (7 letters)
Geometry's __ of Cassini (4 letters)
Jazz trumpeter Roy (8 letters)
Crazy, in Cannes (3 letters)
___-Spree Canal (4 letters)
Rodgers and Hart's 'Johnny ___' (7 letters)
At home, to Hadrian (4 letters)
'Ol' Rockin' ___' (1957 Ford album) (3 letters)
'Black Beauty' star Freeman (4 letters)
Suburb of Providence (8 letters)
__ family, which includes the citrus trees (3 letters)
Gwen in 'Damn Yankees' (4 letters)
Circus Hall of Fame site (8 letters)
1971 Peace Nobelist from Germany (6 letters)
Singer who appeared in 'The Longest Day' (4 letters)
Ballet's Markova or Alonso (6 letters)
'___, you noblest English!': 'Henry V' (4 letters)
Chicken dish (8 letters)
Woman in Pushkin's 'Eugene Onegin' (7 letters)
Writer Barthelme (6 letters)
Pullers of the chariot of Artemis (4 letters)
'A kingdom for ___': 'Henry V' (6 letters)
Bygone Buick (7 letters)
'The Girl with the Hatbox' star (4 letters)
'Ain't She Sweet?' composer (4 letters)
Rhoda's sister (6 letters)
Product once pitched by Grace Kelly (5 letters)
Fen ___ (meadow plant) (3 letters)
Actress Kayla of 'The Vampire Diaries' (5 letters)
1949 O'Brien part (6 letters)
Frequent Grand Slam commentator (7 letters)
Site of Tiberius's villa (5 letters)
Abbey Theater name (6 letters)
Pulitzer winner FitzGerald (7 letters)
'___ War' (Nick Stone book series) (5 letters)
'Mama Weer All Crazee Now' glam band (5 letters)
Newsman Garrick (5 letters)
Night-blooming cactus (6 letters)
Donahue of 'Father Knows Best' (6 letters)
Pelvic or of the hip (5 letters)
Scene of the ancient Pythian games (6 letters)
Phenomenon of paramnesia (6 letters)
Artist Alfred ___ (6 letters)
Renaissance painter Bruegel (6 letters)
'Skin Deep' star (6 letters)
Coveleski of Cooperstown (4 letters)
Title castle of book and film (5 letters)
1940s theater director James (4 letters)
Fleetwood Mac's 'Walk ___ Line' (5 letters)
'Lost in Yonkers' character (5 letters)
One of 'The Usual Suspects' of film (5 letters)
Outside of France? (4 letters)
Sgt. Preston's org. (4 letters)
1954 A.L. batting champ (5 letters)
'Little buddy' of 1960s TV (8 letters)
'The Three ___' (old ballad) (6 letters)
Hoopster Gilmore (5 letters)
Ancient town near Mt. Parnassus (6 letters)
'Pierrot Le ___' (1965 Jean-Luc Goddard film) (3 letters)
PageMaker maker that merged with Adobe (5 letters)
Black Michael's castle (5 letters)
The Rebels (7 letters)
Raphael's '___ Madonna' (7 letters)
He originated the line 'Bury my heart at Wounded Knee' (5 letters)
Capital city founded in 1050 (4 letters)
Cache in the Sierra Madre (6 letters)
Lamont __, aka The Shadow (8 letters)
'Amadeus' choreographer (5 letters)
The old man in 'The Old Man and the Sea' (8 letters)
Best Actor nominee of 1992 (3 letters)
Royal rival (5 letters)
'Would you not ___ breathed?': Shak. (6 letters)
Another name for Yamato (5 letters)
One of the hunters in 'The Deer Hunter' (4 letters)
'Dombey and Son' woman (5 letters)
Mil. E-4 to E-9 (4 letters)
Maurice Chevalier's theme song (4 letters)
'___ Satires & Epistles' (7 letters)
Japanese beer (7 letters)
'__ du tout' ('Don't mention it'): Fr. (3 letters)
'Rin Tin Tin' star of 1950s TV Lee (5 letters)
Battle of the Bulge locale (8 letters)
Singer Love of 1960s pop (7 letters)
1963 Martin Ritt film (3 letters)
Orwell's 'The Road to ___ Pier' (5 letters)
Gibson of the courts (6 letters)
Young salmon (6 letters)
Sen. Hollings (5 letters)
Captain E.J. Smith's command, with 'the' (7 letters)
Port in the Ille-et-Vilaine department (6 letters)
Pearl Bailey's middle name (3 letters)
TV pioneer John (5 letters)
