Zany Brain

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Zany Brain


Kahn, David J., Moment


ACROSS

1 Eritrea's capital

7 iPhone downloads

11 N.B.A. player at Conseco Fieldhouse

16 Not despair

17 "I, Claudius" role

18 "__Mia"

19 One of 12 Tony awards for The Producers

21 Blazing Saddles, for one

22 Yadda yadda yadda, briefly

22 Supermodel from Somalia

24 Word with bus or pit

25 1974 comedy featuring.Marty Feldman as Igor

32 Fudge maker?

33 Thick cut

34 MGM rival, once

35"We couldn't own__, so prizefighting and comedy were open to us." (61-Across quote)

40 Like hair on aging heads, maybe

42 Annapolis org.

43 Last call?

45 Draw

46 Classic comedy persona of 61 -Across

54 Where future Lts. train

55 Caen's river

56 Spanish bear

57 Stork's delivery

61 One of the few to win an Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy ... and this puzzle's honoree

65 TV E.T.

66 Youngsters

68 It's a long story

69 With 79-Across, 1981 comedy with the catch phrase "It's good to be the king"

76 What we have

77 Taxi rider

78 "__got it!"

79 See 69-Across

81 1976 comedy in which die only spoken line is "No!"

85 First name in cosmetics

86 Just

87 It's a long story

88 Church areas

89 Thomas Hardy heroine

90 Some New Zealanders

DOWN

1 Westminster, e.g.

2 Take care of

3 Virile

4 Works on a wall?

5 Pirate's potable

6 "The Simpsons" storekeeper

7 Real inner self, to Jung

8 Pie choice

9 Fraternity fun

10 Fifth in a certain series

11 Guarantees, in a way

12 In __ (exposed to trouble)

13 Barrel makers

14 "Evil Woman" grp. …

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