Country singer Carter (5 letters)
'Walk, Don't Run' setting, 1966 (5 letters)
Actress ___ de Matteo of 'Joey' (4 letters)
Entertainer whose given names were Wladziu Valentino (8 letters)
Director Litvak (7 letters)
Humorist Shriner (3 letters)
First word in Connecticut's motto (3 letters)
Pataky of 'Snakes on a Plane' (4 letters)
Microphone inventor Berliner (5 letters)
Miss ___ (Uncle Remus character) (5 letters)
Precursor of Pascal (5 letters)
'__ Parkington' (Greer Garson film) (3 letters)
Flower war participant (5 letters)
Germann of 'Ally McBeal' (4 letters)
Thomas Moore ballad locale (4 letters)
'Hard Hearted Hannah' composer (4 letters)
Lifting device (8 letters)
1995 title character voiced by Christine Cavanaugh (4 letters)
Saavedra ___ (1936 Peace Nobelist) (5 letters)
__ Freleng, Pink Panther creator (4 letters)
'Little Caesar' character portrayed by Edward G. Robinson (4 letters)
Baby bateleur (6 letters)
'The Virginian' writer (6 letters)
'Zoolander' extras (6 letters)
Soul singer Adams (5 letters)
Actress Copley (4 letters)
Christian denom. that observes the Sabbath on a Saturday (3 letters)
1970s-80s Robert Urich series (5 letters)
Actress Corcoran of 'Bachelor Father' (6 letters)
Late pop singer Franchi (6 letters)
Former 'Beverly Hills 90210' role (6 letters)
Torah place marker (3 letters)
___ Palma (Argentine national born in Antarctica) (6 letters)
Singer Barry with the hit '1-2-3' (3 letters)
He coined the phrase, 'Harmony in discord' (6 letters)
A raft, in diner slang (5 letters)
Nevsky Cathedral location (5 letters)
Star of 'The Pickle' (6 letters)
'Atlantic Monthly' correspondent (7 letters)
Worm: Prefix (7 letters)
Pianist in the jazz band Return to Forever (5 letters)
___ Arden, Flash Gordon companion (4 letters)
Frank's 'Guys and Dolls' role (6 letters)
U.S. Treasurer Rosie (4 letters)
Barbizon painter Jules (5 letters)
Catholic Bible version (5 letters)
Doctor in a 1964 movie (3 letters)
Avant-garde filmmaker Maya ___ (5 letters)
Sheridan and others (4 letters)
Civil war guerrilla (6 letters)
Dutch Abstract Expressionist (5 letters)
City SSW of Cleveland (6 letters)
Colorful partridge (6 letters)
'Sense and Sensibility' heroine (6 letters)
'Merry Mount' composer (6 letters)
Oscar-winning film director Zinnemann (4 letters)
'Under Siege' star (6 letters)
Natty Bumppo's quarry (4 letters)
Guillotined French poet Andre de ___ (7 letters)
Musandam Peninsula nation (4 letters)
City served by Gimpo Airport (5 letters)
The Celtics' 'Hondo' (8 letters)
Transportation Secretary of the 1990s (4 letters)
Its capital is Dispur (5 letters)
Star in Perseus (5 letters)
Welland Canal outlet (4 letters)
Bright green (5 letters)
Bristol-Myers Squibb brand (5 letters)
Laddie, in Australia (4 letters)
Mittimus or mandamus (4 letters)
Capital on the Rideau Canal (6 letters)
Site of Florida's first golf course (8 letters)
Flaherty's 'Man of ___' (4 letters)
Fictional Chinese scientist (4 letters)
Julia of 'O' (6 letters)
Cult director Abel (7 letters)
Ludwig who wrote nine symphonies (5 letters)
Greek gulf or city (aka Ambracia) (4 letters)
Fencing movement (5 letters)
Paul of 'American Graffiti' (5 letters)
__ art (unsightly public sculpture) (4 letters)
It was azure-lidded, to Keats (5 letters)
Ada of 'Bleak House' (5 letters)
Site of a pivotal American Revolution battle (8 letters)
Violinist Camilla ___ (4 letters)
'Bernie & ___' (parody of a children's show on 'Family Guy') (4 letters)
'South Pacific' girl (4 letters)
Descendant of Esau (7 letters)

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